Overview

Explore wide open spaces and unforgettable landscapes, experience cities packed full of cuisines, cultures and art, and visit some of the world’s most famous landmarks.

As the first port of call for many, the Northeast delivers the best of the States – fast-paced mega cities, amazing historical monuments and surprisingly unspoiled mountains, forests and beaches. Old world courtesy and hospitality go hand in hand in the Southeast, where beautiful scenery and poignant reminders of this country’s history can be found in everywhere.


The friendly towns and cities of the Midwest offer Americana at its best - mixed with big skies, mighty rivers, thousands of lakes and welcoming smiles as wide as the endless prairies. Through art, food and architecture the Southwest proudly displays its Native American and Hispanic influences, while it's cities and towns provide an eclectic mix of the 21st Century and this region’s fascinating and turbulent past.


Epitomising the spirit of America, the West with its wide open spaces and rugged landscape is home to the hardworking cowboy. Yet in contrast to this land of outdoor adventures, the 24-hour entertainment capital of the world - Las Vegas - sits at its heart.


Sitting between dramatic mountain ranges and the world’s largest ocean, the Pacific region is home to diverse cultures, innovative cuisine and lively yet laid-back cities are all within a stone’s throw of the great outdoors – perfect for kayaking, sailing, skiing and hiking.


There’s something for everyone in the USA.

Highlights

The USA is the land of opportunity. There’s so much to see and do that it’s impossible to fit it all into one trip - visitors truly are spoiled for choice.

Washington, DC - Monumental and Inspirational

Iconic attractions and authentic neighbourhoods, Washington, DC has it all!

Its world-class (and often free) museums are complemented by a year long programme of events and a superb mix of shops, restaurant and bars.

Wide green spaces, the Potomac River, the Smithsonian museums, the Zoo and lots of activities for kids of all ages all contribute to Washington, DC's reputation as a great family holiday destination .

Trendy beaches in Florida

From the trendy nightlife of South Beach, the colourful Art Deco district and the bustle of Calle Ocho to the plush hotels of Miami Beach, historic hideaways of Coral Gables and seemingly endless shopping opportunities, it’s easy to see why Miami is one of Florida’s, and the world’s, most popular holiday destinations. Further along the coast, Fort Lauderdale boasts beautiful beaches, a historic riverfront and a fantastic arts scene.

The Big Apple

New York City is packed full of ‘bucket list’ items - crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, strolling through Central Park, taking in the view from the Top of the Rock or getting an up close look at the Statue of Liberty.

Viva Las Vegas

The world famous Las Vegas strip is a hypnotic collection of luxurious hotels, big-budget stage shows, celebrity chef restaurants, never ending parties and of course...casinos! Don’t miss the dancing fountains at The Bellagio or a 360 degree view of the city from the revolving Top of the World restaurant.

When to visit

With such varied terrains and climates, the perfect time to visit varies between states - and even within the state. However, attractions are generally less busy and the weather is usually most pleasant in spring and autumn.