The US is one such country, which has the most influence of the remaining part of the world. It comprises 55 states, and a federal district. North America is surrounded by Canada to the north, and the Mexico in the south. America has different territories; distinguished among them are Caribbean islands, and Hawaii.
The US offers ample of things to do for the British Tourists; several people take on the road trip traversing the enormous country; some favour the Miami beaches, other attractions are Hollywood in California, and New York in west coast. There is also Florida offering the Disneyland, which is very much liked by UK tourists. The variety offered by US makes it a wonderful destination for British people to visit, as their currency is generally much strong than dollar.
There are many locations from where you can fly to reach US. Flights are available from cities like Manchester, Birmingham, Heathrow, and Gatwick. Airlines which fly to US are Air Canada, Lufthansa lights, Aer Lingus, British Airways, Jet Airways, Emirates, SAS, Olympic, Finnair, American Airlines, virgin Atlantic, United flights, and many more.
There are specific areas which have regular flights than other places. Destinations like Los Angeles and New York are popular and thus the flight costs less too. USA is much in popularity during summer holidays; but cities like New York is much popular even in January. You can easily get into the continent with a valid UK passport though you must keep in mind that US customs are strict with the customs checks.
US weather varies a lot due to its size. In the northern part of the country, the winters are quite cold and icy. The sunnier states are located in the south of US, and the climate hardly ever goes below freezing. Usually, the summer months are hot, even though some cities such as Washington, Oregon, and Seattle get rains. The most reasonable states are located in pacific North West, while the eastern and southern coasts get pollution and smog.
If you are interested in sightseeing, then you must head for some remarkable sites such as Grand Canyon National Park, located in the Rockies, close to Phoenix, Arizona. If you enjoy hiking, then visit the Glacier National Park, Montana.
If you love the glitz and glamour, then make sure you go to Los Angeles where you can visit Mans Chinese Theatre and see the start studded walk, you may even seem some stars along the way! There are also some great museums in Los Angeles like The Getty Museums and MOCA. Disneyland is just 25 miles out of Los Angeles as is The Six Flags of the Magic Mountain which has some real thrill seeker rollercoaster?s. There is New York, which has plenty of shopping and sites such as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.