USA Travel Guide
Yes, I’m America. So yes, I’m biased. But I think America is a place everyone needs to explore. The USA is a truly diverse mix of cultures, climates, and scenery. From the sunny shores of Florida to the sprawling vineyards of California to the cosmopolitan city life of New York, every state has something to offer.
There is an incredible experience to please anyone’s taste. You can treat yourself to high-end restaurants or tropical resorts. You can embark on a snowy adventure or experience the beauty of America’s wilderness in one of its many national parks.
Language: Although there is no official language, English is widely spoken across the USA.
Currency: The official currency of the USA is the US dollar (USD).
Plugs: The USA uses type A and B plugs. The standard voltage is 120 V, and the standard frequency is 60 Hz. If you’re a foreign traveler, I recommend buying a universal adapter and a converter for hairdryers and other hot products.
Safety: The USA is mostly safe, but keep your wits about you to avoid theft or other issues.
The Best time to visit
Given how large the USA is, there is no bad time to visit. It all depends on where you want to go and what you want to do on your vacation. Just be aware of some busy travel periods when flights and hotels are more expensive. The winter holidays (late November to January) and Spring Break (mid to late March) are very busy seasons. Summer is also a popular time for tourism, but it is also the perfect time to hit the beach.