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North America
America and Carribbean

West Coast

The West Coast of the USA is enormously diverse and full of incredible natural beauty. In addition to visiting the big and iconic cities (Los Angeles, San Francisco or Las Vegas), the strong point is to get to know some of the best natural works such as the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and the Sequoia, Yosemite and Yosemite National Parks. Arches.

New York

It is very likely that, if you think of the United States, images of New York City such as the famous Statue of Liberty, the Empire State, Manhattan or Central Park immediately come to mind. New York is one of the most emblematic and famous cities in the US that fascinates for its architecture and the incredible mix of cultures.


 Florida is the most visited state in the United States. Known as “The Sunshine State,” it became a popular winter destination for people who like warm climates more than a century ago. Tourists have long been drawn to Florida for its white-sand beaches and unique, diverse cities. Since the mid-20th century, world-class theme parks and attractions (Disney, Universal Studios, NASA) have also become a major draw.