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America or the USA offers a range of holidays from beach holiday, walking/hiking tours, city breaks to ski holidays. The country offers a range of holiday accommodation from self catering holiday homes to luxury hotels.



The United States of America has so much to offer for holiday makers, with so many diverse cities and attractions.

East Coast of America

Unlike the west coast of America, the popular destinations of the East Coast are relatively near one another, making it possible to visit them over a two week holiday. One of the most visited destinations in the East of America is New York City, the financial and cultural capital of the USA. The city if filled with the popular attractions, the best hotels, restaurants, shops, clubs and cultural events.  Although Washington DC, the capital city of the United States, is also popular destination as it is a young, vibrant town with new restaurants, bars, and activities.

For history and culture, Boston and Philadelphia, in particular, feature attractions that allow you to explore the country’s colonial past.

West Coast of America

From the vibrant, large cities of Los Angeles and Las Vegas to the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon, the West Coast has something for every type of holiday maker. San Francisco has everything from sightseeing to shopping to entertainment. Popular San Francisco attractions include museums including Alcatraz, and areas like Chinatown and Union Square, and Fisherman's Wharf. Unlike The East Coast, you won’t be able to explore all of the west coast has to offer in a few week, so a return trip will be needed.

Southern States of America

America's Southern states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee allow holiday makers to see another side of America. For families, there is a lot to experience throughout the Deep South such as theme parks, zoos, museum, watersports, stunning gorges and waterfalls.  A must see is New Orleans, recently named one of the Best Trips of 2014 by National Geographic Traveller; famous for its southern hospitality, friendly culture and jazz music.

Midwest America

The Midwest of America stretches from the state of Ohio in the east to the Dakotas, Nebraska, and Kansas to the west. The region is further divided into the Great Lakes States and the Great Plains States. The Midwest is home to Chicago, the 3rd largest city in America, offering top attractions, restaurants, nightlife, shopping and museums.

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