Cosmopolitan people, Americans radiate genuine hospitality; reflected in the high standards of service to be found throughout the nation.
First-time visitors will be astounded by the overwhelming diversity of cultures, landscapes and history that makes America the most fascinating single nation on earth. From strident East Coast to laid-back West; the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon to the artificial wonder of Las Vegas, this is a land of great contrasts.
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Glamorous Los Angeles and picturesque San Francisco are delights anytime. Drive between the two on Pacific Coast Highway for stunning panoramic views over Big Sur.
Experience the fantasy of neon-lit Las Vegas or Orlando’s spectacular theme parks. Linger with movie moguls on a Californian beach or join the privileged few in Florida’s smart resorts.
Visit New York – the city that never sleeps, a culturally diverse destination featuring such global landmarks as the Empire State Building and Central Park.
With 3,000 miles separating the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, the right weather can always be found. When snow falls on the Rockies, sun-seekers flock to Florida beaches or the Arizona desert. California enjoys a Mediterranean climate while the big eastern cities adapt easily to the changing seasons; ice skating in the plaza or picnics in the park. Visit New England in the summer or ‘fall’ when the hardwood trees turn from red to gold. Or Arizona, when spring flowers carpet the desert in winter.
Travel Authorisation for USA
In order to enter the United States it is now mandatory for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme to obtain prior authorisation a minimum of 72 hours before departure, however Seasons in Style recommend that this is done at your earliest opportunity.
To make your application or for further information please visit the official US Government website. Details can also be obtained by accessing the “Health, Visa & Travel Advice” section to the left.