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The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance and culture center, and capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is known for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles' Hollywood is famed for filmmaking. Las Vegas is the gambling and entertainment mecca; New Orleans is famous for jazz and Mardi Gras; Boston features American Revolution sites; New Orleans is famous for jazz and Mardi Gras; Boston features American Revolution sites; San Francisco is home to the Golden Gate Bridge; and Orlando hosts Walt Disney World. California’s coastline is lined with beaches, while the Rocky Mountains are packed with ski resorts. Yellowstone’s geysers, Yosemite’s towering waterfalls, and the vast Grand Canyon are national park highlights. Foods, as varied as the weather, include iconic hamburgers, New York pizza, Texas barbecue, New England seafood, and Philadelphia cheesesteaks.

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The U.S. mainland has two peak travel seasons: Jun–Sep (in the north) and Nov–Mar (in the south). Weather varies, with extremes like snowy northern winters and hot, humid summers in the south. Popular events include the Super Bowl football championship (Feb), the Daytona 500 NASCAR race (Florida, Feb), New Orleans Mardi Gras (Feb/Mar), the Boston Marathon (Apr), the Kentucky Derby horse race (May), the Indianapolis 500 auto race (May), the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade (New York), and New Year’s Eve in Times Square (New York).

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Best hotels in USA

There are 209205 hotel rooms in United States located in 8105 cities. The largest amount of hotels in United States is located in Davenport: 6266 out of 209205. Cheap hotel rates here start from $21 while booking a room in the most expensive hotel in United States will cost you $1 142. However there is a selection of up to 29 hotels with cheap rates even in such small towns as King City or Bisbee: average price per room here starts from $24.

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25 Best Places to Visit in the USA

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We compares prices for airline tickets to United States with 728 airlines from all over the world. We do not sell airline tickets ourselves, but you can use our service to find the lowest prices and special offers with no additional fees or mark-ups. Find the cheapest flights to United States with Jetradar. The population of United States is 310,232,000. The official currency is Us dollars (USD).

With all the different types of landscapes across the country, there really isn’t a bad view in the U.S. You’ll find mountain ranges, rolling hills, desert cactus, and beaches. There are sunset skies, vibrant greenery, and clear blue waters. No matter where you go in the USA, there is a postcard-worthy view that you’ll want to capture as the backdrop for your next selfie. It’s hard not to stand in awe and just marvel at America.


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State capitals and largest cities in the United States

State capitals are often centrally located in a state. But as you can see below, the largest city is not always the capital.

Alabama State Capital: Montgomery and Largest City: BirminghamAlaska State Capital: Juneau and Largest City: Anchorage Arizona  State Capital and Largest City: Phoenix Arkansas State Capital and Largest City: Little Rock California State Capital: Sacramento and Largest City: Los Angeles Colorado State Capital and Largest City: DenverConnecticut State Capital: Hartford and Largest City: Bridgeport Delaware State Capital: Dover and Largest City: Wilmington Florida State Capital: Tallahassee and Largest City: Jacksonville Georgia State Capital and Largest City: Atlanta Hawaii State Capital and Largest City: Honolulu Idaho State Capital and Largest City: Boise Illinois State Capital: Springfield and Largest City: Chicago Indiana State Capital and Largest City: Indianapolis Iowa State Capital and Largest City: Des Moines Kansas State Capital: Topeka and Largest City: Wichita Kentucky State Capital: Frankfort and Largest City: Louisville Louisiana State Capital: Baton Rouge and Largest City: New Orleans Maine State Capital: Augusta and Largest City: Portland Maryland State Capital: Annapolis and Largest City: Baltimore Massachusetts State Capital and Largest City: Boston Michigan State Capital: Lansing and Largest City: Detroit Minnesota State Capital: St. Paul and Largest City: Minneapolis Mississippi State Capital and Largest City: Jackson Missouri State Capital: Jefferson City and Largest City: Kansas City Montana State Capital: Helena and Largest City: Billings Nebraska State Capital: Lincoln and Largest City: Omaha Nevada State Capital: Carson City and Largest City: Las Vegas New Hampshire State Capital: Concord and Largest City: Manchester New Jersey State Capital: Trenton and Largest City: Newark New Mexico State Capital: Santa Fe and Largest City: Albuquerque New York State Capital: Albany and Largest City: New York City North Carolina State Capital: Raleigh and Largest City: Charlotte North Dakota State Capital: Bismarck and Largest City: Fargo Ohio State Capital and Largest City: Columbus Oklahoma State Capital and Largest City: Oklahoma City Oregon State Capital: Salem and Largest City: Portland Pennsylvania State Capital: Harrisburg and Largest City: Philadelphia Rhode Island State Capital and Largest City: Providence South Carolina State Capital and Largest City: Columbia South Dakota State Capital: Pierre and Largest City: Sioux Falls Tennessee State Capital: Nashville and Largest City: Memphis Texas State Capital: Austin and Largest City: Houston Utah State Capital and Largest City: Salt Lake City Vermont State Capital: Montpelier and Largest City: Burlington Virginia State Capital: Richmond and Largest City: Virginia Beach Washington State Capital: Olympia and Largest City: Seattle West Virginia State Capital and Largest City: Charleston Wisconsin State Capital: Madison and Largest City: Milwaukee Wyoming State Capital and Largest City: Cheyenne

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