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Number of flights per week61
Top destinationsNew York
Most popular airlineTurkish Airlines
Most popular airportJohn F. Kennedy Intl. Airport

About United States Of America

The United States, commonly known as the USA, is a vast country located in North America. It is a federal constitutional republic with a rich history dating back to the 11th century.
The capital of the United States is Washington, D.C., and the most widely spoken national language is English. With a population of nearly 330 million, the country mainly consists of citizens of European descent and Mexican and Latin American immigrants. The United States shares its borders with Mexico to the south and Canada to the north.
Often referred to as the "land of freedoms" worldwide, the United States has been one of the most significant destinations for immigrants throughout history, especially from Europe and South America.
Due to its vast expanse, the United States experiences a diverse range of climate types. While northern states like New York, Boston, and Atlanta may see snow, the southernmost states like Florida offer beachside sunbathing. The climate ranges from tropical in the northeastern states close to the Gulf of Mexico to continental in the inland regions, and even much colder in Alaska.
Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, the United States also includes Hawaii, located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, approximately 3,200 kilometers from the mainland. Alaska, located in the northeast of Canada, is the largest state in terms of land area. The U.S. Dollar, which is widely accepted globally, serves as the country's currency.
The United States attracts numerous tourists annually, with some of its most visited cities including New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Orlando, Miami, and Las Vegas. In New York, renowned for its towering skyscrapers and its role as a prominent cultural, artistic, and financial hub, you can see the iconic Statue of Liberty, accessible by boats departing from the coast. The city also offers Broadway, a global center for famous theaters and shows, as well as trendy neighborhoods like Soho filled with chic cafes and shops. Central Park, one of the world's largest city parks, located right in the heart of Manhattan, is another must-see attraction in the city.
In San Francisco, a major city on the west coast of the country, you can explore the heart of the tech world known as Silicon Valley and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. In other U.S. cities, such as Orlando, you can enjoy amusement parks, try your luck in Las Vegas casinos, or enjoy the ocean and various water sports in Miami.
No matter when you choose to visit the United States, you'll encounter unique experiences and exciting adventures. The summer season, hosting a wide range of events and activities is one of the ideal times to explore the United States.

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