Visit the east coast of the United States of America

Closest to us, the east coast of the United States of America is greatly appreciated by travellers for its remarkably varied landscapes. Those who appreciate the beaches will be delighted by the city of Miami with its Cuban influence. A destination to which Air France offers regular flights. Also in the state of Florida, the Everglades marshes are home to fauna and flora not found anywhere else in the world. Further north, nature lovers will be charmed by the huge forest of Vermont or the vast Great Lakes region located on the Canadian border.
The east coast of the United States of America also includes mythic cities, beginning with the unmissable New York, one of the most visited cities in the world every year. Manhattan with its fantastic buildings, Brooklyn with its typical charm, so many places to visit, not forgetting the many museums in the "Big Apple" or Central Park. The American capital, Washington and the White House, just like Boston and Philadelphia are also unmissable cities.

Discovering the west coast of the United States of America

You can also head for the west of the United States of America and begin by visiting Los Angeles or the Grand Canyon. Then visit Lake Powel and Monument Valley. Even if you're not a gambler, your visit wouldn't be complete without a stop in the fantastic city of Las Vegas to soak up the unique atmosphere all around. Then head for Yosemite and Death Valley and finally a stay in San Francisco.
If you have a few extra days, go to Colorado and visit the Arches National Park then head for the site of Canyonlands. If you stop near the Grand Canyon, you will be able to follow in the footsteps of the Indians by visiting the Hopi reserve and the Chelly canyon. Mesa Verde and Aztec Ruins are also important historical sites. Air France offers several flights each day to the United States of America. Before you leave, check the different formalities required for your journey .

The United States of America and the Far West

The United States of America are well known for the Far West, and if you are a fan, you'll want to visit the ghost town of Bolie. Then head for Nevada where you will especially appreciate Virginia City. In its heyday, it was one of the capitals of the gold rush. This site is remarkable because it has remained exactly as it was, and so you can easily imagine that you have returned to the time of the conquest of the west. In Tombstone, you will see the site of the Shoot-Out at the OK Corral. It is also interesting to see Cody, Buffalo Bill's home city, and the Frontier Days, in Cheyenne, the largest rodeo in the world. In Colorado, there are many sites to visit and you can travel on a steam train of the period to see the rodeos and take in the atmosphere of the American Wild West.

Preparing your journey to the United States of America