Fall is perhaps the most beautiful season to discover the United States of America.
November in particular is a magical time of year. From east to west, the cities are filled with unique colors and you can experience some of the country's most authentic traditions, such as the celebration of Thanksgiving!
There are many destinations to visit in the United States at this time of year: choose one and discover the USA in November!
Los Angeles is a must-see city for anyone who loves movies, glamour and fun. You'll never get bored in Los Angeles, between amusement parks, film studios and mansions!
The weather is still mild in November, making it perfect for enjoying one of Santa Monica's beaches without the usual summer crowds or taking a restorative hike in one of the many parks, such as Griffith Park or Runyon Canyon.
It is always a good idea to visit New York. But there are times when the city that never sleeps becomes all the more captivating. The month of November is one of them: a time of year that offers unmissable experiences. Admire the incredible foliage of Central Park, the green heart of the Big Apple; be dazzled by the colors of the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Parade floats on Thanksgiving Day; and begin your Christmas celebrations by ice-skating under the Rockefeller Center tree and shopping the main streets of Manhattan.
Ready for fall in New York?
November is a perfect month to discover Boston. A city steeped in history that combines European charm with a multicultural soul, Boston is the perfect place to experience the colors of autumn: its streets are tinted with shades of orange that paint the city in unique hues. It is also one of the cities where you can experience Thanksgiving in a special way: it was here that the Pilgrim Fathers landed in 1621 and were welcomed and helped by the Wampanoag tribe to begin one of the most heartfelt traditions in the United States of America.
The U.S. capital has incredible charm year-round, but it becomes irresistible in the fall. It will be a pleasure for the eyes and the senses to get lost in its parks, such as Rock Creek Park, to experience its most famous monuments surrounded by the typical colors of this time of year, or to indulge in shopping in the small boutiques of its historic neighborhoods, such as Georgestown.
There is no better place to spend a warm and festive Thanksgiving than Miami!
Overlooking Biscayne Bay, America's most dazzling city awaits you with miles of white sand beaches, countless cafes overlooking avenues of endless palm trees, and clubs where you can have the most amazing nights in the U.S. Are you ready to immerse yourself in the magic?
An ideal starting point for California's most famous national parks, San Francisco is a free, open, culturally vibrant and forward-thinking city. The perfect place to experience a Made in U.S.A. fall adventure filled with culture and nature, exploring iconic places such as the Golden Gate, Alcatraz and the famous Pink Ladies.