Visit USA launches 2020 Travel Planner To Help UK Holidaymakers Find The Best Sights And Experiences When Stateside

The Visit USA Association (UK) brings together experts from a wide range of US states and destinations, travel, accommodation, entertainment and other US-travel related products and service with a bumper 68-page brochure and travel guide.

December 5, 2019 / / —

London, UK. Wednesday 4th December: UK travellers hoping to head stateside in 2020 can now kick off their planning and preparations in style with help from a new free travel guide produced by experts at Visit USA, ensuring that visitors can organise the trip of a lifetime.

The Ultimate Guide to American Travel

The Visit USA Travel Planner is the perfect tool for researching and planning a trip to the USA in 2020, providing insights into the best things to see and do across the great nation. From L.A to New York, the new 2020 planner has it covered.

Throughout the 68-page magazine, readers will discover where to stay, where to eat, adventures to experience, and historic places to explore, along with details on the best ways to celebrate America’s big holidays including Thanksgiving 2020. Whether it’s a family theme park holiday or a quick 48-hour stay in the Big Apple, or a long slow roadtrip across a number of US states a plethora of mini-guides makes the planning phases simpler than ever – there’s even niche guides on the Old West, Native American experiences and other places of interest and attractions that draw fans from the UK each year.

Information is presented in a clear and concise manner to provide a simple and effective resource to help plan the best US vacation possible. After reading the guide, a far more detailed image of what to expect from a Stateside adventure will be gained. With additional insight into road trip planning, inspiration in various hotspot destinations, and a helpful State round-up, the guide is suited to first-time travellers and seasoned US visitors alike. Thanks to its stunning landscapes, iconic history, diverse culture, amazing national parks, places of natural beauty, and family attractions, America is the ultimate destination for any traveller. The Visit USA brochure aims to turn travel possibilities into reality.

Visit USA additionally provides details on its various members, along with how they can support travellers throughout their itinerary planning processes. Whether visiting for days or weeks, plotting the key points of the adventure to satisfy budgets and personal requirements starts with the 68-page download.

About Visit USA

Visit USA is a UK-based organisation dedicated to the promotion of travel and tourism to the United States of America. Its service is tailored to help holidaymakers heading to the USA, providing thousands of travellers with the insight and information needed to unlock the diverse range of magical memories waiting to be made on American soil.

With a group of over 200 travel professional organisations and members working to offer the latest and most up to date information on everything from accommodation to hidden gems. In addition to being a beacon of information, some of the organisation’s members can complete bookings and build itineraries on a customer’s behalf, while also offering special discounts, to ensure that everything is in place for the perfect stay in the USA.

More information is available at VisitUSA.org.uk. Alternatively, you can contact Visit USA on 02075931769 or info@visitusa.org.uk.

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