There is such a wide range of things to see and do. Natural beauty, nightlife and modern cities to visit, are some of the reasons to visit North America.

Why Visit

ARCHITECTURE: Architecture in North America features a variety of styles, with some of the most modern constructions there are.

FOOD & NIGHTLIFE: North America offers a long long of places to visit to ensure you have the best night of your life: Irish bars, hipster joints, dance clubs and late night food spots. And let’s not forget about the tasteful food. 

LANDSCAPES: North America is known for it’s beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views. From the Caribbean to the Grand Canyon and Alaska.

MIX OF CULTURES: North america is an incredibly diverse continent, people from all over the world immigrate here. To witness such a multicultural way of living is truly extraordinary.

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DESTINATIONS


  • USA
  • CANADA
  • MEXICO
  • PUERTO RICO

There is such a wide range of things to see and do. Natural beauty, nightlife and modern cities to visit, are some of the reasons to visit North America.

Why Visit

ARCHITECTURE: Architecture in North America features a variety of styles, with some of the most modern constructions there are.

FOOD & NIGHTLIFE: North America offers a long long of places to visit to ensure you have the best night of your life: Irish bars, hipster joints, dance clubs and late night food spots. And let’s not forget about the tasteful food. 

LANDSCAPES: North America is known for it’s beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views. From the Caribbean to the Grand Canyon and Alaska.

MIX OF CULTURES: North america is an incredibly diverse continent, people from all over the world immigrate here. To witness such a multicultural way of living is truly extraordinary.

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DESTINATIONS


  • USA
  • CANADA
  • MEXICO
  • PUERTO RICO

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How to get around

You can easily drive from Canada to Mexico without a problem, as long you have a valid license and a passport with you. If you are a mexican citizen traveling to the US by car, you are required to have an international license, and like any other travel method, you can only be in the country for a certain time. Traveling by plain is also an option (the only option to travel to Puerto Rico unless you rent a boat) but it’s usually the most expensive one. Taking the bus is the cheapest one. There are also trains available to travel inside the US.

Money Saving Tips

-Don’t always eat in restaurants: There are a lot of park and outdoor places where you can eat you own food. You could also eat at outdoor street vendors (Street tacos are amazing). Avoiding restaurants and eating at a lot of the local “grab n’ go” places will give you a taste of the local cuisine at a much cheaper price. 

-Hostels or Camping: The difference in pricing between a hotel and a hostel is huge, and you can find plenty of cute and cozy hostels. There is also a new trendy camping service called Campspace, which allows you to pitch a tent in someone’s backyard for free or a nominal fee.

-Travel by bus or low cost airlines: Bus is for sure the cheapest option, but you could also travel with low cost airlines (like Spirit and Frontier) that will save you a lot of money. 

-Plan in advance: Planning with time could save you hundreds or even thousand when it comes to flights, trains and accommodations. 

What to expect in North America

LANGUAGE: English is spoken in both Canada and United States, Spanish is the main language in Mexico and Puerto Rico

CURRENCY: The currency in the US and Puerto Rico is the dollar, in Canada the canadian dollar and in Mexico the mexican peso. You can exchange the currency on the exchange houses at the airports or directly withdrawing from the ATM (you should have contacted your bank before hand) 

SAFETY: The safety in North America can be complicated, as it depends on the specific cities / places you are visiting. Just like anywhere else you need to be alert and use your common sense, mostly in the main cities, but certain cities like Mexico City, San Juan, Chicago, Los angeles and other minor cities in the US, Mexico and Puerto Rico require you to be extra careful and avoid certain areas, mostly at night. 

CLIMATE: Canada and the US are seasonal, with the exception of Florida, that has a tropical weather, just like Mexico and Puerto Rico.

PASSPORT: Remember that many countries require that your passport be valid for at least six months (some just three months) after your arrival date before they’ll grant entry to their country. Some of them also require a VISA to enter the country depending on your nationality. Plan in advance and make sure you have everything in order. 

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