The United States of America is overall popular with vacationers during the summer, but this is when American families pack everything up and head out on vacation also. To avoid the tremendous crowds, particularly throughout the numerous national parks, it is better to go during autumn or early spring.
The climate is temperate in most of the United States. Normally, it gets hotter the further south you travel and seasonally more extreme the further you are north and inland from the coastlines. Winters in the northeast and upper Midwest can result in long periods of below freezing temperatures even though it is still warm enough to swim at the beaches in Florida and southern California.
"Follow the links below to get the best time to travel in selected cities within the country"
- Best Time to Travel to Boston
- Best Time to Travel to Las_Vegas
- Best Time to Travel to Los_Angeles
- Best Time to Travel to Miami
- Best Time to Travel to New_Orleans
- Best Time to Travel to New_York
- Best Time to Travel to San_Francisco
January - New Year's Day
January - Martin Luther King Jr Day
February - Presidents' Day/Washington's Birthday
May - Memorial Day
June - Flag Day
July - Independence Day
September - Labour Day
October - Columbus Day
November - Veterans' Day
November - Thanksgiving
December - Christmas Day
December - New Year's Eve
Inauguration Day occurs on 20 January of each 4th year starting from 1965. It applies to the District of Columbia, Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties in Maryland, Arlington and Fairfax Counties in Virginia, and the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church in Virginia only and is moved to a Monday if it occurs on a Sunday.