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Are you looking to learn English? The United States awaits you! Immerse yourself in the country's largest cities, attend classes at the top language schools, and embark on a rewarding experience.

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CEL - Pacific Beach
San Diego - United States
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Santa Monica - United States
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Honolulu - United States
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Honolulu - United States
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Boston - United States

On a Language Trip to the United States


population

323 millions inhabitants


Currency

American Dollar


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Cartography

The United States of America is a federation of 50 states located in North America, bordered by Mexico to the south, Canada to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Alaska, in the northwest of Canada, is also part of the territory, as well as several islands and archipelagos, particularly in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Caribbean regions. The U.S.A. experiences a wide range of climates, although the majority of the territory is influenced by four air masses: continental polar air, dry and cold, found mainly in Alaska and northern states; maritime polar air, less cold and more humid, primarily along the Atlantic coast; maritime tropical air, warm and humid, originating from the Gulf of Mexico; and dry tropical air from Mexico, which creates arid conditions in the southwestern regions.


History & Culture

Originally inhabited by Native American peoples such as the Chumash, Algonquin, Mohican, and others, the United States of America became a multicultural country of Western European influence due to the colonization of the New World by Europeans, including the French, British, Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese. After a period of English domination, the U.S.A. gained independence from British rule following the American Revolutionary War, which lasted from 1775 to 1783. The subsequent history of America was marked by four major events: the Westward Expansion with the California Gold Rush, the abolition of slavery and the Civil War from 1777 to 1865, the industrial revolutions of the 19th century, and massive European immigration starting from 1850.


Things to Do / Places to See

Explore the American wilderness through expeditions to iconic locations such as the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, the Great Lakes of Huron and Michigan, the sunny beaches of California, or the peaks of the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains. You'll have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities, from water sports along the coasts and in the rivers and lakes, to hiking, biking, or horseback riding in the inland areas, to mountain sports in the higher elevations. Visit cities as well, such as New York, with its world-renowned theaters and monuments like the Statue of Liberty or the Broadway district, Hollywood with its famous boulevards and international stars, or Boston with its renowned universities and green surroundings.


Formalities & Visas

For stays of up to 90 days in the U.S., thanks to the Visa Waiver Program, you will only need a passport that meets U.S. requirements and approval from the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) at least 72 hours prior to your arrival (https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov). It is also advisable to have travel health insurance if your current policy does not cover medical expenses abroad. There are no mandatory vaccinations for Swiss citizens, but certain standard vaccines are recommended, such as Hepatitis B, Tetanus, and Diphtheria. The law enforcement services in the U.S. are effective, but be cautious of individuals or groups displaying signs of gang affiliation (bandanas, colors, etc.) and familiarize yourself with areas to avoid, especially in larger cities.

To contact the U.S. Embassy in Bern:
U.S. Embassy Bern - Sulgeneckstrasse 19 - 3007 Bern - Tel: 031 357 70 11 - https://ch.usembassy.gov

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