North America is the third largest continent in the world and is home to Mexico, Canada and the United States. There are many options you can try on a trip in North America - go hiking the slopes in Canada, walk along the California coast or Mexico, go diving the coast of Florida and explore the Caribbean islands.

Guide to Cuba
Cuba is located in Central America and is the largest island of the Greater Antilles archipelago. It is one of the last countries in the world to be ruled by a totalitarian regime. Therefore, Cuba is one of the most popular winter exotic destinations and attracts its visitors with its history, nature and culture. Only here you can see functional cars from the 50s driving on half-empty and neglected roads, enjoying a cocktail and cigar in hand on the beautiful sandy beaches and in the evenings listening to beautiful Cuban music and dancing salsa.
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Guide to Canada
Canada is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest country in the world after Russia. The country is divided into ten provinces and three territories and is home to more than 37 million people. This huge country on the North American continent has a number of superlatives that we will try to show you. Basic information about Canada Tourist visa A change of mandatory ETA registration is required before departure more information Autumn At the end of September you can admire the special colors of maple forests and other species of trees more about the weather Canadian Dollar The exchange rate is around 18 CZK for 1 CAD more information Tickets from 11000 CZK Ticket price from Prague more information Why go to Canada Canada is one of those countries that attracts all the right people for the right reasons.
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Guide to the United States
The United States of America, or the United States for short, is a democratic federal presidential republic in North America, stretching between the Atlantic Ocean in the east and the Pacific Ocean in the west. It borders Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. Thanks to the state of Alaska, the territory of the United States of America extends to the shores of the Arctic Ocean. The US also includes some Pacific islands, such as Hawaii.
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