North America, so called by the German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller for convenience of distinction from the remaining areas of the country, is a polyglot reality where different languages and cultures meet harmoniously.
This is where the great American dream comes to life, between the streets of metropolitan fashion, huge skyscrapers, luminous signs, fashion ateliers and streets that have been the setting for countless films and TV series, iconic symbols to see and admire up close with the own eyes.
From the excesses of Sin City to the institutional charm of the capital of the country, with the architectures now in neo-classical style now Georgian or modern, passing that wild side to taste on the road, traveling on the coast, among the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains, the national parks or still lingering in the rolling hills of the Napa Valley where you can taste some of the best wines in the world.
But when the temperatures become harsh, another world opens up, that of the Canadian underground, pedestrian networks with lots of restaurants, hotels, shopping centers, and the subway. At the ban the temperatures below zero and long life at sea, the pristine or the commercial one, from the charm of Cancùn, wrapped in the lush jungle and the Mayan ruins to the movida on the beach of Miami up to bask in the sun under the palm trees of Hawaii.