Whether heading to New York, Washington, California or Chicago there are some general DON’Ts of visiting the USA. This video goes over the major things you should not do in the US. From touching the Americans, to not discussing certain topics, to how not to miss out on the food & culture the US has on offer.
This video is designed to teach travelers about the American culture and cultural differences and norms that may be found throughout the US. So if you are going to be visiting the USA, then this is a video you should watch so you better understand how Americans think, act and react in day to day settings.
Filmed in Mystic CT, USA – pictures from all over the United States.
Copyright Mark Wolters 2017

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24 COMMENTS

  1. I'd say it's OK to ask about people's political opinions as long as you can listen and respond calmly if they express a point of view you don't like. Especially if you're from Europe. Some Americans wish the US were more like Europe, and some Americans think Europeans are arrogant and weird and will get really upset hearing that the US is "doing it wrong."

  2. This was great. As a born citizen, I never considered many of these topics until I traveled outside of the U.S.
    Regarding the size of the U.S., I’d also say don’t expect to see the entire Grand Canyon in one day. The Grand Canyon is absolutely huge, and half of it is closed during the winter. There’s also no bridge to get across, so the only ways to get from one side to the other are to either hike it (takes a week) or drive around the whole canyon, which can take a couple of days.

    Regarding local food, I definitely find the local places when I travel. That’s the best. And Sonoran hot dogs are amazing. Thanks for making me hungry.

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