Hit the Road
We’re discovering the USA from the freedom of the open road, and you're in the driver’s seat. There's no better way to experience the extraordinary vistas, charming small towns, desert skies, seaside villages and an untold number of hidden gems. Plan your trip, pack your bags, and get ready to traverse some of the most distinctive landscapes across the USA.
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Northern Atlantic Coast
Explore some of the USA’s most iconic cities, charming towns and historic areas on the 1,600-kilometer Northern Atlantic Coast drive. The journey kicks off in Boston, one of the oldest cities in America, and ends in Washington, DC, the nation’s capital. Strap in for an unforgettable journey through America’s history and enjoy some of the most dynamic urban areas the USA has to offer, all while hugging the USA’s scenic East Coast.Read More View On Map
Southern Atlantic Coast
This splendid Southern Atlantic Coast Drive is a 1,900-kilometer trek starting in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina and ending in Key West, Florida, the southernmost point of the USA. The two-lane highway shuffles between urban hubs and sleepy beach communities, with long stretches of pristine coastal wilderness in between.Read More View On Map
Head out on the open road from Montana to Arizona to discover some of the USA’s best craft beer paired with amazing landscapes. Enjoy distinctive brews filled with local flavor and dramatic desert and mountain scenes peppered with stunning red rock formations.Read More View On Map
The legendary Blues Highway, U.S. Route 61, is an unforgettable journey from Nashville, Tennessee to New Orleans, Louisiana, with music around every corner. From the birthplaces of celebrated artists and vinyl record shops to recording venues and southern culinary delights, every stop has a story to tell.Read More View On Map
Great River Road
The Great River Road follows the length of the mighty Mississippi, linking 10 states that border the river. Beginning in Minnesota and ending in Louisiana, this meandering route is meant to be enjoyed like a leisurely trip downstream. With so many sights to see and places to explore, you’ll want to take your time.Read More View On Map
Less is more on Hawaii’s Hana Highway or Road to Hana, a celebrated 52-mile (83 km) road running along the northeastern coast of Maui, part of Hawaii State Routes 36 and 360. The road begins in the central town of Kahului and ends at the charmingly remote, rustic town of Hana, once the site of a flourishing sugar cane plantation and mill. With over 600 sharp curves and bends along with 59 bridges (46 are just one lane), the road is an awe-inspiring drive of cliffs, beaches and waterfalls. Regardless of its countless snaking twists and turns, you’re instantly awarded by a lush, panoramic drive of tropical jungles and towering cliffs overlooking the azure and emerald Pacific Ocean.Read More View On Map
New England Coast
This coastal cruise will take you through a string of quaint towns and big bustling cities of the USA’s eastern seaboard. As you drive from Boston, Massachusetts to Freeport, Maine, give yourself time to stroll along the sandy beaches, soak in fresh sea air, saunter through old sea captains’ and artists’ colonies, and enjoy plenty of fresh, delectable seafood!Read More View On Map
The Oregon Trail
The Oregon Trail was much more than a pathway to the state of Oregon. It was the path to the Pacific Ocean for early 18th century gold seekers, fur traders, farmers and entrepreneurs wanting to head west in search of a better life. Today, unspoiled western lands, rock formations and trail ruts from wagon wheels still exist in a poetic landscape.Read More View On Map
It’s a route so legendary that celebrated author John Steinbeck named it The Mother Road in his novel The Grapes of Wrath. The highway built in the 1920s that once served as a main thoroughfare from east to west, still beckons travelers seeking a classic piece of Americana.Read More View On Map
Texas BBQ Trail
Traveling the Texas Barbecue Trail is a culinary adventure of the most delicious kind. Although the eateries that pepper this “Barbecue Belt” are the highlights of the trip, you can also look forward to picturesque miles of rolling green hills, small museums, quaint towns and antique shopping. Texas is serious about their barbecue, so bring your appetite.Read More View On Map
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