11 routes in the US, which is worth a ride for everyone
In the US, there are a huge number of routes that are worth a ride, but there are those that simply can not be missed.
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- A Musical Journey from Rocky Cleveland to Blues Memphis
The approximate distance is 735 miles (1 km).
What to see: Begin your journey with a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, drive through the countryside and Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry, and top off some blues with a visit to Memphis Graceland.
2. A trip through the desert from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon
The approximate distance is 230 miles (370 km).
What to see: Connoisseurs of architecture are simply obliged to visit Taliesen West in Scottsdale. In addition, you should see the ecological town of Arkosanti, go hiking on the red slopes of Sedona and complete the journey through the Grand Canyon.
3. Tour through Kentucky: from Lexington to Louisville and back
Approximate distance: 200 miles (322 km).
What to see: Stop at distilleries in Lexington, Lawrenceburg, Loretto and Clermont for tastings (make sure you have a driver who can replace you). And enjoy the view of plants and white fences as you progress.
4. A scenic journey along the California coast: from San Francisco to San Diego
Approximate distance: 500 miles (805 km).
What to see: Head south from San Francisco along the coast through the quaint Half Moon Bay and you will see some of the most beautiful coastal landmarks in the United States. Stop by to soak up the beaches of Malibu and end the trip with a stroll to the Gaslamp in San Diego.
5. Journey Through the Midwest from Chicago, Illinois, to Dor County, WI
Approximate distance: 280 miles (451 km).
What to see: Stop at the Milwaukee Museum of Art on the western shore of Lake Michigan, then make a sport-oriented visit to Lambo Field and end your trip to Dor County, where you can go hiking, boating or tasting old-fashioned fish soup.
6. Explore the oldest cities in America along the Atlantic Ocean, starting from Boston, Massachusetts, and ending in Key West, Florida
Approximate distance: 2400 miles (3 862 km).
What to see: Explore the hot spot of the Civil War - Boston Next, visit the home of the Silesian witches in Salem, Massachusetts, and then head south to America's oldest city, St. Augustine, Florida, ending your trip in tropical Key West.
7. Texas Heart Tour: From Dallas to Corpus Christi
Approximate distance: 420 miles (676 km).
What to see: Explore Dallas breweries, then explore the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and the Waco Museum, after which you can still listen to live music on the stage in Austin. Also visit the Alamo in San Antonio and end your trip to the Gulf of Mexico in Corpus Christi.
8. Journey through the wonders of nature, starting in Dakota, the Badlands, and ending with Yellowstone
Approximate distance: 1300 miles (2 092 km).
What to see: Along the way, you will have the opportunity to observe fantastic rocks and mountain peaks, stop at Mount Rushmore, visit the Devils Tower, and complete the journey in good old Yellowstone.
9. A nostalgic journey through the cities in the American style: from Chicago to Los Angeles
Approximate distance: 2400 miles (3 862 km).
What to see: Windy-City skyline will fascinate you, also worth seeing the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. Then you can visit the Coleman Theater in Oklahoma, as well as the historic Seligman district in Arizona. And finally, explore the Arizona crater in Arizona on the way to sunny Los Angeles.
10. Drive from Provincetown, Massachusetts, to the Oregon Coast
Approximate distance: 3300 miles (5 311 km).
What to see: Feel what the first settlers in the US experienced, wandering from coast to coast. Stop along the way to enjoy the Finger Lakes panorama, views of Chicago, and complete your journey, admiring the unspoilt beauty of the Oregon coast.
11. A fun trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas
Approximate distance: 320 miles (515 km).
What to see: First get a good view of the ocean from Santa Monica Pier, then head east from Los Angeles to Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch and Calico Ghost Town. If you're hungry on your way to Nevada, don't miss the 50-style diner called Peggy Sue's Diner at the entrance to Sin City.
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