This highway is more than 3000km and is the longest north-south route you can take, it goes through several states including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. From the tropical beaches of Florida to the rugged forests of Maine, you will pass a variety of stunning scenery along the way. Between Key West and Key Largo is the famous Caribbean Club, where you can enjoy outstanding live music with delicious Margaritas. For some marine-life encounters, visit the Theater of the Sea in Islamorada for some fun with the dolphins.
This all-American route is perfect for road trips. It covers 754km and runs through 29 counties in North Carolina and Virginia. Panoramic views of the Appalachian landscape make this a great scenic option, perfect for passionate photographers who will get great shots, especially during fall, when the vegetation starts to change colour. You can also spot more than 50 bird species along the way! Drop by Great Smoky Mountains National Park to see the lush forests and magnificent waterfalls. The mist-covered woods make for atmospheric walks.
This road starts at Southpoint, Florida to 15th street in South Beach, Florida. Enjoy this memorable coastal drive that allows guests to see a variety of historic buildings and picturesque views of the Narragansett Bay. History enthusiasts will be impressed by the legendary Fort Adams, where patriotic soldiers sought protection for more than a century.
Locals also enjoy taking this exciting road trip that runs from Lincoln, Nebraska to Conway, Arkansas because it allows them to see the region's beautiful autumn leaves from the majestic beech, maple, and birch varieties. Fans of history should stop at the Russell-Colbath Homestead, which dates back to the 1800s. This farmhouse is now a museum and the only homestead that survives in the Swift River Valley.
This 241km picturesque byway, which starts at Front Royal, Virginia to Waynesboro, also in Virginia, offers incredible outlooks all year round. It will take you through the Shenandoah National Park, which is 120km away from Washington, D.C., along the Blue Ridge Mountains. During your road trip, you will get stunning views of the Piedmont Valley and the Shenandoah River Valley.