United States

The United States has an amazing variety of landscapes that covers 3.797 million square miles. From beaches, to mountains, forests and deserts, the US has endless opportunities for exploration. The US also has several landmarks that everyone should see at least once such as Disney World and Disney Land, the Grand Canyon, New York City and a personal favorite, as it is in our home state, the city of Chicago. 

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USa self-drive vacations

American History Discovery-

Explore the history of the United States by driving through Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; Williamsburg, Virginia; Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and Washington D.C. This is a safe, easy way to go on an adventure without leaving the country. From colonial cities to civil war battlefields, there are endless things to do and see. Washington D.C. offers monuments, museums and exciting neighborhoods, whereas the Shenandoah Valley offers nature, views and lots of family fun! Explore the nation’s birthplace in Philadelphia, learn at Gettysburg and experience 18th Century life in Williamsburg.

East Coast City Lights-

If history interests you, but isn’t your whole goal, check out the East Coast City Lights drive which takes you through the dazzling cities of New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.  While in New York, take a ride to the top of the Empire State Building, experience Times Square and There are countless museums in D.C. to explore, and browse 5th Avenue. Philadelphia is a historical area with Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and Betsy Ross’s house. They also have cheesesteak to die for! Visit Washington D.C. to see a multitude of museums and monuments, and amazing views.

The Shores of New England-

For a more relaxed drive, discover the history and charm of New England. Enjoy the views of the Atlantic coastline, quaint towns in Maine, the Acadia National Park and Boston. Portland, Maine offers an incredible food scene, the Portland Head Lighthouse and the Portland Museum of Art. Travel next to Bar Harbor to visit the Acadia National Park and the boutique seaside towns nearby. Discover the Boston Common, the Freedom Trail and even Fenway Park. Take a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard to relax.