Scenic Driving Routes
US Route 61 is a 1400 mile long US highway that in general, follows the Mississippi River and runs from New Orleans in Louisiana to the State of Minnesota and the City of Wyoming. Route 61 is often referred to as the Blues Highway because of the route it takes through St Louis, Memphis, the Mississippi Delta and eventually New Orleans
U.S. Highway 66 — popularly known as Route 66 — holds a special place in American consciousness. Its name commonly evokes images of simpler times, mom-and-pop businesses, and the icons of a mobile nation on the road. Travelers on Highway 66 today can easily experience this past
From the wild coastline of Northern California to Malibu beaches lined by celebrity homes, a drive along California’s iconic Highway 1 is one for the bucket list. Take a few days to savor this legendary road trip, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway. Head south from San Francisco on twisting coastal roads and stop at some of the state’s most unforgettable destinations. There’s natural splendor tracing the cliffs of Big Sur
Mountain Passes are simply a route through a mountain range or over a ridge. The passes are not always the highest part of the mountain, or the Peak, the pass is the way for you to cross. Mountains have been hard to get through or over for centuries so over time routes have been made.
The German Alpine Road is 450 miles of twisting roads from Lindau to on Lake Constance to Berchtesgaden on Lake Konigssee. The Alpine Road through its beauty has been described as a “Drive in Cinema” Set in the magnificent and stunning Bavarian Alps, where traditional living is still valued
Journeying around Victoria is like a checklist of must see icons and attractions, and with the many tried and tested touring routes throughout the State, you can choose your own adventure between city, coast and country. Regardless of how many days you have or your mode of transport, be it car, Campervan or tour bus, there are many options to suit all budgets in order to discover Victoria’s rich cultural highlights, epicurean delights and natural attractions.
It all started in 1994, as a trial project aiming to offer motorists an alternative to the main roads, and stunning architecture along the way. An architectural council was set up, a team of international architects assembled, and before too long interesting buildings started to emerge along Norwegian roads. There are 18 National Tourist Routes (NTR) in Norway, all of which will have been fully completed by 2020. Running along the coast, fjords, and mountains, these routes embrace Norway and its beautiful countryside, offering world-class scenery and vistas at every bend
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