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How to Plan a Road Trip From Start to Finish - cntraveler.com - Usa - state California
cntraveler.com
16.04.2024 / 22:05

How to Plan a Road Trip From Start to Finish

What’s more American than a road trip? Like blue jeans and apple pie, it's so embedded in the culture that travelers from around the world plan a road trip just to experience our open highways and byways. From the iconic Route 66 stretching across the heartland to the rugged beauty of the Pacific Coast Highway, the US has no shortage of scenic routes. What sets the American road trip apart is the sheer diversity of experiences on offer, from camping under a star-spangled sky to exploring epic parks like the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone. “Road trips offer an opportunity to venture out and connect with a multitude of people and experiences,” says Samantha Brown, the television host behind Samantha Brown’s Places to Love on PBS. At its most basic, Brown says, road tripping is about freedom.

5 best road trips in Lake Tahoe - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - county Park - state Nevada - state California - county Lake - county Bay - county Sierra
lonelyplanet.com
12.04.2024 / 13:03

5 best road trips in Lake Tahoe

In Lake Tahoe, the peaks of the Sierra Nevada rise above turquoise waters so clear you can peer more than 70 feet below the surface. In winter, skiers prize the Tahoe Basin’s 14 ski areas, while in summer, people flock to beaches, hiking and biking trails. Perhaps the best time to visit Lake Tahoe is the shoulder seasons in spring and fall when the region is less crowded and hotel rooms are more affordable. 

Road Trips: How to Plan an Accessible Getaway - nytimes.com - Usa
nytimes.com
12.04.2024 / 09:29

Road Trips: How to Plan an Accessible Getaway

Planning an accessible road trip is getting a little easier for people with disabilities. There are more resources created by and for the disability community, and the tourism industry is starting to recognize the value of accessible travel. As a disabled, chronically ill, neurodivergent person, I take road trips every year and have learned some tips and tricks along the way.

Tell us about a great road trip in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher - theguardian.com - Italy - Ireland - Britain
theguardian.com
09.04.2024 / 12:45

Tell us about a great road trip in Europe – you could win a holiday voucher

Few things beat the sense of freedom of the open road. Whether it’s an epic motorcycle ride along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way or a leisurely pootle around the Italian lakes by car, a road trip is a brilliant way to explore a country at your own pace, enjoying varied scenery and discovering less-known spots en route. We’d love to hear about your favourite journeys in Europe – where did you go and what made it so special? The best tip will win a holiday voucher.

These 5 road trips from Las Vegas will take you far beyond casinos and glitz - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - county Park - city Las Vegas - city Downtown - city Sin - county Clark
lonelyplanet.com
06.04.2024 / 06:47

These 5 road trips from Las Vegas will take you far beyond casinos and glitz

In a city filled with the atypical, it’s easy to fall into the typical tourist routine in Las Vegas.

Wide open spaces: a guide to Washington State’s most magnificent parks - lonelyplanet.com - Washington - state Washington - city Seattle
lonelyplanet.com
05.04.2024 / 21:09

Wide open spaces: a guide to Washington State’s most magnificent parks

If you've grown weary of the urban rat race and yearn for stunning wide-open spaces, it's time to grab your bags and head to Washington State. 

10 free things to do in Washington state - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - Washington - city Washington - state Washington - city Seattle - county Union
lonelyplanet.com
05.04.2024 / 02:19

10 free things to do in Washington state

Washington state encompasses such a large and varied terrain that, depending on your travel plans, your budget could either be rock-bottom or luxury – or a combination of both.

There’s Still Time For A Trip To See The Total Solar Eclipse In Ohio - forbes.com - Usa - Mexico - state Maine - state Texas - state Alaska - state Ohio - city Sanctuary
forbes.com
04.04.2024 / 17:07

There’s Still Time For A Trip To See The Total Solar Eclipse In Ohio

On Monday, April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible within parts of North America. If weather is permitting and there aren’t cloudy skies, total visibility will start along Mexico’s Pacific Coast. In the United States, the path of totality, which is the narrow ribbon of places where the full eclipse can be viewed, goes from Texas to Maine. NASA is offering a map that shows the path of totality as well as a timetable of when the eclipse should appear in some of the major locations where it can be viewed.

Score Double Points on Your Next Weekend Road Trip Thanks to This National Car Rental Promotion - travelandleisure.com
travelandleisure.com
04.04.2024 / 16:43

Score Double Points on Your Next Weekend Road Trip Thanks to This National Car Rental Promotion

Road warriors have a new reason to celebrate for the weekend. National Rental Car recently launched a new promotion where members of their Emerald Club loyalty program can earn double credits on all weekend rentals from April 4 to June 9. The promotion provides the credits for rentals that are picked up on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday and returned on a Sunday.  Membership into the Emerald Club program is free, and helps travelers earn credits toward future car rentals.

When to visit Washington State to enjoy the best of the Pacific Northwest - lonelyplanet.com - Washington - city Washington - state Washington - city Seattle
lonelyplanet.com
04.04.2024 / 06:25

When to visit Washington State to enjoy the best of the Pacific Northwest

Washington’s nickname, the Evergreen State, fits it well. This is a place rich in alpine meadows and old-growth forests, lakes and rivers, waterfalls and wildflowers. And what makes all this green beauty possible? Rain – lots of it. This corner of the Pacific Northwest (and its largest city, Seattle) have a well-earned reputation for wet, drizzly weather.

Taking the train in Spain - all you need to know - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - China - city Madrid
lonelyplanet.com
03.04.2024 / 22:17

Taking the train in Spain - all you need to know

Spain boasts Europe’s longest high-speed rail network, second only to China globally, and its trains are exceptional and far-reaching. In one day, you could gawp at Gaudí’s architectural genius in Barcelona, be whisked by rail to Madrid’s museums, and still arrive in Seville for a sunset flamenco show.

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