U.S. Route 6 may not be the most well-known road trip route, like Route 66 or the Pacific Coast Highway, but it can take you from all the way across the U.S. from coast to coast. Heading from east to west, the highway begins in Massachusetts and ends in California, with plenty of interesting attractions along the way.
With amazing attractions and roadside oddities covering the United States, it’s hard to name favorites. But we have a special love-hate relationship with these tourist stops. Have more to add to the list? Tell us about it in the comments or on Facebook and your quote could be added to the article!
For some of us, summer is the best time of year. Whether we love it for the weather, the vacation time, or the fact that there’s no school, the best time to travel is definitely in the summer. The only downside to traveling in the hot weather months is just that, the hot weather! Just as there are certain precautions to take when traveling in the winter, there are also way to make traveling in the heat easier to prevent heat exhaustion or discomfort.
One of the best things about taking a road trip is that you stumble upon interesting places and attractions you never expected to see. This month, our travel writers are sharing the best unexpected places we’ve visited… and the answers might surprise you!
These 13 sights are must-see stops on “The Mother Road”. Find out our top picks for attractions on Route 66 in Missouri by reading the list below!
If you’re looking for a charming place to stay between bustling Columbia and Charleston, look no further than Orangeburg, SC. This quaint town is a perfect road trip stop for travelers who love the slow pace and beauty of the South.
The Hostess City of the South is one of our favorite cities to visit for exceptional dining, historic attractions, sightseeing and fun. It’s no wonder most visitors to Savannah fall in love with its tree-lined squares, unique architecture, award-winning restaurants and popular attractions.