From outdoor activities to cultural pursuits, the beautiful city of Charlotte, North Carolina has a little something for everyone. It’s thoroughly modern, yet thoroughly charming, and the perfect place for a few days (or more!) of family fun.
While Aspen gets much of the attention when it comes to Colorado vacation destinations, Breckenridge offers equally amazing activities and scenery. Don’t miss these attractions the next time you’re in town, whether it’s for the day or a longer stay.
While it’s world-renowned for its skiing and snowboarding, Vail, Colorado is a fabulous place to visit, regardless of your interest in the great outdoors. Here are some of the top attractions that you don’t want to miss, at any time of the year.
Not only the capital of the great state of Texas, Austin is widely considered to be the live music capital of the world. Its unofficial motto, “Keep Austin Weird” gives you an idea of the funky, fun vibe that can be felt throughout the city. If you only have a few days, here are the sights and scenes not to miss.
Since 1816, Columbus has been the capital of Ohio, growing from little more than a fur trading outpost to one of the largest cities in the nation. The Biggest Small Town in America is home to a thriving arts community, professional sports teams, and even a replica ship of the Santa Maria.
Located near the center of the state, Columbus has long been a hub for multiple industries, attractions, landmarks, and more. Whether you’ll be home there for the holidays or visiting for business or pleasure, be sure to catch these five hot spots while you’re in Columbus.
We believe that Washington, D.C. is a must-see for every American traveler. The centerpiece of American history and politics is a destination where you will always learn something new. Unlike many American cities, the sites are almost always free and your best bet is to explore the city by foot or rail.
Located on the border of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, Sioux City is the fourth largest city in Iowa, and it may be the city with the most to offer. However, Sioux City is not a common location for visitors to travel to, possibly because not many people know the hidden gems in this beautiful mid-west state. Whether you’re traveling to Sioux City for work, or just going to explore, don’t miss out on these amazing spots to eat, sleep and play when you visit this town.
Detroit is a dynamic city with a rich history. In recent years, the city has even experienced quite a bit of resurgence. If it’s you’re first time to Detroit, you are in for a treat! With so much to do and see in the Motor City, our team at DriveTheNation.com has compiled a “Quick Guide to Detroit” to help get you started with your itinerary planning.
While Albuquerque might now be best known as the setting for the hit television show Breaking Bad, there is a lot more to this city than you might have found while watching Walter White’s exploits (and that’s a good thing!).
Traditionally known as the cross roads of New Mexico, Albuquerque was mostly thought of as a way point along the route to cities like Taos, Chaco Canyon, or Santa Fe. However, those who simply drive through are missing out on a vibrant city with tons of interesting culture, cuisine and nature.
Let’s dive in and see everything Albuquerque has to offer.