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5 Iconic American Road Trips

Hit the road on one of these amazing routes to get a real feel for all America has to offer.

When you’re deciding on your next family vacation, choose an American road trip. American roads have history. They take us to and from our amazing cities and all the parks, restaurants, beaches and wildlife America has to offer. A road trip along America’s most historic highways and byways is a classic vacation, but which road should you choose?

In this Your AAA guide, we explore five of the most iconic American roads out there. From the famed Route 66 to the stunning Overseas Highway in South Florida, this guide gives you several paths to satisfy your thirst for adventure, in whichever region of the country you choose. Hit the road on one of these amazing routes to get a real feel for all America has to offer. You can also check the list of links at the end of the guide, where you can learn how AAA can help you make a road trip of a lifetime more convenient and affordable.

You can download “5 Iconic American Road Trips” right now and start planning your next adventure. Get your free guide today.

Adventure for the whole family

This free guide not only covers the most iconic roads in America, but also the most iconic roadside attractions. Visit a grove of trees decorated with glass bottles, see vintage Cadillacs buried nose-first in the desert sand, go to the southernmost point of Florida or brave a haunted house. All of this and more can be found in our guide, “5 Iconic American Road Trips.

This free guide is designed to help adventurers crisscross the country while having the time of their lives. Download the guide today, and you will get the following:

  • See weird and wonderful sights.
  • Decide on the best road trip for your family.
  • Plan a trip across America.
  • Relax on sandy beaches and in historic estates.
  • Discover the secrets of our most famous roadways.
  • Enjoy an experience that can’t be replicated anywhere else.

A vacation like no other

What else can you expect to read about in this free guide from Your AAA? You can:

  • Learn about a road that plays music if you drive across it in just the right way.
  • Find historical sites to visit, from Thomas Jefferson’s retreat to a house from the Salem witch trials.
  • See amazing snapshots from roadside attractions across the country.
  • Read about secret sites and attractions that will make your vacation extra special.

Remember, you can download this guide immediately, read it at your leisure and open it whenever you start to plan your epic road trip. What are you waiting for? Download a copy of this awesome road trip guide today!

Life is a highway

Driving one of America’s iconic stretches of roadways is a vacation rite of passage. Every American should take a journey like this at least once in their life, and this guide will show you the way.

Discover all of this and more in our free guide, “5 Iconic American Road Trips.

You can download these and other great guides right now. We hope they inspire your next epic family vacation.

Yours for an unforgettable adventure,

The Editors of Your AAA

P.S.: When you’re ready to book, the expert AAA Travel counselors can help you plan every facet of your vacation, from your hotels to your rental car and theme park tickets. Call 800-847-8091 to talk to a AAA expert today or click here to see all the trips and discounts available to AAA members. 

  • I would like to get a rt 66 road trip can Ii am a Aaa member.

  • D.W. S.

    If possible, day trips from eastern, Dover, Massachusetts and return for Lighthouse and waterfall photographs…Thank you

  • Carol A.

    I’d love to get a North America (East/New England) Quilt Trail road trip


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