This route is 3939 km with more than 22 obligatory stops. It begins in Chicago (Illinois) and ends in Los Angeles (California), crossing a good part of the country: Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Las Vegas.
In terms of the tourist attractions, we recommend visiting Chloride, a ghost town of the Old West or spend a night of light in Albuquerque (New Mexico)
The views of the sea and the pier in Santa Monica (California) marks the original end of Route 66, just 30 minutes from the city of Los Angeles.
This highway crosses the country from north to south and runs parallel to the Andes mountain range. It originated on the border with Bolivia Quiaca (Jujuy) to Cabo Vírgenes (Santa Cruz) at the end of Patagonia.
It consists of more than 5000 km, making it one of the longest routes. It crosses a total of eleven provinces, 21 nature parks and 27 mountain passes.
In the province of Catamarca, it is possible to detour to the Route of the Seismiles guarded by 14 volcanoes that are more than 6,000 m in altitude.
For tourist attractions, we recommend the Perito Moreno (choosing the right time to visit is important)
This is a coastal route that runs between Sorrento and Amalfi by highway 163, where you can enjoy the Tyrrhenian Sea as the protagonist of incredible views. The history and the beauty of the Amalfi Coast and all its villages (World Heritage since 1997) is marked by terraced vineyards on the lower slopes.
It is more than 120 km of curves for lovers of challenges. This includes twisty coastal roads and unevenness between 0 and 1525 m ascents of Mount Tre Calli.
Recommended places: Positano, Amalfi, Ravello or Capri.
The particularity of this route is that you can choose where to do it, you can choose to visit only the Norwegian part or also travel to Sweden and to Finland with a single end: the northern tip of the North Cape.
If you choose to travel Sweden, you will enjoy 1962 km of road. On the Norwegian side, the biggest tourist attraction is the fjords and their views are incredible. On this tour you must go down the Atlantic road in Eida where you can see bridges that are perfect works of engineering.
Between May to July, you can enjoy the famous midnight sun during the route.
This route of almost 300 km starts from the natural park of Cabo de Gata, which offers you wonderful and beautiful cliffs. The province of Almeria offers desert landscapes such as Tabernas, the place where numerous westerns were filmed.
In Sierra Nevada the route crosses La Alpujarra and its white high mountain towns (Pampaneira, Bubión, Capileira, Lanjarón).
Only 44 km away is Granada, this is a good place to park your motorbike to enjoy the true flavor of Andalusia: its gastronomy and its people before getting caught up in the charm of the Alhambra.
A mountain route of more than 1600 km along the Swiss Alps. This route joins Thusis with Bellinzona.
The route is more than 2000 m high. You will see nature in its purest form accompany you along the journey: immense forests, alpine landscapes, marshy lands with small lakes and glacier areas.
A stop in the villages in the valleys to taste Gruyère cheese, Guetzli cookies or learn about the customs of the villages such as Appenzell, which still preserves the most deeply rooted traditions of the Alpine country.
History and multiculturalism are the true protagonists of this route of more than 400 km that runs from Split to the city of Montenegro.
In Croatia the start of the route goes through the city of Split. Then going south, we travel along the blue beaches of Dubrovnik, marked by coastal roads from which you can see the islands of the Dalmatian Coast.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the city of Sarajevo and Mostar deserve a mention. The road is characterized by mountains and beautiful gorges. Montenegro also has a lot of beauty to offer: national parks with canyons, mountains and breathtaking bays.
This route is 290 km of coastal road that runs between Melbourne and Peterborough and runs parallel to the Antarctic Ocean. This route can be done in one day, but it is no less impressive than others with its golden beaches, shipwrecks, whales, fishing villages and tropical jungles that are among its unique charms.
The route offers us marked coasts with huge stone pinnacles that grow from the sea and fight against the waves like the views of The Twelve Apostles (of which there are only 8 left) and you can also surf the beaches of Torquay with its impressive waves.
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