USA Road Trip Recommender

This website is fun. It’s fun to use and has fun content. It makes me want to go get in the car and start driving around the country. Cool stuff. The interactions need no instruction and you can be playing with it in seconds. Good stuff.

From the Designer: “Using an array of the most popular tourist attractions, historical landmarks and must-visit restaurants, specialist holiday company, Hayes & Jarvis, has created an interactive road trip map of the United States.

With millions of people choosing to take road trip holidays every single year, holiday experts have hand-selected and curated more than 45 different routes; encompassing a variety of locations across the country, including journeys from Chicago to Los Angeles, Philadelphia to St Louis and Houston to Las Vegas.

Including classic trips such as Route 66, users are able to select from a range of different routes depending on whether they are looking to visit for popular cities, national parks, historical sites and landmarks along the way.

Submitted by: Joel Turner
Twitter: @JoelTurner


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