Road Trips Articles
Morocco is a place best explored overland -- where the journey can be taken in slowly and relished, like a fine tagine slow-cooked over an open fire.
Explore the National Parks of America's West.
Take a tour of ancient spans, iconic structures and one-of-a-kind bridges.
We're taking to the open road and showing you some extreme roadside attractions.
Take a drive along South Florida's quirky stretch of Highway 1.
Leaf peepers should plan an autumn drive along the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway; by then, the summer crowds have dwindled and the temperatures remain mild.
Maryland's Historic National Road takes road-trippers on a journey through 300 years of history.
The Blue Ridge connects Shenandoah National Park in Virginia with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.
Built specifically for sightseeing road trips and modeled on the mountain roads of Europe, the highway is arguably the jewel of the Northwest and an ideal route to enjoy fall foliage in the region.
A mosaic of geological and ecological features, Acadia National Park is composed of ocean, mountains, forests, streams and ponds, wetlands, meadows and beaches.
Surrounded by small villages and dotted with nationally recognized historic buildings and structures, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a living testament to a near-forgotten era.
It's easy to feel like the last person standing when you visit the desert abyss that is Big Bend National Park.
Formed by volcanoes, sustained by the earth's molten rock layers and teeming with flowers, fauna and vistas galore, Yellowstone is one of America's best-loved national parks.
Though the untrained eye might see little more than desert when driving through the Great Basin, a closer look will reveal a land full of flora and fauna that is in a state of constant change.
With more than 2 1/2 million visitors a year, Zion National Park is easily Utah's most visited natural landmark.