The Atlantic Route - 15 Days

Cruise south to soak up the coastal charm, sun and top sights
The Atlantic Coast of the United States is a long stretch of land rich with historic landmarks and scenic attractions.

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Day 1
Arrive in New York

Welcome to The Big Apple! From the Statue of Liberty to Ground Zero to Chinatown, New York City is full of things to do and see.

Day 2
New York

New York City is home to world-famous attractions as well as historic neighborhoods and thriving cultural centers offering first-class entertainment, dining, shopping and more. If you want to experience the best of the Big Apple but don’t want to tackle NYC’s massive subway system or pay hefty cab fares, check out the All Around Town Tour with included admission to the Empire State Building! Later that evening, experience the stunning artistry, unforgettable music and exhilarating choreography of a Broadway musical.

Day 3
New York City to Philadelphia

Today, let history guide you to Philadelphia. See the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed, stuff your face with a famous Philly Cheesesteak, get up close and personal with the Liberty Bell and feel the freedom of America in your veins

Day 4
Philadelphia to Washington, DC

Today you can choose between two routes: You could drive straight to Washington or you have the opportunity to detour through Lancaster County. Better known as Pennsylvania Dutch Country, the area is known for its Amish and Mennonite population and its picturesque and productive farms.

Day 5
Washington, DC to Virginia Beach

A half day drive will take you to the well-known Virginia Beach, a coastal city right in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. There’s plenty to do both on- and offshore here.

Day 6
Virginia Beach to Wilmington

As you enter Wilmington, know that you will want to split time between the charming downtown riverfront and the spectacular Carolina, Kure and Wrightsville beaches.

Day 7
Wilmington to Charleston

Journey to the city of Charleston, known for its historic, romantic charm. Make sure to sample some catfish stew or shrimp and grits from The Glass Onion.

Day 8
Charleston to Savannah

Continue heading south to land in the famously welcoming and historic Savannah. Steeped in history, Savannah offers visitors local cuisine, coastal adventures and stunning architecture. Walk around this Southern Belle of a town, admire the architecture and oak trees covered in Spanish moss, head out to Bonaventure Cemetery, or stroll along the waterfront.

Day 9
Savannah to Orlando/Kissimmee

Highway 17 in the very south of Georgia is one of the states most scenic roads, follow it south to the Sunshine State of Florida. Take the time to experience some of the pristine beaches found along this route, these include Driftwood Beach, Amelia Island and St. Augustine, the oldest city in America.

Day 10

Explore the theme parks, water parks, golf courses or swimming pools of sunny Orlando. If you plan to enjoy the parks, be sure to ask us about how to maximise your experience by avoiding the lines. The parks are HUGE, Disney World is twice the size of Manhattan!

Day 11
Orlando/Kissimmee to Palm Beach

Continue southward down the east coast of Florida until you find Palm Beach. Space travel enthuisasts may want to detour to the Kennedy Space Center, the launch pad for many historic space missions.

Day 12
Palm Beach to Miami

Hello Miami Beach! White sand beaches, the blue water of the Atlantic, palm trees and pastel-coloured Art Deco buildings – this is Miami. Make the most of Miami’s exceptional shopping malls during the day and unwind in open air restaurants in the evening where Cuban, Mexican and Caribbean flavours take centre stage.

Day 13
Miami to The Florida Keys

The drive from Miami to Key West, at the southwest tip of the Florida Keys, takes you along a string of small islands linked by a road set on stilts called The Overseas Highway. Key West is known for tropical heat, palm-lined streets and its distinctive conch houses. To unwind, browse the island’s eclectic galleries, feast on fresh seafood and sip on margaritas at an open-air bar.

Day 14
Depart from Key West

Drop off your rental car at the airport, before catching your flight home.


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