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Look What’s Included
• 11 Days Compact Size Car Hire (Toyota Corolla or similar)
• 1 Nights Chicago, IL • 2 Nights St Louis, MO
• 1 Night Springfield, MO • 1 Night Oklahoma City, OK
• 1 Night Amarillo, TX • 1 Nights Alburqurque, NM
• 1 Night Flagstaff, AZ • 1 Night Monument Valley, AZ
• 1 Nights Grand Canyon, AZ • 1 Night Needles, CA
• 1 Night Santa Monica, CA
• Breakfast at all hotels except Chicago, Grand Canyon,
& Santa Monica
• Admissions & Inclusions as per the Itinerary
• Limo Transfer & Reservation at the Big Texan Steak Ranch (meal cost payable locally)
• Detailed Road Book featuring Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions • Route 66 EZE Guide Book
• Commemorative Route 66 Tour Rally Plate
• Commemorative Tour T-Shirt & Baseball Cap
• Car Parking at all Hotels (except Chicago & Santa Monica where charges are payable locally)
The romance of Route 66 continues to captivate people around the world running between Chicago and Los Angeles for over 2448 miles, this legendary old road passes through the heart of the United States on a diagonal trip that takes in some of the country’s most archetypal roadside scenes. If you’re looking for great displays of neon signs, rusty middle-of-nowhere truck stops, or kitschy Americana, do as the song says and “get your kicks on Route 66”.
12 Day Express Tour
From £1599.00 Per Person
27 Days from £3695.00 Per Person
Return Trans-Atlantic Flights
25/26 Nights Hotel Accommodation
20/21 Days Compact Car Hire
Route 66 Attractions
Route 66 - iconic attraction
Monument Valley, Arizona
Dinosaurs at the Rock Shop on Route 66
22 or 23 Days from £2899.00 Per Person
Return Flights, Car Hire
20/21 Nights Hotel Accommodation
Meals & Inclusions as per the Itinerary
Route 66 - The Mother Road
A 14 Day Route 66 Whistlestop Tour from Chicago to Santa Monica including Car Hire & 12 Nights hotel accommodation, designed for those of you who have limited time or maybe on a tight budget. You'll enjoy 12 great stops as you make your way on Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica and although you will spending less time driving across the USA, you'll still see most of the main highlights.
Due to the variety of flight requests we get for these tours, we have NOT included flights in our package.
This gives you the flexibility to choose which day you travel on, which airport you travel from and affords you the option to upgrade or utilise any air miles etc. you may have. We will of course be happy to book your flights for you, in which case All flight bookings are operated for Scenic Car tours by our sister company Success Tours ATOL No. 5114
Tourist Traffic - Route 66 is growing in popularity, and not only cars but even large tour groups in buses are travelling The Mother Road. While 66 is inherently never going to be as busy as any given Interstate in America, chances are you’ll encounter more traffic in June, July and August. From the first week of September on, there will be less people on the roads as the summer’s over and people return to work.
In our opinion, the best time to drive Route 66 is Mid September to Mid October, but then Route 66 is a drive of a lifetime no matter what time of year or what the weather’s like.
Route 66 passes through a diverse cross-section of American scenes, from the cornfields of Illinois all the way to the golden sands and sunshine of Los Angeles, passing by numerous landscapes including the Grand Canyon, the Native American communities of the desert Southwest, the small-town Midwest heartlands of Oklahoma and the Ozarks, as well as the gritty streets of St. Louis and Chicago. Whether you are motivated by an interest in history, feel a nostalgic yearning for the “good old days” Route 66 has come to represent, or simply want to experience first-hand the amazing diversity of people and landscapes that line its path, Route 66 offers an unforgettable journey into America, then and now.
When is the best time to drive Route 66 - The season starts in May and runs through to the end of October. Before or after that, you risk running into cold weather, especially in the midwest and the higher elevation portions of 66.
Weather - Really anytime between mid-May and mid-October you should have a lovely drive. There’s always a good chance you’ll see rain, as Route 66 is more than 2,400 miles long through varied terrain.