Ready for a US road trip? We certainly are! So let’s load up the car, pop a road trip playlist on the stereo, and travel across America.
We have teamed up with award-winning travel writer Ella Buchan as she takes us on the adventure of a lifetime down the east coast of America.
Start your US Route 1 journey here…
The journey starts here as we bring you travel stories and videos from destinations in some of the most popular states in the US. Click an image below to start your adventure.
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#DriveUS1 is the hashtag to follow on social media as Ella takes us on a more than 4,700 mile north-south journey of US Route 1. She will count down the miles on her US road trip from Fort Kent, in northern Maine, to the iconic mile marker zero in Key West, Florida – famed as the southernmost point of the continental United States.
“US Route 1 takes in a number of states on the east coast – a journey of more than 4,700 miles”
Ella’s east coast US road trip
US Route 1 takes in a number of states in the US east coast. Over the course of a six-week trip Ella will be heading off the road to stop in Maine, Massachusetts, Washington DC, Virginia, North Carolina, and Daytona Beach, Orlando and the Florida Keys in Florida. She’ll be bringing you stories from each, here on LiveShareTravel, and a host of other great travel sites.
“I’ve travelled widely in the US but haven’t spent much time on the east coast,” explains Ella. “There are so many stunning landscapes, beaches and cities steeped in history waiting to be discovered.
“As with all the best road trips, I’m expecting to find some quirky attractions along the route too.
“I’ll be posting stories, pictures and videos throughout the trip, finding the best places to stay, eat, drink and just hang out for a while. Can’t wait to take you on the journey with me!”
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Find out more about the #DriveUS1 destinations
US Route 1, formerly known as the rather more fanciful Atlantic Highway, got its current moniker in 1925 and became America’s first interstate highway.
Find out more about the route, learn more about the states and regions Ella will visit, then plan your own US road trip to travel across America by visiting the tourist board websites below.