Welcome to Route 66


In California, Route 66 mostly follows the National Trails Hwy, prone to potholes and dangerous bumps. From the beach in Santa Monica, it rumbles through the LA basin, crosses over the Cajon Pass to the railway whistle-stop towns of Victorville and Barstow and runs a gauntlet of Mojave Desert ghost towns, arriving in Needles near the Nevada state line.

In larger towns, Mother Road relics may require a careful eye amid more contemporary architecture, but as you head toward Nevada, wide-open vistas and the occasional landmark remain barely changed from the days of road-trippers.


Top experiences in Route 66

Route 66 activities

$139 Tours & Sightseeing

The Ultimate Los Angeles Bike Tour

“Voted the #1 bike tour in Los Angeles.   The best way to experience LA!” Yes! That is what USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times and ABC-TV have all called this amazing adventure. This Los Angeles bike tour begins on the legendary Route 66 in West Hollywood, then goes through Beverly Hills and Bel-Air where you'll pedal past the extravagant and incredible celebrity palaces the Hollywood stars call home. Up next are LA’s world-famous beach towns of Santa Monica & Venice where you'll stop for lunch on the beach and then explore the famous Venice Canals.   After lunch, you’ll bike through Marina Del Rey & Culver City for a bike-by of the historic movie studios that put the City of Angels on the world map. There is time to rest with several breaks, including lunch on the beach and several walking tours along the way. This 32-mile, 6-hour excursion, which lets you enjoy the very best of LA leaving no sight unseen is definitely worthy of “bucket list” inclusion.

$229 Day Trips & Excursions

Arizona Ghost Town, Route 66, Wild West Tour from Las Vegas

After pickup from your Las Vegas hotel, take a short drive by comfortable van to the Hoover Dam for a brief photo stop. This 726-foot (221-meter) dam holds back the mighty Colorado River, behind which you’ll find Lake Mead, a beautiful man-made reservoir contained within the Black Canyon walls. Take all the ‘dam’ photos you want!Next, head to the small mining town of Chloride, a community that has survived the harsh desert environment since the 1860s. Silver and other minerals were mined here for decades, and after the mining boom was over, Chloride nearly became a ghost town. Today, Chloride is home to about 250 residents who are very proud of their mining history. Browse the antique shops; admire the various artistic sculptures; and chat with the locals before enjoying lunch.Next, drive along the Historic Route 66 highway to the small ghost town of Oatman. The present-day population of this ghost town is 150 people and one poltergeist who goes by the name of ‘Oatie the Ghost.’ He’s believed to be the poor spirit of William Ray Flour, an Irish miner who died behind the Oatman Hotel. Enjoy views of the Black Mountains and the tumbleweeds and wild burros that freely roam through the town. Have your picture taken alongside modern-day cowboys and bandits while posing in front of an authentic Route 66 sign. You'll also have a chance to take part in a Western shootout. Held in the middle of the street, this Western-style event features cowboys in costume standing face-to-face, ready to draw.Enjoy a drink at a local saloon (at own expense) before traveling through the Mojave Desert along the Veterans Memorial Highway, a road that cuts straight through empty desert landscape. Your last stop before returning to the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas will be in El Dorado, which was named by the Spaniards who discovered gold in the area. This town served as the backdrop for many famous western movies and also housed the famous Techatticup Mine, where millions of dollars worth of gold and silver have been unearthed.Your tour will conclude with drop-off at your original departure point.

$209.99 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Disneyland® Resort Tickets - US, Mexico, Latin America and Japan Residents

With your Disneyland® Resort ticket, make the most of your Anaheim vacation! Simply select the number of days you want to spend in the parks and either the Park Hopper® or Park-per-day option then let the fun begin! Your ticket will allow you to skip the long ticket lines and head right to the turnstiles for direct admission into the parks! Disneyland® ParkDisneyland® Park is the happiest place on earth! Filled with memories, imagination and eight different, but ever-so magical lands! From Fantasyland to Adventureland and Tomorrowland to Frontierland, there is much to see and even more to do! Be sure to take advantage of the Disney FASTPASS® Service, which allows guests to skip the long lines and hop in the FASTPASS® line! Disney California Adventure® ParkExciting new adventures start the moment you enter Disney California Adventure® Park, which is the perfect culmination of familiar stories from Disney and Pixar. Attractions include the splendid landscapes of Soarin’ Around the World, a voyage on the Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, the Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout! and the newly re-imagined thriller Incredicoaster at Pixar Pier!Get Your Ears On! Starting in January, celebrate Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse at the Disneyland® Resort! Experience the return of the whimsical, musical Mickey's Soundsational Parade, then when night falls get down at Mickey's Mix Magic, an all-new after-dark spectacular hosted by "DJ" Mickey. Of course, there'll be plenty of scrumptious limited-time edibles created just for the occasion, along with commemorative collectibles, fashionable attire, accessories and more. So, hurry over to The Happiest Place on Earth for a celebration that's been 90 years in the making! At the end of the day stick around to experience the return of the beloved show Fastasmic! at Disneyland® Park. This amazing nighttime spectacular features special effects, jaw-dropping entertainment and fantastic pyrotechnics. It's something you won't want to miss!If you’re looking for shopping or dining, Downtown Disney® District is located just outside the parks. This exciting entertainment, dining and shopping district offering something for everyone.As to all Disney properties, images and logos ©Disney.© Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. © & ™ Lucasfilm Ltd.

$26 Cultural & Theme Tours

Chicago Walking Tour: Art Deco Skyscrapers

During the period between the two World Wars, an eclectic design style developed that later became known as Art Deco, used to refer to a mix of styles from the 1920s and 1930s. Through the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Art Deco style infused the everyday world with an elegant style of cool sophistication.Discover the origins of Art Deco while admiring buildings like the Carbide and Carbon Building (now the St. Jane Hotel), the Chicago Motor Club Building (now the Hampton Inn) and the colorful, but often overlooked, Trustees System Service Building (now the Century Tower)—all of which are designated Chicago landmarks. Your tour ends at the Merchandise Mart.Learn of Chicago's influence on the international Art Deco movement, and trace the history of this short-lived but lively architectural heritage. Come and experience the very essence of Art Deco!

$119 Day Trips & Excursions

Small Group Highlights Tour of Los Angeles

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CaliforniaVenice Canals, Boardwalk, Muscle BeachDuration: 30 minutesStop At: Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CaliforniaSanta Monica Beach, Route 66, Looff Hippodrome, Pacific Ocean ViewsDuration: 30 minutesStop At: Urban Light, Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles County Museum of Art famous street lamp installation by Chris Burden Duration: 10 minutesPass By: La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, Los Angeles, CaliforniaNatural History Museum famous Ice Age fossil excavation site Stop At: The Original Farmers Market, Los Angeles, CaliforniaLunch Break, Shopping at The Grove, Celebrity Sightings Duration: 1 hourPass By: Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CaliforniaShopping, Trendy NeighborhoodStop At: Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, CaliforniaLearn about and take a photo with the Hollywood SignDuration: 10 minutesStop At: Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CaliforniaWalking Tour of Walk of Fame, Dolby Theater, Chinese Theater, Celebrity Hand/foot prints Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles, CaliforniaStars on Hollywood BlvdDuration: 10 minutesStop At: TCL Chinese Theatres, Los Angeles, CaliforniaCelebrity hand/foot prints, Sid Grauman Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, CaliforniaAcademy Awards Oscars Ceremony Hosted HereDuration: 10 minutesPass By: Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CaliforniaDrive down the Sunset Strip from Hollywood into Beverly HillsPass By: Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, CaliforniaPass famous hotels, music venues and restaurants that the rich and famous go to regularlyStop At: Greystone Mansion and Park, Beverly Hills, CaliforniaWalk around a billion dollar estate, famous filming location and hear about scandals of the Doheny familyDuration: 30 minutesPass By: Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CaliforniaHigh-end shopping in Beverly Hills

$26 Cultural & Theme Tours

Chicago Walking Tour: Modern Architecture

By the middle of the 20th century, architects trained in the tenets of Modernism began to experiment with new materials and forms. Their buildings featured technical precision, an expressed structure and a lack of ornamentation. But rather than just the “skin and bones” architecture advocated by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Mid-Century Modern buildings often used sculptural curved forms and fewer 90 degree angles than the International Style buildings that predated them.Architects experimented with poured concrete, rather than just steel and glass, and used various prefabricated methods of construction. Bertrand Goldberg’s Marina City is one such example.Characteristics include: • Organic forms inspired by nature • Clean lines • No applied ornamentation • Innovative uses of glass • A mixture of various materials

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