Miami

1-OCEAN DRIVE

Get to know Ocean Drive, Miami’s most famous avenue, known for its Art deco hotels and buildings. Ocean drive is a place where one can relax while enjoying a stroll and taking in the culture of the place.

3-WYNWOOD ARTS DISTRICT

A temple of street art, Wynwood is the place to be in Miami with its mural frescoes, galleries, bars, restaurants and hipster atmosphere. Art is everywhere in this district! The famous Wynwood Walls, a garden-museum devoted to street art, is a must-see.

5-LITTLE HAVANA

Get to know Little Havana, a district pervaded by Hispanic, and especially Cuban, culture. Get a sense of the local atmosphere by strolling through Calle Ocho, one of the most picturesque and lively streets in the country.

7-SHOPPING ON LINCOLN ROAD

Right next to the beach, the open-air mall Lincoln Road is an exceptional place for shopping and leisure. It is one of the most famous spots for shopping in Miami Beach.


2-SOUTH BEACH

The most coveted neighbourhood in Miami Beach, South Beach is an exuberant mix of beaches, nightclubs, bars, and alternative fashion that attracts aficionados from all over the world.

4-THE FLORIDA KEYS

Composed of about 1700 small islands, this coral cay archipelago can be visited by car, through a road with a stunning view from Key Largo to Key West. It is home to a precious marine ecosystem. Go and swim near its beautiful coral reef.

6-THE EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK

The Everglades National Park is one of the most diverse public parks in the United States. It possesses a most fascinating ecosystem. Visit the park by airboat and meet alligators!

8-KEY BISCAYNE

Just 20 minutes away from the centre of Miami, Key Biscayne is a haven of peace. There you may find beautiful beaches, including Crandon Park beach, a bicycle lane and stunning views over Miami.




New York

1-THE STATUE OF LIBERTY

The statue of liberty is an emblematic monument of the United States. It always looks impressive to those who behold it, whatever the distance. Its promenade offers a great view over Manhattan.

3-CENTRAL PARK

The green lung of New York is a real haven of peace. There are a thousand ways to enjoy the place: riding in a horse-drawn carriage, cycling or visiting the zoo.

5-THE 5TH AVENUE

A paradise of luxury and shopping, the Fifth Avenue is the biggest in New York city. Strolling down the Fifth Avenue, one can gaze at historical monuments, luxury shops and famous buildings.

7-9/11 MEMORIAL

The 9/11 Memorial was built on Ground Zero, where the Twin Towers used to stand, in honour of the victims of the September 11, 2011 attacks. The site contains two reflecting pools where the names of the victims are engraved.

9-BROOKLYN BRIDGE

Brooklyn Bridge is a suspended bridge over the East River that connects Manhattan to Brooklyn. As one strolls along the pedestrian walkway, one can admire the famous New York skyline. Crossing the bridge is an absolutely fantastic experience!

2-THE EMPIRE SATE BUILDING

An iconic feature of Manhattan, the Empire State Building offers a stunning view over the city. Climb to the top of the Empire State Building and have an unforgettable experience.

4-BROADWAY TIMES SQUARE

Located at the heart of Broadway, Times Square is one of the most famous and lively places in the world. Filled with light and theatres, it is a must-see. As for Broadway, it is the place to be for musicals!

6-GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL

Grand Central Terminal is the biggest train station in the world. It is definitely worth visiting for its architecture and sumptuous hall, as well as its shops and restaurants.

8-THE MUSEUMS

New York is the perfect city to visit museums. Art lovers or curious tourists will appreciate the cultural wealth of its museums. Among the most famous are the MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Guggenheim Museum.

10-A GAME AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Madison Square Garden is a huge venue that hosts sports games or other events. Whether one attends a concert or a basket-ball game, the atmosphere is always warm and welcoming.




Route 66

1-THE BLUE WHALE OF CATOOSA

Lying in a nice pond, the blue whale of Catoosa, Oklahoma, is one of the symbols of Route 66.

3-THE U-DROP INN

The former Conoco gas-station is one of the most famous on Route 66. This emblematic building framed by two tours inspired the animated film Cars.

5-SANTA FE

An attractive town of Spanish inspiration, Santa Fe is one of the most unusual and interesting cities in the United States. Its is well-known for its adobe architecture.

7-WILLIAMS

Williams is one of the main entry points to the Grand Canyon, it is home to the famous Grand Canyon Railway and Resort, which takes visitors on a panoramic trip to the Grand Canyon aboard a steam-train that was launched in 1901.

9-THE MOJAVE DESERT IN CALIFORNIA

The Mojave Desert is ideal for photographers and people who like ghost towns. It is filled with splendid landscapes, dried salt lakes, rocky valleys without any remaining vegetation. Do not miss Amboy.

2-ROAD 66 MUSEUM

A must-see, the best museum devoted to Route 66 is in Oklahoma state. There you may find out about the myths surrounding that famous road.

4-THE CADILLAC RANCH

The Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture located near Route 66, made of ten Cadillacs buried in the ground and presenting the evolution of the brand over the decades.

6-METEOR CRATER

Set in a unique landscape, Meteor Crater is the most studied and visited meteorite impact in the world.

8-WIGWAM MOTELS

A distinctive landmark of Route 66, Wigwam Motels provide its hosts with iconic tipis of modern times.

10-BAGDAD CAFE

The Bagdad café, which once served as a setting for the movie of the same name, is still welcoming people who are nostalgic of this masterpiece that left a mark on an entire generation in the late 1980’s.