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03Route 66

Once known as the Main Street of America, Route 66 winds from Chicago to Los Angeles through the heart of the Southwest and onto countless bucket lists. The entire road spans over 2,000 miles and would take at least two weeks to drive—longer if you plan on exploring the cities and small towns along the way. If you can't make the entire journey, there are shorter sections of the road you can explore à la carte. The route through Oklahoma takes you through the sprawling Great Plains and woodlands to small towns and quirky attractions along the road. Admire the murals in Tucumcari, New Mexico, and stretch your legs out at one of the vintage service stations or restaurants still in business.

Classic vertical panorama view of an endless straight road running through the barren scenery of the American Southwest with extreme heat haze on a beautiful hot sunny day with blue sky in summer
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