7 April 2016 by Alex Stewart
If you're anything like us, you'll look longingly over the Atlantic to the USA. Why? Well, as a destination the USA is just so good at everything. Head stateside for exciting cities, extraordinary nature and vast deserts, all connected by routes crying out for a road trip adventure. In fact, holidays in the USA are so varied and so good that five of these trips made our Top 50 Journeys Worldwide.
Test your knowledge of the States and get a snapshot of why we love America, where we've fallen particularly head over heels and wh the USA should be next on your travel list. Answers are below the photo of each state, or simply click on the question to see how to explore the state...Easy as pie.
[A1. Utah; 14-day self-drive holiday]
[A2. Alaska; 11-day self-drive holiday]
[A3. Oregon; 16-day self-drive holiday]
[A4. Hawaii; 14-day tour]
[A5. Virginia; 15-day self-drive holiday]
[A6. Alabama; 15-day self-drive holiday]
Q7. The Palmetto State was the first to declare independence from the Union; its largest cities include Columbia and Charleston and there are more than 200 miles of coast to discover and more than 380 golf courses to enjoy...
[A7. South Carolina; 15-day self-drive holiday]
Q8. This is the most populous state, and is home to several spectacular national parks including Yosemite, Death Valley and Joshua Tree; you can travel from the lowest to the highest points in the continental US in less than a day...
[A8. California; 15-day self-drive holiday]
[A9. Wyoming; 16-day self-drive holiday]
Q10. The Sunshine State was discovered by explorers seeking the mythical 'Fountain of Youth'; today attractions such as Disney World and the NASA Kennedy Space Center's Spaceport USA appeal to people of all ages...
[A10. Florida; 11-day self-drive holiday]