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US & Canada Classics Vacations


Goway’s Classic Itineraries are designed to allow you to first, travel independently and not as part of a group, second, have a prearranged itinerary so that you have everything reserved for you in advance and third, ensure you see the must-see highlights. Our featured Classic Itineraries are our most popular independent requests. However, if they do not match your interests or requirements, all itineraries can be modified or can be whatever you wish.

Classics (Bestsellers)

  • Postcards Of California

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: What can you say about driving Highway One from San Francisco to Los Angeles, except that you absolutely must do it at least once. Driving south, with the Pacific at your right, the views opening ahead of you are breathtaking. The stretch between Carmel and San Simeone is delightfully rugged and dramatic, but is soon followed by whimsical tiny beach enclaves, worth a quick stop. 17-Mile Drive, Big Sur, Santa Barbara, and Malibu add their iconic names to a truly exquisite trip.
    Duration:
    8 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,427
    Trip Type:
    Classics (Bestsellers), Self-Drives
    United States See Trip Details
  • Historic Route 66

    FIRST-CLASS |SELF DRIVE: Still a bucket list item for many, Route 66 has an allure that suggests freedom, America’s wide-open spaces, supported by a rollcall of cities immortalized in the song (Get your Kicks) On Route 66. Chicago kicks it off in style before you, ideally, walk the last few blocks towards Santa Monica Pier where it ends. The Grand Canyon provides a moment of drama, but Route 66 purists will delight in all the old Route 66 motels, gas stations and vintage buildings that are featured along the entire trip. A road trip like no other
    Duration:
    16 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,709
    Trip Type:
    Classics (Bestsellers), Self-Drives
    United States See Trip Details
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