Discover the freedom of the open road with Lonely Planet’s Southwest USA’s Best Trips. This trusted travel companion features 32 amazing road trips, from 2-day escapes to 2-week adventures. Take in the immensity of the Grand Canyon, soak up the beauty of Sedona along Highway 89A, and stop off in Moab for some biking or rafting. Get to Southwest USA], rent a car, and hit the road!
Inside Lonely Planet’s Southwest USA’s Best Trips:
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2020’s COVID-19 outbreak
Lavish color and gorgeous photography throughout
Itineraries and planning advice to pick the right tailored trips for your needs and interests
Get around easily - easy-to-read, full-color route maps, detailed directions
Insider tips to get around like a local, avoid trouble spots and be safe on the road - local driving rules, parking, toll roads
Essential infoat your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices
Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sightseeing, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss
Useful features - including Stretch Your Legs,Detours, Link Your Trip
Covers Arizona, Route 66, the Grand Canyon, Sedona, New Mexico, Taos, Jemez Mountains, Texas, Hill Country, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Zion National Park, Bryce National Park and more
The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Southwest USA’s Best Trips is perfect for exploring the region via the road and discovering sights that are more accessible by car.
Planning a Southwest USA trip sans a car? Lonely Planet’s Southwest USA, our most comprehensive guide to the region, is perfect for exploring both top sights and lesser-known gems.
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