The road trip below stops at the Trip Advisor-rated Best City to Visit in every contiguous U. This road trip will more-or-less follow the same path as the major U. landmarks trip, covering a slightly shorter 12,290 mile (19,780 km) route around the U. Some larger states — like California and Texas — may have multiple cities you’d like to visit, so it’s probably worthwhile to stop at other larger cities along the route.
You may note that cities from North Dakota, Vermont, and West Virginia are missing.
I’ve included a visualization of a genetic algorithm solving a similar routing problem below. The best part is that this road trip is designed so that you can start anywhere on the route as long as you follow it from then on. Here’s the Google Maps of the route:       (Note that Google maps itself only allows 10 waypoints to be routed at a time, hence why there’s multiple Maps links.) Here’s the full list of landmarks in order: If you’re more of a city slicker, the road trip above may not look very appealing to you because it involves spending a lot of time outdoors. If you’re able to drive through Canada without issue, then take the direct route through Canada instead.
After less than a minute, the genetic algorithm reached a near-perfect solution that makes a complete trip around the U. But worry not, for I created a second road trip just for you! Note: Again, there’s an extra stop in Cleveland to force the route between New Hampshire and Michigan to stay in the U. But really, Cleveland is a nice city to stop in (ranked #53 on Trip Advisor).
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