Deep South and Florida
Rich in history and culture, known for the hot weather, the Deep South is perhaps the most charming part of the US
A minimum of 10 nights
Hotels from 2 to 5 star
New Orleans, LA
From the romantic French Quarter, the indulgent food, to the jazz heritage and citizens full of energy. It is hard not to fall in love with this beautiful city.
Visit Clarksdale to learn about the blues heritage and then be sure to stop at Tupelo, the home of Elvis.
With monuments to Martin Luther King, Civil Rights and Hank Williams, there is plenty to see in the capital of Alabama.
The birthplace of Martin Luther King and home to US icons CNN and Coca-Cola, this buzzing capital of the South will not disappoint.
Enriched by the culture of the nearby Sea Islands, this is perhaps the finest old town in all of America.
Absorb the charms of this city with its moss-tangled squares and historic homes. Simply ravishing.
St. Augustine, FL
The oldest town in America, founded by the Spanish in 1565. This town may be old, but it is still as gorgeous as can be, not to mention relaxing.
The Florida coast is studded with great beaches and attractions such as the Kennedy Space Center, but it's hard to top Miami and fabulous, Art Deco South Beach.
Key West, FL
End up travelling spectacular US-1 across the Keys to America's party-hard Caribbean outpost.