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The Historic National Road begins right here at the waters edge in the Inner Harbour and wanders out of the city via Baltimore, Ohio Railroad Museum and historic neighbourhoods including Union Square once home to legendary writer, H L Mencken.
Distance: 75 miles
Distance: 220 miles
Continue along the Historic National Road to Waynesboro via Cumberland. Learn about Cumberland's role in the new frontier by taking a leisurely boat tour along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and visit George Washington's log cabin. Enjoy an evening meal in the downtown historic area of Waynesboro in one of their many unique restaurants.
Distance: 145 miles
Today embrace the breathtaking Skyline Drive to Front Royal. This famous route was constructed over 70 years ago to enable lovers of the new fashion for motor car touring to see at first hand the drama and beauty of the Shenandoah National Park.
The experience combines the protected setting of the National Park with two visitor centres, miles of hiking trails, and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Highlights of the route from Waynesboro to Front Royal include rare, geologic formations formed deep in the earth, stunning overlooks and cascading waterfalls.
Distance: 75 miles
Washington DC- Central Washington DC is a planned city of glorious vistas, wide open boulevards, impressive monuments and grand museums. But city neighbourhoods like Georgetown and Adams Morgan, have a much less structured feel. Alive with coffee shops, bistros, jazz clubs, nightlife and great shopping, Georgetown comes to life as central DC turns out the lights while Adams Morgan is a multi-cultural bazaar of unique shops and dining options.
This is your last day before you fly home, however your tour doesn't have to end here. Why not plan in some extra time and head into Washington DC for a few days and explore the capital? Or maybe relax in Virginia Beach before heading home?
Call the specialists at Bon Voyage to discuss your dream Capital Region Byways Tour.