Indianapolis and Louisville (Self Drive)
❮Indianapolis and Louisville (Self Drive)
This 6 night sample itinerary includes:
- Flight into Indianapolis and out of Louisville
- Rental Car for 7 days
- Hotel for 3 nights in Indianapolis
- Hotel for 3 nights in Louisville
Indianapolis - Louisville: 1 hr. 50 mins. approx.
Discover Indiana and Kentucky with this road trip. With this package don't miss the chance to visit this two cities with rich history: Indianapolis and Louisville; both as Union strongholds during the American Civil War. Also both have transitioned beautifully into modern cities with diverse activities to enjoy; whether travelling as family, couple or in groups. Combine these destinations with a Rental-Car. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Indianapolis, INDay 1Day 4Departing from Indianapolis, IN
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Hot dogs, Hollywood, Historical Personalities, Baseball, Mount Rushmore, The Grand Canyon, American Football, and the Golden Gate Bridge are just a few of the iconic landmarks, foods, and sports that the United States of American is known for. The USA is the most dominant economic and military powerhouse in the entire world, the most famous country in the world. The US is known for its sports, good culture, music, movies, technological innovations, and historical personalities. From the glitz and glam of Hollywood filled with movie stars and celebrities to the stunning coastlines of the Gulf of Mexico and the wild shores of Maine, the US offers 50 states to visit boasting a variety of landscapes and stunning attractions.
Indianapolis claims to fame revolve mostly around sports. The Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 and the Mac Tools U.S. Nationals allow the city to boast the two largest single-day sporting events in the world and the world's largest drag race. Add in the Indianapolis Colts, the NBA Pacers and the NCAA headquarters, and it's easy to understand why sports can overshadow everything else the city has to offer.If you take time to look around, though, you'll find that Indianapolis's pride extends well beyond the racecourse.
Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights Must See`s: Indianapolis Zoo, Indiana State Museum, White River State Park, Fort Harrison State Park, Eagle Creek Park, Monument Circle, Indiana World War Memorial and much more.
Louisville is Kentucky`s largest city, it is home to both the Kentucky Derby and the Muhammad Ali Center, the gymnasium where his boxing career began, his childhood home, and his burial place at Cave Hill Cemetery. Here, you can sip some of the world`s finest spirits along the Urban Bourbon Trail, visit landmarks honoring some of history`s greatest influencers, and dine at award-winning restaurants. You can also take a short trip to Hodgenville, the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln and stroll the 45-block Old Louisville district, America's largest Victorian architecture district, filled with stately mansions dating from 1880 to 1910. As anyone who comes here soon discovers, Louisville is one of the most uniquely authentic destinations on the planet. Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights Must See`s: The Churchill Downs, the Louisville Zoo, the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, the Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay, the Louisville Mega Cavern, the Muhammad Ali Center, the Waterfront Park, the Speed Art Museum and so much more!
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Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Indianapolis Zoo, Indiana State Museum, White River State Park, Fort Harrison State Park, Eagle Creek Park, Monument Circle, Indiana World War Memorial and much more.
Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
The Churchill Downs, the Louisville Zoo, the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, the Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay, the Louisville Mega Cavern, the Muhammad Ali Center, the Waterfront Park, the Speed Art Museum and so much more!