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Route 66 includes two of Missouri’s largest cities, notable attractions, scenic views and motor courts harkening to a bygone area. Missouri is home to more than 450 km of the « Mother Road. » Popular stops include the Chain of Rocks Bridge, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, National Museum of Transportation, Meramac Caverns, Wagon Wheel Motel, Munger Moss Motel, History Museum on the Square, Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven, Gary’s Gay Parita Sinclair Station and 66 Drive-In.

Nothing beats the beauty of the Ozarks. Stretching across the south of Missouri, the region boats lake destinations offering outdoor recreation, live music venues, the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, a U.S. National Park and federally protected river system. Explore Lake of the Ozarks, offering more coastline than California. Hike the popular Ha Ha Tonka State Park and explore the castle ruins. Cross the Ozark Trail passing wet-weather waterfalls, bluffs and valleys. Cool off at the waterfalls at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park or climb old pink granite boulders at Elephant Rocks State Park!

Make your way to Branson for live entertainment. Dollar City, an 1880s-styled amusement park, offers roller coaster rides, demonstrations from local craftsmen and some delicious Ozark cuisine.

Contact: Article Onze Tourisme, Representation of Travel South USA in France, Marie Loyola, Email: mloyola@articleonze.com