Discover a huge variety of experiences in Alabama, all from the comforts of your home on wheels, organised by American As You Like It and Alabama Tourism.
One of the great joys of an RV (recreational vehicle) holiday is that you really can have the freedom of the open road and can come and go as you please, stopping for as long or as short a time as you like in each location.
After a restful night in Nashville, pick up your Cruise America RV and head South to the sounds of Muscle Shoals, the hit recording Capital of the World. In between there is the inspiring Civil Rights Trail that leads you to Birmingham, Selma and Montgomery with a detour to visit the Courthouse of “To Kill a Mocking Bird” in Monroeville before arriving at the cultural melting pot of Mobile and the white sand beaches of Gulf Shores.
America As You Like It has a 14-night RV package with Cruise America to Alabama from £1249 per person, based on four people sharing.
This includes return flights from Heathrow to Nashville with BA, one night at the Nashville Airport Inn and Suites on arrival and 13 nights C25 RV rental, including insurance, unlimited mileage, vehicle kit and personal kits. Price for two people sharing is £1840 per person. Quote “TTM 2020” when you book to get this deal.
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What else is there to do in Alabama?
Explore the great outdoors at Lookout Mountain Parkway, America’s most colourful 100-mile scenic drive with waterfalls, canyons, scenic brow vistas, unique towns and villages and national parks along the way.
A must for any Brit – stop and shop at Unclaimed Baggage, the nation’s only retailer of lost luggage in Scottsboro.
Head towards the high-tech Rocket City of Huntsville to visit the U.S. Space & Rocket Center and learn about its part in the race to the Moon before dropping your home on wheels in Nashville.
Stop and enjoy the Southern hospitality that awaits you on your road trip along with the BBQ’s washed down by bottomless iced tea. Each meal is a celebration, each town has a story to tell, and each stop is unique.