Indianapolis via New-York and Chicago

During this trip you will discover two of the major cities in the United States, New York & Chicago. Barrack Obama calls Chicago his home town and you will see why when you visit. New York, always so attractive and impressive is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has endless possibilities for what you can do here. Once you have reached Pittsburgh go to Mount Washington for the best city skyline view or to Sandcastle Water Park for an adrenaline boost. In Philadelphia the Morris Arboretum is a wonderful place to watch birds, plants and interesting sculptures. The catedrals in Philadelphia are also worthwhile visiting on a lovely day. The exciting metropolitan zoo in Cleveland is a great day activity or go to the West Side Market for the widest range of products. Chicago, home to 552 parks and more than 7,300 restaurants, it offers a great diversity of activities. This route keeps you surprising of all the beauty and fun the United States has to offer. The ride from Indianapolis to Indianapolis by NY and Chicago will be an easy and relaxing trip. Usually you won’t have to face any challenges, except the odd traffic jam near suburbs of the big cities.

Recommended vehicles:

Couple: We recommend you the Euro Tourer, really convenient for this kind of road.

Family: We suggest you to hire the Sunrise Escape. You won’t waste your time or your money with this reliable RV.


Day 1: Indianapolis to Cincinnati, OH
Day 2: Cincinnati, OH to Pittsburgh, PA
Day 3: Pittsburgh, PA to Philadelphia, PA
Day 4: Philadelphia, PA
Day 5: Philadelphia, PA to New York, NY
Day 6: New York, NY
Day 7: New York, NY
Day 8: New York, NY to Cleveland, OH
Day 9: Cleveland, OH to Chicago, IL
Day 10: Chicago, IL
Day 11: Chicago, IL
Day 12: Chicago, IL to Indianapolis


Location: Cincinnati Union Terminal | Photographer: B. Riga  | Copyright:


Cincinnati is well known for its fantastic architecture and for being one the most liveable cities in the United States. Go explore the Contemporary Arts Centre, the Cincinnati Art Museum and take a walk around the city. More Info

Location: Pittsburgh City | Photographer:  | Copyright:


The view of the skylines of Pittsburgh from Duquesne and Monongahela incline was ranked by several magazines as the second most beautiful view in the United States. More Info

Location:Philadelphia Skyline in daylight | Photographer:  | Copyright:


With its great historic past, Philadelphia will transport you to another time. Go visit the Old City to discover one of the most interesting histories of the United States. More Info

Location: Statue of Liberty New York | Photographer: Rob Young | Copyright:

New York City

From Central Park to the Empire State Building through to the Statue of Liberty, you will be impressed by this amazing city. More Info

Location: Flinders Ranges and Outback | Photographer: Milton Wordley | Copyright: South Australian Tourism Commission


Feel the experience of one of the last indoor public markets in the United State and certainly one of the biggest ones. Afterwards have a walk into the Rocky River Reservation and you will understand why this city is known as the Forest City. More Info


President Barrack Obama and his wife Michelle call Chicago their home. It’s easy to understand when you visit this incredible city, notably with Millennium Park and its 24.5 acres of green space or Navy Pier which attracts about 8 million visitors each year. More Info


Explore the 3rd most populous city of the United States
This major city of the United States, will keep you thoroughly entertained no matter what you are into. Take a look at this video to see why Chicago is such a great place to visit.

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