The Blues Highway

From $1599 (was $1949)

Per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

11 Days
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The Blues Highway Tour Details

The mournful, joyful, soulful notes of the blues are the true heartbeat of America—and this tour celebrates every chord that created America’s signature sound. Immerse yourself in music as you visit the cities that defined the blues, from Chicago down to the Big Easy!

Trip Includes

Sightseeing
  • Chicago
  • St. Louis
  • Nashville
  • Memphis
  • Clarksdale
  • Natchez
  • New Orleans
Hotel Accommodations
  • 10 Nights
  • Moderate hotels based on twin/double occupancy
Meals
  • 8 Breakfasts and 1 Lunch
Service
  • A professionally trained local tour director who is knowledgeable of the area and will provide you with a wealth of information. Their friendly service will make your trip a memorable experience.
Baggage Handling
  • To and from your hotel room throughout your land tour for one piece of Checked Baggage per person.

Activity Level

Activity Level Active


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Tour Highlights

  • Included Chicago and Nashville City Tours
  • Backstage tour of the famous Grand Ole Opry House
  • Admission to Sun Studio, one of Johnny Cash’s favorite places in Memphis to record
  • Visit Graceland, the legendary home of Elvis Presley
  • Visit St. Louis’ National Blues Museum and Mississippi’s B.B. King Museum
  • Enjoy live jazz music and an authentic southern lunch at B.B. King’s Club Ebony

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You can move travel dates easily and without incurring cancellation fees or penalties. You can change your land tour date anytime up to 45 days prior to departure and your cruise tour up to 95 days prior to departure. See our 2021 Peace of Mind Program for more details.

A worry-free experience for our guests is very important to us. With guest's help and the implementation of a few changes and new protocols such as increased sanitization, responsible social distancing, and enhanced tour director training, you can continue to enjoy peace-of-mind while traveling. For more information on our new safety protocols, please see our Travel Safe Program.

Guests do not need a passport or visa for this tour. Starting October 1, 2021, guests are required to have a REAL ID-compliant identification which includes REAL ID-compliant driver's licenses, US passports, US passport cards, US military IDs, and federally recognized tribal-issues photo IDs.

A full list can be found here: https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification

Before this date, any government-issued ID, including any state driver's license and any federal ID, will suffice.

You will need U.S. dollars.

No, guests will not need to bring adapters or converters as the U.S. use standard 110V plugs.



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