Where does Interstate 64
States Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Virginia, West Virginia
Cities in Illinois: Mount Vernon
in Indiana: Evansville
in Kentucky: Ashland, Frankfort, Lexington, Louisville
in Missouri: St. Louis
in Virginia: Charlottesville, Lexington, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Staunton, Williamsburg
in West Virginia: Beckley, Charleston, Huntington, White Sulphur Springs
Brief description of The Intesrtate 64 is a touristically very interesting, but little-known route. It begins near the most beautiful Atlantic beaches in Virginia Beach, passing through one of the most important historic places in the U.S., Williamsburg to Charlottesville, a small university town, famous for its university, especially for the law faculty. Edgar Allen Poe, the 28th president of the US, Woodrow Wilson, Robert F. Kennedy and Javier Solana studied here. Monticello, the house that President Thomas Jefferson designed and can be seen on every 5 ¢coin, is nearby. McCormick, the inventor of the combine, comes from Steels Taverns. Lexinton is a military City, the last major General was George Marshall, to whom Germany owes the Marshall Plan. The Route continues to White Sulpher Springs, a former presidential seaside resort that is still one of the top resorts in the United States. You emdet at the gateway to the West in St. Louis.
Length 960 miles or 1,547 km
Fee requirement Interstate 64 is between Charleston and Beckley in West Virginia. It runs hirt on the West Virgina Turnpike of the West Virginia Parkways Economic Development abd Tourism Authority
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