Interstate 75 is in United States.
Interstate 75 is an important north-south highway in the eastern United States. It runs 1,786.47 miles from Florida to Michigan, through Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio. It is the 7th longest U.S. Interstate highway. It was completed in 1986. Most of Interstate 75 is 6 lanes. The southern terminus is in the city of Hialeah, a suburb of Miami. The northern terminus is in the city of Sault Sainte Marie, near the U.S.-Canada border. Driving straight from Hialeah to Sault Sainte Marie would take about 26 hours.
It is possible to start at either end of the route.
In Ohio be sure to stop at Bowling Green, Ohio. A convenient Visitors Center is located right off of Interstate 75 exit 181. Take a self-guided tour of the city's highlights and enjoy hometown hospitality amid a charming historic district with locally-owned shops, galleries and restaurants.
Day 1: Hialeah to Fort Myers, Florida
Day 2: Fort Myers to Tampa, Florida
Retrace your steps back to Interstate 75. The drive to Tampa takes about 2 1/2 hours. You will pass through the cities of Port Charlotte and Sarasota, as well as several other towns. After about 150 miles, take exit 256 to Tampa onto Lee Roy Selmon Expressway/Florida 618/Crosstown Expressway. Stay on the Expressway for 6 miles and then take exit 9 onto North 22nd Street. About 1/2 mile later, turn left onto County Road 574/East 7th Avenue. At the intersection of East 7th Avenue and North 14th Street is the Hampton Inn and Suites.