If you’ve always dreamed of a road trip in Europe, you need to check out the awesome ebook by Kwik Fit which shares some of the best #RoadtripsOfEurope.
I didn’t get a chance to drive when I was in Europe, but I’m planning a massive road trip in a year or two, and this ebook has inspired me. Here are some of the best road trips to choose from if you’re planning a similar trip:
Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, Austria
You don’t need to be able to pronounce the name, you just need to be able to drive it. And this is a road trip you don’t want to miss. This high alpine mountain pass weaves through the Austrian Alps and you’ll be stunned by the scenery surrounding you as you drive through the most impressive national park in Austria. This is a 48km road trip, reaching more than 2,500m high, and is known as one of the most scenic road trips in Europe.
Route 500, Germany
You’ve probably heard of the Black Forest, but did you know that you can drive through it? This road trip takes you through the mountains, where you’ll see some of the most incredible views in the world. Stop off in Baden to relax in the thermal springs, check out Hohenbaden castle, and take plenty of breaks for those Instagram moments.
Most people are aware that Norway is an incredibly beautiful country, but few know about the ‘Trolls Path’, which is one of the most winding roads in Europe. Don’t miss the Stigfossen Waterfall and the famous Norwegian fjords, just watch out for tumbling rocks along the way.
Ring of Kerry, Ireland
I don’t know about you, but whenever I imagine traveling in Ireland I imagine doing it by car. You’ll see some of the most impressive landscapes in the world, with forests, beaches, fishing harbors, and mountain ranges. Take your time and plan for plenty of stops along the way.
Route One, Iceland
Iceland is becoming one of the most visited destinations for tourists, but I don’t know many people who have been lucky enough to do the Route One road trip. You’ll get to see the Blue Lagoon, gawk at spectacular waterfalls, and see geysers erupting with boiling water. If you’re lucky, you may even spot a whale or two and get to see the incredible Northern Lights.