We love a road trip. The lure of adventure, the open road in front of you, just begging to be driven. We’ve road tripped all over Europe in our motorhome, on a motorbike and in cars and all of our road trips are suitable for whatever mode of transport you choose. You’ll find detailed road trip itineraries, routes and maps to help you plan, alongside ideas and suggestions to inspire your next trip, wherever that may be.
Who’s ready for a motorhome trip? Researching and planning motorhome trips can take a lot of research, or none at all depending on how you want to travel. Find out how to plan an epic motorhome road trip in our ultimate guide complete with step by step road trip planner.
Planning a trip to Italy? This gorgeous country is perfect for a road trip. Compact and with all the best bits in the middle, you’ll be blown away by the landscapes, architecture and food in this sublime country. Take a bucket list road trip to Italy and see it for yourself!
The Amalfi Coast road, the SS163, is a 50km spectacular stretch of tarmac, hugging the cliffs and coves of the Tyrrhenian Sea. This slither of gravity-defying road runs from the Sorrento peninsula to Salerno, twisting and winding it’s way past pastel painted villages and the most incredible views.
Sicily is a gem of a island, with history rich in Greek and Roman architecture, fascinating ancient ruins and incredible natural wonders. Take a Sicily road trip and you’ll also find a modern day playground of superb hiking, water sports and vibrant cities ensuring there is something here for everyone.
Andalucia epitomises southern Spain for most visitors; vibrant, colourful and passionate. This road trip itinerary will take you to the major cities and best places to visit in Andalucia Spain, bringing the country alive. If you’re looking for a longer holiday, just throw in some beach time!
Europe is perfect for an epic road trip; from the rolling fields of Tuscany, the soaring mountains of the Sierra Nevada to lux living in the South of France, you can find whatever suits your taste and travel style. Whether you have a week, a month or a year, our top fifteen bucket list road trips in Europe will give you plenty of inspiration to get on the road.
A road trip in the stunning country of Morocco will take you from the sparking turquoise waters of the coast, through the dramatic snow-capped Atlas mountains. You’ll head into some of the craziest cities on earth and take the long road east to the rose gold dunes of the Sahara. With such a diverse landscape and wonderfully welcoming people, what’s stopping you from hitting the tarmac and taking a Moroccan road trip?
Do you love a good road trip? Is it more about the journey than the destination? From challenging drives, to incredible views and a few off the beaten track choices, these are some of the best driving roads in Europe.
If you love taking your holidays in mountains and walking, then head to the Pyrenees for some amazing hiking routes! The combination of clean air, spectacular views and well maintained trails make hiking the Pyrenees an absolute pleasure. We think these are amongst the best hikes in the Pyrenees.
The beautiful region of Puglia in southern Italy is just perfect for a road trip. Puglia has it all; rolling countryside, miles of gorgeous beaches, vibrant towns and delicious local produce. This cool, laid-back and unspoilt part of Italy is an awesome road trip destination.
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The fascinating Covao dos Conchos, high in the Serra da Estrela natural park in Portugal is called the ‘eye’ by locals. This incredible man-made hole is actually a spillway and well worth the short hike to get up close to the mesmerising spectacle, set deep in the rugged Portuguese mountains.
While Reykjavik may be one of Europe’s smaller capital cities, what it lacks in size it makes up for in breathtaking views, quirky architecture, and a charming and eminently walkable city centre. If you have a limited amount of time to explore, check out our 36 hour Reykjavik guide.
Palermo is a deliciously intense city, full of dazzling cathedrals and grand parks, chaotic marketplaces, and endless cups of espresso. The Palermo tourism experience is bold and intense – even to visit Palermo in 36 hours will leave you with plenty of impressions and memories.