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Most Scenic Drives in Europe


Europe is beautiful all year round. Whether it's the stunning snowcapped mountains or the setting sun, there's no better way to see Europe than by car.

Taking in spectacular scenery and touring from village to village at your own convenience is just bliss! Spend a day or a whole week, the choice is yours.

1 The Amalfi Drive, Italy

The Amalfi coastal drive is simply astounding, stretching for 9 miles between the southern Italian towns of Sorrento and Amalfi. The twisting coastal roads are thrilling and picturesque villages lining the sea cliffs, just breathtaking. Combining fresh coastal air with beautiful nature, the Amalfi Drive is a real treat!

2 The Rhine Valley, Germany

The Rhine is hundreds of miles long but it is the 36 mile stretch between Koblenz and Bingen that you really must see. One of the most popular tourist areas in Germany, the Rhine Valley is lined with castles on nearly every hilltop and vineyards covering the slopes - an incredibly attractive and unique region, spectacular in every season! Hop on one of the many boat tours and experience the Rhine Valley from the famous river for that really relaxing experience.

3 Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos, Spain

Known in English as the 'Route of the White Villages', this is a fabulous drive. Far away from the big cities, pass through beautiful Andalucian towns and villages boasting bright white houses and buildings that glimmer in the Mediterranean sun. Inspired architecture, flamenco dancers and world class wine - this quietly understated region has it all!

4 Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria

Opened in 1935, this famous Alpine highway attracts over 1 million tourists every year. Gazing over the peaks for over 3 hours on this incredible 30 mile drive, motorists cross a unique landscape brimming with fragrant alpine forests, rocky outcrops and icy cliffs to the Grossglockner, Austria's highest mountain and the second most prominent peak in the Alps. The panoramic views will take your breath away!

5 Vézère Valley, Dordogne, France

This drive along the Vézère River, a tributary of the Dordogne, is spectacular. You'll pass through idyllic French countryside and quaint medieval towns and villages, many that have led to the valley being classed a World Heritage Site. Discover unspoilt nature and magical sites teeming with the majesty of historic Aquitaine in this southwestern region, as French as they come!

If you are lucky enough to go on one of these holidays, your first priority should be to cover you and your family with the insurance security they deserve.

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If you are travelling soon, have a great trip!





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