In case you’re starting to think about your next holiday destination, have a look at this list of some of the world’s most beautiful roads.
Touge Roads of Mount Fuji, Japan – Asia
Mount Fuji is located in Japan. This is one of Japan’s highest mountain and a recognisable symbol of the country. You can find breathtaking views of the mountain while driving. Look out on the famous Lake Yamanaka below. The viewing spots can be a bit crowded, but keep driving and eventually you will find a nice spot to enjoy the view.
Route 40 Argentina – South America
Argentina is a country ideal for a car trip. You can ride through very special and spectacular routes with while you are traveling with your car. For example, choose the Ruta 40, which runs across some 5,000 kilometers along the Andes from north to south. This is not a standard road, this is the longest road in Argentina. You can get on a month long road trip on this road.
Chapman’s Peak Drive, South Africa – Afrika
Ask as a tourist in Cape Town ten locals to their favorite spots in Cape Town and you’ll hear at least three times; ” You gotta do Chappies ‘.’Chappies’ is the nickname of Chapman’s Peak Drive, one of the most famous attractions of Cape Town. With its winding roads and amazing views is Chapman’s Peak Drive not only a tourist attraction but also a popular photographic and filming location for car commercials.
Amalfi Coast Road, Italy – Europe
Not suitable for the faint of heart, the impressive views That can be seen from the Amalfi Coast make this one of the best road to travel by car in the world: With sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages, this road is about 36 km long and connects the little city of “Vietri sul Mare” to the west of Positano. Driving along the Amalfi Coast is an unforgettable experience to try When you spend a holiday in Italy.
Route 66, USA, North America
Among all possible routes scattered in the United States, none compares with the legendary Route 66: This is the “Pure America”, the America of the Great American Dream, the Road that crossed thousands of people to California in search of’ El Dorado, of wealth, of richness.
The Route 66 goes through 8 states and after 3 time zones, ending at the Santa Monica Pier in California, with a distance of about 2,500 miles (4,000 km).
Great Ocean Road, Melbourne, Australia
Some locals have dubbed the Great ocean Road “big asphalt sea serpent” for the way it flows sinuously along the beaches: 253 km that runs along the entire south-eastern Australian coast. It goes through the surf beaches, small sea towns, and rainforests. Kangaroos and koalas watching us from a distance while we speed with our car, waiting for the moment you take off sunglasses to appreciate the immense oceanic scenarios, and with a little luck, also spot the whales in the ocean.