10 of The World’s Greatest Roads to Drive
Do you enjoy going on exhilarating road trips or visiting new places? If you do, we’ve put together a list of our top 10 roads to drive in the world.
The Pan-American Highway
This is the longest “motorable road” in the world at an impressive 48,000kms long. This amazing highway starts in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and the journey goes through many diverse climates which drivers should prepare for.
Highway 1, Big Sur, California
This highway is well known for running along some stunning coastlines and offers phenomenal views.
Seven Mile Bridge, Florida, USA
This is one of the longest bridges in the world and looks spectacular. This impressive bridge has features in major films including 2 Fast 2 Furious and Mission Impossible III.
Arthur’s Pass, New Zealand
This is an impressive mountain pass in New Zealand’s southern Alps. It offers breath-taking views with bridges, waterfalls, shingle-filled riverbeds and much more.
This is one of the highest and most scenic Irish mountain passes. However, it’s a narrow winding road so you should take extra caution when driving along it.
Jurassic Coast Dorset
Enjoy a quiet road trip along this beautiful coast to see spectacular views. This is a World Heritage Site featuring excellent coastline, picturesque villages and hills.
Stelvio Pass, Italy
This is an iconic mountain pass which offers excellent views. However, beware this route features many sharp bends and sheer drops so be careful.
Great Ocean Road, Australia
This is an Australian National Heritage which is often visited by tourists. On this road trip you can see 12 Apostles, stunning waterfalls and much more.
Furka Pass, Switzerland
This is a high picturesque mountain pass located in the Swiss Alps and was used as a location in the James Bond film Goldfinger. Enjoy an exhilarating road trip in one of Switzerland’s snowiest regions.
A beautiful mountain pass located in the Lake District, Cumbria. It has an altitude of 1,489 feet at its peak making it the highest pass (A592) in the Lake District.