The United Kingdom is a wonderful little island country to explore by car. It is replete with idyllic, picturesque country landscapes that are as pretty as a painting, perfect motorways, and friendly people.
The best way to discover this country would be by road as you get to chart your own itinerary and schedule, decide your own timings, how long you are going to spend in a certain village or town, and even spend time exploring one place more than another if it catches your fancy. This is a country that offers a variety of diverse options for road trips, so read on to get some ideas of where to go on your next holiday!
London to Brighton: Driving this distance of 90 km from the heart of London will take you to the idyllic coastal town of Brighton, which will make you forget all about the hustle and bustle of the city in no time at all.
Glasgow to Inverness: This is a 275-kilometre stretch of road that takes you up and down scenic Scotland. You will also drive through Cairngorms National Park. Inverness is home to the famed and mythic Loch Ness Monster. This is one road trip that will have your camera clicking away to glory!
Norfolk Northern Coast: This drive is all of 150 kilometre long and you will find all that is quintessentially British here-from coastal villages to quaint little pubs, flint cottages, markets, and gentle rolling hills. You will cover several historic villages that have retained their old-world charm.
The Cotswolds: This 150 kilometre drive from London will take you to a place where you find the most overwhelming natural beauty, and a place that will make you understand why most of the celebrities in the UK have made a second home there!
The Lake District: William Wordsworth wrote most of his poetry in awe of the landscape here, and you will understand why once you drive through this area that boasts of unforgettable beauty. You will enjoy the views of Lake Thirlmere, Lake Windermere, and Lakeland Fells.
The Atlantic Highway (from Lynmouth to Newquay): Another of the scenic road trips that are a must-do in the UK, this will take you through the Exmoor National Park which are famous for its wild horses. In Boscastle town, you can even find the castle that is reported to be the birthplace of King Arthur.
Scottish Highlands: For the most breathtakingly beautiful views in the United Kingdom, nothing can beat the Scottish Highlands, where you can also visit some of the most famous and finest distilleries as part of your road trip for an extra punch!
So get packing and get ready for your next adventure with this list of the best UK road trips!