Britain’s 10 Greatest Roads to Drive On

Bored of city life and tired of the monotonous daily grind? If the answer to both is a yes, then probably it’s time to head to the scenic plains for a relaxing break!

To save you the hassle of choosing the perfect getaway, we have shortlisted 10 best Roads to drive on, in Britain.

1. A82 towards Glencoe, Scotland

Located at a two hours’ drive from Glasgow, towards the northwest is Glencoe. It offers a perfect blend of lush green grasslands, icy lochs, and rocky mounts.

2. Hutton-Le-Hole, North Yorkshire, England

For a mesmerizing view and to learn about local life over the past 400 years at the Ryedale Folk Museum, visit Hutton-Le-Hole in North Yorkshire.

3. Humber Bridge, North Lincolnshire/ Yorkshire, England

Visit North Lincolnshire/ Yorkshire to see the historical Humber Bridge. This bridge is 2,220 metre-long and was the longest single span suspension bridge when it was first opened in 1981. It covers the estuary formed by River Trent and River Ouse.

4. The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland

Drive through the picture-perfect, tree-lined avenue of Country Antrim which gained popularity when it was chosen as a filming location in the famous TV series Game of Thrones.

5. B4632 Cheltenham to Stratford, Cotswolds, England

Exit the B4632 and view the Malvern Hills across the Vale of Gloucester. Enter the picturesque town of Winchcombe and drive on further to get to Stratford-upon-Avon.

6. Ballyrush to Cushendun, Antrim Coast Road, Northern Ireland

Devour the beauty of the eastern section of Co Antrim Coast Road while travelling from Ballyrush to Cushendun in Northern Ireland.

7. Inverness to Nairn circular, Scotland

Ride along the coast of Lossiemouth, past distilleries, magnificent castles and into the Cairngorms National Park.

8. Newtownabbey to Cushendall, Northern Ireland

Take a trip to the Glenarm Castle, Londonderry Arms Hotel and explore Glenariff Forest which is thought of as one of the most beautiful green areas of Britain.

9. Abergavenny to Penderyn, Wales

Drive across the south of the Brecon Beacons national park and take a break at Blaenavon ironworks to witness the breath-taking sights of Pen y Fan.

10. Abergwesyn Pass, Wales

Experience a thrilling drive through hairpin bends, bridges, crests and stunning scenes while travelling from Tregaron Town to Llyn Brianne reservoir.

Enjoy an exciting drive while relishing scenic views and discover the Britain you’ve never seen before.

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Posted on Jun 12, 2017



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