6 Best Road Trips In London
That feeling you get when you could just hire a car and set it at your own pace, surfing the whole of a place is so over whelming.
Having been one of the most visited places in the world, London over the years has attracted lots of tourists. The definitive list presented here will give you the best trip to London you could ever experience.
- Cardiff to Conwy, Wale
One of the best ways to see in Wales is by driving from coast to coast. The A470 runs all the way from Cardiff in the south to Conwy in the north, taking in two Natinal Parks.
You begin from the Welsh capital, then move through the South Wales Coalfield to the Brecon Beacons.
When you reach the Heartland of Wales, you will pass by the Llyn Clywedog reservoir and then to the market town of Dolgellau, before heading over to the northern mountains of Snowdonia to Conwy.
Top tip: avoid huge luggage so as to ensure smooth and fast trip especially at the mountains.
2. Atlantic Highway, South West England
Been amongst the longest roads in the South West, the A39 connects Bath to Falmouth.
The road doesn’t get close to the coast as such you will be able to make lots of breathtaking views of the Atlantic as you pass Bude, through Camelford and to Wadebridge.
Top tip: there might be traffic on A39 as such it is best avoided in peak holidays to avoid congestions.
Distance and duration: 77 miles, 1-2 days.
3.Snake Pass- Peak District, England
This located in the Derbyshire section of the peak district, which crosses the Pennines and Ladybower Reservoir.
It also carries the A57, a road that coonects Sheffield with Manchester.
Top tip: snug corners might be present and twisting tarmac as you tackle the tangled route.
Distance and duration: 42 miles, 3 days.
4.Cheddar Gorge- Somerset, England
This is located in the heart of the West Country. It is located 10 miles South West of Bristol and 8 miles east of Weston-Super-Mare.
An amazing view makes tourists to stare in awe, the road appears as though the earth is opening up to reveal deep-sliced limestone cliff.
Top tip: Got to be careful with twisting turns as you surge your way into this fabulous route.
Distance and duration: 15 miles, 2 days.
5.Chase Welsh dragons over the Black Mountain Pass
This rolls between Llandovery in the north, crossing the dragon’s humps of Pont Aber and Herbert’s Pass pat nice viewing points, before sinking low and cascading down to Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen.
Top tip: make sure you tackle the route north to south.
Distance: 1 day.
6. Causeway Coastal Route, Northern Ireland
Here the route is made up of nine scenic drives, this will make you able to make the journey in bits such that you will be able to enjoy each and every bit of your journey.
You get to see lots of the Northern Ireland’s main tourist attractions and Land marks. Places such as; the Glens of Antrim, Dark hedges, The Giant’s Causeway.
Top tip: be at alert with your wing mirrors because most of the route are narrow.
Distance and duration: 120 miles, 3-5 days.
It is time to plan for your road trip from London. Hope you found these routes enchanting? Go to your travel agent now and make your bookings.