This blog post marks the final chapter Avis best road trips in the World series. It will explore road trips to; the Scottish Highlands, the Cotswolds and Provence.
8. The Scottish Highlands, Scotland
The Scottish Highlands is a beautiful historical place with hills, luscious green landscapes and national parks. This location is also well known for its rich historical landmarks, castles such as: Balnagown Castle, Brodie Castle and Carbisdale Castle, just to name a few.
You can start your road trip in Edinburgh and cross the iconic Forth Road Bridge towards Perth. From there head up into the Grampian Mountains and enjoy the spectacular scenery – woodlands and beautiful river valleys.
9. The Cotswolds, Cirencester
The Cotswold is said to be one of the most visited places in England. It is surrounded by quintessentially English towns such as: Gloucester, Cirencester, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham.
The roads surrounding these towns are said to have existed in the time of the Roman occupation of Britain. Visit the local churches and get to know the history of this astounding region. Take a pit stop every once and a while at the numerous historical landmark such as Berkeley Castle, Buscot Park, Blenheim Palace and many more.
10. Provence, France
If you are looking for a relaxing exploration of a beautiful European destination, then why not visit Provence. An area littered with countless picturesque villages perched on hilltops and is located in the south-eastern part of France. Start your road trip from Lyon and head south bound. Drive through Valence, Montélimar and Avignon and arrive at Aix-en-Provence and begin touring the Provence region.
Visit during the summer and stop by the cities of Arles, Aix and Avignon. Seek out the Ancient City of Le Beaux which is built on a large rock and experience the breath-taking and spectacular view.
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