Have you ever truly travelled in your Citroën? Or are you doing similar journeys over and over again? If you want to discover the joy of driving and experience some new sights, then jump in the car, prepare your driving music playlist, and increase your love of getting behind the wheel.
If you want to feel like you’re driving through the pages of a novel, Yorkshire is the county for you. Vast moors, cosy restaurants with roaring fires, and roads that seem to drive into the sky.
From the hustle and bustle of London, to the peaceful unspoilt fields of the Cotswolds, it’s the journey from city driving to the country roads which makes this drive so remarkable.
If your legs can handle it, climb to the top of Cleeve Hill. The highest point in the Cotswolds, you can see over Cheltenham Racecourse, and on a clear day into Wales. It’s 1,083ft. high, so make sure you have decent walking shoes in the boot!
Why drive through one national park, when you can drive through two? See the incredible sights of Wales, with plenty of walking spots along the way.
The Highlands are one of the most breathtaking places in the UK. Surrounded by magnificent lakes, looming mountains, historical castles and abbeys.
Two of Northern Ireland’s most famous landmarks, Lough Neagh and Giant’s Causeway. Explore the lough before you set off, and then head up to the Causeway.
The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site formed by volcanic activity which occurred 50 to 60 million years ago. However, legend has it that the Giant’s Causeway was created by Finn the giant, to make his way across the water to fight the Scottish giant Benandonner.