The best road trip route through Europe

As a follow-up to my article on Caucasus travel, I think it is also interesting to map road trips for Europe. If you want to learn more about road trips in the Caucasus, check out the previous article.

Europe is a vast continent with a variety of cultures, so I cannot choose a series of sites that satisfy everyone. It is impossible to watch all the attractions at once without regrets.

However, recently I saw a map drawn by Randy Olso and he published a nice article that lists the travel routes in Europe. Unfortunately, I don’t know what went wrong. The map he provided does not work. I can only find information from other websites to organize. I will provide a readable google map in this article.


Google Map

These sites seem to be the perfect solution for exploring the European continent, so I have carefully studied this map, which shows an epic road trip through Europe.

Overall, the trip covered 16,287 miles (26,211 kilometers) and 14 days of driving time. 14 days here refers to 24 hours a day driving uninterrupted.

Therefore, if you do not plan to die in the car, this road trip is expected to take at least 4 months. I think if you want to have a relaxed mood, then you should spend 5 months on this trip.

If you are a travel lover and have made many long trips. You may notice that the five-month time span is relatively large, and that Europe is in the northern hemisphere, and the climate change brought by the season should be considered.

In this trip, the starting point of the trip is a question worth considering. Therefore, if you want to fully enjoy the European customs and reduce the inconvenience caused by climate change, then it is best to start the journey in March. As for the location, I suggest choosing Turkey.


Docking station

  1. Istanbul, Turkey
  2. Sighisoara, Mures County, Romania
  3. Budapest, Hungary
  4. Vienna, Austria
  5. Prague, Czech Republic
  6. Krakow, Poland
  7. Jägala Waterfall, 74205 Harjumaa, Estonia
  8. Lapland, Finland
  9. ICEBAR, Marknadsvägen, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
  10. Bergen, Norway
  11. Copenhagen, Denmark
  12. Berlin, Germany
  13. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  14. Keukenhof, Stationsweg, Lisse, Netherlands
  15. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  16. Inverness, United Kingdom
  17. Ballybunion, Ireland
  18. Cliffs of Moher, Clare, Ireland
  19. Cornwall, England
  20. Stonehenge, Amesbury, United Kingdom
  21. London, United Kingdom
  22. Brussels, Belgium
  23. Paris, France
  24. Pamplona, Spain
  25. Lagos, Portugal
  26. Granada, Spain
  27. Ibiza, Spain
  28. Barcelona, Spain
  29. Luberone, Bonnieux, France
  30. Nice, France
  31. Monte Carlo, Monaco
  32. Interlaken, Switzerland
  33. Innsbruck, Austria
  34. Munich, Germany
  35. Pag, Croatia
  36. Venice, Italy
  37. Tuscany, Italy
  38. Florence, Italy
  39. Rome, Italy
  40. Vatican City
  41. Amalfi, Italy
  42. Gozo, Malta
  43. Dubrovnik, Croatia
  44. Santorini, Thira, Greece
  45. Rila Monastery, Rilski manastir, Bulgaria

This article serves only as a table of contents. I will write specific lines later. Please continue to follow my website.

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