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Top 25 Scenic International Roads To Drive Around The World

Cameron Eittreim May 26, 2020

Manali Highway
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10: Leh-Manali Highway, Himalaya Mountains, India

Normally known for its lush landscapes and yoga, India is also home to some wonderful scenic roads. If you’ve never had the chance to drive over here, you really should. The Manali Highway is far more than your average highway.

Manali highway
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Overlooking the beautiful mountainous region, you’ll see all kinds of unique sights including camels and more. For a truly otherworldly experience, take a trip on the Manali Highway. The highway is just one of many scenic roads of this region.

Bradans adventures
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9: Dadès Gorges, High Atlas, Morocco

Morocco is known for its natural beauty. If you’re on the hunt for the ultimate travel destination, this could be it. The Dadès Gorges, High Atlas, Morocco, is a breathtakingly beautiful piece of natural mountain terraain. The roads are twisty and natural, which makes for an interesting combination. If you love the outdoors you will be taken aback by the scenic beauty that shines in every aspect of this place.

Dadès Gorges, High Atlas, Morocco
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The total package is well worth visiting and you’ll see the fun as you drive. If you have been wanting to travel abroad, the Dadès Gorges, High Atlas, Morocco might be worth a shot. You’ll get to experience one of the most natural mountainous regions in the world.

Route 62, South Africa
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8: Route 62, South Africa

When it comes to beautiful scenic drives, Route 62 in South Africa is beyond beautiful. You might almost mistake this route for Napa Valley in California. There are plenty of vineyards that have made the road a notable tourist destination.

Holiday Pointy
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There’s also an animal reserve on this scenic road, which makes things even more unique to say the least. If you want to experience some of the finest scenic beauty the world has to offer, this is it. The sheer depth of the land has made the landscape a remarkable site.

Trollstigen, Rauma, Norway
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7: Trollstigen, Rauma, Norway

Norway’s back on the list again with a road that’s known as the “troll’s ladder.” What makes this scenic road so unique is the fact it’s a serpentine road. You’ll be overlooking some of the most famous mountains in the region. Take this road on a nice foggy day and you might be reminded of best rally racing. Norway, in general, is one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Trollstigen, Rauma, Norway
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But this highway takes the cake as being one of the most unique. The road was widened in 2015 to accommodate the rise in tourism. At one point the road was difficult to drive on. Now things have become a little more modern. You’ll enjoy yourself when you take the troll’s ladder for a spin.

The Amalfi Coast, Italy
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6: The Amalfi Coast, Italy

For the ultimate Mediterranean experience, the Amalfi Coast is a must-see. Italy prides itself on beautiful coastal regions, and this is no exception. You’ll see some of the most beautiful waters in the world coupled with scenic mountainsides. There’s no doubt that if you have been planning on visiting Italy, this is the best way to do it.

The Amalfi Coast
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The coastal roads are so fun to drive on, and their scenic beauty makes it even better. If you’re renting one of the fine luxury cars from the region you’re in for an amazing time. Most of the time the weather is mild and the sun is beautiful. You can’t go wrong with taking a drive on this Italian road.

Transfăgărășan, Romania
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5: Transfăgărășan, Romania

You don’t often hear too much about this little region, but it’s quite beautiful. Lush mountainscapes cover the area, and balmy weather makes the drive pleasurable. There are long swoops along this road, and even longer straightaways.

Transfăgărășan, Romania
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In regions like this, there’s no such thing as a highway patrol. You can open up the throttle a little bit and enjoy the road. The lush mountain views and the wonderful weather make driving in ths scenic region of Romania something you won’t forget.

Ticlio Pass, Peru
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4: Ticlio Pass, Peru

Another beautiful place in the world is Peru, and it has a lot of scenic areas to drive. If you have a lot of adrenaline and want to enjoy some unreal views, you’ll want to check out Ticlio Pass. This unique driving destination is one of the highest paved roads in Peru.

Ticlio Pass
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You get the beautiful Southern hemisphere and all the beauty that comes with it. There’s truly nothing else like it on the earth. Driving-wise, you’re going to see a lot of amazing sights. The interesting thing about Ticlio Pass is just how many travelers go up and down this road.

Snaefell MountaIn
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3: Snaefell Mountain Road, Isle of Man

If the Isle of Man sounds familiar, it’s because of all of the famous bicycle races held here. Driving this road can seem almost daunting. There are such long open stretches that you need to be one with your vehicle and hit the road right. The road is mostly modern with lots of sights to see. When it comes to driving, there’s nothing better than natural beauty outside your window.

Snaelfell Mountain
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The Isle of Man doesn’t disappoint with natural beauty galore. You’ll be able to have an experience like no other ina very fun place. Driving on this road might intimidate you at first. But once you feel that throttle open up, you’ll have no choice but to enjoy it.

Eureka Highway
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2: Eureka Highway, Canada

As we mentioned multiple times in this list of scenic international roads, Canada is home to quite a bit of natural beauty. If you’ve ever been there, you can tell that Canada prides itself on it. The Eureka Highway is a stretch of pure bliss for drivers. It’s a full 12 miles of natural mountain beauty on a modern road that’s safe enough for your Corvette to go down.

Eureka Highway
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There’s so much to see, you might be stuck on this highway all day. And its close proximity to local tourism attractions makes the Eureka Highway a stellar choice. If you’ve been wanting to explore Canada and see what your ride can do this is the perfect place to get that in motion. The Eureka Highway will present a driving experience like no other.

Espinazo Del Diablo
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1: Espinazo del Diablo, Mexico

Perhaps the scariest place to drive on our list is Mexico’s Espinazo del Diablo. This stretch of highway is known as “The Devils Backbone.” This stretch of road will take you thorough the Durango and other places. If you’re not sure about this, it might not be the highway you want to visit. If you want to see some beauty and the natural habitats Mexico has to offer amid some danger, take the ride.

Espinazo Del Diablo
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This is one of the few popular highways in Mexico. There’s a good deal of tourist action, as well as locals, which makes this a bustling epicenter. You can see the natural beauty Mexico has to offer while getting your blood pumping. It’s a worthwhile experience for any traveler who fancies him or herself a top driver. Just know what’s coming when your wheels hit the road.

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