Today’s guest infographic comes from PortableAdvisor.com, a website devoted to RV travel and the “portable lifestyle.” It’s run by an Irish-American named Rick Rose and his wife Sandy, who have lived life on the road for eight months of each year since 2012.
I can vouch for some of these incredibly scenic highways from personal experience; others remain to be explored, but it’s a terrific list to keep in mind for your next European vacation(s).
The infographic is packed with useful info such as mileage, driving difficulty, seasonal closures, sights en route, and various practical tips.
Here’s the intro and infographic courtesy of PortableAdvisor:
With the rise of budget airlines in Europe, the popularity of driving around the continent has waned. As a result, some of the continent’s most breathtaking locations go unseen as visitors simply fly from one capital city to the next without taking in the surrounding landscapes.
For those looking to see Europe from a different perspective, scrap the constant connecting flights and rent a car. Some of the world’s greatest scenery awaits…
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