Britain's roads are excellent for touring, and they are nearly all free to use – so what are you waiting for? Choose a country below and hit the road.
Drive through major heritage cities, discover architecture and experience inspiring scenery all in England!
a. The East of England
Magnificent architecture, open skies, rolling countryside and bags of history – come and see for yourself why the East of England has inspired artists for centuries.
b. England's North Country
Come and take in some of the prettiest towns and villages and the most inspiring scenery England has to offer, from wild mountains to wooded dales and lakes.
c. The Heart of England
On the lookout for everything English? From cosy tea rooms to superb medieval architecture you will find everything in the Heart of England.
d. South East England
Visit some of the most beautiful gardens in the world, experience the spectacular chalk cliffs of the south coast, celebrate the arts and music at some lively festivals.
e. South West England
Discover the major heritage cities in Britain - on the way you will travel through unspoilt countryside and picturesque villages that capture the very essence of England.
To drive through Scotland is to discover yourself in some of the most spectacular surroundings imaginable.
To drive through Scotland is to discover yourself in some of the most spectacular surroundings imaginable. Choose from our Southern Scotland and Scottish Highland itineraries and absorb magnificent seascapes, mountains and forests.
a. Scottish Highlands
From capital city to snow-capped peaks this route takes you through stunning scenery to castles and battlefields before returning via Scotland's first National Park.
b. Southern Scotland
From invigorating seascapes to soft green hills, from ruined border abbeys to stately mansions – this route offers lots of variety in the space of a few miles.
c. Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh
At Scotland's largest zoo you can get close to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals including lions, tigers, jaguars, red pandas, koalas and polar bears. Don't miss the famous Penguin Parade when the zoo's penguins emerge from their enclosure to follow their keepers on a waddle around the zoo.
Welcome to Wales - the land of castles and legends, of mountains and mystery and home to Europe's youngest capital city.
a. North Wales
Follow our route from Roman city to ancient abbey; from World Heritage Site to National Park; from coast to mountain and castle to cavern.
b. South Wales
Mix a young, vibrant capital city with two National Parks, beautiful landscapes, wonderful coastal scenes and abundant
4. Northern Ireland
Easily accessible by plane or ferry, this gentle hill-covered patch of emerald across the Irish Sea packs a great deal into a small country.
Head west along the coast to the historic port town of Portrush. On the way, stop off at the ruin of Dunluce Castle teetering on a clifftop. Part of the castle fell away during a storm in 1639, carrying away the
5. Channel Islands
This unique collection of islands have their own customs, and offer visitors a tantalising mix of French and
This unique collection of islands have their own customs, and offer visitors a tantalising mix of French and British culture with beautiful scenery, proud castles and sumptuous food.