Italy | From Pisa to Mount Vesuvius
Known of course for its Leaning Tower, start your Italian road trip in the historic city of Pisa. Within the walls, parking for tourists is prohibited, but you can explore everything on foot. All roads lead to Rome, and here you can discover everything from the Colosseum and the Vatican to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. From Rome, carry on to the Vesuvius, the volcano that once destroyed the city of Pompeii. Visiting the volcano will cost around 10€, but the views at the top will be well worth the climb.Order your euros
Tasmania | Heading down under
Some of the most breathtaking scenery in Australia can be found down on the island of Tasmania. Here, the deep green rainforests mix with the snowy mountain peaks and the dark blue sea. Start your trip in the northeast at Cradle Mountain, one of the island’s main attractions and explore Dove Lake, a glacial lake nestled at the foot of the mountains. Next, head to Wineglass Bay in the east of the island. Located in Freycinet National Park, you’ll soon see why the beach here is considered one of the most beautiful in the world!Order your Australian dollors
Iceland | The rugged road trip
If you’re looking for the perfect vacation to spend on four wheels, look no further than Iceland. With its huge waterfalls, iconic geysers and endless roads, there’s no end of places to explore and having a car is the best way to see it all. Don’t miss the black beaches at Vík, in the south of the island, which are nothing short of breathtaking. The stunning Stokkur geyser shoots steaming water into the air every 10 minutes, and the Gullfoss waterfall shimmers at sunset with golden reds and yellows.Order your Icelandic kronur
California | The classic
You don't even need to leave the US for one of the most iconic routes in the world: the CA-1 in California. Starting in San Francisco and heading down south, here you’ll enjoy breathtaking views out across the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, you’ll discover a fascinating mix of adventurous bridges and sweeping roads, coupled with picturesque surfer villages and cozy beach bars. One must-see is the Big Sur beach in Monterey. Only accessible by foot, you’ll soon find an almost untouched stretch of sandy beach awaiting you.