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Glasgow – Inverness
One of the most scenic drives in Scotland is the drive from Glasgow to Inverness. Take the A9 from Glasgow and discover the endless miles of scenic routes and amazing views. The distance from Glasgow to Inverness is 169 miles which will take approx 3 ½ hours. On your way to Inverness you can visit Inchconnachan & Inchtavannach, Loch Lomond Golf Club, Fort William, Loch Ness Monster, Loch Lomond and many more attractions.
Kendal – Keswick
This route is regarded as one of the most beautiful driving routes in Britain. The distance from Kendal to Keswick is 30 miles and it takes approximately 50 minutes to reach Keswick from Kendal on A591. On your way to Keswick you will see mountains, rugged peaks, pretty villages and fantastic view of lakes. You can also take a boat ride on Lake Windermere which is the longest lake in England.
Belfast – Derry
Northern Ireland is one of UK’s best kept secrets and a real jewel. The drive to Derry fromBelfast is truly amazing if you take the coast road. The other option is to take the A6 which will take just 1 hours and 26 minutes but the road along the coast is stunning and bit longer than A6. There are many interesting things to see on your way to Derry like – Carrickfergus Castle, a walk in Glenariff Forest Park in the Glens of Antrim etc.
Hessle – Filey
Hessle is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire and the distance to Filey from Hessle is around 45miles as there are no motorways between Hessle and Files so you have to take A165 which will take 1hour 15min. On your way to Filey you can visit Neolithic and Bronze age sites, Hamlet of Kiplingcotes and many more.
Aberystwyth – Snowdonia national park
The drive from Aberystwyth to Snowdonia national park is one of the most scenic drives in Wales. Snowdonia national park is the third most visited national park in UK. The distance between Aberystwyth and Snowdonia is 46.6 miles and it will take approx. 1hour 10min to reach your destination. On your way to Snowdonia you can visit many picture postcard Welsh villages, Pont-y-Pair Falls, village of Portmeirion which is famous for being used as the filmset of the Prisoner. Once you reach Snowdonia you can take the mountain railway to go to the top of Mount Snowdon.
Lynmouth – Newquay
Lynmouth and Newquay are located in Cornwall and the drive to Newquay from Lynmouth is full of beautiful scenery and landscapes. The distance is about 95 miles and there are lot of things to see and visit on your way; for ex – Exmoor national park, Exmoor zoo, Launceston steam railway and many other attractions. If you want to enjoy all the attractions on your way then split the trip into two days which will give you enough time to visit all the attraction.
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