Posts Tagged ‘911 great roads’
Away from the mainland, you’ll find routes in the UK to rival even the stunning vistas of Europe. Total 911 ventures south for validation.
The Douro is one of Portugal’s major waterways, flowing between hillsides from the Spanish border to Porto on the Atlantic coast.
The A34 is another dull stretch of UK dual carriageway. Why sit on the it when you can have fun just off to the side?
It may not be part of the mainland but, one of the world’s most stunning drives is right here in the UK.
A quiet byway not far from the main route to Switzerland was once one of the great European hillclimbs.
Sometimes called the Yorkshire TT, this 19-mile route is popular with bikers, so it has to be good.
Any tunnel is fun in a 911, one with stunning scenery at each end has to be unmissable.
While many sections are gaining speed limits, there are still unrestricted pieces of speed freak heaven on the autobahn if you know where to look.
Blessed with tractors and the elderly meandering through its lanes, Dorset may not immediately spring to mind as driving nirvana. However, this twisty Alpine-esque road begs to differ.
If you’re heading to the home of Porsche, it’s worth leaving the Autobahn and experiencing a local road and some decent cakes.