Travel Series: Plan A Driving Tour When Traveling Abroad 1 comment


Top Spots to Visit in the UK While on a Driving Tour


Do you have plans to experience the best of what the UK has to offer by car? A driving tour can, in fact, be one of the best ways to get around, allowing you to create your very own itinerary based on your interests. As well, you can really customise it to the amount of time you have available for your tour.

When building your itinerary and preparing yourself for the tour, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. So let’s get started!  Make Sure You Can Drive

Make Sure You Can Drive

It’s pretty difficult to set out on a driving tour of the UK if you don’t have your licence! There is no time like the present to start getting your licence and to do that you will want to visit Top Tests online for all the help you’ll need. Top Tests works by providing practice theory tests and helping you to prepare for your 2017 DVLA Theory Test so you can pass the first time you take it. Here’s a crazy statistic, up to 25% of people fail their first time taking the theory test. That isn’t a statistic you want to be part of.

Through Top Tests, you’ll be able to practice using their mock tests, which are available online. You can keep on practicing as much as you want until you feel confident.

The Cotswolds – Experience England’s Countryside

English Countryside

If you want to get a real taste of the English countryside, then there is no better place to do so than the Cotswolds. Located not far from London, it’s a beautiful, serene, and scenic area. You will feel as though you’ve actually stepped back in time as you visit the various pubs, stunning and historic churches, and then take in the architecture of the homes. The only problem with the Cotswolds is that you won’t want to leave and go back to real life!

This area is perfect for a few nights’ stay, as one day usually isn’t adequate to take in all it has to offer.

The Lake District – Where Hills Meet the Water

If you’re the type that loves the outdoors and nature, then the Lake District is an absolute must-visit. This area is known for its rolling mountains, imposing hills, quaint and unique villages, and of course the many clear lakes. Because you will be driving, you’ll have an opportunity to visit a number of villages in the district and get a taste of the local culture.

London – The City Can’t Be Missed  London Streets

Not everyone is looking for a slower pace on their holiday; some people enjoy the hustle and bustle of city-life. If that’s the case then you absolutely must visit London. From the shopping to the fine dining, shows, entertainment, and architecture there is just so much to explore in the city. Now because driving around the city can be trying at best, you’ll probably want to park your vehicle and explore by foot and use public transportation.

Make It What You Want

A driving tour gives you the ability to make your holiday what you want and customise it in a way that organised tours just can’t do.

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