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Drives in Europe

Road warrior... Megabus is shaking up European coach travel and challenging Eurostar.

Take-Off

London to Paris for a pound

Nicholas Roe takes a front-row seat on a daytime coach service blazing a budget trail between the capitals.

Italy

The drive stupendous

Funes Valley, Italy.

Michael Gebicki shares his secret route through the mighty Dolomites.

Scotland

Castles, inns and isles

Glengorm castle.

Sophie Dening recommends where to stay and dine on a driving holiday of the Scottish west Highlands.

Andorra

High and mighty

Andorra

When it comes to life in the fast lane and lots of shopping, the only way is up, writes Michael Gebicki.

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Photo galleries

World's greatest day drives

A car crossing the bridge (Vallone di Furore) on the Amalfi Coast.

Hug the corners on some of the world's most memorable drives

Travellers Tips

Tripologist

Driving route a thing of beauty

Tripologist My husband and I are planning to hire a car for two weeks in France in May.

Tripologist

Campers without borders

Tripologist It seems impossible to find a van rental company that will allow pick-up in Rome and drop-off in Paris.

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Map of Europe

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