Whether you got a break during last spring break or not, all odds are that you’ll like to go on a holiday again. After Spring Break holidays, “I didn’t want to come back” is the most heard phrase at work places or whenever you meet your friends. Cure your itch to travel with these international road trips!
One of the coolest road trips ever is touring around the Amalfi Coast, in Southern Italy. Not only is it extremely beautiful -Amalfi Coast belongs to an UNESCO World Heritage Site list out of its natural landscape since 1997- but you will also walk down the same streets Charlize Theron did for Martini in the exclusive island of Capri or could get lost in the steep and intricately beautiful design of Positano, as depicted by Steinbeck in 1953.
Driving South from Naples, every little Renaissance village is worth the stop but you shouldn’t miss Cetara, Vietri sul Mare, Ravello and charming Amalfi itself. We know you’ll appreciate beauty and the magical touch that it brings to your soul so check out the there-are-no-words-to-describe hotel we founded here, on a 12th monastery over a raging cliff where painters have been coming for inspiration for years.
If you want a hint of the powerful and unique natural wonders of the Amalfi Coast, let your road trip guide you to see Mount Vesuvius and the mess it caused in Pompeii in in AD 79 and the picturesque ville of Furore to visit a fjord dying into the Mediterranean Sea or swim around the incredible rock formations of Vietri sul Mare shore. Enjoy yourself and be careful with the peculiar local driving manners.
If you are looking for a revealing experience and don’t fancy any other car around yours, just thousands of miles ahead and the ever-promising horizon, book yourself a trip to Australia. A cross country road trip is for pros but also a lifetime memorable experience at any age.
Discover new sides of yourself from Perth to Brisbane or Sydney, driving and dreaming throughout the isolated immensity of the Outback. Stop to honor the Aborigine ancestors at Ayers Rock and anytime you spot some fellow Aussie along the road. The scenery is rough and so are locals although difficulty to survive and thrive in such environment also makes them friendly and interesting people.
You can give a cool twist to your road trip and pull over your rented car for a train trip, anyway you’ll get another car at next city, or not? Plan carefully your road trip to Australia, there’s a lot to keep in mind before leaving home. Back to historical Australian railways, there are several journeys that cross the whole country such as the Indian Pacific or the Overland, running several times a week and letting you hop on and off to explore the country at your own pace.
What would a road trip be without music? Don’t even bother to think about the boring results of travelling without music and listen to our spring playlist on Spotify. And remember that you can listen to it offline, leaving the needed space in your smartphone memory for the thousand pictures you’ll take. Will you be hitting the road this summer?