When creating the ranking, aspects such as the length of the route, the number of hours of sunlight, and proximity to national parks and other tourist attractions were taken into account.
From spring to autumn, many people ride their cars to have an unforgettable adventure. the CarMats.co.uk Ranked the most famous highways in the world to compile its top list. During the analysis, the average summer temperature for each destination, the annual amount of precipitation, the number of hours of sunshine, the amount of light pollution and the national parks were examined.
They also factored in the number of days it would take to complete the trip.
They came to the conclusion that the best road in the world is the savannah road in Australia, along which there are fifteen national parks, the average summer temperature is about twenty-five degrees and you can spend up to a whole month on three thousand seven hundred. kilometer road.
Second on the list is the Great Circuit in the southwestern United States, which takes you through gorgeous valleys, canyons, and ten national parks. The 1,500-kilometre journey is expected to take two to three weeks.
Route 66, the most famous road in the world, was only ranked third.
The section of the motorway along the Danube that touches Serbia, Hungary, Slovakia and Austria ranked seventh on the list.
Here is the top ten ranking list:
1. Savannah Road, Australia
2. Great Circle, United States
3. Route 66, United States
4. Atlas Mountains, Morocco
5. The desert loop from Morocco to Mauritania
6. Morocco Coastal Road
7. Carretera Austral, Chile
8. Danube Highway, Serbia, Hungary, Slovakia and Austria
9. Trans-Kalahari Road, Botswana – Namibia
10. Transpantaneira, Brazil
(source: time out(Images: Getty)
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