Known for its pastel-colored villages and vast paths, the Amalfi Coast is arguably the most fascinating coastline in Italy, admiring its nature and scenery. From Salerno, head west to Vietri Sul Mare. (About 30km away). You'll continue down this road to Sorrento, but be careful, the roads narrow as you get closer to Amalfi, and the view blocks your interest in the road.
Where to stop? Positano, for its surreal geography and flamboyant landscapes; For the romantic gardens of Ravello, Villas Cimbrone and Rufolo, and for their Amalfi, touristy but charming and charming and charming houses, you should especially see the Duomo di Sant'Andrea.
Located in the south of the Alps, the Dolomite Mountains will give you one of the most impressive car journeys. The 80-mile-long Grande Strada delle Dolomiti or The Great Dolomites Road begins with the Cortina d'Ampezzo. (2-hour drive north of Venice) Falzarego continues towards the Pass and Bolzano ends up in Trentino-Alto Adige. You can complete the whole road in less than 4 hours, but I suggest you devote 2 days to hiking in Canazei and Castelrotto.
Where to stop? You must take the Lagazuıo cable car on falzarego pass. (It takes you to the top of Mount Lagazuoi.)
Our journey begins in Bergen and continues from the southwest coast of Norway. Along the way you will see the fjords in Voss and the huge Tvindefossen Waterfall. Then you'll enter the world's longest tunnel, a tunnel in a cave dug under the mountains and 15 miles long. Take the ferry in Sognefjord and tour the Fjalar Valley, home to many glaciers. Continue north to Geiranger from trollstigen's detours. After the descent, take the ferry through Eresfjord to Molde and Kristiansund. Finally, cross the Atlantic Road through roller-coaster-style bridges to reach Trondheim's stagnant waters and hilltop homes.
Where to stop? Spend time in the Valley of the Fjalar, a paradise of glaciers.
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