1. Cabot Trail, Canada
Three hundred kilometres of peaceful Nova Scotia charm? Where do we sign? The Cabot Trail has become a magnet for road trip aficionados, and it isn’t tough to understand why; the stunning wilderness is frequently punctuated by fishing villages and historic communities, blending Canada’s history with undeniably gorgeous nature. The whole thing takes about five hours without stopping, but come on now, you’re driving around the Canadian wilderness; you’re going to stop plenty.