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From Col de Turini, France to Red Rock Scenic Byway, Arizona these are the 20 most beautiful roads and drives around the world.

1. Col de Turini, France

Col de Turini, France

This road is well known for holding a stage of the Monte Carlo Rally with its nice curves.

2. Dades Gorges, Morocco

Dades Gorges, Morocco

To ride this beautiful rode carved out by the Dades River You’ll require a 4WD and an instructor.

3. Denali Highway, Alaska

Denali Highway, Alaska Most Beautiful Road In The World Top Gear

This rode is rarely used and so rarely maintained and most of it is gravel. It will lead you to the heart of the Alaskan wilderness.

4. Going-to-The-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana]

Going-to-The-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana]

This road will take you from big glacial lakes to windswept tundra a number of types of terrain.

5. Great Ocean Road, Australia

Great Ocean Road, Australia

This road is the longest war memorial in the world and it was built to pay homage to the casualties of WWI.

6. Guoliang Highway, China

Guoliang Highway, China

This amazing road is built by carving into the side of a mountain.

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7. Highway 1, California

Highway 1, California Most Beautiful Road In The World Top Gear

This road is also well-known as State Road 1. This pavement runs along some of the most amazing coastlines of the USA.

8. Karakoram Highway, China and Pakistan

Karakoram Highway, China and Pakistan

This road connects Pakistan and China and it is the highest paved international road on earth.

9. Ruta 40, Argentina

Ruta 40, Argentina

On earth, it is one of the longest roads but in Argentina, it is the longest.

10. Sani Pass, South Africa

Sani Pass, South Africa

It is one of the most dangerous routes on earth. It goes through South Africa and Lesotho and you’ll need a 4×4 vehicle to move here.

11. Seven Mile Bridge, Florida

Seven Mile Bridge, Florida

This bridge is also called the Overseas Highway. It is one of the longest bridges on earth.

12. Stelvio Pass, Italy

Stelvio Pass, Italy

This paved mountain road in the Alps has been selected to be Europes best driving pass.

13. The Amalfi Coast, Italy

The Amalfi Coast, Italy

This most beautiful road goes along some of Italy’s most amazing coastline and if you travel along this road your journey will be a memorable one.

14. The Atlantic Road, Norway

The Atlantic Road, Norway

This road goes through several tiny islands. some of the bridges along the road are really amazing.

15. Tianmen Mountain Road, China

Tianmen Mountain Road, China

You can reach the peak of Tianmen Mountain in two way. You can reach there by a cable car or you can drive the road. Both the ways are very much steep and can induce vertigo.

16. Transfagarasan, Romania

Transfagarasan, Romania Most Beautiful Road In The World Top Gear

It is the second highest paved roads in Romania. It runs through the Southern Carpathians and offers the viewers some interesting views.

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17. Trollstigen, Norway

Trollstigen, Norway

Longer than 12.4 meters vehicles are not allowed here to ply because of the hairpin turns of this dangerous route

18. US Route 550, Colorado

US Route 550, Colorado

This road is also known as the Million Dollar Highway. This road is infamous for its narrow passes, cliffside roads, and sharp turns.

19. White Rim Road, Utah

White Rim Road, Utah

Running through mesas and canyons this may take some days to finish the journey with a 4WD. You will find no potable water or civilization along the journey. So, be careful.

20. Red Rock Scenic Byway, Arizona

Red Rock Scenic Byway, Arizona Most Beautiful Road In The World Top Gear

This road is called a “museum without walls”. With a view of the surrounding red rock mesas and Mingus Mountains, it is one of the most beautiful roads on earth.

As an experienced travel journalist, my articles have appeared in The New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, US News & World Report and many other media. For several years I worked as an adjunct journalism professor and travel columnist. When I'm not on the ski slopes, I can usually be found enjoying afternoon tea as a respite from the hustle and bustle of travel.|| Disclaimer: All information provided should be independently verified. Before going on your trip, be sure to consult with your travel agent.

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