Last week, we introduced you to Randy Olson, the super-cool guy that mapped the quickest and ultimate road trip across America. However, we couldn’t just leave it there, because Randy also created this absolutely incredible road trip map of Europe — next holiday sorted?
Again, by using a carefully calculated route, the University of Michigan professor was able to figure out the fastest way to drive across the European continent, hitting all the major landmarks before coming full circle along the way.
In total, the epic trip covers 26,211km (16,287 mi.) and takes 14 full days of non-stop driving (and boats) to complete, so expect to dedicate at least three months if you’re going to take on (and fully enjoy) this road trip.
If you’ve got the time to complete the full circuit, you’ll encounter some of Europe’s most famous sights, including Turkey’s cultural capital Istanbul, England’s Stonehenge, The Netherlands’ Keukenhof Gardens, the canals of Venice, Monte Carlo and of course, London, Paris, Rome and Berlin.
To see the full interactive map, click here.
And here’s a full list (in order) of everything you’ll encounter on the epic road trip:
Rila Monastery, Rilski manastir, Bulgaria
Sighisoara, Mures County, Romania
Jägala Waterfall, 74205 Harjumaa, Estonia
ICEBAR, Marknadsvägen, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Keukenhof, Stationsweg, Lisse, Netherlands
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Inverness, United Kingdom
Cornwall, United Kingdom
Stonehenge, Amesbury, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
Luberone, Bonnieux, France
Monte Carlo, Monaco
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