Find out the best places to visit on your road trip around the UK. And save plenty doing it.

This is Your Ultimate UK Road Trip Planner . . .

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See a sample itinerary: Road Trip Planner Wales


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    Get the big picture: This free eBook will give you ideas on the best places to visit in the UK. The things to see, to do and to experience.

    It summarises much of what I’ve learned in over 40 years of travelling around Britain.

The Ultimate UK Road Trip Planner

If you long to see the real Britain – the agonisingly beautiful countryside outside of London – this is your ultimate guide for planning a road trip to see the best places to visit in the UK.

It will help you decide what to see, what to do, where to go and how to get there without any grief.

Put together a pick-and-mix tour itinerary from our collection of tour modules. Choose an itinerary that matches your interests and get the best of British attractions with the least possible time, trouble and cost.

Whether it’s a short break, a weekend away, or a longer holiday you’ll save time, money and trouble – especially trouble – by using this UK road trip planner.

Save serious money with these tips

I’ll give you money-saving tips on rental cars, accommodation and sightseeing worth far more than the miserable £9.90 a year’s subscription will cost you.

On rental car hire insurance alone I can tell you how to save an average of £120*.

I'll guarantee you'll save!

I’m so certain of those tips that if you don’t save your up-front cost I’ll refund double your money. In fact, if you are just plain unhappy with your subscription, I’ll refund your money within the first two weeks.

And here’s another thing

There are no ads, no sponsorship and I don’t get any freebies, so every recommendation is made on its merits, not because they paid or bribed me to make them look good.

*Based on a survey of over 2000 customers of a large reinsurance company. It's an average . . . your savings will depend on circumstances.  (Could be even more!).