Road trips are not everyone's cup of tea, but if you dream of traveling with your friends along mesmerizing routes with some upbeat music on the stereo, then road trips are definitely up your lane. Does that sound like a perfect getaway to you? If yes, you're probably craving an escapade on wheels. Here, we've listed some of the best road trips around the world. The mother of all road trips, Route 66 in USA spans over two thousand miles (3,500km), across eight states. A road trip along the coveted route will offer you a blend of spectacular landscapes, small towns, and some interesting roadside attractions. There are plenty of tiny restaurants and other spots, where you can take a little break, and enjoy watching wildlife and passing trains. Spanning a distance of 253 kilometers, the Great Ocean Road in Australia offers views of beautiful oceans, cliffs, lighthouses and national parks along the journey. Some places that are worth stopping your wagon for, include the Bells Beach, Otway Lighthouse, and the amazing Twelve Apostles. With an estimated travel time of four hours, the journey will get over sooner that you'd want. The North Coast 500 route in Scotland, also popularly referred to as NC500, spans around 830 kilometers, and takes most travelers a period of five to seven days to cover. Opened in 2015, the route has some unforgettable views of castles, lochs, glens, and highland cattle, to offer. On your way, take a stop at the Kishorn Seafood Bar for some lip-smacking seafood. A 120 kilometers\/90 minutes drive, from New Zealand's Te Anau towards Milford Sound into Fiordland National Park, the Milford Road route is one of the most scenic ones around the world. The views of snow-covered mountains, waterfalls, and cliffs, are to die for. Also, do not miss out on stopping and appreciating the serene Eglington Valley and the Mirror Lakes. The shortest route on this list, spanning just 8 kilometers, the Atlantic Road in Norway takes less than 30 minutes to cover, but is still worth it. The highlights of the route are its bridges and the 80-meter-long Bremsnes Cave, found at the Bremsneshatten Mountain. What's more? Scuba diving off the shore during winter months is a must. So, hit the road, and enjoy!