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Lexus LC500 UK Road Trip

Great British Road Trips To Enjoy Post-Lockdown In The Lexus LC 500

We reviewed and loved the Lexus LC 500 so with UK road trips now possible and staycations on the agenda for the coming months, here are some spectacular driving routes to enjoy this summer in the Lexus LC 500 with the top down. From Land’s End to John O’Groats, via sweeping bays, soaring cliffs and rolling fells, there are great roads to enjoy.  To provide inspiration, here are some gorgeous shots of the LC Convertible and the LC 500 coupe touring in the Lake District, on Snake Pass and in the Mam Tor area, where the driving experience and the views are breath-taking.

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Ferrari Portofino M Lake District

Ferrari Portofino M Staycation Touring Guide Dartmoor England

The painterly bleakness of Dartmoor has encouraged the growth of many legends, not least that of the Hairy Hands – disembodied hirsute mitts that suddenly grab at one’s steering wheel or handlebars and force the victim off the road. It’s a ghost story that pertains to the Postbridge stretch of the B3212, which was purported to have seen an unusually high number of motor vehicle accidents in the early 20th century. So, you have been warned.

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Ferrari Portofino M North Coast 500

Staycation Touring Guide To the UK And Ireland In the Ferrari Portofino M

So we invite you to follow Adam Hay-Nicholls' guide to a UK and Ireland road touring staycation in the Ferrari Portofino M. Just follow the links at the bottom for each instalment.

The new Ferrari Portofino M is an impeccable companion for exploring the UK and Ireland’s most spectacular roads and rediscovering the British Isles’ hidden gems.

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Best UK Holiday Destinations

Best UK Holiday Destinations

 
1. Cornwall
Well deserving of the top spot, Cornwall boasts some of the warmest and sunniest weather in the UK. Stretches of beautiful coastline with fabulous beaches, and waves to attract the most daring of surfers. Make sure you explore the secluded coves dotting the shoreline, once used by smugglers to store their bounty, and no visit would be complete without trying a famous Cornish pasty.
 
2. The Cotswolds