The stunning photographs that show why Europe is one of the best places in the world for a scenic drive
- Photographer Ervin Boer from Romania went on a 1,250-mile road trip across Europe from Belgium to Austria
- He snapped pictures of luxury cars travelling on the famous winding alpine roads across the continent
- Mr Boer says he was hypnotised by the landscapes he saw as well as the curvy roads he was travelling on
These are the stunning images that prove that Europe has some of the world's most scenic roads.
Photographer Ervin Boer from Romania snapped the pictures while travelling with the Great Rally Company - which organised a three-day, 1,250-mile trip for car enthusiasts from Belgium to Austria.
While on the road trip, Mr Boer, who posts most of his work on Facebook, took in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria and travelled on famous roads such as the San Bernardino Pass, the Umbrial Pass as well as highways through the Black Forest.
And he was ecstatic to be picked to snap the pictures, telling MailOnline Travel: 'I would say it was an impressive seven days of driving and photography.
'Actually more photographing than driving, and I was hyptontised by the landscapes and curvy roads and was always hanging out the window with my camera ready. Exhausting but I can’t wait to do it again.' Scroll down to see his amazing work.
Photographer Erivn Boer spent a week travelling with the Great Rally Company on a 1,250 mile road trip across Europe, taking in famous mountainous roads. Pictured is Grossglockner Alpine Road in Austria, one of the highest roads on his trip
On the trip Mr Boer visited five countries, starting off in Belgium and finishing in Austria. Pictured is the Umbrial Pass, which on the Swiss-Italian border
Dark clouds loom over one of the luxury cars on the winding road up to the Stelvio Pass, a mountainous road in the Italian Alps
Mr Boer said he was hypnotised by the curvy roads in the mountains, such as the one pictured on the Stelvio Pass in Italy
Many of the roads over the Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps are single track lanes - enough for only one car to pass at a time
A snap showing the one of the super cars on the road trip coming down the winding roads at the bottom of the Stelvio Pass
The group of cars on the rally trip head down the Gotthard Pass in Switzerland. Mr Boer says he spent most of the trip hanging out of the car window with his camera
The cars travel in convoy just after travelling over the Furka Pass, which links the Swiss Alps with the towns of Gletsch, Valais and Realp
During the trip, Mr Boer took in five countries including Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria. Pictured is the Tremola Pass in Switzerland
Mr Boer's journey also took him through the Black Forest in Germany, where the roads are lined with dense trees, pictured
Mr Boer with the Grossglockner Mountain in Austria in the background. He has been involved in automotive photography since 2013
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