Our analysis revealed that France is home to the most expensive toll road, with drivers travelling from Paris to Marseille (along the A6 / A7) required to pay £52.59 one way, meaning a return journey will set holiday makers back over £100.
The Italian route from Milan to Naples was revealed to be the second most expensive, costing £50.73 per journey and Boda to Oslo in Norway came in third, setting drivers back £45.16.
Surprisingly, whilst known for being expensive in the UK, the M6 toll road only ranked 15th in our analysis, with drivers required to pay £6.60 for their journey.
A new destination to consider, North Macedonia offers drivers the cheapest option when it comes to toll roads, with the 37KM route from Petrovec to Veles costing just £1.15.
Travellers looking to experience both Norway and Sweden will be pleased to hear that the Svinesundsbron bridge connecting both countries costs just £1.74 to cross. In comparison, the most expensive tunnel in our study, The Great St Bernard in Switzerland will set drivers back £22.85.
The Sozina tunnel in Montenegro and the Dublin Port tunnel in Ireland were the cheapest tunnels in our analysis, costing drivers just £2.22 and £2.58 respectively.
Explore the interactive map below to discover the expensive route by country and the associated cost.