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Europe: History, Culture and Enduring Beauty
Driving on the continent of Europe allows you to plan your own itinerary and to explore some of Europe’s finest cities, landscapes and hidden treasures. Travelling between European countries by car is easy with our cross border and one-way rental services, allowing you to begin your journey in one country and end in another.
Visit Spain in southern Europe, arriving at Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) or Barcelona Airport (BCN) for the two most popular Spanish cities, or Malaga Airport (AGP) for the beaches of the Costa del Sol. In neighbouring Portugal, collect your rental automatic car at Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS) or for holidays on the Algarve, from Faro Airport (FAO). In France, our rental services are available across the country, including Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Lyon and Grenoble for your winter ski vacation and Nice Airport (NCE) for the beautiful Côte d’Azur. Drive from France into Italy, along the Italian Riviera and to the cities of Milan, Venice, Florence and Rome, taking in the gorgeous countryside of Tuscany as you go. Drop your rental automatic car off at Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) or Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), or continue driving through northern Italy, along the dramatic hairpin bends of the famous Stelvio Pass into Switzerland.
Whether you drive into Switzerland, or fly into Geneva Cointrin International Airport (GVA) or Zurich Airport (ZRH), take time to explore the beautiful alpine lakes, mountains and towns, before moving on into Austria and Central Europe beyond. Take a drive through Austria’s grand cities and explore Vienna, Innsbruck and Salzburg, then continue on to Germany and the cities of Munich in the region of Bavaria, to Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and the capital Berlin. Pick-up or drop-off your automatic car hire at Munich Airport (MUC), Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) or Frankfurt Airport (FRA) or drive across the border into the Czech Republic and the beautiful city of Prague. In neighbouring Poland, you can collect your vehicle at Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) and head to the coast city of Gdansk or the historic city of Krakow, whilst over on Germany’s western border, you can drive into the Netherlands to The Hague or Amsterdam, dropping your car off at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), or driving north to Copenhagen in Denmark.
Away from mainland Europe are the United Kingdom and Ireland, and you can either take a car ferry across from France or Holland or collect your automatic car at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) or Manchester Airport (MAN) for England, Glasgow International Airport (GLA) or Edinburgh Airport (EDI) for Scotland and Belfast International Airport (BFS) or Dublin Airport (DUB) for Ireland and Northern Ireland.
When driving in Europe it is important that you are aware of different road laws and speed limits across the countries, and of any specific regulations. Some countries, including France, enforce rules such as carrying reflective jacket and at least one warning triangle for use in case of a breakdown, whilst in Italy you must use dipped headlights during the day while travelling on motorways and major roads outside the cities. In Spain, drivers must have a spare pair of spectacles if needed for driving, a spare wheel, full set of spare bulbs and the tools to change them.
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