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France is a fantastic destination in which to hit the road and enjoy some incredibly scenic drives. While you can drive to France, it’s best to fly and then pick up a hire car at the airport – this way, you can get to your destination quickly and spend your days driving along the most picturesque routes, rather than the less pretty route from the UK through to France.
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Whether or not you’re planning something of a road trip, a car can be a godsend during family holidays. So, it’s well worth considering hiring a car for the duration of your break, especially if you’re keen to have total of freedom when it comes to where you go and when you go there.
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If you’re looking to enjoy a European city break, then your list of options is incredible as the continent is home to an impressive array of destinations that offer memorable breaks for inquisitive travellers. There is such a broad range of cultures and activities that you can enjoy in Europe, meaning that there’s no chance that you’ll be short of options.
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The glorious sunshine and stunning landscapes of the Algarve make it a brilliant destination for a driving holiday. After all, having your own wheels means you can not only enjoy some absolutely fantastic driving routes, but also have the chance to see a little bit more of this popular part of Portugal than just the standard tourist attractions – though of course, it’s worth leaving time to discover a few of those too.
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Oftentimes when travelling, it is landscapes and daily routines completely different to ours that we are after; some make our hearts skip a beat, while others fill us with silent awe and immense joy. This week we present you with places on the verge of magic, where man and nature meet at their most fanciful moments.
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