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Ultimate Europe Trip Guide

When I think about Europe, there is so much that comes into my mind. Those beautiful, beautiful countries, with so much history which is still alive in every building, every corner, every piece of stone that you step. France, and England, Switzerland, Spain, or Germany and the list can go on and on, with not a chance to stop.

I always dreamed to do a road trip in Europe, it will cost a little, but it is completely worth. I did it, I designed a plan, which included renting a car in one of those 24-hour rentals, calculate how much diesel you may need and a list of places you can visit with as much money that you got.

Here is my ultimate Europe Trip Guide:

1. Documents

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Sport Activities to Try in Sicily

Anthony Fields | May 2, 2018

If you are looking for the best holiday escape, then Palermo city in Sicily is one of the places to go for. Rich in history and other recreational activities, this beautiful city provides the ultimate holiday package that best suits you and your family. The people of Palermo are friendly and glad to have more visitors go learn about their rich culture. Rent a car in Sicily and enjoy all the activities, listed below.

While in Palermo, there are hundreds of things to do but here are some of the things that you must;

Golf

While it might not be your favorite game, you could enjoy swinging a few strokes for fan or better yet, spectate on other players. Golf in Palermo attracts hundreds of visitors who watch and even participate. There are several …

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Ultimate Europe Trip Guide

Anthony Fields | January 30, 2019

When I think about Europe, there is so much that comes into my mind. Those beautiful, beautiful countries, with so much history which is still alive in every building, every corner, every piece of stone that you step. France, and England, Switzerland, Spain, or Germany and the list can go on and on, with not a chance to stop.

I always dreamed to do a road trip in Europe, it will cost a little, but it is completely worth. I did it, I designed a plan, which included renting a car in one of those 24-hour rentals, calculate how much diesel you may need and a list of places you can visit with as much money that you got.

Here is my ultimate Europe Trip Guide:

1. Documents

First thing that you should do …

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Interesting Sports you can find in Europe

Anthony Fields | January 23, 2019

Sport enthusiasts always find their way to enjoy their
hobbies in attractive destinations. Adventure sporting has evolved a lot in the
last decade starting from water sports like kayaking to canoeing, to snow
sports like Ski sporting, paragliding etc. The interests in adventure sports
has been increasing a lot in these recent years.


There are several sports which being popular in the whole
Europe. Depending on the places, Europe provides a wide range of exotic sports for
the enthusiasts. However the majority and minority of the enthusiasts will
always remain in every part of the world.

Here are some of the famous sports played in the Europe:

Association of Football

Nowadays almost all of the countries in Europe has been associated with it. So as one can conclude football is the most popular sport …

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6 Best Things To See In Palermo

Anthony Fields | January 11, 2019

Palermo is arguably the hub of the royal European history. Sitting at the bottom of Italy, the landscape forms a huge crust of the Mediterranean Sea. Once more, peace and calm define this 5th largest Italian city due to the countless number of economic activities. Tourism is one of the thriving activities here. And a good way to begin your escapade in this grandiose city is by hiring a car from Rental 24h.

1.Mondello Beach

Calm waters tour above the solid, lean sand. As the rays seep through the skies, the buzzing nature of Palermo North is shown right through the sun.

Crowds flock the beach to sunbathe in the Mediterranean beauty. Art squeezes through to bring the Nouveau pier building close to the eyes. This arty piece is centrally placed on the …

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Marbella – A Pearl of Spain

Anthony Fields | June 20, 2018

After renting a POS four-banger that reeked of puke and over-zealous cleaning fluid, we attempted to drive to the Castillo de Monda on an empty Christmas night. We got lost about a block from the Europcar location (still in the airport), which would typify our driving experiences for the rest of the trip.


After considerable directional debate we continued through the beach towns of Torremolinos, Benalmádena Costa, Fuengirola and Cabopino along the Costa del Sol until we hit Marbella. We turned east from the coastline and drove approximately fifteen minutes into the mountains to the tiny town of Monda. Monda is a mini-gem; it maintains the authenticity of an old village with the modernity required of a new millennium.

The streets are narrow, cobbled and lined with Disney-like orange trees vibrant with fruit. The …

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