If you’re starting to forget what that golden ball in the sky looks like, rent a car on one of Europe’s sunny islands, and leave the misery behind.
Hidden among the eminently sensible regulations in many law books are some driving rules that are inexplicably strange. We’ve gathered together some of the more peculiar ones.
Sun, sea, and sand are the basics for any beach holiday, but after that, it’s up to you. Do you like lively nightlife and familiar foods at your choice of resort? Here are the most popular beach destinations in Europe.
Malta may not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of sandy beaches, but if you know where to look, this sun-soaked little country in the Mediterranean is studded with seaside jewels. The islands of Malta and Gozo are dotted with sublime spots for sunbathing, swimming, and diving, so once you [...]
The Algarve just can’t help being the most popular holiday destination in Portugal. Hire a car and explore the unspoiled coastline and rolling landscapes outside the Algarve’s bustling resorts.
Sapphire skies, and even bluer waters are enough to keep you drawn to the beach for a while, but when you’re ready to explore, Greece is a venerable treasure chest of historic sights and dramatic scenery, all ready to be discovered in a rental car.
It’s not easy to talk about Florida, without mentioning theme parks but if cartoon mice just don’t do it for you, there is a hip side to this state. Set off in your rental car and explore the many other attractions of this tropical paradise.
When you hear anyone mention South Africa, the thing that is most likely to come to mind is safaris. Have a look at these activities that take you beyond safaris and into the heart of South Africa.
With mythical beaches stretching across both coastlines and jungle-swathed islands rising from sapphire waters, Thailand is a tropical escape for seekers of fun and solitude alike.
Malaysia has something of a split personality, with the South China Sea separating the wild jungles of Borneo from the multicultural peninsula, with its melting pot of Malay, Chinese, and Indian heritage.