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Top Tips for Making Car Rental Fun

Often customers come to us needing a car for a functional reason; they need to get from A to B, they’re on a budget and want to cut the cost of using public transport or need something reliable or smart to attend an event.

However, the practical need to hire a car can sometimes mean […]

By |June 29th, 2013|How to’s|0 Comments|

“Get Your Kicks on Route 66”

One of the most well-known ‘Spring Break’ destinations has to be a driving holiday along America’s infamous Route 66. You’re bound to have heard of it, either in the song, which has been covered by Nat King Cole, the Rolling Stones, Depeche Mode, Chuck Berry and John Mayer among others, or maybe you know […]

By |May 14th, 2013|Road Trips|0 Comments|

Take a Romantic Tour of Tours

You can never have too much romance in your life and if you’re looking to take a short break away from your babies, or find a little time to make some, then you’d be hard pressed to find anywhere as idyllic to spend a few days away from home, as Tours.

 Located in central France, […]

Fly Drive Holidays in Scotland

Usually I write these posts with a view to sharing any tips or insights I might have about a particular travel destination, but this time I’m writing with the hope of gaining some recommendations from Holiday Autos customers who have experience of fly-drive holidays in Scotland.

Last year, myself and Mrs.Gino spent a really wonderful […]

A Fairy Tale Family Holiday in Germany

Once upon a time, two storytelling brothers called Grimm spent their days writing fairy tales inspired by the German towns and countryside they grew up in. Now, those stories, such as Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty among many others, are known the world over and lovers […]

By |March 13th, 2013|Family|0 Comments|

5 Quirky Festivals To Attend In Britain

In January, inspired by some office banter about New Year’s Resolutions, I made a pledge to visit a food festival I’ve never been to before and thought it was about time I started to do some research on where I should go. This morning, I’ve spent a bit of time Googling foodie events in […]

Wingin’ it Works

When I stepped off the very first flight of my travels, I was well prepared. I’d decided to start my adventures in Europe to see how I’d fare out there on my own and when I landed in Dusseldorf, I had my Lonely Planet Guide to Germany, a phrase book, comprehensive travel insurance and […]

By |March 1st, 2013|Tips|0 Comments|

Romantic Breaks for Couples in Gran Canaria

Whether you’re planning a full-on fortnight’s holiday, a quick weekend getaway or even a honeymoon, there are plenty of ways to enjoy some romantic time with the one you love on this Canary Island. Pick up a rental car in Gran Canaria, load a CD of your favourite songs, pop on your shades and […]

By |February 21st, 2013|Couples|0 Comments|

Laid-Back Holidays in Lanzarote

As one of the Canary Islands’ most visited destinations, Lanzarote has well developed resorts and attractions which contribute to it being known as a great destination for those on a budget, families and young groups taking their first independent holiday away from mum and dad. But, away from the largest and busiest spots, the […]

By |February 19th, 2013|Destination spotlight|0 Comments|

Family Fun in the Waterparks of Tenerife

Tenerife is one of the most popular holiday destinations that we arrange hire cars for because no matter what time of year you go, the weather is always warm. Millions of people head to the island every year and there are hundreds of attractions and activities to enjoy, which makes is a brilliant holiday […]

By |February 17th, 2013|Destination spotlight|0 Comments|