Posted in UAE

Abu Dhabi

Compared to its larger and glitzier brother Dubai, Abu Dhabi is substantially more compact. Nowhere in the downtown area is more than a short bus…

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Posted in India

Agra

[top2 num=”6″] The city of Agra is undoubtedly most famous for being the location of the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most iconic and…

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Posted in Jordan

Amman

The Jordanian capital is an incredibly compact city, where the historic core is richly connected and inherently walkable. [top num=”8″] There are few reasons to…

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Posted in India

Amritsar

As with other cities in India, the local car hire market is not well developed. It’s obvious to suggest that the core focus of any…

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Posted in Kazakhstan

Astana

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Posted in Bahrain

Bahrain

Hiring a car in any of the Gulf states is never for the fainthearted. Although the roads in this part of the world tend to…

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Posted in Indonesia

Bali

[top num=”22″] The natural starting point for a beautiful island like Bali is that this is the sort of place where you might well just…

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Posted in Thailand

Bangkok

Bangkok is the second most visited city in the world, in terms of international arrivals, sitting behind just Hong Kong. Even if it’s very easy…

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Posted in China

Beijing

When it comes to making transport choices, whether it is roads that are as thick as treacle, crowded subways or streets that are impossible to…

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Posted in India

Chennai

Generally speaking, hire cars don’t make much sense when visiting India, partly because many visitors are not comfortable with local driving conditions, but also because…

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