Posted in France

Bastia

[top num=”29″] Given that rail-based public transport on Corsica is slow, disjointed and dilapidated, a hire car is going to make a lot more sense….

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Posted in United Kingdom

Belfast

The Northern Ireland peace process has brought about a significant rise in the number of tourists visiting Belfast. As with most European cities, the main…

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Posted in Norway

Bergen

[top num=”32″] It is a while since I actually visited Bergen, but oddly enough, the scenery hasn’t changed much, and the infrastructure hasn’t changed a great…

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Posted in Germany

Berlin

Or are you better off using the city’s excellent public transport, combined with walking and maybe a bit of cycling? [top num=”33″] Since reunification, the…

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Posted in Switzerland

Bern

The Swiss capital is often overlooked by people who just want to change trains and head for the ski resorts, but this is a great…

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Posted in Spain

Bilbao

The Basque city of Bilbao is known above anything else for one big draw, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. This ship-like structure was designed by the…

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Posted in Denmark

Billund

[top num=”37″] [why2 num=”37″] In and around Billund Billund has no railway station, so if you don’t rent a car, you will have to take…

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Posted in United Kingdom

Birmingham

Birmingham sits at the heart of the English Midlands, with a strong mix of both industrial and traditional tourist attractions. Like any reasonable sized European…

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Posted in Turkey

Bodrum

Should you rent a car in Bodrum? Visitors arriving into Bodrum airport and considering whether or not to hire a car will probably already be aware…

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Posted in Italy

Bologna

Our advice for Bologna really depends largely on how you are getting to Bologna in the first place – the city has previously had two active…

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