Golden Sands

Golden Sands is a resort near Varna, and was voted as the best resort in Europe, according to German Travel Channel. The other tourist places participating in the voting were Majorca, Dubrovnik and Nice.

If you’re willing to visit Golden Sands, the only way is to get there is by:

  • airplane to Varna, then with bus, taxi or rental car to Golden Sands
  • directly with bus from whenever you’re coming
  • train to Varna, then with bus, taxi or rent a car in Varna
  • directly with your own vehicle

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Budapest mini-guide – rent a car Budapest

Budapest often is referred as Eastern Paris. The city reserves signs of remarkable Magyar legacy, shown with amazing old buildings. The capital is divided in to parts – Buda, being the more interesting, because of it’s historic part. Pest is the newer, flatter part of the Budapest, which has an excellent view from the old part of the city.

There is a walled castle district in the old part – Buda. Definitely this should be your first stop when you arrive in Budapest no matter how you are traveling – via rental car from Budapest or other city, or public transport. Almost every of Budapest car hire companies are available to rent a car at Budapest airport (Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport, located 16 km east-southeast of the Budapest downtown) also. Of course you cant rent a car in Budapest downtown, or the hotel or Hostel you are staying in. Some of the most known car rentals in Budapest are Hertz car hire, Sixt, Carena Rent a car, National and Europcar. Buda includes medieval Old Town, Budapest Historical Museum, Royal Palace, Hungarian National Gallery and Library and finally, but not last – 700 year Old Gothic church – St.  Matthias.

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Rent a car Prague – travel mini-guide for Prague

City of Prague is among the most amazing capitals in Europe, especially in eastern. Because of its ancient history, the city received many of epithets, such as: Tower Prague, Golden Prague or The Pearl of European Crown. The history of Prague began in third century BC. As independent, Prague is formed in 1784 as a result of consolidation of six districts, each with it’s own architecture, territory and administration. One of the most ancient districts are Prague Castle and Vyshegrad.

Although you can arrange some local car rental form with ease, you can compare Prague car hire prices at Carena Rent car rentals. Typical rate of car rental deals are between 20 and 50 EUR per day for Economy, Compact or Standard rent a car classes. Any of the Prague car rental dealers are accepting credit or debit cards, traveling checks or cash.

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Mini-travel guide and rent a car deals