Road trip blog posts


Iceland is a big island with few people. The island itself is 103,000 km2  but only has 321,857 people living there. That’s equivalent to one street in New York! Even though so few people live here,Iceland has a lot to offer. What you want to do on your holiday or short-break is up to you, but Avis car hire will help you get there. To get the best out of Iceland you should consider renting your own car. Wouldn’t it be great to pick up your car from the airport? No waiting in line for bu Read More >>

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We have pulled together some top golf courses from across the world to give those of you who enjoy the sport some inspiration whilst on your travels. 1. Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand For an idyllic landscape and scene, try out Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand. This course is situated on the east coast of the North Island with holes that jut out on the promontories, looking over into the Pacific Ocean. The grounds are also equipped a stylish clubhouse, spa treatment facility and a master cottage.  Read More >>

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Forget about badly organised coach trips from your holiday resort; the best way to experience the sights, culture and way of life of a country, is to take a road trip. And being able to hire a car at any Avis branch across the world makes road trips a real option, not just a daydream! The home of the great road trip has to be the United States, with thousands of miles of wide open highway criss-crossing America and creating some of the most famous road trips in the world. The iconic Route 66 fro Read More >>

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Following my recent post on Top Gear’s review of arguably the world’s greatest driving roads, i-Motor magazine this month looks at the other end of the spectrum and identifies some of the most dangerous roads on the planet. Below is my pick from their selection - Eyre Highway, Australia – Has stretches of highway up to 300 miles without settlements is not an ideal place to break down! Also known for being the straightest, flattest road in the world, it’s ‘road trains’ are a famil Read More >>

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