How Does Car Hire Excess Insurance Work?
When renting or hiring a car, if the vehicle gets stolen or damaged excess costs can sometimes really sting. If you’re off on a road trip, be it a staycation or a holiday abroad, you want to relax and enjoy your time away rather than be worrying about the potential cost you might have to pay if you accidentally damage the rental car. To put your mind at rest you can purchase car hire excess insurance which ...Read more
If you’re planning on hiring a car for your next getaway having the correct insurance is vital however it can be confusing. Most hire cars come with free insurance but then you’ll be offered insurance on top of the free cover and then you’ve got to consider car hire excess insurance. Confused? Don’t panic, our guide is here to help you understand how to insure your rental car for your next trip. Types of cover Usually, there are three basic types of cover for rental ...Read more
Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital and many people use it as a hub when visiting Iceland. The city boasts the perfect balance between cultural hub, Viking roots and untouched nature to make it one of the most treasured cities in the world. Still not convinced? Our blog will reveal countless reasons why you should hop on a plane and visit Reykjavik.
Countless amazing museums
Despite being on the smaller side for a city, Reykjavik is blessed with some incredible museums, ...Read more
With 283 days of guaranteed sunshine a year, Brisbane is one of Australia’s most popular destinations. Not only is it a fantastic place to live it’s also at the top of many Australian travel itineraries. Escape the chaos of Sydney and enjoy a laidback time soaking up the Aussie sun on Australia’s East Coast.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
The sanctuary at Lone Pine is known as Australia’s ‘Home of the Koalas’. Often overshadowed by the large zoos available in the country, the work ...Read more
Despite being nestled on the Costa del Sol, Alicante has a completely different vibe compared to the likes of Marbella and Fuengirola. Alicante is an attractive city, bestowed with an attractive promenade and harbour, as well as a couple of glorious beaches. Unlike other Cost del Sol locations, Alicante doesn’t have a party atmosphere. Whilst bars and restaurants stay open late, there is a much more family-friendly vibe. Join us and let us convince you of a summer holiday in Alicante this ...Read more
A jewel in the crown of Spain’s Costa del Sol, countless holidaymakers descend upon Malaga every year. Due to its popularity as a tourist destination, Malaga has a rich infrastructure of public transport, including buses, trains, taxis and the Malaga Metro system. In our blog we shine a light on some of the most popular ways of getting around the city for those on their holidays.
Segway Tours Malaga
Whizz around the port city of Malaga on your very own Segway. The eco-friendly ...Read more