Traveling Europe is an experience all should seek at least once in their life. Why would you not want to? It is a continent full of (on the whole) landlocked countries that has been waiting for you to visit for as long as time itself. The most magical part of a road trip around Europe is that you get to experience a whole host of different cultures as you travel through the countries that sit locked together. And traveling on land is definitely the best path to take as you do so. You get to see so much and you get to experience a range of different vehicles on the way. A huge part of each individual culture in Europe is the vehicle of choice in each one. So why not, on your European travels, take to trying out the vehicles that each country is famed for?
And where better a place to start on your car-based travels than the country synonymous with car manufactory: Germany. Whether it be a BMW or a Mercedes-Benz that you want to take for a spin, Germany, of course, has you covered. But, for those of you that don’t have a license, Germany also has you covered too. The Mercedes-Benz museum, for instance, will provide those that appreciate the heritage of car manufactory an inside look into the continuing timeline of one of the world’s most famous manufactures. Also, on a guided tour through the 160 exhibits on offer you can have an overview of the history of not only Mercedes, but the motor car in general.
But for those of you that would actually prefer to be on the road rather than in a museum then fear not. Europe has you more than covered. To be precise Amsterdam, Netherlands has you covered. This is a city rich in history and culture and is famous for a whole host of different things. One of the things it is most famous for, however, is the elektrische scooter. Described as ‘the best way to get around Amsterdam,’ these scooters make for traveling about its tight roads and small areas a doddle. In fact, it is now as synonymous a hobby within the city as other, more famed pastimes. So, if you want to truly experience the culture of Dam, don’t be afraid to get on a scooter!
However, traveling via land doesn’t just mean you have to get behind the wheel or on a scooter yourself. You can let somebody else drive you along. Specifically, you can let the trains that link Europe drive you and take you past and through some of the most breathtaking places in the world. You can travel from Paris to Barcelona. From Rome to Venice. From Berlin to Prague. In Europe, there will always be a train line that you haven’t been on. And there will always be a seat on a train with your name on it!
If you want to travel around Europe then you should certainly have no qualms in doing so by land. When you do so you get to enjoy the most breathtaking views, extraordinary experiences and the coolest vehicles known to man. So, what are you waiting for? Book the flight, and the land-based transportation to follow it, today!