Although I enjoy riding European trains, sometimes a rental car makes more sense. While driving a car in Europe is not without its challenges, it certainly provides easier access to towns off the beaten track. When our family of four is traveling together, it also saves us a lot of money, as train tickets for four add up quite quickly. There’s also lots of fun to be discovered adventuring along the backroads of Europe, or better yet, hitting speeds of up to 120 mph on the German Autobahn.
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Renting a car in a foreign country can be a little daunting, particularly when you’re picking up your car in a country where you don’t speak the language. So, let Gemüt.com European Auto Rentals help smooth out the rough road.