Europe attractions and the best auto rental companies? Give your legs a workout and climb the 284 steps to the top of the Arc de Triomphe. The views sweep in geometric splendour between the arc of La Defense and the Louvre. It’s also a plum spot for observing Parisian driving techniques around the unmarked traffic island below: in fact, have an accident here and it’s automatically 50/50 on the insurance claim, no matter whose fault it is. Back on solid ground, spare a thought for the Unknown Soldier whose grave sits solemnly in the centre of the arch.
For the love of Nature, one should visit Kornati National Park. To be honest, travel to Croatia doesn’t make much sense for tranquility-hunters unless they visit the Kornati Archipelago that is very often dubbed as nautical paradise. About 140 islands make up this National Park where dramatic caverns, cliffs, and caves of the tight-knit isles throw an awful lot of challenges. These islands are mostly made of Karst Limestone and offer excellent opportunities for hiking. Yes, for those tourists who love some real excitement, sailing through the National Park adds a whole new dimension. For those who are not big enthusiasts of ‘sail alone’ opportunity, the National Park offers guided tours from Split, Sibenik, and Zadar.
Featuring dense woodlands in the north, as well as a fascinating sculpture park, the area was once a country estate and hunting reserve, and to this day is home to many red and roe deer. The best-preserved part of the park encompasses an area of dramatic dunes interspersed with heath and woodland and interrupted in the south and east by moraines up to 100 meters high. It’s also a popular area for bird-watching, as well as hiking and biking (use of bikes is free to visitors). The highlight of this beautiful park for many – and the reason many people choose to come here – is the outstanding Kröller-Müller Museum (Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller), housing the world’s second-largest collection of works by Van Gogh. In addition, the collections include Impressionist and Expressionist paintings by Cézanne, Manet, Monet, and Renoir. Outdoors, one of Europe’s largest sculpture gardens shows works by Rodin, Hepworth, Dubuffet, and others.
Another UNESCO-listed megalithic site, the prehistoric Hagar Qim Temples are on Malta’s south coast in a commanding position on a rocky plateau overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the Island of Filfla. Dating between 3600 BC to 3200 BC, the ancient site was buried under mounds of earth until its discovery in 1839. The facade, made up of two upright stones supporting one stone lintel, has a striking entrance. The builders of these remarkable prehistoric temples did not use a symmetrical layout of the three chambers. Instead, the chambers and apses connect with one another but not in a uniform plan. Each temple was built as an individual place of worship. The largest megalith of this 5,000-year-old site is more than seven meters long and weighs approximately 20 tons. The little boulders, the size of bowling balls, strewn about the site were used like castors to move the massive megaliths into place. Artifacts found on the site, including the Fat deities, believed to be symbols of fertility, and the nude Venus of Malta, are on display at the National Museum of Archeological in Valletta. Read additional info on https://es.autoeurope.com/.
The Dodecanese island of Kalymnos is situated between the neighboring islands of Leros and Kos. Although Kalymnos is a mountainous island, it is one with very picturesque and inspiring landscapes, filled with green forests and natural bays, where the blue waters of the Aegean meet the soft golden sandy beaches, creating a truly unique setting in which to enjoy holidays in Kalymnos.
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