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If you’re going to be in Europe on February 5th and 6th and want to watch the biggest game of the NFL season, we’ve got you covered. Sure, you could hole up in a hotel room with your computer or shell out for the pay-per-view, but there’s something amazing about watching the game in a bar from 12am-4am with a diverse group that makes going out worth it. While the NFL in Europe isn’t even a little bit close to as popular as it is in the US, there are still more fans than you might expect. You never know what you will find without trying, so here’s a list of some great places to watch the Super Bowl in Europe.
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The stage is set at the infamous Hungaroring, minutes from downtown Budapest, a storied track famous for some of Formula 1’s greatest shake-ups, victories, and defeats. Many of F1’s most famous drivers – from Aryton Senna to Lewis Hamilton – claimed to love this track, its technically demanding nature lends itself well to epic duels and dramatic finishes.
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With only a few days left of the 2014 Winter Olympics, tourism officials in Sochi are gearing up for the influx of tourists that they hope will begin flocking to the Black Sea resort community in the upcoming months. While the allure of walking in the footsteps of some of the world’s best athletes is an enticing draw, we became curious about what else Sochi has to offer visitors. In addition to providing great rates on Sochi car rentals, Auto Europe also offers insight on other interesting reasons to visit this up-and-coming locale after the games are over.
Continue reading Visiting Sochi After the 2014 Winter Olympics