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60 Year Anniversary: A Look at Life in 1954

60 years ago, we broke new ground by providing travelers with the freedom to explore the incredible sights, sounds and tastes of Europe with competitively priced rental cars, but we must admit that other incredible things were also happening during that important time.

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Memorable Trips to Europe by U.S. Presidents

In honor of President’s Day, it seemed only fitting that Auto Europe took this opportunity to highlight some of the most influential trips to Europe made by former U.S. Presidents.

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Anywhere in Time and Space: Travel with Doctor Who

Over the past five decades, the versatile Doctor Who has taken his viewers almost everywhere and every time imaginable. If you’re looking to include the enigmatic time lord in your travel plans, you might consider a stop at these equally enigmatic travel destinations.

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Painters of the Côte d’Azur Route Part II

Picking up where Wednesday’s post left off, we continue along the Painters of the Côte d’Azur Route. Although Saint-Tropez may be considered to be the unofficial western limit of the French Riviera, there are a few more stops you should consider adding to your itinerary. Otherwise, you’ll miss out on Cézanne and Van Gogh’s south of France stomping grounds.

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Painters of the Côte d’Azur Route

Since the mid-19th century, the Côte d’Azur (French Riviera) has been luring aristocrats, the rich and the famous, and esteemed artists to its picture perfect cliff-lined coastline. After France acquired this territory in 1859 and then with the arrival of the region’s first railway system, the Riviera rapidly evolved into a popular vacation locale.

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