France is home to many tourist hotspots, ranging from the grand Eiffel Tower in Paris, to the deep blue waters of the French Riviera. The rich culture and history of the country attract visitors from all around the globe, many of whom prefer to rent a car or motorhome and cruise down the French roads for the ultimate experience. Like most countries, France has motorway tolls, which can make planning your road trip across France on a budget a little more difficult. But worry not, it’s a simple process!
If you’re taking a road trip across Europe, Germany is definitely at the top of your destination list. From the infamous autobahn in Germany to environmental stickers, the regulations might not be what you’d expect. If you want to learn more about driving in Germany but not sure where to look, then worry not! You’ve come to the right place.
Ah Switzerland, home to lakes, villages and the ever reaching peaks of the Alps. Its central position in Europe makes it ideal for a road trip, driving to the classic Zürich, beautiful Geneva and medieval Lucerne. But before you climb into your motorhome, it is important to consider the toll roads, vignettes and regulations you should know to avoid any issues later. We’ll provide you with everything you need to know about tolls roads in Switzerland, so you can focus on packing and preparing for the overload of chocolate and cheese!
Like many European countries, Spain has a number of toll roads crisscrossing the country. The system in place is quite easy to navigate, if you know where to look. And luckily for you, this blog post provides all the information you’ll need, alongside some useful tips and tricks about driving to Spain, and Spanish road signs!
Are you planning a roadtrip to or passing through Austria but aren’t sure what kind of rules apply in terms of tolls on the roads in this country? Don’t despair! We’ve put together short, concise guide of all you need to know before setting off on your adventure to the country of the beautiful Alps and delicious food! Driving in Austria can be a really beautiful experience, as even some of the highways go through beautiful nature. So rent a campervan at Goboony and read this article to learn about all you need to know about toll roads in Austria!
Hungary is a country of stunning architecture, natural delights (like Europe’s biggest continental lake and glorious hill ranges), exciting cities with world-renowned nightlife, thermal spas, delightful folk tradition and art, a complex political history, and unique gastronomy. There are so many reasons why a road trip through it is a lesser-known trip that all motorhome drivers should take.
If there’s one place that should be at the top of your road trip bucket list, it’s Slovenia. Well known for its marvellous caves, and fascinating views, especially the magnificent Bled Castle overlooking the deep blue waters of the lake, it’s no wonder that millions of people flock the country annually to explore its gems! While some opt for flying across the country, others decide to hit the road for the trip of a lifetime, to explore all the country has to offer.
Let’s face it, we love going to France. What's more, despite a lot of our trips are camping ones and involve driving through the countryside, there are times when you want to head to one of the country’s iconic beautiful metropoles. For some time it has been compulsory for your vehicle to have an environmental sticker in some French cities. Why did the French introduce this environmental sticker, what are the criteria for different stickers and where and when do you need to have one? We wrote this blog to clear the air on those questions.
“Am I really doing this?”, you might think whilst you see your journey time double after selecting the option to avoid motorways in Google Maps. We get it, the idea of deliberately postponing your estimated time of arrival seems completely crazy. Mainly because mankind has been on a continuous quest to speed up ways of travel throughout history, which is why it goes against all instinct. Didn’t we invent Satnav and route planners to calculate the fastest possible route to our destination for us, not the slowest?