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Sixt Bobby Car – Tori’s UK Roadtrip

21 Aug 2014 by Ishbel     
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The Bobby car give-away at selected UK branches If you’ve ever travelled with children, you will be well familiar with the endless cry of: “Are we there yet?” Sixt recognised this and in order to make family trips less stressful, as well as to ensure the experience with their car rental service is as seamless […]

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Station of the Month: Heathrow Airport

13 Dec 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     

Sixt rent a car is happy to announce the Station of the Month December: Heathrow Airport! Congratulations! With the Christmas rush just round the corner we have a fleet of cars that will not disappoint. We are ready to make your Christmas experience as perfect as possible with our regular shuttle bus waiting to bring […]

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Heathrow to Phoenix to Jamaica

28 Nov 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     

What to do when you are bored Sometimes you feel like you are working 24/7 and you are longing for a week of vacation. But what to do when the vacations is finally there? Playing board games and watching TV is no alternative for someone who wants more from life. Having this tiny bit of […]

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Special days out with Sixt Luxury Cars

11 Sep 2013 by Evelyn Firydus     

Luxury Car Hire with Sixt Why not change a great day out to an unforgettable day out by trying out one of SIXT’s newest products; Sixt luxury cars. A road trip into the countryside or day out around your favourite city centre can be made extra special by relaxing in your unbelievably comfortable, stylish new […]

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Lots to do in London this September

2 Sep 2013 by Evelyn Firydus     

Slowly but steadily the days are getting shorter again as autumn is nearing. But there’s no need to feel blue as there is plenty to do throughout London this September. You don’t have to be a local Londoner to enjoy the many events taking place; travel down to the capital for a weekend break or […]

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HS2 – Do we need it?

27 Jun 2013 by Gary Coughlan     
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HS2 will connect London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester and Leeds to the existing Europe-wide high speed network. Nowadays, major engineering projects have as many critics as they do ravers. The Olympics for example were expected by some to be an expensive embarrassing failure, another Millennium Dome. The Olympics turned out to be a great success and […]

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Car Hire vs Public Transport

27 Feb 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     
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Train fares have increased dramatically in recent years, however this does not have to mean that if you do not own a car, or your car is not reliable enough for long distance travel, that you have to be stuck at home. An increasing number of people are choosing to hire a car in order […]

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Sixt at Stansted Airport

19 Feb 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     

London Stansted Airport is the third busiest airport in the UK, mainly thanks to its proximity to the capital and other popular towns and cities, like Cambridge, Colchester and St. Albans. More than 20 million travellers pass through the airport each year, and a range of airlines operate flights between Stansted and destinations across Europe. […]

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The Shard opens its doors to tourists!

15 Feb 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     
Filed under: Life in London     Tags: ,

The Shard is a 95 storey tower, clad in numerous sheets of shimmering glass which opened its doors to public visitors on 1 February 2013. In the summer, it glistens like a diamond against the largely grey City of London. The sky scraper peaks at a height of 309.6 metres, its mast-like stature dominating the […]

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Chinese new year 2013: The best places to celebrate

28 Jan 2013 by Matthew Fransioli     
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The Chinese new year is an esteemed celebration observed by the Chinese community in the UK and across the world. Also known as the “Spring Festival” it is arguably the longest holiday in China lasting 15 days. Each year in the Chinese calendar corresponds to the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac with the event […]

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