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You have to confirm with your rental agency that you're allowed to do that. In Europe most agencies allow you to travel in all countries of central and western Europe, but forbid you to visit countries in the East, like for example Belarus, Poland, Croatia, etc. However, it will be likely that your rental agency will bill you an extra fee if you want to ...


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There is an established trail that was developed with the same aim as the idea behind your question: the Haute Randonnée Pyrénéenne. It is about 800km long from coast to coast and wiki states 45 days for the average hiker. It is however very remote and I would not advise is without decent hiking experience in mountainous terrain. It is also unmarked and the ...


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I have no administrative advices, but just some suggestions for great sightseeings along the road: avoid the highway between Barcelona and Perpignan: prefer the coastal route where the Pyrénées meet the sea. Landscapes are wonderful and you can stop at Figueres and Cadaqués, the home region of Salvador Dalí, then at Banyuls and Collioure for wine and ...


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La Molina's own website says that there are train and bus options. The bus is provided by Sagalés and runs once daily, departing Barcelona at 06:30 and (if I understand correctly) departing La Molina at 16:00. I'm not sure how much time that would give you on the slopes. Note that it is dependent on there being enough interest on a given day. The train is ...


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Some parts of the GR10 are indeed reachable by public transport usually involving a combination of train and bus. The railway network takes you to the larger cities which are found at the lowest altitudes near the GR10. From these you'll need a bus/coach to reach higher altitudes. In addition, the bus might drop you several km away from the marked trail so ...


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I used Vodafone (they had 3G) and it worked fine in Spain. Once I made it to Andorra, I was roaming and was told what the charges would be. I assume it would be the same had I continued on to France. The rate was 10 EUR for unlimited Internet which cost something like 3.15 EUR per week. They credited the full 10EUR to your account. Once I hit 20MB/day, it ...


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If your vehicle has a European style licence plate (i.e. EU flag on the left hand side and country code, e.g. E for Spain), you can legally drive all over EU. Some countries (Ireland) always have an EU style plate, some countries (UK) do not always have this style. Car insurance should cover you all over the EU (normal car insurance anyway, I don't know ...



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