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EDIT: Just noticed you said you don't intend to go to a swimming pool but that is my first suggestion. You don't have to swim or anything to use the facilities, only pay the entrance fee. This is probably the cheapest and most common shower facility but I have other suggestions too: For Europe, I would go towards water. Pools are quite common to find and ...


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Airports often offer showers (Airport Toulouse e.g. for free, nobody asks you for your flight or whatever); lots of gas stations / truck stops on the motorway (usually they are a bit hidden, but for free then :) ) In case you will pass the coast: almost all marinas offer warm showers for 50ct campsites. Just walk inside with your towel and bath stuff. ...


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If you have a (rental) car, a good option would be to go to a large fuel station along the highway. That is where truckers shower. I've never used one, but according to a Dutch truckers forum it costed a few euros back in 2011 (they actually complained about euro 3,50 being absurd). This price was mentioned for Germany, France and Italy, so will probably be ...


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In Paris and a few other cities, you have public bains-douches (baths and showers), intended for people living in apartments/rooms without a bathroom and homeless people. You tend to find them in small streets in low(er)-income neighbourhoods, you can find a map for Paris (where they're now free) here.


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I'd suggest Total Service Stations. The ones on the main highways have shower options for long haul truckies. You pay 2 euro for a hot shower. I'd recommend plotting one on your GPS then checking it has shower facilities on its correlating website (as the ones closer to town are either self service or regular stations). We've done it in Belgium, France and ...


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zipcar membership is world wide Car2go is regional, North American customers have access to cars in USA and Canada. Don' t know what the rules are for europe


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