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Welcome to your gateway to the hospitality of many of the 39 member countries of the European Travel Commission. Let this website assist you to explore the beauty and interesting diversity these countries have to offer, whilst giving you the benefit of some information that will make your holiday in Europe the holiday of a lifetime. Welcome to your gateway to the hospitality of many of the 39 member countries of the European Travel Commission. Let this website assist you to explore the beauty and interesting diversity these countries have to offer, whilst giving you the benefit of some information that will make your holiday in Europe the holiday of a lifetime. Welcome to your gateway to the hospitality of many of the 39 member countries of the European Travel Commission. Let this website assist you to explore the beauty and interesting diversity these countries have to offer, whilst giving you the benefit of some information that will make your holiday in Europe the holiday of a lifetime.

While browsing through our pages you will find many interesting articles, discover a broad range of practical tourist information and a series of useful tools, such as weather conditions, the currency converter, and the opportunity to send e-cards to your friends and family.

Driving in mainland Europe can be a stressful experience, especially if you're not fully prepared.

Most importantly, you need to know the traffic laws in the country or countries you are planning to visit. Do some research visit websites, talk to your motoring organizations, they will give you an insight foreign road signs and what they mean. Some signs are quite similar from country to country, but it is vital that you can recognise them - misunderstanding a no entry sign, for example, could mean you suddenly find yourself driving the wrong way down a motorway.

MEMBER: All speed limit signs throughout Europe are in kilometres an hour, not miles per hour (so a sign saying 120 is not a licence to put your foot down and see how fast your car can go, but rather a speed limit of around 75mph). Likewise, signs denoting the distances to places are in kilometres.

However, rules and regulations vary from country to country – our pages are not intended to be comprehensive or definitive but cover what we think are the most important points. However, we update all pages as new information comes to hand.

Please note: This information is NOT aimed at residents of the countries in this guide, it is provided for holidaymakers and tourists to give them a basic insight into the rules and regulations of the countries listed.

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