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- Pre-prepared paperwork
- Priority Avis Preferred counters
- No signature, just show your license
- Car parked in convenient place
- The Avis Preferred ‘3 Minute Promise’ is offered at over 500 key locations in Europe

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BA Executive Club

Benefits

  

BA Executive Club member benefits include:

- Free additional driver
- One Avios awarded per $1 spent on car rental
- Minimum 500 Avios per rental on car only
- Minimum 2,500 Avios per fly-drive booking
- Plus more ways to earn bonus Avios

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Avis Spring Sale

Destinations

  • UK

    UK

    Hire a car in London and explore the surrounding areas. Take a trip to the historical sights that surround London. Discover medieval castles, roman baths and world heritage sights with London car rental. Drive south where the sun shines on Brighton’s pebbly beach dotted with striped deckchairs, and limestone walls snake their way across Yorkshire’s verdant dales. Bath’s gracious Georgian terraces are a contrast to trendy canal-side flats in converted Manchester warehouses.

     
  • France

    France

    France truly is a land of culture, history and diversity.  Visiting all it's different regions allows for a myriad of experiences. The glamour of Nice and St.Tropez, the history of Versaille and Normandy, the Vinyards of Bergundy and Alsace. France is a feast for the senses. Medieval history comes alive along Strasbourg’s cobblestoned lanes, while sporty types head to Chamonix for skiing.

     
  • Italy

    Italy

    Combine a city break in Rome with a beach holiday in Sorrento or on the Amalfi Coast. See the famous sights of Venice or Florence and stay in one of our carefully selected hotels. Hire an affordable Economy car, a fantastic value Compact car or upgrade to an Intermediate car for a more spacious ride.

     
  • Spain

    Spain

    One trip to Spain can never be enough.  Every region is so different from the next, it is as diverse a country as you will find.  From the sun baked plains of Andalucia to the peaks of the Pyrenees. In majestic Madrid, the Prado gallery houses haunting El Greco paintings, and 20th-century art fills Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim in Bilbao. It’s easy to pack your Barcelona visit with Gaudi’s eccentric mosaics, while in vibrant Seville the royal palace Alcazar drips with Moorish influence. Spain is a destination that has more to offer than meets the eye.

     

     
  • Germany

    Germany

    Discover the rich variety of Germany's 16 states: from Rhineland Palatinate's castle-dotted vineyards in the west to the north coast's rolling dunes, thrashed by the North Sea. In summer, hike the Black Forest's velvety woodlands streaked with purple heather. Down south, the first snow lures skiers to the pointy Bavarian Alps, grazing the Austrian border.

     
  • Switzerland

    Switzerland

    If you love the great outdoors head straight for Switzerland's snow-capped Alps, rippling mountain-framed lakes and winding meadow trails. Take France, Italy and Germany's best bits, mix them all together and you'll soon see why people return to Switzerland again and again. Head to Switzerland's picturesque towns to sip coffee and people-watch on historic squares, surrounded by Romanesque and Gothic architecture.

     
  • Belgium

    Belgium

    Explore the French-speaking Wallonia region located in the south of Belgium. Flemish (similar to Dutch) is the main language in Flanders, which occupies the northern part of the country. You might want to learn a few words but most residents of Brussels speak very good English. A string of resorts and the ports Ostend and Zeebrugge line Belgium's 40 miles of North Sea coastline. Inland, you'll discover picturesque Belgian cities and towns with well-preserved medieval architecture.

     
  • Denmark

    Denmark

    Discover Denmark's 3,000 miles of unspoilt beaches. Head north of the capital to coastal Kronborg Castle, the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet. Ferries link the many islands, and Denmark's small size means you're never far from services. You'll find that even outside the main cities, the Danes are generally helpful and friendly, and the majority speak at least some English.

     
  • Portugal

    Portugal

    Explore Portugal's distinct regions, from the lush vineyards of the Douro in the north to the craggy coastline of Alentejo in south-west Portugal. Enjoy holidays on the sandy beaches of Portugal's Estoril Coast and play golf in the Algarve. Or visit the mid-Atlantic Azores islands for whale watching and nature trips.

     
  • Austria

    Austria

    Austria may be small but it's also packed with variety, from grand Hapsburg palaces to mountain-framed alpine-green pastures. Stick to the cities to sip cream-smothered Viennese coffees in chandelier-lit cafes or trawl contemporary art galleries in fast developing Linz. Head for the great outdoors for lively après-ski chalets or ski down Tyrol's snowy Alps.

     
  • Netherlands

    Netherlands

    Watch windmill sails turning hypnotically around in South Holland. Or mingle in the hip bars and contemporary design shops of buzzing second city Rotterdam and you'll soon admire how the Netherlands combines the best of the old and the new. Drive through flower-strewn lowlands and pass picturesque canals to funky capital Amsterdam with its exciting blend of culture, history and late-night partying.

     
  • Sweden

    Sweden

    Explore the waterside royal palaces of Stockholm, Sweden's elegant and sophisticated capital, and the jewel in Sweden's urban crown. Test Gothenburg's fast developing gastronomic reputation in the west, or see the modern architecture that's springing up all over 13th-century Malmö. Gaze up at medieval Uppsala's twin-spired cathedral, Scandinavia's biggest.

     
  • Norway

    Norway

    Head to Norway to discover pristine natural beauty, from the deep blue fjords and vast wilderness of the Jostedalsbreen glacier in the southwest to the sparsely-populated Arctic islands. Cosmopolitan Oslo is packed with museums and eclectic bars, but escape the capital to find remote villages of wooden houses nestled deep in the mountains. Visit in summer to make the most of never-ending days under the midnight sun.

     

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Terms and Conditions

All package prices are in USD and are inclusive of all Government taxes and fees. Sale rates valid for bookings between Mar 25 - May 31, 2013.  Sale rates valid for travel between Apr 15 - Jun 30 & Sept 1 - Dec 16, 2013. Up to 15% discount based on Denmark rates. Prices are per day based on a 7-day car rental in the smallest car category available. Blackout dates may apply and vary by destination.  Standard British Airways terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions please refer to www.ba.com.