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If your trip to Almyros is all booked but your travel itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.
If you want to return home with some fantastic travel tales, try your hand at canoeing tour. It's one of the most popular activities in the area. Once you're done, check out Monastery of the Virgin Mary and Agia Sofia Beach.
With some great day trip options available in the surrounding area, having your own car makes sense. Without one, it wouldn't be half as easy to soak up all that Volos, 19 miles away, has to offer. Among the first stops you make here should be Archaeological Museum of Volos, Museum of Folk Art and History of Pelion and Volos Town Hall. Located 25 miles away, Istiaia-Aidipsos is another popular tourist destination. If you swing by, don't miss Thermal Springs of Edipsos, Kanatadika Beach and Thermae Sylla Spa.
Point your car towards Agia Sofia Beach. It's 19 miles from Almyros and is a lovely place to lie back and unwind. Go for a gentle stroll by the water and listen to the waves crashing onto the shore.
Here are our recommendations on how to hop behind the wheel of a rental car with some extra cash in your wallet:
With your very own rental vehicle, Almyros is yours to enjoy. People flock to this charming city for a variety of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have the ideal car for each of them. A major priority for big families is space (and legroom). Depending on the size of the family, that could mean anything from a full-size car to a 12-passenger van. Budget-conscious travelers enjoy the affordability of our smaller cars, such as a mini or an economy. If you're eager to turn some heads in Almyros, check out our special category for a vehicle that will make any car buff dizzy with excitement.
There's plenty of choice when it comes to rental cars in Almyros. From luxury models to economy rides that are a snap to park, you'll find it all here. Choosing your perfect match of course depends on your budget and what you intend to do. There are some road trips that are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas others don't need more than a bargain, no-frills type model. Which car will you be sliding behind the wheel of this time?
When driving somewhere unfamiliar, you'll want to have a solid understanding of the local traffic regulations. Here's what you need to know to navigate your way around Almyros safely and soundly:
In Almyros, you'll have to keep on the right-hand side. When road-tripping someplace new, it's wise to book a vehicle with automatic transmission. That way, you can concentrate on the road and not stress about gear changes.
You'll discover plenty of places to park the car in Almyros. Even right in the thick of things, there's often a spot right where you need it.
As with many places, you can expect more traffic just before and after work during the week. However, due to its smaller population of approximately 8,000, traffic jams aren't much of an issue in Almyros.
Speed limits vary in and around the city of Almyros, but typically range from 50 km/h to 130 km/h. Most residential areas have a maximum speed of 50 km/h unless stated otherwise.
More often than not, your rental car company will charge the amount of the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may provide your contact details to the relevant local authority so they can issue a fine to you directly.
Like many places, regular cell phone usage is not allowed while cruising around Almyros. An exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just remember to stay focused on the road.
When driving in Almyros, it's an offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. Planning to have a few drinks while you're out? Consider booking a taxi or using a ride-sharing service.
No, so don't risk a fine by doing it. In Almyros, red means stop, with no exceptions. When nearing traffic lights, always drive at a safe speed so you can easily stop when you need to.
In short, yes. Although, there may be exceptions for vehicles used by public transportation systems.