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Traveling in Europe does not have to be such a pain anymore. In the past you would need a guide or a good map and some patience as you figured out the winding streets of the cities and the long drives in the countryside. But with GPS Europe, you will not need to worry about getting lost when you visit the “Old Country”.
You might be familiar with GPS in North America and how the maps come preloaded. But now there are GPS devices that have preloaded maps for European countries as well. Garmin GPS is leading the way in this niche and supplies a number of models to help travelers in Europe keep from getting lost. In addition to planning the route to your destination, these GPS devices also identify points of interest such as ATM’s, restaurants and gas stations.
You can rent a vehicle that has GPS in it already or rent a vehicle and then rent the GPS unit separately. But the rental fees for these GPS units can quickly add up to more than what you would pay to buy one outright. So the best option for consumers is to buy their own Garmin GPS for Europe.
As we stated earlier, Garmin has a number of GPS devices that come preloaded with maps for North America and Europe right out of the box. One of these is the Garmin Nuvi 370 and another is the Garmin Nuvi 660. These are not the only ones that are compatible with European travel, but they are fairly popular with consumers and as such, deserve mention here. And the best part of these handheld GPS is that they can go with you even when you are out of the car.
With 2D or 3D map representation, voice guidance for optimum attention to the road and extra features such as currency converters, the Garmin devices are a boon to travelers in Europe.
The next time you are planning a trip to Germany, make sure you bring your GPS device in your suitcase.