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Rent a car in Thessaloniki at competitive prices

To get a car you need:
  • Voucher
  • Driver's license (valid for at least 12 month
  • Credit card
  • Passport

Car rental has always seemed difficult and tedious to you? Were you afraid to make mistakes with companies or run into scammers? Now you should put all your fears and doubts aside! With our company, renting a car in the city Thessaloniki (Greece) has become simple and easy. You select the required dates, use the search to select a car, and fill out a simplified contact form. No more doubting the rental locations, we work only with the best and most reliable companies, including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar. Using our server, you will understand how easy the booking process is.

Car classes at

  • Minivan
  • Mini
  • Wagon
  • Suv
  • Full-Size
  • Economical
  • Compact

You can rent such a car in any city Greece, even in Thessaloniki.

Renting a compact car always causes a stir in Thessaloniki. Taking such a car, you can easily overcome any path in Greece. If you want to rent a car for driving along the main streets of Thessaloniki, from office to hotel, then it makes no difference for you which type of car you choose, but there are also your preferences. Just imagine how much more convenient it is to get around in the compact car Thessaloniki. Parking is easier and faster to find, maneuverability is much higher than that of the same SUV. And the safety indicators are much higher.

But if you are an avid traveler, photographer, blogger, then you need a compact car in Greece. Do they need trunks of things? Tireless adventurers always travel light, sometimes with a single backpack all over Greece. Throw it in the back seat of a compact car rented in Thessaloniki and you will enjoy a pleasant ride. Put aside business and doubts and enjoy the long-awaited journey through the beautiful country.

Attractions Thessaloniki

History of the Greek city of Thessaloniki begins in 315 BC, when King Cassander founded a settlement along the shore of the Thermaic Gulf. Throughout the centuries, the city was conquered by the Romans, Bulgarians, Saracens and Turks. Today it is the second largest locality in Greece with a well developed industry.

There is a major port. Tourists travel to Thessaloniki to see the landmarks inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Interesting Attractions of Thessaloniki

An important city attraction is the Basilica of St. Demetrios, the 7th-century structure. It is the largest church in the city. Its roof has no a dome, and the Bell Tower was attached. From the inside, the basilica attracts people with a colorful colonnade, mosaic pictures, numerous frescoes.

The Latomos Monastery is a pretty popular place in Thessaloniki. It is located in the central part of the city and was built in the 5th century. The Church of Hosios David is the only of its structures preserved to our days. The functioning church is decorated with frescoes and mosaics depicting scenes from the life of Christ.