Car Rental In Istanbul

Finding reliable automobile rentals is our speciality which is why you should not hesitate to give us a call if you wish to borrow a vehicle during your voyage to Istanbul. We are seasoned and licensed travelling professionals and we work with several well-reputed rental companies which maintain large selections of well-kept automobiles. Throughout the years we have become a benchmark for excellence and professionalism due to the fact that we always manage to meet the demands of our clients and cover in full their understanding for quality.

Best prices in Istanbul

As mentioned above we work in close partnership with several prominent international brands such as Sixt, Europcar, Budget, Hertz, Alamo, Enterprise, Avis and more. This gives us access to a large pool of options which is why we are always able to offer to our clients cost-effective Istanbul rent a car options such as:

  • Economy class vehicle from Alamo for the daily rate of £28.79
  • Compact class sedan from Sixt for the daily rate of £36.44
  • Intermediate class vehicle from Europcar for the daily rate of £49.99
  • Standard class SUV from Alamo for the daily rate of £59.70
  • Luxurious class convertible from Enterprise for the daily rate of £114.09
  • Luxurious class vehicle from Sixt for the daily rate of £162.72

All automobiles can be additionally equipped with GPS, infant car chairs, entertainment consoles, on-board Wi-Fi, equipment racks, and roof boxes. All supplementary features are charged separately with a standalone fee. We promise to discover for you rent a car services in Istanbul which are comprehensive and will certainly accommodate not only your budget but also your traveling needs.

We turn attention to the smallest details

Only people within legal driving age and with a valid license are allowed to rent vehicles. Additional chauffeurs are charged separately and must also cover the aforementioned criteria. The vehicle that we will find for you can be used for both intra-city and inter-city trips as there won’t be any mileage limitations. The automobile that you have chosen will be given to you with a full fuel tank and it is in the same fashion that you must return it or you will be charged additionally. Our partners follow these strict rules because they are diligent Istanbul car rental agents who leave noting at chance and don’t take unnecessary gambles.

Round the clock assistance

We welcome you to contact us if you have any questions regarding our modus operandi. Our customer consultants are experienced and helpful professionals who will provide you detailed answers. You can reach us during traditional work hours by telephone and e-mail while you can reserve your vehicle at any time of the day by filling our online booking form. Know that we eager to help you enjoy your visit to Istanbul one of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating cities.

Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey which is one of the most visited countries on the planet. It is classified as a transcontinental city as it spreads over both sides of the Bosphorus Strait and therefore is situated in both Europe and Asia. It is one of the most populous cities on Earth with an estimate population of 14.7 million people (metropolitan area included). Istanbul has a rich cultural and historical heritage which is why it is one of the most interesting and well-known cities in the world.

The city can be reached by air, land and water. Istanbul’s main bus station is the largest in Europe and serves approximately 15.000 buses and 600.000 passengers daily. Sirkeci Terminal and Haydarpaşa Terminal are the city’s principal rail links. They serve both local and international railways and are used by millions of passengers on a yearly basis. Istanbul has two international airports. The Sabiha Gökçen Airport and the Atatürk Airport which is the larger of the two and is the third busiest in Europe. Local authorities as planning the construction of a third airport in the upcoming years.

Hagia Sophia is beyond any doubt the most notable structure in the city. Built as a Christian church during the 6th century it was converted into an imperial mosque by the Ottomans during the mid-15th century. Hagia Sophia was closed in 1935 and today serves the purpose of a museum. Other notable landmarks in Istanbul are the Bosphorus Bridge, Dolmabahçe Palace, Sultan Ahmed Mosque also known as the Blue Mosque, Kapaliçarşi and more.

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