Seats 5 passengers and the capacity for 2 flight sized carry-on bags, this air-conditioned is ideal for families or groups looking to arrive in style at their destination.
Last Updated: 1st May, 2021
Looking for a cheap car hire in Slovakia? Bratislava Airport BTS, Kosice Airport KSC, Poprad Airport TAT, or in any of the cities and large towns We will compare the rent a car market for you to get you the cheapest price and above all the best deals. Latest model cars with low mileage and very cheap car rental rates.
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Yes you can book car hire with a debit card in Slovakia , no credit card required. Conditions of debit card use: card must be in main driver's name. MasterCard or VISA only. Debit cards must be issued by a bank, and numbers must be embossed. Please note, the deposit amount will be charged if using a debit card and associated transactions fees may apply. Maximum rental duration 28 days if using a debit card. Prepaid and electronic cards (Visa Electron) are not accepted. Be sure to check the filter for Both Credit and Debit Cards on the left side under the heading Cards Accepted At Pick-Up.
Yes, you can hire a car in Slovakia from some car rental companies up to 99 years of age with no extra charges or fees. Contact us we will be glad to assist you by comparing the leading car hire companies to get you the best deals for drivers over 70 in Slovakia.
You can hire a car in Slovakia at 19 years of age, with additional fees. Please contact us and we will be glad to explain how to get the best deal for your age group in Slovakia.
Yes most car hire companies will allow you to take a rental car cross border within EU (except Sweden, Finland, UK and Greece), Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Vatican, San Marino, Monaco, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. You will need to get permission first. There may be additional fees to cross an International border. There may be additional fees to cross an International border.
Yes some car hire companies will allow one way rentals, however you will need to let them know before hand. There may be an additional one way rental fee if you leave the car in a different location to the pick location.
A full licence held for minimum of 1 year with no major endorsements. UK licence holders need to present the photo card.
The principle driver will need to have the following documents in his or her name. A full licence, a credit card, the voucher we will send you when you complete your booking, and a passport. A printed version of your voucher must be produced upon arrival at the rental desk. Failure to present the voucher means the car rental agent may charge you at the local rates. If your form of identification does not include or match your current address, then a separate printed proof of address will be required.
This will depend on the car hire supplier you select. The vast majority of cars have a full to full fuel policy, which means your vehicle will be supplied with a full tank of fuel. To avoid incurring fuel charges, you will need to return it with the same amount of fuel as it had when you collected it. You can also choose pick up full return empty. This maybe more convenient if you wish to drop the car back without delays, but it will be more expensive.
Covered almost entirely by the Carpathian Mountains (also known locally as the Tatras), Slovakia is the Central European country situated at the highest altitude. As you can imagine, Slovak roads are quite spectacular, especially the ones in the eastern part of the country. This 5-million strong state has split from its neighbour, the Czech Republic, roughly 20 years ago and has now grown into a powerhouse of the automotive industry, with almost one million cars being produced here every year. Slovakia is not a big tourist destination – Vienna, the nearby capital of Austria, attracts more tourists per year than Slovakia as a whole. Nevertheless, Slovakia has stunning beauty and colourful cultural aspects waiting to be discovered.
Your tour of Slovakia should start in Vienna in Austria. Bratislava has its own international airport, but it is much smaller. The Slovak capital is just half an hour’s drive away from Vienna. Bratislava is one of the major cities situated on the Danube, with the Hrad Castle overlooking the town from up on a hill. The castle houses a medieval weapons and art expo and is a good belvedere point from where, they say, one can see as far as Vienna on a clear day. Because of Slovakia’s Austro-Hungarian legacy, Bratislava itself is similar to cities such as Budapest or Salzburg, with a small old centre. A walk around the city’s winding streets, going through the small antique shops, will certainly make for a pleasant experience.
Heading north, we pass through the lovely cities of Trencin and Trnava. Both are small, Central European towns, with old buildings displaying exquisite classical architecture. Trencin also has a spectacular medieval castle that can be visited for a small fee, while Trvana boosts one the most impressive cathedrals of Slovakia. Going off the motorway towards the south, the winding road is a pleasure to drive on for any motorist. The destination is even better: Bojnice Castle. This fairytale destination was built in the 12th century, as a majestic exhibit of Romantic architecture. The castle overlooks the small town of Bojnice and its grounds include a 700 year-old linden tree.
To the east, the High Tatra Mountains boost the highest peaks of the Carpathians. The area is mostly forested, with rich wildlife and flora. Lots of hiking trails lead you up on Slovakia’s peaks, allowing you to enjoy some splendid views and loads of fresh air. The Demanovska Ice Cave is a must see for nature lovers – and also history-addicts, as it is one of the earliest discovered caves in history. We end our tour of Slovakia in the centre of the country, in the small urban settlement of Banska Stiavnica, one of the finest examples of rural medieval architecture in Slovakia.
Overall, Slovakia has a lot to offer to its visitors, if you know where to look; especially to those with a car that love driving. In this country, road trips, not just sceneries, can be breathtaking.
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