Car Hire Helsinki Vantaa Airport

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£40 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 24/12/2018-31/12/2018 at Helsinki Vantaa Airport


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Car Hire Helsinki Vantaa Airport

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Helsinki Vantaa Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-We 0000-0100 0700-2400
Th 0700-2400
Fr 0700-2300
Sa 0830-2000
Su 0830-2400
Corridor between Terminal 1 and 2, 1530

Telephone: +358 20 555 2100

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Hertz at Helsinki Vantaa Airport

Helsinki is the capital city and the largest city in Finland. The city is located in the region of Uusimaa which is in the south of the country. The city is famous for its many Art Nouveau inspired buildings. A third of this vibrant seaside city is covered in green areas so there are plenty of places to be active, or sit back and relax. Car hire from Helsinki Vantaa Airport makes picking up your car easy so you can get much more out of your holiday.

Rent a car from Helsinki Vantaa Airport and visit the biggest historical museum in the country. The National Museum of Finland displays a large historical collection which dates from prehistoric time's right up to the 21st century. The museum is housed in a neo medieval castle, and is a popular attraction with tourists. To view one of the largest collections of art in Finland, head over to the Ateneum Art Museum. There are more than 20,000 pieces of art here from the 1750s to the 1950s. The exhibitions regularly change and visitors can join guided tours to make the most of their trip.