Car Hire Sweden

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£25 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Sweden

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Hertz in Sweden

As the third-largest country by area in the European Union, Sweden has a variety of different landscapes that its many visitors enjoy. With lush forestry to the north, rolling farmland in the south and the 'Scandes' mountains running alongside the western border with Norway, arranging car hire in Sweden is the finest way to get around and enjoy the beautiful sights. The weather may be a little chilly for an extended holiday but with the promise of so many scenic drives, hiring a car in Sweden is a dream trip for any driver wanting to get out and about around Europe.

One of the most exciting things you'll notice while in Sweden is the sheer amount of breath-taking architecture, which both celebrates tradition and embraces the pioneering trends of today. With many of its old castles and cathedrals still standing today, such as Kalmar Cathedral in the southeast, hiring a car in Sweden is the first step in a memorable visit to the country's most beautiful scenery. The Swedish capital Stockholm is top of the list for must-see buildings and culture, with some outstanding museums and plenty of options for sport fans too. Whatever you're after, car hire in Sweden allows you to see the country's most glorious features up close and personal.

While you're on the road in Sweden you'll need to be aware of a few laws and customs that are different to the way you may drive at home. In Sweden cars drive on the right side of the road, and everyone in the car must wear a seatbelt. Also somewhat differently, dipped headlights must be on at all times due to the differing levels of daylight up and down the country at different times of the day. You must also be on the lookout for stray animals such as moose and deer on the road during your journey! Keep your wits about you and you'll easily be able to avoid any accidents.