Car Hire 4 Less offers cheap car hire throughout Europe in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar. Please remember Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout Europe and we also provide comprehensive car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the European regions.
We Continental Europe offers far more tourist attraction than can be conveniently listed and a visit to the continent requires one to focus on a few main countries at a time. The road network is modern and easy to navigate by rental car and with the help of a good GPS.
There is a great deal to see. In France, the most important attractions centre around Paris and include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral. Germany offers spectacular scenery (like the Rhine Valley), famous castles and excellent art and history museums in Frankfort, while Spain is noted for its trendy capital, Barcelona, the Spanish Riviera and Costa del Sol with its kilometres of sandy beaches. Greece and Italy offer their fair share of architectural delights and ancient ruins.
There is so much to see in Europe that many travelers prefer a hire car to get around. This enables them to set their own itinerary and proceed at their preferred pace. The Coliseum in Rome, the grand French cathedrals and the picture book scenes of Switzerland are all accessible by a car-bound traveler with a GPS or road map.
Legislation differs in many European countries, so always make doubly sure what documentation you are required to carry with you. Of course, your passport and International Driving Permit are always required. Keep in mind that you might be able to obtain preferential car hire rates if you book a car for a week or longer.
Car Hire 4 Less offers cheap car hire throughout the whole of Europe in association with Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Europcar. Car Hire 4 Less prices are fully inclusive throughout every country in Europe, and we also provide comprehensive car hire from all the major airports and downtown offices in and around the European countries.
Written by James Giles.