Car Rental in Thessaloniki

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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Thessaloniki Airport
Mini
Toyota Aygo or similar
Toyota Aygo
  • 4
  • 1
  • 3
  • A/C
  • Man.
ABBYCAR
$5.20 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Economy
Fiat Panda or similar
Fiat Panda
  • 4
  • 1
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Man.
Ok Mobility
$5.94 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Mini Elite
Fiat Panda or similar
Fiat Panda
  • 5
  • 1
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
DRIVE S.A.
$7.49 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Compact
Peugeot 208 or similar
Peugeot 208
  • 5
  • 1
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
Idea Mobility
$7.65 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Deals

Thessaloniki Airport
Compact Elite
Volkswagen Golf or similar
Volkswagen Golf
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
WheeGo
$11.37 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Economy Elite
Suzuki Swift or similar
Suzuki Swift
  • 4
  • 1
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
EXER
$12.39 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Intermediate
Toyota Corolla or similar
Toyota Corolla
  • 5
  • 3
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Man.
GreenMotion
$12.49 / per day
Thessaloniki Airport
Intermediate Elite
Skoda Octavia or similar
Skoda Octavia
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
Dirent a car Greece
$18.08 / per day
The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 13:18 on 2024-05-26. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.

Travel Information

Languages
Greek
Currency
EUR
Drive on
Right-hand side
Country code
+30
Average car rental price
$10 per day
Average car rental length
8 days
Speed limit within town
50 km/h or 31 mph
Speed limit out of town
90 - 130 km/h or 56 - 81 mph
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.05%
Rating
9.3 / 10
Average gasoline price
$2.04 per liter or $7.73 / 1 gallon
Lowest gasoline price
$1.96 per liter or $7.40 / 1 gallon
Highest gasoline price
$2.17 per liter or $8.22 / 1 gallon

Why rent a car in Thessaloniki?

Thessaloniki is a great place to explore by car. A city with a history that dates back more than 2000 years and the largest metropolis in the sometimes underappreciated, but fascinating Northern Greece,  it offers everything from impressive architecture to stunning beaches and unique cuisine. Thessaloniki is also within a four hour drive off four different countries: Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Turkey.

Thessaloniki

One-Way Car Rentals in Thessaloniki

The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Thessaloniki and drop off in another city include:

  • From Thessaloniki to Athens - 256 offers from $6.15 per day
  • From Thessaloniki to Patras - 68 offers from $30.14 per day
  • From Thessaloniki to Alexandroupoli - 141 offers from $31.76 per day

Top ways to enter Thessaloniki

  • Thessaloniki Airport. The third busiest airport in Greece, also known as Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia, is located just southeast of Thessaloniki’s city center. It serves more than six million passengers every year.
  • Kavala Airport. About a two hour drive east of Thessaloniki, Kavala Airport hosts both 
  • domestic routes and flights to more than ten different European countries. Like many other airports in Greece, Kavala Airport is especially active during the summer months.
  • Skopje Airport. Serving the capital of neighboring North Macedonia, Skopje Airport is just a two-and-a-half hour drive north of Thessaloniki. If you plan to come from North Macedonia to Greece by a rental car, first ask your car rental provider if they permit it. Also, make sure your EU entry documentation is in order.
  • Athens Airport. By far the largest in Greece and among the 30 busiest in Europe, Athens Airport is a great regional air hub. It might be a five hour drive south of Thessaloniki, but there are many interesting stops you can make on the way.

City facts

Thessaloniki enjoys a humid subtropical climate. The average temperature in July is 27 °C  (80 °F) and it’s not unusual for temperatures to creep higher. Winters are generally mild, although Thessaloniki is one of the few beach cities in Greece where snowfall can occur in January and February. Unlike in the more southern areas of Greece, summers in Thessaloniki are not significantly drier than winters.

Thessaloniki is the second most populous city of Greece. Although only 325 thousand people live inside the city proper, there are more than 1 million inhabitants in the greaterThessaloniki metropolitan area.

Top destinations and activities

  • Rotunda. Arguably the most famous landmark of Thessaloniki,  the Rotunda and its neighboring Arch of Galerius have been in their places for more than 1600 years. It was first built as a temple during the Roman times, then turned into a Paleochristian church, then a mosque, and finally a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though the Rotunda has suffered many  earthquakes, it has always been rebuilt to retain the beauty of its early days.
  • Saint Demetrios Church. Also known as Hagios Demetrios, this ancient church honours Saint Demetrius, the patron saint of Thessaloniki whose resting place is under the basilica. Once one of the largest churches of the Byzantine Empire, it is still an important religious and historic monument.
  • The White Tower. Another very important symbol of the city, the White Tower of Thessaloniki is both a monument and a museum dedicated to the city’s long and diverse history. Exploring its many collections is just as interesting as climbing its labyrinthine staircases or appreciating the view of the rest of the city from the tower top.
  • Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum. Inhabited since prehistory — and not just by Ancient Greeks, but all sorts of other famous civilizations as well -— Thessaloniki is home to a wealth of fascinating heritage. The best place to start learning about it and put it in some context is no doubt the city’s archaeological museum — one of the best of its kind in the country, it is known for artifacts such as the stunning Derveni Krater.
  • Ladadika. The cobbled streets of Ladadika make up Thessaloniki’s main nightlife district. Here, you will find an abundance of traditional tavernas, bouzoukias, bars and clubs. During the Ottoman era, this was actually a marketplace. The neighborhood’s location close to the port made it a convenient place to trade, particularly products made with olive oil. (Ladadika literally translates to mean “with oil”.) 

     

  • Ano Poli. This is one of the oldest districts in Thessaloniki. It was a sought-after residential neighborhood during the Ottoman occupation, and so today, you will still find many colorful Ottoman houses here painted in all shades of the rainbow. Ano Poli is a great place to go on an urban hike. As you allow yourself to get lost among the narrow streets and passageways, you will stumble across lots of incredible street art, quaint meze restaurants, and cute coffee shops.

     

  • Peraia. During the summer months, if you want to escape from the concrete jungle of Thessaloniki to the coast, you can visit the beach town of Peraia. It is located just 25km away from the city centre. Between June and September, a taxi boat connects Thessaloniki port and White Tower to Peraia and the scenic journey takes just 55 minutes. You can rent sunbeds and umbrellas on the beaches of Agia Triada and Peraia, while there are a plethora of Greek and international dining options to be found on the main promenade of P. Kountouriotou that runs adjacent to the beach.

     

  • Try bougatsa. Thessaloniki bougatsa is a beloved sweet Greek pastry that is usually eaten at breakfast time or as a dessert. To make it, semolina custard is wrapped in layer after layer of hand-rolled filo pastry. Then, it is topped with a generous dusting of icing sugar and cinnamon. You can find it all over Greece. However, since it was invented in Thessaloniki, you should be sure to sample the delicacy in its birthplace! Bougatsa Bantis (Panagias Faneromenis 33) is said to serve some of the best bougatsa in town. So too is Bougatsa Giannis (Mitropoleos 106).

     

Traffic and parking

  • Unless specifically indicated otherwise, the speed limits are 90 km/h (55.9 mph) on roads outside populated areas and 50 km/h (31 mph) in populated and built-up areas.
  • While the larger roads are in good shape, some of the smaller, rural roads might have poor surfacing and potholes. Be careful when driving on them, especially after dark.
  • Many gas stations might be closed during weekends and public holidays. 
  • It is illegal to use a mobile phone while driving.
  • The legal alcohol limit is 0.05% for experienced drivers and 0.02% for novice drivers. Exceeding these limits can lead to steep fines and a licence ban. Exceeding the limit of 0.08% is a criminal offence and can lead to up to two years of imprisonment.
  • The insurance and car documentation needs to be in the car whenever you’re driving.
  • If you’re the driver, you need to have your passport or ID card with you at all times.
  • The general emergency number, like elsewhere in the EU, is 112. The police number is 100, the ambulance number is 166, and the fire brigade number is 199.
  • Parking is free around Thessaloniki city center, and, fortunately, finding a parking space here is not as chaotic or challenging as it is in central Athens. The only areas that you should avoid are Nikis Boulevard by the sea and Tsimiski Street. You will see signs in place there to notify you that parking is illegal. If you park there anyway, you will be ticketed. 
  • Driving in Thessaloniki can sometimes feel nightmarish due to all of the traffic. For your own safety (and sanity!), it is usually best to avoid driving at peak hours when possible (around 8-9 am Monday to Saturday and 4-7 pm). 
     

Toll roads

There are a number of toll roads, tunnels, and bridges on mainland Greece. Many travelers find them very hard to navigate and some choose to avoid using the toll roads altogether because of the very complex toll system that is in place. Different toll roads are administered by different private companies and so there is not a single, nationwide (or even region-wide) system in place.

For most toll roads, payment can be either made with cash at a toll gate, by a credit card, or with coins at an automatic toll machine. For some roads, an electronic transponder might be used to pay for using the toll road. Some rental cars may be equipped with such an electronic transponder. However, because of the aforementioned different toll systems that are in place, this payment method might work for some toll roads, but not for others. Determine out your route in advance and ask your car rental provider about the best way to pay for all the toll roads that you plan to use.

Find out more about toll roads in Greece on the European toll road website.

Ideas for day trips

  • Chalkidiki. Located just to the southwest of Thessaloniki, the peninsula of Chalkidiki is one of the best beach destinations in this part of the country. Made up of three “fingers” that stretch deep into the Aegean, the region is known not just for scenic coastline and coves, but also for plenty of great hiking routes.
  • Axios Delta National Park. Bordered by the Thessaloniki metropolitan area from one side and the sea from another, Axios is one of the most popular day trip destinations in the region. A large and protected wetland area, it provides a home to various sorts of wading birds and other wildlife. There is a network of walking and cycling trails, though a part of the park is also accessible by car. The drive from Thessaloniki takes only about 50 minutes.
  • Kavala. While it may not be as popular with foreign tourists, the Greeks themselves consider Kavala one of the most beautiful places their country, and in a place like Greece, that is some claim. Come here for beautiful castles from different eras, stunning natural beauty, and delicious cuisine. Kavala is about 160 km (100 mi) east of Thessaloniki.
  • Prespa lakes. The Great Prespa Lake and the Small Prespa Lake are two beautiful lakes about three hours north of Thessaloniki that border both Albania and North Macedonia. A relaxing destination to be  enjoyed at a slow place, the Prespas are home to many unique animal, bird, and fish species that you can observe from its coasts.
  • Meteora. The Meteora Monasteries are one of the most popular excursions that you can take from Thessaloniki. Meteora means ”suspended in the air” and stems from the ancient Greek ¨metéōros¨. These gorgeous Orthodox monasteries are perched on top of cliffs and craggy bluffs. At one point, there were 24 different monasteries, but today only six remain. 

Most popular cars

The most popular rental car in Thessaloniki is the Renault Clio, closely followed by the Volkswagen Up and the Skoda Citigo. The most popular rental car types are economy, mini, and compact. 

Further destinations

For more about traveling around Greece with a rental car, check out our complete guide.

  • Thassos Island. With its golden coastline, calm waters, and relaxed atmosphere, Thassos is arguably the number one coastal destination in the area. Aliki Beach and Limenaria Beach are fun and busy, while the Scala Maries Beach has a quieter feel. While you’re here, make sure to also see the old harbour and visit the ancient mountain village of Potamia. Park your car in Thessaloniki and take an enjoyable three hour ferry ride to Thassos.
  • North Macedonia. Greece’s smaller neighbor to the north is an underappreciated travel destination with a truly wild feel. The beautiful Lake Ohrid and the vast nature areas that surround it is a highlight, but make sure to also drive to little mountain villages, appreciate ancient historical sites, and pay a visit to the fun and busy capital city Skopje. If you’d like to pick up your rental car in Greece and drop it off in North Macedonia, first ask your car rental provider if they permit it. Also, make sure your entry documentation for North Macedonia is in order (Greece is a member of the EU, while North Macedonia is not).
  • Albania. Similarly to North Macedonia, Albania is another up-and-coming travel destination with an untamed atmosphere, but it also boasts a long and beautiful Adriatic sea coast. Beach resorts like Sarande in the south and Durres in the north are obvious highlights. However, do also travel inland as Albania’s mountain scenery is among the most dramatic you’re bound to find anywhere in Europe. If you’d like to pick up your rental car in Greece and drop it off in Albania, first ask your car rental provider if they permit it. Also, make sure your entry documentation for Albania is in order (Greece is a member of the EU, while Albania is not).
  • Athens. It might be a long six hour drive from Thessaloniki to the capital, but once you’ve come to Greece, it would be a shame not to visit it. Home to countless ancient sites, stunning museums, diverse neighborhoods, and gastronomic influences from all over the country, Athens truly is a destination like no other.

Car Rental Prices in Thessaloniki

  • Convertibles - from $36 per day
  • Station wagons - from $27 per day
  • Large cars - from $12 per day
  • Medium cars - from $8 per day
  • Vans - from $42 per day
  • Premium cars - from $45 per day
  • Small cars - from $5 per day
  • SUVs - from $13 per day

Money-saving tips

There are a number of things you can do to get a good rental car deal in Thessaloniki:

  • Compare rates of different rental car providers
  • Book your rental car well in advance
  • Plan your route before you go
  • Know your fuel and mileage requirements
  • Visit during the month when the rental prices are the cheapest. According to our data, visiting Thessaloniki is the cheapest in March when renting a car is about 69% cheaper than the yearly average and an unbelievable 86% cheaper than renting a car in June. Come visit Thessaloniki in early spring!
This information was written, fact-checked, and/or translated by our content creators.

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Melissa Douglas is a British Travel Writer based in Athens, Greece. She runs the Mediterranean-focused solo female travel website High Heels and a Backpack and has written for several high-profile travel publications across the globe. Her aim is to inspire people to travel off the beaten path and not just stick to the most popular tourist destinations in each country.

Top 20 Cities near Thessaloniki

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Map of Car Rental Locations

What is the cheapest month to rent a car in Thessaloniki?

Car rental prices in Thessaloniki vary by time of year. This graph shows the average prices per month to help you find the best time of year to rent.
Average rental costs per day in Thessaloniki
$8.92
January
$9.67
February
$12.32
March
$14.52
April
$17.87
May
$31.67
June
$51.33
July
$51.83
August
$30.61
September
$14.21
October
$10.98
November
$12.24
December
The cheapest month to rent a car in Thessaloniki is January (when prices average $8.92 per day). This is 60% cheaper than the yearly average and 83% cheaper than renting in August (when prices average $51.83).

This information can help you identify the low season. But these are only average numbers. How much your car rental will cost will depend on the type of vehicle you rent, how long you’ll rent it for, and how far ahead you book. Simply enter your dates in the form at the top of the page to see the exact prices.

What’s the usual rental length in Thessaloniki?

How long travelers keep their rental cars for varies from month to month: in July, the average renter keeps their car for 9 days, and in January, they keep their car for 6 days.
Average number of rental days in Thessaloniki
6
January
6
February
6
March
8
April
7
May
8
June
9
July
9
August
8
September
7
October
6
November
7
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in Thessaloniki?

Based on the number of searches by our customers, the most popular month for renting a car in Thessaloniki is August, and the least popular is February.
Monthly searches in Thessaloniki by pick-up date relative to the average
49%
January
44%
February
54%
March
82%
April
114%
May
145%
June
173%
July
175%
August
145%
September
102%
October
46%
November
71%
December

Car Rental Information

Car rental locations 6
Airport locations 1
Popular suppliers SKG Rent A Car, Centauro, AACARS, Avance, Record-go
Popular car categories Small cars, Medium cars, SUVs, Vans
Lowest price $5 per day
Cheapest supplier ABBYCAR

Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

Rental Supplier Model Doors Luggage Type
Centauro Fiat 500 3 1 Small cars
SKG Rent A Car Peugeot 108 5 1 Small cars
Avance Fiat Panda 5 1 Small cars
Centauro Peugeot 208 4 1 Small cars
AACARS Peugeot 208 5 3 Medium cars
Record-go Opel Corsa 5 2 Small cars
Record-go Fiat Panda 3 1 Small cars
AACARS Peugeot 108 5 1 Small cars
Record-go Opel Crossland 4 2 Medium cars
SKG Rent A Car Hyundai i20 5 2 Small cars

Our Customers' Reviews

Because we want to make sure each review listed here is left by a real customer, we don’t have an option to post a review here. Instead, we ask each and every customer to leave a review after they return their rental car. This way, you know that all reviews are authentic, verified, and trustworthy.

United Kingdom
Peugeot 308
February 4, 2024
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Israel
Fiat Tipo STW
November 13, 2023
We had a great time with our family! Its all thanks to you 🥰🌹❤
United States of America (USA)
Toyota Corolla
October 23, 2023
We rented a car to spend our trip driving throughout Greece to see as many locations as we could. From Thessaloniki, we visited Vergina, Dion, Meteora, Delphi, Arahova, Olympia, Kyparissia, Messene, Monemvasia, Mystras, Napflion, Mycennae, Tiryns, Argos, Asini, Epidaurus, Corinth, Sounio, and Athens. We wanted to see as many archaeological locations as we could and every spot was unique for the culture, food and people. Of course, the Greek people are incredibly friendly and make you feel that you are a friend, not just a visitor to their country.
Greece
Fiat Panda
October 13, 2023
Chalkidiki,everything provided !
Greece
Fiat Panda
September 28, 2023
There is a man things to do in northern Greece
New Zealand
Skoda Octavia
September 25, 2023
Loved northern Greece, would recommend Metora and Vikos Gorge to anyone.
Canada
Nissan Note
September 22, 2023
I was just driving around, everything was cool.
Australia
Nissan Pulsar
August 18, 2023
Wonderful to visit abandoned as of civil war family village Slimnitsa; outside of Nestorio a cute village out of Kastoria
Denmark
Peugeot 208
August 4, 2023
Hiking and bathing! Really nice
Cyprus
Nissan Qashqai
August 3, 2023
Very nice beach bars.
Malta
Nissan Note
July 7, 2023
Food in Greece is great and quite cheap. The beaches are beautiful and pristine.
Israel
Audi A3
June 17, 2023
Meteora is a MUST VISIT even if it takes over 3 hours drive from Thessaloniki.
Israel
BMW X1
June 17, 2023
Several spots on north of Greece
United Kingdom
Nissan Micra
June 13, 2023
Hire car for the week cost the same as hotel transfers so we had free transport for the week. We made regular trips to Nea Roda and Ouranoupoli for lunch stops.
United Kingdom
Kia Picanto
June 6, 2023
The location, natural environment and general ambience of the peninsula.
Switzerland
Kia Picanto
May 30, 2023
visit the Meteora, it's amazing
Israel
Peugeot 108
May 20, 2023
Nature spots, activities and restaurants
United Kingdom
Fiat 500
March 12, 2023
Good restaurants and hotels. Nice places to visit in the town and out of the town
Israel
Suzuki Swift
March 10, 2023
Nature spots were amazing
Singapore
Opel Vivaro
December 20, 2022
Thessaloniki is quite a melting pot of diversity of people. Beautiful coast view and sights. People were generally friendly and helpful. Drive to Meteora for the mountain top monasteries was long but totally worth it!
United States of America (USA)
Dacia Sandero Stepway
November 4, 2022
Northern Greece is an amazing place - from Ioannina to Zagorohoria to Vlasti to Ptolemaida. We loved it all.
Israel
Fiat Tipo
September 28, 2022
Good food good service
Sweden
Peugeot 108
September 14, 2022
customer photo
Israel
Hyundai i30
August 25, 2022
We enjoyed the beautiful mountain and sea views of Greece :-)
United States of America (USA)
Peugeot 108
August 19, 2022
This was a trip spent with family all of whom could now make it after a 2.5 year interruption due to the pandemic. We had a delightful time together.
United States of America (USA)
Nissan Micra
August 16, 2022
very clean went very well
Slovakia
Fiat Tipo
August 12, 2022
we did about 700 km in 8 days from thessaloniki to thassos, kavala, chalkidiki
Netherlands
Peugeot 108
August 1, 2022
Renting a boat by yourself was especially nice to do.
United States of America (USA)
Nissan Micra
June 3, 2022
Great value and efficient friendly staff
Israel
Hyundai i30
May 16, 2022
Our trip was in Pelion Greece. I recommend that before renting a car, find out the path roads that you plan to travel at the area and rent a car that fits to those roads.
Russian Federation
Opel Corsa
January 17, 2022
Winter tyres are not obligated in Greece, so during January expect that the weather could change to -5 in the morning when your car will have only summer tires. Roads more or less ok (if you are not in -5 in Zagori or other mountains region). But if you are in the mountains - you can get in trouble. Also expect that more that 1200m there could be an ice and snow. Summer tyres are not the right choice.
Sweden
Suzuki Baleno
August 23, 2021
Narro roads be careful when driving
Cyprus
VW Polo
July 3, 2019
Halkidiki is beautiful
Canada
Fiat Tipo
August 8, 2018
Salonica is a very beautiful city at night very difficult to driving Spend majority of trip traveling to different parts of northern Greece amazing trip Overall very satisfied with the professionalism of the rental company
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Car Rental Statistics

Highest rated company
Yours Car Rental
9.3 / 10
)
Lowest rated company
RightCars
5.6 / 10
)
Total number of reviews
94
Total rental companies
40
Average daily price
$10.08
Lowest daily price
$5.20
Total cars available
954

Top 40 Suppliers in Thessaloniki in 2024

Yours Car Rental
Yours Car Rental
Exceptional 9.3 / 98 reviews
1 location
$7 - $125
Ok Mobility
Ok Mobility
Exceptional 9.2 / 71 reviews
1 location
$6 - $90
CarQ
CarQ
Exceptional 9.1 / 199 reviews
1 location
$12 - $28
Avance
Avance
Exceptional 9 / 269 reviews
2 locations
$20 - $165
DRIVE S.A.
DRIVE S.A.
Exceptional 9 / 49 reviews
2 locations
$7 - $57
AACARS
AACARS
Very good 8.9 / 420 reviews
1 location
$9 - $346
Thrifty
Thrifty
Very good 8.9 / 24 reviews
4 locations
$14 - $81
SKG Rent A Car
SKG Rent A Car
Very good 8.8 / 407 reviews
3 locations
$14 - $132
Centauro
Centauro
Very good 8.8 / 327 reviews
1 location
$6 - $39
SIXT
SIXT
Very good 8.8 / 78 reviews
2 locations
$18 - $73
EXER
EXER
Very good 8.8 / 13 reviews
1 location
$11 - $45
Record-go
Record-go
Very good 8.7 / 297 reviews
1 location
$6 - $42
Alma Car Hire
Alma Car Hire
Very good 8.7 / 140 reviews
2 locations
$15 - $83
Alamo
Alamo
Very good 8.7 / 43 reviews
1 location
$14 - $156
Carwiz
Carwiz
Very good 8.6 / 149 reviews
1 location
$15 - $100
Cargini
Cargini
Very good 8.6 / 6 reviews
1 location
$14 - $29
Autounion
Autounion
Very good 8.5 / 71 reviews
2 locations
$22 - $143
Enterprise
Enterprise
Very good 8.5 / 11 reviews
1 location
$17 - $168
Budget
Budget
Very good 8.5 / 7 reviews
2 locations
$19 - $103
Surprice
Surprice
Very good 8.3 / 120 reviews
2 locations
$10 - $75
Europcar
Europcar
Very good 8.3 / 16 reviews
1 location
$15 - $66
OTOQ
OTOQ
Very good 8.3 / 8 reviews
1 location
Autocandia
Autocandia
Very good 8.3 / 7 reviews
1 location
$35 - $232
Dirent a car Greece
Dirent a car Greece
Very good 8.2 / 272 reviews
2 locations
$10 - $56
AddCar
AddCar
Very good 8.2 / 13 reviews
1 location
$12 - $26
Hertz
Hertz
Very good 8 / 5 reviews
3 locations
$19 - $238
Selecta rent a car
Selecta rent a car
Very good 8 / 4 reviews
1 location
$11 - $25
National
National
Very good 8
1 location
$17 - $176
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