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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Warsaw Airport
Mini Elite
Fiat 500 or similar
Fiat 500
  • 4
  • 1
  • 3
  • A/C
  • Man.
Viaggiare
€ 6.39 / per day
Warsaw Modlin Airport
Mini
Fiat 500 or similar
Fiat 500
  • 4
  • 1
  • 3
  • A/C
  • Man.
Flex To Go
€ 6.62 / per day
Warsaw Brodno Podgrodzie
Economy
Opel Corsa or similar
Opel Corsa
  • 5
  • 1
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Man.
PANEK
€ 8.58 / per day
Warsaw Airport
Compact
Fiat Tipo or similar
Fiat Tipo
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Man.
Autounion
€ 10.98 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Deals

Warsaw Airport
Compact Elite
Opel Astra or similar
Opel Astra
  • 5
  • 3
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
Surprice
€ 11.82 / per day
Warsaw Airport
Intermediate SUV
Nissan Qashqai or similar
Nissan Qashqai
  • 4
  • 3
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
Kaizen Rent
€ 13.54 / per day
Warsaw Airport
Standard SUV
Kia Sportage or similar
Kia Sportage
  • 5
  • 3
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
Carwiz
€ 14.75 / per day
Warsaw Airport
Full-size SUV
Jeep Cherokee or similar
Jeep Cherokee
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Man.
AddCar
€ 22.08 / per day
The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 05:39 on 2024-04-21. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.

Travel Information

Languages
Polish, English, German
Currency
PLN
Drive on
Right-hand side
Country code
+48
Average car rental price
€ 12 per day
Average car rental length
7 days
Speed limit within town
20 - 50 km/h or 12 - 31 mph
Speed limit out of town
90 - 140 km/h or 56 - 87 mph
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.02%
Rating
9.5 / 10
Average gasoline price
€ 1.55 per liter or € 5.86 / 1 gallon
Lowest gasoline price
€ 1.38 per liter or € 5.24 / 1 gallon
Highest gasoline price
€ 1.62 per liter or € 6.11 / 1 gallon

Why rent a car in Warsaw?

Both the capital and geographic center of Poland, Warsaw is a vibrant, metropolitan city. With the ease of getting around the city and the wide availability of parking, though at a cost, Warsaw is convenient to visit with a rental car. However, the real benefit of renting a car is the ability to immerse yourself in the history and nature of Poland outside of its capital city. 

American, Australian, and New Zealand citizens should be aware that an International Driving Permit (IDP) is technically required for them to both drive and rent a car in Poland. In fact, the following companies explicitly state the necessity of an IDP: Global, Green Motion, Rentis, Sixt, Alamo, Avis, Budget, and Enterprise. Though you may find reports of people not being asked to show one when picking up their rental car, it is far safer to have one. If the rental company asks for one and you can not provide it, they may not allow you to take the car and you may lose your prepayment. If you are American, you can get an IDP from your local AAA office.  

Warsaw

One-Way Car Rentals in Warsaw

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

  • From Warsaw to Krakow - 543 offers from € 13.34 per day
  • From Warsaw to Wroclaw - 504 offers from € 13.34 per day
  • From Warsaw to Gdansk - 646 offers from € 13.34 per day
  • From Warsaw to Poznan - 425 offers from € 13.34 per day
  • From Warsaw to Berlin - 63 offers from € 8717.75 per day

Top ways to enter Warsaw

Most travelers flying to Warsaw will arrive at Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport (WAW). The airport is the largest in Poland and is located just 8 km south of the city center. The rental car desks are located in the terminal, either in the public arrival hall or on the mezzanine level. 

A smaller number of travelers may arrive via Warsaw Modlin Airport. This small airport, as is often the case with airports served by Ryanair, is not actually in Warsaw, but about 40 kilometers north of the center of the city. Currently, Ryanair is the only airline serving the airport. Rental desks are available in the terminal and it is possible to book your rental car online. 

With trains arriving from across Europe, many travelers may also arrive at one of the city’s three main train stations. Most trains stop at all three stations. Warszawa Centralny is the largest of the stations. It is also where travelers can pick up their rental cars. 

City facts

Warsaw was originally founded at the beginning of the 14th century. Its importance would grow over the following centuries until it would become the Polish capital when King Sigismund III Vasa would move his court from Krakow at the end of the 16th century. The city would come under Prussian and Russian rule until World War I. After the war, the city would once again become the capital of an independent Poland until WWII. 

The Second World War would devastate the city after Germans occupied, created a ghetto for the Jewish population, liquidated the ghetto, and finally razed the city after the Polish Uprising. Almost 85% of its buildings would lie in ruble at the end of the war. The city was painstakingly rebuilt after the war with many buildings, particularly those in the Old Town, built using pre-war architectural plans.  

Finally, the end of World War II would follow with a Soviet-backed communist government coming to power. After four decades of communist rule, Warsaw was finally once again the capital of a free and independent Poland in 1989. Poland would later become a member of the European Union, with Warsaw as its vibrant capital. 

Warsaw experiences a continental climate. If visiting during the summer, travelers will experience warm to occasionally hot weather. Precipitation may be present, but most days will be sunny and dry. Travelers should pack summer clothes and a jacket for cooler temperatures after the sunsets.  On the other hand, in winter, travelers will experience cold and, more than likely, snow. Travelers should pack warm winter clothes during this time of year.

Travelers should be careful when it comes to exchanging currency in Warsaw. Do not, if at all possible, exchange money at the airport. If you must, only exchange the amount you need before you reach the city center. The same is true for the train station. Wait until you reach the city to exchange money. The rates given in the city center are usually much better than those at the airport and train stations. 

One must be careful with currency exchanges in the city center, too. Know the approximate exchange rate before arriving and search for an exchange that offers a BUY rate as close as possible to it. This is important, as some places will trick potential customers by listing the sell rate first. Some will also play a trick with zeros, for example quoting 3.080 instead of 3.80. If not careful, you could fall for this and lose a significant portion of your money. 

Another common ripoff is the exchange rate conversion when paying with a credit card or using certain ATMs. When paying in a store or restaurant you will be asked whether to pay in polish zloty or have them covert the purchase amount to your home currency for you. You will invariably receive a better rate from your home bank than what they offer, and sometimes their offer will be far away from the actual exchange rate. You should, therefore, insist on declining any offers of conversion and pay in polish zloty (i.e., use the red button on the card reader). 

Top destinations and activities

  • Old Town - Originally built in the 13th century, Warsaw’s Old Town sits on a hill next to the Vistula River. It was initially partly destroyed during the German invasion of Poland in 1939 before being completely destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising five years later. After the war, the buildings were meticulously rebuilt, often with the original materials scavenged from the rubble. Today, the Old Town is centered on the Market Square, hosts the Archdiocese of Warsaw and offers visitors the opportunity to visit the Royal Castle. 
  • Royal Route - Starting in the Royal Castle in the Old Town and leading south to the Wilanow Palace, the Royal Route follows the route taken between the Castle and Palace hundreds of years ago. Visitors can retrace those steps. The route is about 10km long. Beginning from the Castle, travelers will go down Krakowskie Przedmieście and ulica Nowy Świat, the most interesting section of the route. Further along, visitors will be able to visit  Łazienki Park and the Royal Łazienki Museum. Finally, visitors arrive at the Wilanow Palace and Park, where paid parking is available for those who wish to make the drive.
  • Copernicus Science Center - This science museum located along the Vistula River in the center of the city hosts educational exhibitions for both adults and children alike. Visitors to the center are able to conduct experiments and learn about scientific laws for themselves. The center also has a Planetarium with English and Russian translations of the shows. 
  • Bar Mleczny - Meaning milk bar in Polish, bar mleczny were cheap cafeteria-style places for workers to eat started around the turn of the previous century. While the food was primarily based on dairy products (thus, the name) other items were also available, such as pierogi (dumplings). With independence and the move toward a capitalist economy, most of the milk bars were closed. However, a few still exist as nostalgia and offer traditional polish food at low prices. 
  • Museums - Warsaw has a great offering of museums for tourists. One of the highlights is the National Museum hosting a large collection of artworks from both Poland and abroad. The Polin Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of the Polish Jews from the times when Jews immigrated to Poland fleeing persecution in Western Europe to the post-soviet state of the Jewish community today. Another museum certainly worth a visit is the Warsaw Rising Museum which focuses on the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 along with the allied airlift during that time. In addition to these museums, travelers can find various others located in the city focusing on a wider range of topics.  
  • Palace of Culture and Science - Constructed during the rule of the communist government with support from the Soviet government, the Palace of Culture and Science is a Stalinist architecture building located near the central train station. A multiplex cinema, theaters, and even a swimming pool can be found in the tower. Tourists often visit for the terrace on the 30th floor offering a panoramic view of the city. Nowadays the tower is controversial with many citizens viewing it as a reminder of communist times and the Soviet-backed regime.   

Traffic and parking

As the Polish economy has grown, so has car ownership. With more and more cars on the roads every year in Warsaw, congestion keeps getting worse. In fact, Warsaw is one of the worst cities in Europe when it comes to traffic congestion. It would, therefore, be best if you could plan your travel times to avoid rush hour. Expect long delays when leaving the city in the late afternoon or early evening, particularly on Friday. 

As with any city its size, parking is scarce in the center of Warsaw. During working days, all on-street parking in the center is metered. Parking is free during the evenings and on weekends. Meters accept credit card payments and Polish Zloty coins, however, no change is given. There is also a mobile app for paying, but for travelers, it is almost certainly more trouble than it's worth to register for it. Drivers can also many parking garages in the very center of the city, particularly near the larger hotels.  

Toll roads

While there are no toll roads in the City of Warsaw itself, there are in other parts of Poland. Of most concern for travelers to Warsaw is the A2 highway which starts on the outskirts of Warsaw and goes to Berlin. Traveling the highway to the border with Germany, drivers will encounter tolls totaling 87.9 PLN (around 20 €). Luckily, there are no tolls from the border to Berlin. 

Driving from Krakow to Katowice will set back drivers 20 PLN and from Katowice further to Wroclaw 16.20 PLN more. Finally, from Torun to Gdansk, drivers have to shell out 29.90 PLN.

All tolls in Poland are collected at toll gates. You can pay with a credit card or cash in Polish Zloty, Euros, or U.S. Dollars, though only bills are accepted for euros and dollars with the change given in zloty. While electronic tolling is available, vehicles must still stop for a closed gate when using the systems. Therefore, renters should not worry if their car supplier offers electronic options and plan to just pay at the gates. 

Ideas for day trips

  • Malbork - One of the symbols of Poland and one of its most visited tourist sites, Malbork Castle is the largest Gothic castle in Europe. Located about 300km north of Warsaw, it is reachable via the S7 road to Elbag and then road 22. Originally built by the Teutonic Knights, the castle is a stunning example of a medieval fortress. Opening hours vary depending on the season. In summer, guided tours are available once a day in English, German, and Russian. Audio guides are available the rest of the time. 
  • Wolfsschanze - Outside Ketrzyn around 260km north of Warsaw lies the Wolf’s Lair. Constructed before the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, the complex was Hitler’s first military headquarters on the Eastern Front. It was built with security zones surrounding Hitler’s bunker. He would spend around 800 days here. The bunker is also notable for being the location of the most notable assassination attempt of him. The site has a small entrance fee and a small fee for parking. 
  • Kazimierz Dolny - Following the Vistula River south from Warsaw, drivers arrive in this small hamlet of a town. Kazimierz Dolny is a popular getaway, especially in the summer, for Warsovians. Sitting on a hill overlooking the Vistula River, the city has amazing views. Up the hill from the main square lies a castle with a guard tower that can be ascended for the best views. 
  • Lodz - Not pronounced Lods, but Wooj, the city is about 130 km west of Warsaw along the A2 highway. Lodz is Poland’s third-largest city and a former industrial center in communist times. Piotrkowska Street is the main street of the city, and with a length of 5km, is one of the longest commercial streets in the world. Another draw for tourists is sightseeing of old factories in addition to visiting museums. Lodz is also known as the film center of Poland with the most prestigious film school located in the city. 
  • Treblinka - While Aushwitz west of Krakow is the most notorious of Holocaust sites, Treblinka, about 100 km east of Warsaw, was a camp in which more Jews were killed than any other except Auschwitz. Due to the destruction of much of the evidence, there is only a small museum with limited exhibitions. However, due to the lack of visitors, the experience of exploring the grounds can be much more personal.
  • Kampinos Forest National Park - Located about 15 km from the northwestern edge of Warsaw, the Kampinos Forest is a protected natural area rich in flora and fauna. The park contains paths for walking, horseback riding and in winter, cross-country skiing. Tourists can also visit various sites of historical importance to Poland. A side trip to Żelazowa Wola may also be of interest as the locations of the childhood home of Frédéric Chopin.

Further destinations

Poland shares a border with multiple countries. The rules pertaining to which countries you are allowed to take a rental car from Poland vary by rental company. Most, but not all, also have an additional fee for such. 

The one common rule is that you are not allowed to take a car to any country outside of the European Economic Area. This means that you can not travel to neighboring Ukraine or Belarus. Below are examples of which countries you are allowed to drive to if renting from these particular companies (the information is accurate as of August 2019, but could change; be sure to confirm it in the rental conditions before booking):

  • Global - All EU countries
  • Green Motion - Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia
  • Surprice - Norway, Switzerland, EU countries
  • Ace - All EU countries
  • Rentis - All EU countries
  • Sixt - Most EU countries except for Romania and Bulgaria
  • Right Cars - Only EU, prior request 
  • Keddy - Latvia, Estonia, Slovakia, and Lithuania. 
  • Add Car - All EU countries
  • Alamo - All EU countries
  • Avis - Most EU countries with the notable exception of the Baltic countries
  • Budget - All EU except Romania and Bulgaria
  • Enterprise - All EU countries 

 

If you plan to travel outside of Poland, you must inform the rental company in advance. In addition, most companies will charge a one time fee, examples of which are (as of August 2019):

  • Global - 60 Euros for bordering countries and 100 Euros for other countries
  • Green Motion - 100 - 150 Euros 
  • Surprice - 25 Euros for bordering countries (except Germany) and 75 euros for other countries
  • Ace - 30 euros
  • Rentis - 50 Euros
  • Sixt - Likely no fee
  • Right Cars - 4 Euros per day (max. Of 35 Euros)
  • Add Car - 50 euros
  • Alamo - About 75 Euros
  • Avis - Likely no fee
  • Budget - Likely no fee
  • Enterprise - About 75 Euros

 

You should include this cost in the final rental cost when comparing offers. 

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

  • Krakow - The jewel of Poland when it comes to tourism is just a three hour’s drive south of Warsaw. Krakow is steeped in history with it’s gorgeous Old Town. The Wavel Castle sits on the south of the old town and overlooks the Vistula River. The city is also popular for Holocaust memorials and museums, including Schindler’s Factory (made famous by the Steven Spielberg movie) and Auschwitz located 100km west of the city. 
  • Lublin - Less than 200km southeast of Warsaw, Lublin is also a popular tourist destination with an impressive old town of its own. The largest city in Poland east of Warsaw, Lublin also serves as a gateway to the region, including the renaissance city of Zamosc. 
  • Gdansk - A four-hour drive along the S7 north of Warsaw sits the former Hanseatic city of  Gdansk (known as Danzig for much of its history). Its old historic center and port draw many visitors along with its museums and the beaches of the Baltic coast. Its old center was mostly destroyed in World War II but was rebuilt superbly afterward. 
  • Bialystok - Located 200 km northeast of Warsaw, Bialystok is a gateway to northeastern Poland and its natural treasures. Branickis' Palace, built by the wealthy nobleman for which it's named, is the prime tourist attraction
  • Białowieża National Park - The last primeval forest in Europe sits on the border between Poland and Belarus. On the polish side, Bialowieza National Park protects the forest. The inner part is a sanctuary that may only be visited with a guide. The other parts can be seen independently by either hiking or biking on the trails. If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll see one of the park’s bison, the only bison left in Europe. 
  • Zakopane - During both summer and winter, poles flock to Zakopane for hiking or skiing. Sitting just outside the High Tatras National Park, this city has long been the mountain resort capital of Poland. The town and national parks make for a great day trip for those short on time. Many routes can be hiked in a few hours, including making it to the top of Giewont which overlooks the town. Of course, those with more time available will want to stay in Zakopane for at least a few days. 
  • Torun - Just over 200 km northwest of Warsaw via the direct route, or 260 km via the quicker highway route (these sections do not have tolls), Torun sits on the Vistula River just like Warsaw. However, unlike, Warsaw it was not bombed during WWII and is a rare example of original gothic architecture. In addition to strolling around the Old Town, visitors can also see the house where it is believed that Nicholaus Copernicus was born and sample the delicacy of the town, gingerbread. 
  • Berlin - Thanks to the A4 highway, Berlin is less than a six-hour drive away from Warsaw. The capital of Germany is drenched with history from its time as the seat of the Prussian government to the fall of the Berlin Wall.  At the same time, it’s restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs create an environment begging to be experienced. 
  • Wroclaw - Travelers can drive down the S8 for about four hours to reach another historic polish city. With a history dating back more than a thousand years and having been a part of various political units, it is unsurprising that the old town is the big draw for the city. Visitors can also enjoy a number of different museums, too. The Sudeten Mountains are not too far south of the city and make for a nice trip from it. 
  • Poznan. Located halfway between Warsaw and Berlin, the city of Poznan is known for its history of trading and learning. Its old town square is one of the biggest (and most fun) in all of Europe, and the area surrounding it is picturesque — but it’s also worth venturing outside the historical center as Poznan is also known as one of the underground culture capitals of Poland.
  • Baltics - The Baltic countries of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia can be reached via the E67, unofficially known as the Via Baltica, from Warsaw. These three republics each have a long, independent history together with a shared recent history being occupied by the Soviet Union. Latvia and Lithuania have baltic languages while Estonian is closely related to Finnish. A long coastline, almost all of which is sandy, along the Baltic awaits visitors along with Old Towns and incredible rural experiences, as the countries are much less densely populated than the rest of Europe. 
  • Brest - The gateway to Belarus from Poland, Brest is located around 200 km from Warsaw. The best way to reach the city is via train, either directly from Warsaw or by changing to a local commuter train in Terespol. The prime attraction in Brest is the Brest Fortress, built in the 1800s by the Russain Empire and would later see fighting during a surprise attack by the Germans in 1941. 

Car Rental Prices in Warsaw

  • Station wagons - from € 10 per day
  • Large cars - from € 10 per day
  • Medium cars - from € 8 per day
  • Vans - from € 27 per day
  • Premium cars - from € 59 per day
  • Small cars - from € 6 per day
  • SUVs - from € 12 per day
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Map of Car Rental Locations

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

Car rental prices in Warsaw 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 Warsaw
€ 14.77
January
€ 15.75
February
€ 17.26
March
€ 15.57
April
€ 17.69
May
€ 19.99
June
€ 27.11
July
€ 26.14
August
€ 18.77
September
€ 16.12
October
€ 13.50
November
€ 19.95
December
The cheapest month to rent a car in Warsaw is November (when prices average € 13.50 per day). This is 27% cheaper than the yearly average and 50% cheaper than renting in July (when prices average € 27.11).

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 Warsaw?

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

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

Based on the number of searches by our customers, the most popular month for renting a car in Warsaw is December, and the least popular is November.
Monthly searches in Warsaw by pick-up date relative to the average
81%
January
81%
February
101%
March
83%
April
104%
May
106%
June
112%
July
115%
August
100%
September
114%
October
76%
November
125%
December

Car Rental Information

Car rental locations 14
Airport locations 2
Popular suppliers Viaggiare, Flex To Go, Kaizen Rent, Carwiz, PANEK
Popular car categories Small cars, SUVs, Medium cars, Large cars
Lowest price € 6 per day
Cheapest supplier Viaggiare

Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

Rental Supplier Model Doors Luggage Type
Viaggiare Toyota Aygo X 5 1 Small cars
Viaggiare Opel Corsa 4 1 Small cars
Flex To Go Fiat 500 3 1 Small cars
Viaggiare Skoda Kamiq 5 2 Large cars
Flex To Go Volkswagen Polo 5 1 Small cars
Viaggiare Fiat 500 3 1 Small cars
Kaizen Rent Toyota Yaris 4 1 Small cars
Carwiz Skoda Fabia 5 2 Small cars
Kaizen Rent Nissan Qashqai 5 3 SUVs
Kaizen Rent Kia Sportage 5 2 SUVs

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.

Thailand
Kia Sportage
April 3, 2024
All is good
Belgium
Toyota Yaris
February 25, 2024
Training and study
United Kingdom
Toyota C-HR
February 17, 2024
Family
Canada
Toyota Aygo X
February 15, 2024
family NOT wellbeing
Greece
Opel Corsa
January 15, 2024
The indicator for flat tires switched on although it tires had enough air
Poland
BMW X5
January 3, 2024
very good car and positive driving experience
Belgium
Toyota Yaris
December 18, 2023
Family visit, shopps easy to locate to training
Poland
Mazda 6
December 17, 2023
business
Ukraine
Mitsubishi Space Star
December 9, 2023
overall good .I enjoyed the trip
United Kingdom
Nissan Qashqai
December 3, 2023
Quick family reunion.
United Kingdom
Fiat 500
December 3, 2023
Great car and level of service
United States of America (USA)
Kia Rio
October 19, 2023
We took a trip to Lublin from Warsaw. This is a great day trip to do from Warsaw. We also stopped at the beautiful village of Kazimierz Dolny, another great day trip stop from Warsaw.
United States of America (USA)
Toyota C-HR
October 2, 2023
Bialystok- Poland
Switzerland
Toyota C-HR
August 4, 2023
Very historical and interesting place.
United Kingdom
Volkswagen Golf
July 29, 2023
Trip was great and the Audi A3 was amazing however car didn't have a valid license for sat nav and cruise control. These days this should be a standard in cars of this class, that's why I only gave 5.
Israel
Opel Corsa
July 20, 2023
Went to north of Poland. It was great.
United Kingdom
Toyota Corolla STW
July 10, 2023
Taking kids to see their grandparents
Finland
Mazda CX-5
June 2, 2023
Poland was a great and it was nice to visit Warsaw, Krakow, Zakopane etc
United Kingdom
Skoda Octavia
May 26, 2023
customer photo customer photo
Ireland
Seat Leon STW
May 13, 2023
Nice short holiday, just at the moment next to the airport in Warsaw/modlin there is terrible road works, bad markings how to get to airport
Poland
Fiat 500
April 23, 2023
ok
Canada
Peugeot 208
March 24, 2023
Family vacation
United States of America (USA)
Opel Astra
January 12, 2023
customer photo customer photo
United States of America (USA)
VW Polo
September 26, 2022
I would just stick with a better known company.
Latvia
VW Golf
August 16, 2022
customer photo
Latvia
VW Polo
May 20, 2022
Having a car in Poland is a must-have option for traveler. With the help of the rented car you may see a lot more places near Warsaw which not-so-easy reachable with public transport.
United States of America (USA)
Peugeot 3008
March 31, 2022
Family visit
Portugal
Fiat 500
August 31, 2021
Rental scooters were fun and convenient but terribly expensive.
Ireland
Skoda Scala
July 21, 2021
they are driving like crazy in Poland!
United States of America (USA)
Smart For Four
June 1, 2021
Poland is beautiful; roads infrastructure is great
Norway
Ford Focus STW
September 3, 2020
When you use Ace rent a car, remmember the rental desk is at Marriot Hotel 😜
United Kingdom
Kia Optima
August 26, 2020
Friendly staff. A bit pricy car rental.
Poland
Opel Astra
May 11, 2020
Warsaw is a very large city which is well served by public transport. However for trips out of town, hiring a car is the best solution.
Malaysia
BMW 3 Series
March 17, 2020
I will Use same service
Poland
Fiat 500
March 13, 2020
Strongly recommend this Company. Warsaw is the best City on the World, especially by night. For summer time i would suggest Masurian District with one tousand lakes area.
United Kingdom
Toyota Corolla
March 11, 2020
Great place to visit
United Kingdom
Fiat 500
September 4, 2019
Warsaw, Gdansk and Mazury - amazing places!
Poland
VW Polo
July 23, 2019
It would help if customers were provided with the plan of the car park, directions how to find the car.
Poland
Toyota Auris
July 13, 2019
Warsaw is interesting, diverse city with many interesting monuments and places to see.
Sweden
Ford Focus
February 13, 2019
Great city. Good Night life.
United States of America (USA)
Kia Sportage
September 30, 2018
GPS is good in all foreign cities especially since some routes are new. Keep your headlamps on even in the daylight. Be prepared to pay for parking at many hotels.
United States of America (USA)
Toyota Auris
August 29, 2018
Great place great people thanks
United Kingdom
Opel Astra
August 27, 2018
I drove around Poland a lot. It is a fascinating and beautiful place, but drivers in general are disrespectful of rules, especially speed limits. They drive aggressively and even dangerously. Driving there is not relaxing.
United States of America (USA)
Toyota RAV 4
August 20, 2018
Driving is ok, read about the rules before coming if you are from the US, little bit different.
United Kingdom
Nissan Qashqai
June 9, 2018
Great place to visit. Easy to drive around.
Israel
VW Polo
June 7, 2018
Warsaw+ Krakow WE had a great trip. Enjoyed every moment. WE certainly recomand to use Green Motion. The car was new. Fast. Clean. The agent was efficient and nice. The only problem was to return the car - the tel no that was given to us did not work. Luckily the agent was in the return area, so we could return the car. There also should be better signs showing where to return the car. We visited Auschwitz camp. It was shocking experience. must see. We visited the salt mines in Krakow. Wonderful experience. Stayed at SAS Blue hotel Very good location and value for money. Krakow is a nice city. Many people. Touristic. Warsaw is nice as well. More business oriented.
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Car Rental Statistics

Highest rated company
Flex To Go
8.9 / 10
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Lowest rated company
MEX RENT A CAR
6.2 / 10
)
Total number of reviews
89
Total rental companies
32
Average daily price
€ 11.84
Lowest daily price
€ 6.39
Total cars available
1857

Top 32 Suppliers in Warsaw in 2024

Flex To Go
Flex To Go
Very good 8.9 / 593 reviews
2 locations
€ 7 - € 52
Car Net
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Very good 8.9 / 28 reviews
2 locations
€ 20 - € 96
Kaizen Rent
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Very good 8.8 / 144 reviews
3 locations
€ 9 - € 60
United Rent A Car
United Rent A Car
Very good 8.8 / 42 reviews
1 location
€ 28 - € 859
Viaggiare
Viaggiare
Very good 8.6 / 218 reviews
1 location
€ 6 - € 16
Keddy
Keddy
Very good 8.6 / 29 reviews
1 location
€ 34 - € 56
Carwiz
Carwiz
Very good 8.5 / 424 reviews
3 locations
€ 10 - € 73
Hertz
Hertz
Very good 8.5 / 11 reviews
3 locations
€ 38 - € 204
PANEK
PANEK
Very good 8.4 / 336 reviews
2 locations
€ 9 - € 17
Alamo
Alamo
Very good 8.4 / 81 reviews
3 locations
€ 80 - € 290
Europcar
Europcar
Very good 8.2 / 29 reviews
3 locations
€ 44 - € 122
SIXT
SIXT
Very good 8.1 / 22 reviews
3 locations
€ 19 - € 1381
Rentis
Rentis
Very good 8 / 49 reviews
6 locations
€ 19 - € 78
Thrifty
Thrifty
Very good 8 / 6 reviews
3 locations
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Good 7.9 / 178 reviews
5 locations
€ 16 - € 27
WheeGo
WheeGo
Good 7.9 / 112 reviews
2 locations
€ 19 - € 314
Enterprise
Enterprise
Good 7.9 / 18 reviews
4 locations
€ 87 - € 307
YOUR RENT
YOUR RENT
Good 7.9 / 14 reviews
1 location
€ 14 - € 46
MM Cars Rental
MM Cars Rental
Good 7.9 / 10 reviews
1 location
€ 17 - € 187
RightCars
RightCars
Good 7.8 / 47 reviews
2 locations
Avis
Avis
Good 7.8 / 6 reviews
4 locations
€ 23 - € 334
National
National
Good 7.7
2 locations
Sicily By Car
Sicily By Car
Good 7.6
2 locations
€ 21 - € 70
Street Rent A Car
Street Rent A Car
Good 7.6
5 locations
€ 23 - € 75
Surprice
Surprice
Good 7.5 / 222 reviews
3 locations
€ 10 - € 93
NUCarrentals
NUCarrentals
Good 7.5 / 16 reviews
1 location
€ 16 - € 20
Routes Car Rental
Routes Car Rental
Good 7.5
2 locations
€ 34 - € 202
Ace Rent a car
Ace Rent a car
Good 7.4 / 159 reviews
2 locations
€ 12 - € 165
Budget
Budget
Good 7.2 / 9 reviews
4 locations
€ 25 - € 318
Autounion
Autounion
Satisfactory 6.8 / 176 reviews
5 locations
€ 9 - € 163
AddCar
AddCar
Satisfactory 6.4 / 184 reviews
7 locations
€ 10 - € 63
MEX RENT A CAR
MEX RENT A CAR
Satisfactory 6.2 / 18 reviews
1 location
€ 14 - € 156
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