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Romania is a country in eastern europe, famous worldwie for its rich natural landscapes, history and culture. With a car hire, Romania will be enjoyed in all its beauty, without worrying for the fixed schedules of organized tours. Similarly, car hire in Romania is a cost effective method of transportation for your business travel as well.
If you need a car hire in Romania, your best choice is book it via the on-line reservation service of Rent.it. We compare the rates of the main car rental companies in Romania to offer you a wide choice of vehicles. Whether you need a compact car or a big SUV, you can find it on Rent.it. Just select your preferred pick-up location in Romania in the booking page. Then insert the time and dates of your rental and you will be shown with all the available vehicles for the selected period. After you chose your preferred car and paid the required amount, you will receive an e-mail containing your booking voucher. This voucher will have to be presented to the rental location, together with your driving license and credit card.
In Romania we have car rental supplier that accepts also debit card and prepaid cards. Some accept also cash payments. Check on our website or call us for assistance.
Romania is well known for its beautiful Carpathians mountains and the lush forests of Transylvania. The latter is perhaps most known for being the setting for the fictional works of Dracula the vampire. Bran castle, between Transylvania and Wallachia, is a magnificent fortress that is said to have been home to the famous vampire. The capital of Romania, Bucharest, was once nicknamed "little Paris" for its lavish architecture and sophistication of its inhabitants. The world wars and the communist regime caused the partial destruction of many important buildings which have been subsequently renovated. The symbol of Bucharest is probably the colossal Palace of the Parliament (Palatul Parlamentului), one of the biggest buildings of the world.