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Where to pick up your car
There are over 30 car hire locations in Poland, and the most popular city is Warsaw.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Poland are Express, Hertz, Budget, Panek and Europcar.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Poland are January and February.
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Hire a car in Poland
Poland is a country that flutters between the contemporary and the classical.
Loaded with tradition and medieval temptations alongside dynamic urbanity, Poland has been catching the eye of tourists from all over. While the country is quickly developing, you’ll still find important reminders of Poland’s heritage throughout each city.
A country bigger than the UK, seeing as much of Poland as possible is tough without a car. Road trip along the Baltic Sea, follow the meandering network of lakes or head inland to the country’s top cities. No matter where you begin your adventure from, start your journey by searching for your rental with easyCar.
Sights to see
Poland is bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, the Baltic Sea, and Lithuania to the north and shares a maritime border with Denmark and Sweden. If you hire a car, you'll be able to easily explore both the cities and the striking landscape of Poland, and maybe even venture to nearby European countries.
Things to do in Poland
Poland's capital is a fascinating and diverse city. It is a busy metropolitan business centre, yet still retains the charm of its many historical monuments. There is a wealth of beautiful castles, palaces, churches, houses and statues still to be enjoyed. On a sunny day, a visit to the Lazienki Park is a must, this summer residence of the last king is a lovely place for a stroll. From May to December you can also see the amazing Chopin concerts that take place by the Chopin monument. With over 50 museums, over 50 art galleries, over 30 professional theatres and great restaurants, cafes, pubs and club, you shouldn't have a single dull moment in Poland's fascinating capital.
Poland: Discover more
Warsaw isn't the only charm Poland has to offer. Its other cities are also rich with historical relics. Krakow is considered one of the best preserved medieval city centres in Europe. It still has churches from almost every historical period and the traditional trade pavilions of the cloth hall still function as a lively trade centre with colourful market stalls and pavement cafes for you to enjoy.