Sixt offers a great selection of deals for car rental in Poland. With branches in Poland's major cities and airports, accessing our premium fleet of vehicles is quick and easy, allowing you to get on with enjoying your break in this fascinating country. When you rent a car in Poland from Sixt, you can be guaranteed the highest standards of vehicle, whether you opt for a luxury sedan or economy city car.
Our car rental deals in Poland mean that all of these attractions are easily accessible, allowing you to experience the breathtaking natural beauty, stunning architecture and exciting cities that the country has to offer. Our convenient branch locations are ready to get you on the road so you can get your journey in Poland underway.
Poland offers a variety of destinations in winter, whether you like more urban adventures or want to head to the mountains (yes, mountains!). Krakow and Warsaw have lovely architecture and history and also offer many museums and attractions for cold weather. The Warsaw Royal Castle is worth a visit, while in Krakow you can see the Bonerowski Palace. Both of these cities, plus others like Poznan and Gdansk have lovely Christmas markets that are open from the end of November through December. The southern part of the country has the Tatra Mountains and Mt. Gubalowka. Visit the mountain town of Zakopane and go skiing from there. You might be surprised that ski slopes are free, although you do need to pay to use the lifts. The weather will hover around or below freezing, depending on where you are. A sedan will get you around in the flat north, but in the mountainous south, an SUV and winter tires are recommended.
Our diverse fleet means it is easy to find the right rental vehicle for your driving requirements. Browse our range of car categories and securely book online. Next, tailor your rental with numerous add-ons for an optimal ride. We have great deals on optional features such as child seats, GPS, additional driver and protection coverages. Reserve your car rental for Poland ahead online or by phone and ensuring a better rate than waiting to your arrival.
Poland accepts driving licenses from all EU countries and many other nations. US drivers will also need to show an international driving permit, which can be obtained before leaving from the Automobile Touring Alliance (AATA) or American Automobile Association (AAA).
You must be 18 or older to drive in Poland and further age restrictions apply when you rent a car in Poland. Our booking engine will show you the age limits on each model.
Payment for your rental car must be made using a credit card. The credit card must be in the driver's name and it must be presented to branch staff upon collection. Prepaid cards and debit cards are not accepted.
Dialing 112 in Poland will connect you to the emergency services. You can also reach our own support staff 24/7, further information is enclosed with your rental documents. Our car rental deals in Poland also include the option of Roadside Protection, providing enhanced breakdown coverage.
If you wish to extend your visit into other European countries a car rental in Poland from Sixt gives you plenty of opportunity. You are allowed to cross into neighboring countries such as Germay, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Please refer to our Rental Information page for more information.
Poland's road network is generally good and has enjoyed much investment in the last few years. Main motorways are tolled, such as on the A1, A2, A4 and A8 but driving elsewhere is free. The E65/E30 is the main route from Germany in the west, running through Poznan and Lodz on the way to Warsaw. The E75 and E77 run north to Gdansk from Lodz and Warsaw respectively and both roads continue south to Katowice and Krakow.
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Not far from Krakow is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of Poland's largest tourist attractions. A national Historical Monument produced table salt from the 13th century up until 2007 and is home to four chapels and many sculptures that were carved by miners out of rock salt. The UNESCO listed Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian Region are a group of wooden Orthodox churches which were built between the 16th-19th centuries. Wroclaw's Centennial Hall is a designated Historic Monument built by Max Berg in 1911-1913 and is an early example of reinforced concrete architecture. When measured by land area the Malbork Castle is the world's largest castle. Built by Teutonic Knights it is a classic example of a medieval fortress and has been UNESCO listed since 1997. Situated on the bank of the Nogat River it is considered to be one of the most beautiful spots in all of Poland.
Wolin is an island in the Baltic Sea and home to the Wolin National Park, home to a beech forest and bison reserve. Ojcowski National Park is near to Krakow, which despite its small size, is one of the most scenic natural areas of the country. The area features tall limestone rock formations, the most famous of them is the Hercules Bludgeon. Bialowieza National Park in the east of Poland is the last primeval forest in Europe and is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. It is home to massive ancient oak trees and herds of wild bison. The High Tatra Mountains are a range found along the northern border with Slovakia and include 29 peaks that climb over 8,200 feet.