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Falun Central Train Station

Falun Central Train Station

Falun Central Train Station CAR RENTAL

location address

Falun Centralstation, 791 61 Falun


Phone: +46-23-69088

GDS-Code: BLE

opening hours

MO - FR:

07:00 - 18:00

SA:

09:00 - 15:00

SU:

11:00 - 17:00

Additional Information Outside opening hours

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Car Rental in Falun Central Train Station - Sixt rent a car

The Sixt car rental office is conveniently located at Falun Central Train station, allowing the traveler to easily rent a car and immediately explore the surrounding city. The Sixt staff will offer you a wide choice of rental cars, including luxury rentals from prestige brands such as Audi, BMW and Mercedes. For something that will put a little pep in your road trip, you can rent a Chevrolet Camaro or put the top down and ride in a convertible. If you have a larger group, check out a minivan or an SUV.

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About Falun Central Train Station

The Falun Central Train Station is less than five minutes from the town center by car. The Sixt lot is close to the E16 highway allowing you to quickly begin to explore Falun and using your unlimited mileage, the greater metropolitan area of Borlänge.

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Driving Around Falun

Falun was founded around a copper mine that dates back to the 11th century. While the mine is no longer functional, it is a popular tourist attraction and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Falun is located in Dalama province and provides great shopping for typical Swedish souvenirs like the Dala Horse or the rarer Falu Maiden. Once your shopping is done, you can head over to the Dalarnas Museum, or if sports are more attractive, the Lugnet Sports Arena for swimming, hiking or cross-country skiing. Nearby lake Runn provides kayak and canoe rentals. From Falun, one can drive to the nearby city of Borlänge and explore sites like the Ornasstugan, a house dating to the 16th century that sheltered King Gustaf Vasa.