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Kalmar Central Train Station

Kalmar Central Train Station

Kalmar Central Train Station CAR RENTAL

location address

Kalmar Centralstation, 392 39 Kalmar


Phone: +46-480-492000

GDS-Code: KLR

opening hours

24 HRS RETURN
MO - FR:

07:00 - 18:00

SA:

10:00 - 14:00

Bank Holiday:

09:00 - 14:00

How to find us Outside opening hours

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

Getting a rental car is an easy experience with Sixt car rental at the Kalmar Central Train Station. Sixt rents many different types of vehicles, depending on your needs. You can get a convertible, a luxury rental, a Chevrolet Tahoe and many others. Getting to the Kalmar Central Train Station is also a hassle-free experience. It is within walking distance of the city central, making it easy to get to for locals and travelers alike.

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About Kalmar

The Kalmar Central Train Station is a busy travel hub, making it convenient for someone exploring Sweden. It offers connections to cities like Copenhagen and Stockholm. The city itself is in the south-east of Sweden, near the Baltic sea. It has history dating back to the 12th century. It spent many years as a city of great political importance. In more recent years, it was an industrial center, making trains, ships, and cars. It is now a modern city, dedicated to reducing carbon emissions and reducing fossil fuel usage. It is also home to the University of Kalmar, a well-known and respected establishment.

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Attractions around the City

When you rent a car from Sixt, it's easy to see all the diverse attractions that Kalmar offers. The Kalmar castle is not to be missed. The castle has a rich history and was once a stronghold of the royal power. It serves as a powerful reminder of the historic importance of the city. Near the castle is the Old Town. This medieval center has many well-preserved buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. The Kalmar Art Museum also offers a different aspect of Swedish culture. The museum has a display of local art and design from the 19th and 20th century.