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City Rent a car Belgrade -Rent a car in Belgrade Serbia

 
e-mail: info@cityrentacar.rs | Telefon: +381 11 2258 784 // +381 64 1724 103

City Rent a Car
In addition to rent a car in Belgrade, Serbia, you have the freedom to explore this fascinating city and a nice way to take advantage of your free time! Still not enough visited by tourists, Belgrade is a dynamic city with lot of well known atractions ! With rental car in the City rent a car, you will have the opportunity to drive the streets of the capital city of Serbia in the pace that suits you. City rent a car offers vehicles at very reasonable prices.

Behind the wheel of our car you can feel comfortable and safe. In Belgrade you will have the opportunity to meet with wide streets, squares, fountain, monuments, museums, theaters, fortresses, zoo, many restaurants and bars as well as a popular Belgrade rafts ...

We offer you the opportunity to rent a car at the Airport Nikola Tesla, as well as free delivery to your hotel or apartment.

Call us and reserve your car

Bul. Mihaila Pupina 10i, vp 80
11070 Beograd
Tel: +381 11 2258 784
Fax:
Mob: +381 64 1724 103

Services of City Rent a Car Belgrade can be payed by credit cards
VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DINERS, DINA, in cash or per invoice

Special offer Rent a Chevrolet Spark - from 16 EUR per day.
We are offering special discount to companies for long-term rental.

 

Rates Unlimited km

City Rent a Car Belgrade offers the best rates available!


                                                 
Tip    vozila
1day
2 days
3-4 days
5-6 days
7 days
Add. Day
14 days
15+ days
Chevrolet 








Spark
50
45
40
34
221
26
385
*
A/C








Chevrolet
      Aveo Sedan A/C
58
   
50
   
45
   
39
   
252
   
29
   
435
   
*
   
Suzuki    Swift
      A/C
62
   
54
   
48
   
42
   
273
   
30
   
463
   
*
   
Skoda  Fabia /
      Opel Corsa
64
   
56
   
50
   
43
   
279
   
31
   
475
   
*
   
Skoda
      Roomster
      A/C
67
   
58
   
52
   
45
   
292
   
32
   
494
   
*
   
Opel Astra    Classic
      A/C
64
   
58
   
52
   
45
   
284
   
31
   
480
   
*
   
Opel Astra    H
      A/C
88
   
78
   
69
   
58
   
383
   
38
   
623
   
*
   
Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI
96
   
88
   
76
   
66
   
429
   
42
   
695
   
*
   
Opel Zafira
      1.8
      A/C
98
   
89
   
78
   
68
   
442
   
42
   
708
   
*
   
Opel
      Antara
      4x4
132
   
121
   
108
   
94
   
611
   
74
   
1067
   
*
   
Opel Vivaro 7+1
      A/C
118
   
108
   
98
   
88
   
572
   
72
   
1015
   
*
   


Inlcude: - Unlimited Km,- Insurance,Taxes

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Our cars for rent

Chevrolet Spark

Skoda Fabia

Opel Corsa

 

  VW Polo

Opel Astra

Skoda Oktavija

 

 

Few things abouth Belgrade

Belgrade is situated at the place where the Sava joins the Danube. Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, beside Athens, the greatest urban whole of the Balkan Peninsula. The oldest archaeological artefacts from Belgrade area date back to the fifth millenium B.C. The members of a Celtic tribe founded Singidunum in the III century B.C., while the first record of the name Belgrade dates back to 878 A.D. During its long and tumultuous history, Belgrade has been conquered by 40 armies, and 38 times it has been raised up from the ashes.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, having around 1,6 million residents. In the field of traffic and transport, it is a city of the highest importance as a road and railway center, as a port for river and air traffic, and as a telecommunication center. It spreads over 3.6% of the territory of Serbia, and 15.8% of Serbian population lives in this city. Also, 31.2% of all employed workers in Serbia work in Belgrade.

Important economic and agricultural capacities are developed in Belgrade, especially metallurgy, metal-working industry and electronic industry, then commerce and banking. The free trade zone is located in the wider area of Belgrade, Smederevo and PanĨevo, on the banks of the Danube river, covering 2,000 sqm of business space. Also, 30% of the national product of Serbia is made in Belgrade.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbian culture, education and science. It has the greatest concentration of institutions of national importance in the field of science and art. There is the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, established in 1886 as the Serbian Royal Academy: the National Library of Serbia, established in 1832; the National Museum, established in 1841 and the National Theatre, established in 1869. The city is also the seat of the Belgrade University, founded in 1808 as the Great School, and the seat of the University of Art.

Belgrade has the status of a separate teritorial unit in Serbia, having its own autonomous city government. Its territory is divided into 17 municipalities, having their own local governmental bodies.


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