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The Hertz Helsinki Airport car rental desk is located in the corridor linking the two terminal buildings. Car rental returns are handled at one of the parking facilities, namely parking lot P3B, where customers are instructed to leave their rental cars at the end of the rental contract.
Advance reservations and enquiries can be made at Hertz car rental Helsinki Vantaa Airport online at http://www.hertz.com or by telephoning tel +358 20 555 2100.
The Hertz car rental station’s opening times run from Mondays to Thursdays from 06.00 am to midnight and on Fridays from 06.00 am to 11.00 pm; on Saturdays the rental desk is open for business from 08.30 am to 08.00 pm and on Sundays the Hertz service team welcomes customers from 08.30 am to midnight.
Hertz car rental rates displayed online include free unlimited kilometres, collision damage waiver, theft protection as well as taxes and airport surcharges.
The car rental provider offers cars like the Nissan Micra, the Ford Fiesta or the popular Ford Focus, ideal for people on a budget who want to explore the city rather than Finland’s forests and expansive coastline.
Hertz’ Standard class offers choices like the Volvo S40, which can be supplied as a 4- or 5-door version, featuring manual transmission and air conditioning. The Standard Estate Volvo V50 can also be supplied as a 1.6 Diesel version, making car rental even more economical.
For trips into the interior of the country, where pine forests and lake districts are just waiting to be explored, there are the Standard SUVs from Hertz. Choices like the Nissan Qashqai 4 x 4 offer plenty of horse power, space and a great driving experience.
The Full-size class offers vehicles like the Volvo XC60, which features seating for up to 5 people and room for 5 pieces of luggage. The car has an automatic transmission and air conditioning.
Hertz Helsinki Vantaa Airport also caters for the requirements of business travellers and people looking for something a little different from the car they normally drive at home. The Premium range Volvo S80 or the Special range Volvo XC60 offer great comfort, a fantastic driving experience and plenty of space for passengers and their luggage.
Large families and friends travelling together will be better off hiring from the Hertz range of people carriers and minivans. The Nissan Qashqai +2 can seat up to 7 passengers and can accommodate 3 pieces of luggage. This people carrier features air conditioning, manual transmission and offers 37 miles to the gallon fuel consumption into the bargain.
Helsinki is a gateway to many of Finland’s finest delights: there is the wonderful fresh seafood in the amazing restaurants in the city, the fishing trips from one of 6,500 small islands lying just offshore, the kayaking trips along the coast, the hiking in the pine forests, the camping trips to the shores of magical lakes and river tours, cycling tours, horseback riding and campfire cookery classes to mention but a few.
For golfers there are great facilities and amenities within a short drive from the city. The Helsinki Golf Club at Talin Kartano is an 18-hole golf course with Club House fit for local and international golfers looking for great scenery and even more fresh air, while doing what they love best - playing a round of golf on a sunny day.
The city also boasts many beaches along the Helsinki coastline, great places to relax and sunbathe, swim and let the stress of day-to-day life back home drift away.
The historic King’s Road dates back to the 13th century, linking Finland with its neighbours Sweden and Russia, two powerful nations which in the past were sometimes friend and sometimes foe - the road was also once the principal land route for trade. As a result, there are many fine examples of historic buildings lining the route. Motorists driving along this ancient road will find charming heritage gems dotted around in a pastoral landscape that seems to have been frozen in time.
There are impressive manor houses and snug wooden cabins jostling for visitors’ attention. In the past Tsars and the Kings of Sweden travelled along the King’s Road on their way to picturesque Porvoo, the second oldest town in Finland, a day trip destination well worth the car rental fee.
For more information about Hertz car hire Helsinki Airport, please visit the company’s website at http://www.hertz.com