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Greece Car Hire Tips: Driving Conditions


  • There are two paid tollways in Greece: Athens to the Peloponnesus and Athens to Thessaloniki.
  • Greece's high accident rate means seat belts are mandatory.
  • An international license is required for foreign drivers.
  • Webcarhire offers car rental options for collection or drop off at Airport and city locations in Greece.
  • A minimum age applies for hiring a car in Greece, though this varies between car categories. Check the terms and conditions before you book.

Reasons to Choose Greece Car Hire


  • At 14,880 km in length, Greece has the tenth longest coastline in the world.
  • A drive along Greece’s coastline would cover Crete, the Dodecanese, the Cyclades, and the Ionian Islands and others.
  • Eighty per cent of Greece is mountainous.
  • Tourists rate Lalaria one of Greece’s best beaches followed closely by Skiathos, a white pebble beach on Naxos.
  • Athens is the capital of Greece, and is home to some amazing archaeological ruins like the famous Acropolis.

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