Night lights over Plovdiv
Car hire in Plovdiv
Plovdiv can be perfect base for exploring south Bulgaria. It is not very far from many south coast Black Sea resorts – Burgas, Nessebar, Sunny Beach, Ravda, St. Vlas, Pomorie, Ahtopol, Obzor, Primorsko, Kiten, Sozopol, Lozenets.
Top Rent A Car makes direct car deliveries to all Bulgarian Black Sea Resorts. If you need more detailed affiliates about the car rental deliveries and the transfers that we provide, you can look at our Additional Services.
Plovdiv is Bulgaria’s second-largest city, famous with its cultural scene and a constant rival of Sofia in nightlife as well. Plovdiv is unique with its art galleries, winding streets and bohemian cafés. The most visited part of the city definitely is the “Old Plovdiv”, which is great for walking. Plovdiv is also a major university city with its numerous universities. You can book a car hire in Plovdiv from Top Rent A Car.
The “Old Plovdiv” also known as “Stariat Grad" (Старият град), restored to its 19th-century -appearance is full of narrow cobblestone streets and literally packed with old-time atmospheric house-museums, art galleries and eminent painting artists. Here you can enjoy Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and Bulgarian antiquities. The most impressive and one of the symbols of Plovdiv is the Roman amphitheatre – the best preserved in the Balkans and still used for theatre performances, live shows and music concerts, most of them during the summer.
If you are going to visit Plovdiv and you haven’t book your car rental, you can do this using our car rental booking engine on the left side of the web site. We have office next to Sofia International Airport on “Brussels” 3 blvd or we can deliver your car to Plovdiv if you arrive at Plovdiv International Airport. Top Rent A Car offers also holiday apartments. Book your cheap car hire in Plovdiv from Top Rent A Car. We can deliver your car hire in Plovdiv.
Plovdiv became preferred business destination for investors during the last years, with modern centre and newly built Malls. Popular spot for relaxing and escape from the urban noise is Tsar Simeon Garden. Plovdiv has plenty of cafés,bars and night clubs.
As one of Bulgaria’s most cosmopolitan cities, second-largest road and railway hub and economic centre, the city is often used by travellers as a stopover or starting base point to Bulgaria’s summer and winter resorts, Rhodopi Mountain, Greece or Turkey.