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Explore on your own schedule when you pick up a cheap car rental in Poland from Europcar. This Eastern European nation has more than a thousand years of history behind it, and you can see it vividly come to life as you make your way around the country ...Read more and discover everything from striking medieval castles to poignant holocaust memorials.

For all that history though, Poland is distinctly contemporary; visit urban centers like Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk and you’ll find energetic cities bursting with life and culture. Whether you’re sampling local dishes or touring cultural landmarks, there’s plenty here to keep you busy.

Book online before you go and we'll have your Poland car rental waiting for you when you arrive. At Europcar, we offer competitive rates and fast, friendly service, so you can make the most of your time. Whether you’re on business or pleasure, we’ll help get you there hassle free. Read less

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Looking for a small or medium economy car rental or something a little larger to fit all the family? At Europcar Poland, we have a great range of new and comfortable rental cars to choose from. Browse our fleet range now and rent a car online today.

Explore the Polish Capital

Warsaw is the capital city of Poland and an excellent place to start any adventure through the country. What it lacks in historic landmarks it makes up for in vibrancy – the city is a bustling hub for nightlife, performing arts, museums, shopping, dining and drinking. Discover it all when you rent a car in Poland.

Visit Malbork Castle

When you book a long term car rental in Poland, you’re free to explore attractions off the beaten track. Don’t miss Malbork Castle; this stunning medieval fortress on the banks of the Nogat River was built by the Teutonic Knights in the early 13th century. Its looks much the same today as it did six centuries ago, and also has an attached museum you can explore to learn more about its history.