QRENT is a car rental agency located in Thessaloniki, near the maginificent Macedonia SKG airport. Our rental car fleet includes a wide selection of cars with an average age of two years, ranging from small compact cars to luxury sedans, and from mini-vans to SUVs (4×4). Choices include automatic, diesel or specialty passenger vehicles, as well as luxury VIP vans, which are provided with or without professional drivers.
We make sure when you rent a car in Thessaloniki at QRENT Car Rentals, to guarantee that you will be driving safely, comfortably abba state of comfort, luxury, and – above all – safety.
Whatever problem may arise during your car rental period in Thessaloniki, we will assist you on 18-hour basis and provide the most effective solution to your car hire needs. We always strive to provide our clients with concise, timely and cost effective car hire Thessaloniki services.
Key facts for Thessaloniki
It is the second largest city of Greece, after Athens. Built near the sea, it is a modern metropolis bearing the marks of its tempestuous history and its cosmopolitan character, which give it a special beauty and charm. The White Tower, a 15th century edifice, is considered to be the symbol of the city.
National Geographic Magazine included Thessaloniki in its top tourist destinations worldwide, while in 2014 Financial Times FDI magazine declared Thessaloniki as the best mid-sized European city of the future for human capital and lifestyle.
Thessaloniki is one of the most important trade and business hubs in Southeastern Europe. Its key position is reinforced by its hosting three universities – among them Aristotle University which is the largest university in Greece – and several international economic and political institutions, such as the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP), the Office for the Stability Pact for SE Europe, the Institute for Balkan Studies and the Centre of International and European Economic Law. The city is also home to the Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in SE Europe, the European Centre for Information to Enterprises and the UNESCO Centre for Women and Peace in the Balkans.
The modern element of Thessaloniki combines harmoniously with the past, imprinted in the archaeological sites, the byzantine churches and interesting monuments. Places of utmost interest are the arch of Galerius and Rotunda, the ancient Agora, the Roman Forum and the Church of Saint Demetrios, a five-aisled basilica with a crypt under the sanctuary. One should also visit the Old Town, with its old byzantine churches and buildings featuring old Greek and Ottoman architecture.
Worth visiting are also:
• the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki,
• the Museum of Byzantine Culture,
• the Thessaloniki Science Centre and Technology Museum,
• the Folk life and Ethnological Museum of Macedonia and Thrace,
• the Jewish Museum,
• the Atatürk Museum,
• the State Museum of Contemporary Art,
• the Museum of History and Art of Thessaloniki (the White Tower),
• the Thessaloniki Cinema Museum,
• the Museum of Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Musical Instruments.