Sixt continues expansion in the Caribbean

7 Jul 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Pullach, 7. July 2014 – Sixt continues its global expansion: The international mobility service provider has extended its presence in the Caribbean with new locations in Puerto Rico and Curaçao offering a broad range of services in these well-known travel destinations. Sixt will be cooperating with experienced and strong franchisees on both of these islands.

In Puerto Rico, Sixt opened a new rental location at San Juan airport. The high-standard fleet in Puerto Rico includes Economy and also Premium vehicles such as the new Mercedes C-Class. As American travelers are the most important customer group for tourism on the island, further locations as well as a new flag-ship location at the airport are planned for 2015. The opening in Puerto Rico is part of the expansion strategy of Sixt in North America.

Car rental Puerto Rico

As of today on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, customers can also use the service of the new Sixt location at the airport of the capital Willemstad. A fleet of small and midsize vehicles, SUVs and 7-seaters are available. In addition, Sixt in Curaçao has opened three further locations in the city center as well as the hotel resorts Papagayo and Sunscape. Curaçao is one of the most important destinations for European travelers in the Caribbean.
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Sixt receives two Business Traveller Awards

4 Jul 2014 by Matthew     
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Sixt rent a car wins two awards from Business Traveller Awards for “Best Car Rental in Germany” and “Best Car Rental for business”

Business Traveller Awards
Munich / Frankfurt am Main, July 4, 2014 – Sixt has recieved two awards from the biggest German travel magazine, “Business Traveller Magazine” as the “Best Car Rental in Germany” and “Best Car Rental for business”.  Sixt received once again these prestigious “Business Traveller Awards”

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Independence day in Los Angeles

3 Jul 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Independence Day in LA

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For people visiting the Los Angeles area during Independence Day, there are many celebrations and festivals to see. This is an exciting time to be in Southern California, as the entire city and surrounding areas are in celebration mode. Let’s look at a few of the possibilities you can choose from.

  • If you want to see one of the area’s most impressive fireworks displays, you shouldn’t miss the 4th of July AmericaFest at the Rose Bowl. This is being held at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena. There are festivities all day long, but the fireworks begin at around 9 pm.
  • Another exciting Independence Day celebration is being held at Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles. This is a block party featuring fireworks and pyrotechnics. You can find the main stage and viewing area between Spring Street and Grand Avenue. This is a free celebration that the whole family will enjoy.
  • The famous Hollywood Bowl is holding a three-day July 4th celebration. This event, which runs from July 2-4, features celebrities such as the Steep Canyon Rangers and Steve Martin, with a fireworks display each night. If you are interested in attending, you should get tickets as soon as possible.

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Europe Travel Month – Day 30: Milan

30 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Milan

Europe blog month has come to an end and our last destination is Milan. Milan is one of the fashion capitals of the world and the second-most populous city in Italy, thus the capital of its region, Lombardy. There are an abundance of attractions to be appreciated in the renaissance city. I hope you agree with Sixt’s last choice of this superb city.

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Europe Travel Month – Day 29: Bordeaux

29 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a French city located in the south west of France and is often nicknamed “La perle d’Aquitaine” which means the Pearl of Aquitaine, or “La Belle Endormie” which is translated as Sleeping Beauty and is the 9th largest city in France with a population of 239,157 as of 2010. So, here are Sixt’s guide of the best things to do while in Bordeaux.

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Europe Travel Month – Day 28: Lauterbrunnen

28 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Lauterbrunnen

Located in the Swiss Alps, Lauterbrunnen directly translated means ‘many fountains’ and the valley itself is one the biggest nature conservation sites in Switzerland. This is the smallest municipality on our list with a population of just 2,470!

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For appreciators of natural beauty, Lauterbrunnen is the place for you, with over 70 waterfalls and Switzerland’s highest mountains, the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau as well as beautiful lakes and meadows to keep you busy. The most famous of its 72 waterfalls is the Staubbach Falls which has one the highest free-falling waterfalls in Europe, falling from almost 300m. In the winter, Lauterbrunnen is also great for ski enthusiasts as it is home to numerous cross country ski trails as well as hiking routes. And with Switzerland being the birthplace of skiing, you will not be disappointed by the exemplar slopes.
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Europe Travel Month – Day 27: Bucharest

27 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Bucharest

First mentioned in documents in 1459, makes this Romanian capital a relatively new city. It is now considered the center of art, culture and media in Romania and is often referred to as ‘little Paris‘ due to the sophisticated architecture developed between the two world wars.

Bucharest is a great city for wandering around, whether this be with the free, informative walking tours in which you can get insiders information and a comprehensive history about this fantastic city from the locals where you can join and leave at your discretion. The tours range from topics such as “Discover little Paris” and “Communism to democracy“.

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Sri Lanka eased the driving license registration process for tourists

27 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

The government of Sri Lanka has decided to ease the driver’s license registration process for tourists traveling from abroad. From August 2014, travelers will be able to register their driver’s licenses directly at the airport when entering the country. The process of registration will take approximately only ten minutes and the license acquired will be valid for three months. The tourists who wish to travel within the island without being dependent on taxi or public transportation are able to rent their premium car from Sixt directly after arrival.

In Sri Lanka Sixt offers the customer to choose from two services, the self-driven car rental as well as the rental of its premium car fleet (such as from BMW and Hyundai) that includes an English-speaking driver at affordable rates. The driver service is very suitable for business travelers who travel to Colombo downtown only for their business as well as other travelers who prefer not to have the hassle of driving themselves while traveling to many beautiful sights in Sri Lanka. Customers are able to book both of the services online.

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Sixt Singapore Changi Airport extended its opening time

26 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

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Sixt at Singapore Changi Airport has extended the opening hours of the branch. Customers can now rent and return their vehicles from Monday to Friday as well as on bank holidays between 7:00am and 11:00pm. Furthermore we reduced our out-of-hours fee for return during the time from 11:00pm to 7:00am.

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With Sixt rent a car in Singapore you know that you will be getting a great car and great service in Singapore.

 


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Europe Travel Month – Day 26: Dublin

26 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Dublin

We now head to the capital of Ireland, a nation that is synonymous with drinking, more specifically Guinness and whiskey. However, there is much more to this jolly city than drinking alone, so here are Sixt’s recommendations for your stay in Dublin, and these ones you will actually remember!

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Having said that, a visit to Temple bar, an area notorious for its excessive drinking, is mandatory during your stay in Dublin. Even just for the atheistic appeal, it one of the only areas in the city that managed to preserve its medieval street pattern with narrow cobbles streets filled with art galleries, cafes and bars underpinned by eco-friendly schemes. The areas boasts the only art house cinema in Dublin as well as the Gallery of Photography and Projects Art Center. For a slightly more traditional cosmopolitan experience, head to Grafton street, which is the principle area of the south side of the city. There you will find a plethora of shops and restaurants as well as the Statue of Molly Malone, the protagonist in the song “In Dublin’s Fair City” (where the girls are all pretty) which some consider to be the unofficial anthem for Dublin.
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Europe Travel Month – Day 25: Dubrovnik

25 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Dubrovnik

This Croatian city located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea is one the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and is one of the smallest cities on our list with a population of just over 42,000. However, don’t let size fool you as there is a great deal to see and do in this Port city.

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Photo by Dennis Jarvis – Flickr.com

The attraction leading the way in this stunning the city is a walk around the city walls, which were initially put in place in the 13th century and where strengthened in the 15th to ward off the threat of the invading Turks. A leisurely walk around 2km parameters is a great way to turn back the clock and reflect, it is also the best way to see everything the city has to offer in terms of stunning sea views. I would advise that you walk either early in the morning or early evening as in the peak of the day time it can get unbearably busy. While you are around the area you will notice people jumping into the sea off the walls, or those less adrenaline conscious can slide in from the surrounding rocks, this is best way to finish off walking the walls with a refreshing dip into the Mediterranean Sea.

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Deal of the month: 1$/day for a Sixt car rental!

25 Jun 2014 by Oana Sticea     

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Now you can travel from South Florida to Atlanta for only one dollar!

Take advantage of our car rental deal and book your one way rental right now!

  • Country: USA
  • Rental period: 16 Jun. 2014 – 15 Jul. 2014
  • Booking period: 16 Jun. 2014 – 15 Jul. 2014
  • Maximum rental period: 7 days
  • Only available at selected locations
  • Subject to availability at participating locations

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Europe Travel Month – Day 24: Munich

24 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Munich

Europe month now takes us back to where it all started, to the home of Martin Sixt, where in 1912, he founded Sixt in Munich. Munich is the largest city and capital of the southern region of Germany, Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg.

Car rental Munich

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One of the best attractions Munich has to offer is, Oktoberfest. So, if you find yourself in Munich around the last week of September to the first week of October you are in for a whole host of treats. Oktoberfest is the largest annually held funfair in the world. Although Munich is not alone in hosting Oktoberfest celebrations, they are all modelled after this, the original which started in 1810. Although Oktoberfest is characterized by excessive consumption of beer, there are also lots of non-alcoholic activities to be enjoyed such as, funfair rides, games and side stalls as well as a great variety of street food from around the world.

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Europe Travel Month – Day 23: Reykjavik

23 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Reykjavik

Since the crash of their economy in 2008, Iceland has since gone from strength to strength, and is now considered to be one of the most progressive countries in the world. And its capital city of Reykjavik is regarded as being the heart of the country’s cultural, economic and governmental activity, and is therefore an extremely exciting place to be currently.

Rental car Reykjavik

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Reykjavik is a cosmopolitan capital city like any other, and is therefore home to a whole host of retail shops and eateries. However, what makes the Reykjavik shopping experience so distinctive is all the local crafts and designer shops where you can purchase unique and authentic Icelandic souvenirs that will be constant reminder of your time in Reykjavik. Make sure you visit the Kringlan Shopping Mall to grab a Lopaleysa, an Icelandic jumper, and immerse yourself in the social hub of Iceland.
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Europe Travel Month – Day 22: Krakow

22 Jun 2014 by Supattramanee Schumann     

Sixt Europe Travel Guide – Krakow

Poland has a rich and fruitful history and culture and nowhere represents this better than Krakow, or Cracow, still reeling off the momentum of being named European capital of culture for the year 2000, there is much to see and do in this exciting city! Krakow is the second largest city in Poland and can be dated back to the 7th century.

 

Rental car Krakow

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Krakow is home to host of museums, and one novel aspect about the museums is they all offer one day a week that has free admission. Be sure to check out the website of the museums you wish to visit to find out the exact day of the week. Some of the best in the city include the Wieliczka Salt Mine, which is just a 20 minute drive in your car rental. This salt mine has been in continuous operation for the past 700 years. Read all about: Europe Travel Month – Day 22: Krakow

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