Enjoy Sweden with a Mini Cooper at Sixt

sixt rent a car mini-cooper-swedenSweden is a country full of vibrant and colorful history and incredible sights. Here’s a crazy idea: Rent a Mini Cooper and spend a long weekend in Sweden!

Sixt new deal for Sweden is only $ 224 for a long weekend with a Mini Cooper. Let the fun continue with Sixt Rent a Car and book now for your spring break in Sweden!

Sweden Car Rental Deal at Sixt

 

The rental and booking period for this offer is between 04 Feb. 2013 and 30 Apr. 2013 with CTI Collision Theft Insurance (by Moderna Försäkringar) and Unlimited mileage included in the same price.

There are also two options for defining your long weekend in Sweden:

  1. from Thu 12 a.m. – Mon 9 a.m.
  2. from Fri 12 p.m. – Tue 9 a.m

First Time Traveling Guide to Sweden

First time visitors must see the beautiful city of Stockholm, a city composed of fourteen smaller islands.Those who are thrilled by beautiful architecture find that Stockholm is a gem.

There are many interesting museums to see as well. The biggest attraction in Stockholm, however, is Kungliga Slottet, the largest Royal Palace in all of Europe. Seeing Stockholm with aSixt rental car provides the freedom to see all the interesting sights in a less hurried way.

Sweden Visitors Must Go To Gamla Stan

Gamla Stan is sometimes also called Old Town and is situated in the middle of Stockholm. Most visitors find that car rental is a great way to travel throughout Sweden. Gamla Stan is also where the Kungliga Slottet, or Royal Palace, is found. This is where the working offices of the royals are located.

Gamla Stan is known for its beautifully colored homes and for its quaint cobblestone streets.

History aficionados and those fascinated by Royalty and all it entails will be thrilled by a day trip to the palace. While there, visitors should be sure to see Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities and the Tre Kronor Museum. The Treasury is also nearby and cannot be missed.

Special Stockholm Tours Offer Excitement And History Lessons

While visitors are in Stockholm, it is very worthwhile to take one of the city’s famous tours. The Ghost Walk and Historical Tour is fascinating. This tour gives visitors a history of the ghostly apparitions and famous ghost stories of Sweden.

Another great tour is the Royal Sightseeing Tour. This trip takes visitors to the famous Drottningholm Palace, which is the current home for the Swedish Royals. The history of the royal family is fascinating and provides a glimpse into the colorful history of Sweden.

Learn About The Vikings Of Sweden

The best way to take an interesting Viking exploration day trip from Stockholm is to rent a car. This allows visitors to take their time and spend extra time learning about things that interest them in a more personal way. By taking a short eight-hour day trip in a rental car, visitors can see two beautiful cities that are full of Viking history, the cities of Sigtuna and Uppsala.

Spending time to learn about this fascinating culture is the biggest benefit for visitors who choose to rent a car.

The Viking Era in Scandinavia was a fascinating time in Sweden’s history that spanned over 300 years. Vikings were well-known for being great explorers. They were tough, but were also creative and artistic. Many became excellent blacksmiths and artisans. They helped to settle new lands and were also known for creating a government that ran well.

Sweden is a land of enchanting stories and thrilling history and one that is best seen by car rental. This allows visitors to get a great feel for the countryside and its interesting and historic people.

It is a fascinating place to visit and Sixt is there to help you with cheap car rental rates! We have over 120 car rental stations across Sweden and we offer a wide selection of premium cars such as Mercedes, BMW & Audi in different sizes and categories.

We warmly welcome you and look forward to assist you! Get the best with our Mini Cooper car rental deal in Sweden and book on the button below.

Sixt Mini Cooper Car Rental Offer

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