We know you’re eager to take your new ride for a spin. How about a day trip out to Archaia Olympia? Just 43 miles away, roll down those windows and let the wind rustle your hair on the way there. Ancient Olympia, Archaeological Museum of Ancient Olympia and Olympia Land Winery alone make the drive out here worthwhile. Situated 47 miles away, Paliki is another popular destination. If you swing by, be sure to check out Petani Beach, Xi Beach and Fanari Beach.
Nothing screams vacation like hopping in the car and cruising to the seaside. Keri Village has some terrific beaches nearby, so bring along a book (and a kite if it’s windy) and take a day trip to one of these fantastic options:
Laganas Beach (6 miles away).
Kalamaki Beach (6 miles away).
Porto Limnionas Beach (8 miles away).
Here are our top suggestions to bag the best price on a rental car:
Check out as many different offers as you can (we make that chore a piece of cake!)
Arrange an email Price Drop Alert for your next exciting vacation destination. You never know what terrific deals will whiz into your inbox
Look at the deals at all rental locations around town, including the airport terminal and surrounding area. A short cab drive to a nearby rental car office could mean some generous savings
If you’re not worried about which day of the week you get the keys to your car and your schedule is flexible, play around with days and dates to find the hottest deal
Nobody enjoys getting stung with a late fee. Avoid the hassle of having to pay for another day by ensuring your pickup and drop-off times are similar
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Don’t let the deal you’ve been searching for slip through your fingers. Book as soon as possible and drive away with your ideal ride.
Rent some wheels and get around Keri Village your way. Want to head out into some nature? Choose a full-size car. This vehicle is perfect for those after adventure in the great outdoors. Just want to get comfortably from A to B and traveling with minimal luggage? If you’re not planning on doing a lot of driving, a compact or a mini is an excellent option.
There’s loads of choice when it comes to renting a car in Keri Village. From spacious SUVs with plenty of trunk space to economy rides that are a snap to park, you’ll find it all here. Deciding on your perfect match depends on how much you’d like to spend and where you plan to go. There are some road trips that are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas others don’t need anything more than an engine and four wheels. Which car will you be sliding behind the wheel of this time?
Before you pick up your rental car in Keri Village, read up on the traffic laws here. From blood alcohol limits to seat belt regulations, here’s all you need to know:
Motorists drive on the right-hand side of the road in Keri Village. Even though the rules may be similar to home, it’s wise to drive more cautiously on roads you’re not familiar with.
You’ll discover lots of places to park your car in Keri Village. Even in the busiest areas, there’s usually a spot just where you need it.
Speed limits vary in Keri Village, but generally range from 50km/h to 130km/h. Most residential zones have a top speed of 50km/h unless marked otherwise.
Normally your rental car company will charge the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes. Or they may share your information with local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then send a fine directly to you.
Like many places, regular cell phone usage is not allowed while driving in Keri Village. However, an exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth functions. Just make sure you maintain focus on the road.
In Keri Village, it’s an offence to operate a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) over 0.05%. If you’re thinking of having a drink or two with lunch or dinner, leave your car at your hotel.
Turning on a red light isn’t permitted in Keri Village. Always keep an eye on traffic signs and lights to ensure you don’t break any traffic laws.
Yes, so buckle up. However, there may be exceptions for vehicles operated by public transportation systems.