Best rated stations in Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden
Average pickup time: 11-20 minutes.
8.2 out of 10 (12 Reviews)
Pickup time 93%
Overall value 80%
5 out of 5
VolteReviewed on Oct 22, 2018, 5:12 AM
Easy pickup, new car, clean, easy return
Frequently asked questions
If your trip to Stockholm is all locked in but your travel itinerary is looking a little empty, let us give you a helping hand.Solvalla Loppis deserves more than just a quick drive-by. Get out of your car and take your time getting to know this famous sight while you’re visiting Stockholm.Experience the best that this city has to offer by adding Royal Swedish Opera and Museum of Medieval Stockholm to your to-do list. If you have an extra day handy, drop by Stockholm Palace and Stockholm City Hall as well.Not far from the city center, ABBA The Museum is one attraction to consider putting on your must-see list. If you still have space on your travel schedule, Gröna Lund and Vartahamnen will keep you busy as well.
We know you’re eager to test out your new wheels. How about heading out on a day trip to Dalaro? Just 18 miles away, roll down the windows and feel the breeze in your hair on the way there. Among your first few stops here should be Dalaro Harbour, Schweizerbadet Beach and Dalaro Miniture Golf. Situated 18 miles away, Vallentuna is another popular tourist destination. If you stop by, don’t miss Vallentuna Tennis Club, Ulriksdals Slott and Vallentuna Church.
Be sure to bring along a good book and perhaps even a volleyball. Stockholm has some glorious beaches you can drive to, including:
Södersved havsbad (13 miles away).
Schweizerbadet Beach (18 miles away).
Frequently travel for business purposes? Convention centers are probably quite familiar to you. With easy access to hotels and restaurants, you can be sure your trip will go off without a hitch if you’re on your way to any of these places:
Stockholm City Conference Centre (0.3 miles away).
Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre (0.4 miles away).
Stockholm International Fairs and Congress Centre (4 miles away).
Stockholm awaits. This vibrant metropolis is jam-packed with things to do — Solvalla Loppis, anyone? Needless to say, big cities often mean heavy traffic, and scoring a car spot is no easy task. That’s why many savvy motorists pick a mini or an economy car. These small runabouts don’t suit everyone though. If you’re traveling with the kids, you might prefer something that’s a bit bigger, such as an SUV or a standard car. These would also make it easier to visit the glorious rocky coastlines the region is renowned for.
You’ll be happy to hear that there’s a huge range of both economy and high-end rental vehicles in Stockholm. What you opt for depends on how much you’re willing to spend as well as what you plan to do. Specialty vehicles offer the best in mod cons and comfort. If you’re splurging, why not grab a high-end SUV, or perhaps a flashy medium-sized sedan? Otherwise, if you’re just after a car to zip around town in as efficiently as possible, we can help you out with a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your pocket).
Stockholm is where your next awesome adventure is at. No matter where the road may take you, here’s some good advice that’ll make your journey through this capital city easier:
You’ll be cruising along the right side of the road in Stockholm. Even though it may seem similar to home, it’s always smart to drive a little more carefully on roads you’re not familiar with.
Parking in the center of Stockholm isn’t too much of an issue. That being said, if you need to be somewhere by a certain time, it’s wise to leave a little earlier. Want another helpful tip? Read the signage — you don’t want to be hit with a fine while you’re on vacation.
Stockholm has a population of around 1,515,000, so prepare for some traffic congestion. The roads are busy in the morning and afternoon peak hours, especially in the downtown area.
Generally speaking, your chosen rental car company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes and surcharges. Alternatively, they may forward your contact details to the relevant local authority, who’ll then send a fine directly to you.