You've bought your plane ticket, marked your calendar, and you are xing out the weeks until you travel to Torshavn, Faroe Islands. You've already decided on where you're going to stay, your schedule, and checked out some new places you want to explore. In fact, this city rose 33 spots in our rankings from just this past year. It doesn't matter if you're traveling for to get some much needed R & R or work, you are entitled to the independence to travel your way, without having to pay for expensive taxis and uncomfortable airport shuttles. Wherever you drive to in Torshavn, if you want to get all that you can from your trip, having access to your own automobile is key.
CarRentals Puts You in the Driver Seat
We work with some of the finest dealers in the industry. Avis was the first car rental business to be located in an airport and they have over 70 years of providing cars to travelers from all over. With an assorted fleet of autos and over five-thousand locations all over the world, Avis is sure to give you a great experience from when you pick up your car to when you drop it off. When you book your Avis car rental through CarRentals you'll get:
- A great selection of Avis vehicles to pick from. You can choose from a wide selection of automobiles and various classes to find the right type for your holiday
- Avis will get you back on the road quickly. They make pick-up and drop off a cinch
- A selection from the newest car models in every class like a standard car that should meet almost any need or a premium car for a luxurious drive on your holiday
Reserve Your Ride Today!
Torshavn is always a popular place and having the keys to your own ride will provide you the convenience you want. When you're ready to see more of Faroe Islands, you can go wherever you want, without waiting for your ride to pick you up or figuring out a bus schedule.
Before your next business trip, book your Avis Torshavn rent-a-car and drive away to all the must-do activities at your own pace. Book your next Avis rental car through CarRentals and hit the highways in Torshavn, Faroe Islands.