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Car Hire in Serbia.

Sample Serbia.

Serbia is a country that has something for every kind of holidaymaker. From the lively capital city of Belgrade to the allure of the picturesque city of Novi Sad and the natural delights served up along the Danube and Sava Rivers.

You will never be stuck for things to do with a hire car in this amazing destination.

Reasons to book with Zest Car Rental

Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Serbia. Booking a car through us is simple and hassle-free because we like to make things easy. We won’t charge any amendment or credit card fees or try to confuse you with waffle. We’ll just be open and honest.  

We are dedicated to providing the best customer service possible and only work with carefully selected and trusted car hire providers in Serbia.

If you need to talk to us, our UK based head office is open 6 days a week. We also operate a 24/7 support service that is free to use. We provide unlimited mileage and breakdown assistance so you can explore as much of Serbia as you want.

Arriving in Serbia and exploring

Once you’ve arrived in Belgrade, you can either pick up your car at Belgrade Airport or in the city. Once set, why not head out into the countryside and discover Serbia’s idyllic villages. Whether you visit the Pannonian Plain, the orchard-covered hills of Šumadija, or the mountains and canyons further south, Serbia’s rich and varied landscape promises to please.

Alternatively, head into Belgrade itself and wander through its lively streets and central square of Trg Republike whilst taking in the sights of the Kalemegdan Fortress and Skadarlija before continuing down towards the island of Ada Ciganlija, the city’s own mini beach resort.

If you’re after wonderful architecture, head to Novi Sad, the second city of Serbia. The Petrovaradin Fortress looks out across the picturesque Danube River and is one of the wonders of the city. Its underground tunnels and narrow streets of the lower town are a fascinating diversion in a beautiful city. Make sure you stroll down Jewish Street to see the former Synagogue, now a concert hall, before stopping off in one of the many bars or restaurants on Laza Telečki’s Street.