Who we work with - Sweden
Much of the rest of the land is given over to farmland, which makes Sweden a great place to see the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. For some of the best viewing, head to Abisko right in the north of the country.
Whether you’re looking to explore a single province or all of Sweden, you’ll discover a fascinating and beautiful country.
Choose Zest in Sweden
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Sweden. Booking a car through us is not only simple and hassle-free because we believe in making things easy. We don’t charge amendment or credit card fees or try to complicate things with pointless jargon.
Our UK head office is open 6 days a week and we operate an emergency 24 hour back up service too so you can rest assured that we’re always available to help. We’re even open on Bank Holidays should you need us!
Car hire from Swedish airports
Looking to hire a car in Sweden? We work with trusted and reliable rental car providers at both Stockholm and Gothenburg Airports.
Stockholm Airport – Built on 14 islands, Stockholm is a truly picturesque city with a stunning, seemingly never-ending, waterfront. A third of the city area is water and another third parks, making this a wonderful city for those who want to get out and about. Make sure you visit Gamla Stan. Dating from the Middle Ages, this rambling network of cobble streets and old buildings are amongst the oldest parts of Stockholm.
Home to more than its fair share of museums, make sure you check out the Vasamuseet. Home to the Swedish version of the Mary Rose, you’ll discover all there is to know about this tragic incident. Next on your list should be the excellent open-air Skansen museum. Founded in 1891, it covers the Swedes’ ancient way of life and traditions such as glass-blowing.
Gothenburg Airport – Gothenburg (Göteborg) has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years and finally emerged from Stockholm’s shadow. Home to wonderful neoclassical architecture, this beautiful port city is home to wide avenues, elegant squares, a tram network, and canals helping to make it one of the most attractive cities in the country.
Start your tour in the Old Town and you’ll discover a fascinating area of narrow, tightly packed streets filled with cafés and bars. For culture vultures, the Stadsmuseum offers a fascinating insight into Viking history whilst also covering Gothenburg’s rich past. If it’s art you’re after, the Konstmuseet is home to pieces by Rubens, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Picasso amongst others.Book now