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Driving in Greece

Speed Limits
Motorways: 80mph
Open Roads: 68 mph
Urban Areas: 31 mph

Minimum Driver age: 17

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 18

Required equipment for your car: Fire Extinguisher. First-aid Kit. Warning Triangle.

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information

There are tolls on the National Road and they must be paid for in cash. Children under ten are not allowed to ride in the front of the car.

Car Hire Greece

Book your cheap car hire online for all car rental in Greece and the Greek Islands. We have cars available at Athens and Salonica Airports, other major city locations and the islands including Cete, Corfu and Rhodes.

The area of Greece covers 131,944 square kilometres with a population of 10,939,605. Greece consists of mainland Greece, divided into 7 regions ( Attica, Peloponnese, Central Greece, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia, Thrace ) and the several hundred Greek Islands.

Just about every island can be accessed by ferry boat and others, can be accessed by plane. Greece has a history stretching back more than 4.000 years so the country is scattered with Archaeological sites and museum, monestries and caves. An outstanding feature of the Greek climate is its ample sunshine, estimated to be 3,000 hours per year and with its ample coastline is a major tourist destination.

Must See in Greece


So far there are a total of 7,500 karstic formations, caves and abysses. Of these, about 3,400 are located on the island of Crete.


A small island full of interesting buildings, monuments and history. The old town of Rhodes still has many of its old battlements in place and is surrounded by an ancient wall. The Knights Templar history in Rhodes will be of particluar interest to any one wishing to learn more about the way the lived and were they were buried.


The Acropolis hill, also named the "Sacred Rock" of Athens, is the most important site of the city. During Perikles' Golden Age, ancient Greek civilization was represented in an ideal way on the hill and some of the architectural masterpieces of the period were erected on its ground.

Within the Acropolis stands the Parthenon. It is the most characteristic monument of the ancient Greek civilization and still remains its international symbol. It was dedicated to Athena Parthenos, the patron goddess of Athens. It was built between 447 and 438 B.C.