Located between Asia and Europe, Istanbul's distinct culture and history attract more than 10 million visitors every year. The Turkish metropolis is one of the world's most visited, thanks to its unique mixture of old and new architecture and its thriving cultural scene, mainly centred around Taksim Square and Beyoglu. Istanbul is also a major business and financial centre, and is home to the ICC (a large congress and exhibition centre), which is near the airport. Visitors can find an Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in Istanbul Ataturk airport, the main gateway to the city. The branch is located in the domestic terminal, approximately 12 miles west of the main tourist areas of Sultanahmet and the Old City, via Kennedy Avenue, which runs parallel to the coast. Since Istanbul is a sprawling city, renting a vehicle upon arrival makes getting around easy and convenient, especially considering the savings and deals offered by Enterprise on car rentals. There are more than 30 vehicle classes to choose from, which can comfortably carry anything from two to nine passengers and their luggage.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Istanbul Ataturk Airport offers great value car hire, and you won't find our prices cheaper anywhere else. You can also save more if you pre-pay.
From compact 3-door cars to spacious SUVs and people carriers, we offer a large range of reliable vehicles to suit your needs. Our smaller economy cars are renowned for their cheap running costs and ideal for shorter trips, while our people carriers and SUVs are perfect for family road trips, thanks to their generous luggage space.
Our professional and knowledgeable teams will look after you from the first point of contact right up until the very end of your trip. From Sat Nav GPS hire to waiver protection, our range of products and far-reaching branch support is there for you, whenever you may need us.
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