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Khartoum Car Hire
 
 

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  • Khartoum Airport
    Africa Road - Toyota showroom
    . Khartoum

    Mo. - Su.08:30 - 16:00
    Bank Holidays08:30 - 16:00
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  • Khartoum Airport

    Sixt Car Rental
    Africa Road - Toyota showroom
    . Khartoum

    Mo. - Su.08:30 - 16:00
    Bank Holidays08:30 - 16:00

    24 h pickup

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, 4x4s

Rent a car with Sixt in Khartoum

Sixt's Car Hire service offers a quick, easy and convenient way to travel around Sudan's capital city, Khartoum, located strategically between Blue Nile and White Nile. Other than the daily, weekly and monthly car rental options, the company also offers optional extras such as GPS and child seat together with their car hire service. Take your pick from 4X4, luxury, economy or any other type of vehicle for your journey around Sudan's capital city. With fairly straight roads and armed with a GPS, covering the entire capital city of Jordan should not be a problem. Sixt's car hire service counter is located in Khartoum International Airport for the convenience of its customers. Reserve online in advance to enjoy a good discount on your car lease charges. The company's customer service staff will meet you at the airport's arrival hall.

Things to Do and See in Sudan's Capital City with a Hire a Car

Go along Nile Street, deemed the city's prettiest street. You will come across the egg-shaped Al-Fateh Tower, the Blue Nile and National Museum of Sudan. Apart from having the country's biggest and most visited archaeological collection, the National Museum also houses various Egyptian temples. There are the Semna Temple and Buhen Temple for your perusal. Another key attraction is the Presidential Palace Museum which exhibits paintings by Gordon Pasha and pieces related to Sudan's administration. Touring Sudan's capital city won't be complete without watching the wonderful sight of Sufi whirling. Just visit Hamed a-Nil tomb on a Friday from 4 to 5 pm local time to do so. For a chance to purchase gold or other local items for low prices, go to Souq Arab, the biggest open market in the area. It is near the Great Mosque. With car rental Jordan, you can enjoy doing all these things at your own pace.

 
 

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