Sixt car rental operates car hire branches across Wales, including locations in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea. Easily accessible by public transport, our city rental car branches are conveniently located and staff with courteous agents ready to find the right vehicle for you. Sixt fleet of rental cars is as diverse as the Welsh landscape, from family vans to luxury sports cars to affordable compact cars. Sixt also offers peace of mind with a wide range of coverage options, including loss damage waivers and third party insurance. Our rental cars include some of the most comfortable and safest vehicles on the road.
The fleet includes makes from the most familiar and innovative names in the automotive industry, including BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, Vauxhall, Citroen, Chevrolet, Mercedes-Benz, Ford and Volvo.
From courteous staff to seamless pick-up and drop-off, Sixt makes renting a car easy and convenient!
Wales offers visitors rugged coastlines, dramatic landscapes and historic cities and towns. Its beautiful landscape includes some of the tallest peaks in the United Kingdom and stunning national parks. The country's history also means visitors can explore imposing castles and historic sites that dot the countryside. Renting a car in Wales allows travellers to fully experience the country's natural wonders and historic sites. Outdoor enthusiasts can drive their rental car to the most remote parts of the vast country, including challenging hiking trails at Snowdonia National Park and Brecon Beacons National Park. Whether picking up your rental car from the coastal city of Swansea or the bustling capital of Cardiff, hiring a car with Sixt is ideal for organising day trips to Wales UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Travel to North Wales to explore castles dating back to the thirteenth century, including one of the countrys largest and best preserved castles in Caernarfon. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Wrexham and the industrial landscape of Blaenovon have also been recognised as World Heritage Sites and are a pleasant day trip from Wales largest cities.
From the picturesque beaches embraced by imposing cliffs to quaint fishing villages of Pembrokeshire to the sombre mining towns of the Welsh Valleys, there is so much to explore. Visitors can experience the medieval fortified town of Conwy or explore countless literary works in the UKs book capital at Hay-on-Wye. For a beach break, dive to the seaside resort of Llandudno in North Wales.
The best way to make the most of your visit to Wales is with a car rental from Sixt!