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How can I pay for my rental car?
Payment for your rental car is mainly made by credit card. It is possible to pay by debit card, however at the rental counter you will need a credit card issued to the main driver in order to secure the deposit for your rental car.
Who is allowed to drive the rental car and what are the conditions?
A rental car can be driven by the main driver, that is the person registered in the booking. Additional drivers may be added to the reservation at extra fee. Please note that the main driver must present a valid credit card issued in their name. Furthermore, the main and additional drivers must be in possession of a valid driving license for at least 1 year (for further information, please refer to the rental conditions). Moreover, both, the main and additional drivers are required to present a valid identity card/passport and must be of the minimum age specified in the rental conditions.
Do I have to pick up and return the car at any time? What happens if I am late for pick-up?
We recommend that you pick up the car at the agreed time as the availability of the car cannot be guaranteed in case of delay. As a general rule, local suppliers keep vehicles available up to 30 or 60 minutes after the agreed time. If a delay is inevitable, please contact the rental agency (you will find their contact details on the voucher).
What documents are required to pick up the vehicle?
When picking up the vehicle, the main driver must present the following documents: the printed voucher, their identity card or passport; their driver's license and their valid credit card.
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Helsinki Attractions and Travel Tips

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The most sparsely populated country in the EU, The country’s population is just five million, with one million living in the greater Helsinki area. Having only gained independence in 1917, Finland is a relatively new country, despite this it is now considered one of the best places to live with a good economy and welfare state.

Finland is often referred to the `Land of a Thousand Lakes` because it has over 180,000 lakes which are over 500 square meters and it has over 170,000 islands, unlike its Scandinavian brothers Sweden and Norway, Finland does not have many mountains, it is mainly flat.

Use a hire car Finland to explore this diverse country, take in the sites of its cities or visit one of its lakes or islands. Being such sparse country one should expect long journeys between destinations, but what you will see whilst driving makes up for this, reindeer and dense forests.

Lakes

Saimaa: Located in the south, Lake Saimaa is the largest lake in Finland at 443 square miles, within the lake one can find an endangered species of seal such as the ringed seal. There are four cities located on or around the lake, Lappeenrant, lmatra, Savonlinna, Mikkeli. One can take a cruise from Lappeenranta through the lake or to the Russian city of Vyborg.

National parks

Lemmenjoki National Park: Located in Lapland in north Finland, this national park is the largest in the country, 1,100 square miles. The park is ideal for any hikers, with 40 miles of hiking paths, you can also use huts and boats in the park. Within the parks limits is Sallivaara is a reindeer roundup where you can stay overnight in one of the reconstructed huts. The grounds of Kaapin Jounican be found in the north of the park, it is the home of a famous Sami family, Jouni Aikio otherwise known as the Reindeer Lord, is the most well-known member, the grounds tells the story of the Sami way of life.

Oulanka National Park: considered the most beautiful national park in the country, this 104 square mile park is located in the Lapland area on the Russian border. The park is home to over 500 different plant species and some diverse animals, such as wolfs and lynxes, bears, moose and over 30 other mammal species. The Karhunkierros trail, Finland’s most popular trail, can be found here and it takes hikers through pine forests and along river banks for over 50 miles. On the journey you will see some huts which serve as shelter for a night.

Cities

Helsinki: The capital city, it was built as a small version of St. Petersburg, it became the capital in 1812. The greater city area is home to 1.2 million people, one fifth of the entire population. The city is home to some stunning churches such as the Lutheran and Uspenski Cathedrals and some great museums like the National Museum of Finland, showcasing history from prehistoric times to present day. The fortress of Suomenlinna, built by the Swedish in the 1700's to protect against Russian attacks, however it failed to prevent the Russian conquest of the city and country. As well as being a museum the fortress is now its own little complex housing great picnic areas and shops and café, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tampere: Finland’s third largest city is surrounded by lakes and rivers, coming from a very industrial past the city is now a hub for culture, sports and business. It is said that it is in this city that Lenin met Stalin, there is a Lenin museum in the city. There are two very different churches in the city, The Kaleva Churcha concrete structure built in 1966 and the Messukyla Old Church, the oldest building in the city dating back to the 1400s.

Using a car hire Finland gives you the opportunity to take in the diverse scenes of Finland, whether you want to want to relax by one of the thousands of lakes, or take on a hike through some of its beautiful national parks or if you just wish to have a nice city break in some of its beautifully charming cities, all is possible with a hire car Finland.