Personal and Driving Requirements
Customer must hold and present a driving license for at least one year and a passport or ID card. If the driver is younger then 21 year the charge is payable.
Cross Bordering and Territorial Restriction
Cross Bordering into Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosna and Herzegovina, Turkey is NOT allowed.
A border cross must be requested at the time of booking. Additional fee of 39 EUR is applicable.
The price for rent a car includes:
SUPER CDW and TP insurances
Free delivery/collection in Sofia
What is not included in price?
Fuel - petrol consumption is payable by the client
Out of working hours delivery/collection in Sofia - 24 EUR.
Contract less than 5 days - delivery in the city limits of Sofia - 12 EUR (free for online booking)
GPS - 3 EUR per day (max. 30 EUR)
Child seat - 1 EUR per day (max. 10 EUR)
Booster seat - 1 EUR per day (max. 10 EUR)
Tire insurance - from 4 EUR per day
WiFi internet - 3 EUR per day (max. 30 EUR)
Border cross - 39 EUR (single fee)
Snow chains - 2 EUR per day (max. 20 EUR)
Roof rack/Ski rack - 5 EUR per day (max. 50 EUR)
SUPER CDW+TP (Super Collision Damage waiver + theft protection) - Fully removes the renter’s liability in case of damage or theft of the vehicle (zero excess). Does not cover damage to tires, wheels, windshield, windows and undercarriage. Only valid if the client provides a protocol for the damage/theft of the vehicle from the Police authorities and if the vehicle`s documents and keys are returned. Included in rental price.
Liability insurance - The price for the rental car includes "liability" insurance under following the Bulgarian law. Included in rental price.
Tire Insurance - Coverage of tires and wheels. There is an additional fee.
Out of hours fee
An additional charge of 24 EUR will be automaticly applied to any vehicles collected before/after office hours.(office hours are from 9:00 to 18:00 hours).
Rental days are calculated on 24 hours basis.
Over timing the drop time with 2 hours is being charged on a full day basis.
Delivery and location
The customers may take or return the car at an airport, roil road station, hotel or other places in Sofia. We will pick up and deliver your car to your location.
The customers may take or return the car in other places in Bulgaria - ask us.
Savoy Rent a Car provides for one-way vehicle rental, meaning that you may deliver the rented vehicle in any location in Bulgaria. Most popular locations are:
Plovdiv +45 EUR
Burgas +85 EUR
Varna +120 EUR
Bansko +45 EUR
Borovets +35 EUR
Sunny Beach +90 EUR
Nesebar +90 EUR
Sozopol +90 EUR
Golden Sands +110 EUR
Ruse +65 EUR
Many other locations... - ask
How to book a car online on www.savoyrent.com ?
Easier and faster way to book your car online.
Step 1 - Choose car rental period and car
Step 2 - Choose extras and fill personal data
*Your booking is not finalized until we confirm it. You will receive an e-mail from us that we confirm your booking request.
On arrival in cash - You do not pay anything at the time of making a reservation. The full amount of your reservation is due on arrival.
On arrival by card - You do not pay anything at the time of making a reservation. The full amount of your reservation is due on arrival.
Online - You pay the full amount in advance.
Bank Transfer - You transfer the full amount to our bank account in advance.
During the pick-up the Renter must also leave security deposit with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) issued in his name. Cash deposit is allowed for some car classes.
The deposit shall be released upon returning the car, after it has been checked for the damages.
You will be required to return the vehicle with the same amount of fuel provided. Before you drop your car off, just make sure there is as much in the tank as there was at the start.
Vehicle must be returned as stated, otherwise a refueling fee will be charged upon return at the location.
If you wish to change or cancel your reservation please send an e-mail to us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prepaid Rentals (when the entire rental amount has been prepaid):
If the booking is cancelled at least 72 hours before pick up time all funds, except the card processing fee (where applicable), additional costs (e.g one way rentals), will be reimbursed.
If the booking is cancelled within 72 hours before pick up time and at least 24 hours before the pickup time, 50%, except the card processing fee (where applicable), will be reimbursed.
If the booking is cancelled less than 24 hours before the pickup time or no show, no funds will be reimbursed.
Postpaid Rentals (when the entire rental amount is due on arrival at the rental desk):
There is no cancellation fee.
The protection of your privacy and personal data is of the utmost importance to Savoy. Your data is processed by us in compliance with data protection legislation. Your personal details will not be passed to a third party, except in the case of a legal or governmental requirement
To prevent fraud when paying with a Visa or MasterCard card brand, we apply the best practices recommended by the International Card Organizations:
The security of the card data is protected via SSL connection between our server and the payment server of our processing bank
The authenticity of your card is checked by the input of a CVV value
In addition, for your validation as a legitimate cardhoder, our processorпїЅs payment server supports the cardholder authentication schemes of Visa and MasterCard - Veryfied by VISA пїЅ Mastercard Secure code, in case you are registered to use them.
We will deliver a car model that you have chosen in your reservation. Savoy Rent a Car reserve the right to provide an alternative vehicle from the same or higher class determined by the number passengers and other features.
If you have any comments or queries regarding our product or the services provided on our site, please write us an email message with questions on email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on our phones (+359 88) 723 94 83 ; (+359 87) 823 94 85 ; (+359 2) 962 19 41. We will contact you within 24 hours.
Savoy Rent a Car is one of the leading car rental companies in Bulgaria established in 2003. Our goal is to provide our customers with high quality services at the most competitive rates. Savoy offers a wide range of vehicles. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, we have a vehicle to suit your needs. Our fleet contains economy, compact, mid-size, SUV, minivans and full size cars. We guarantee: - Unlimited mileage - Full insurance coverage - 24/7 customer support - Free delivery - Delivery & transfers to every point in Bulgariaread more
If you book a rental car with us, we’ll make sure it’s ready for you to go. Including insurance and, in winter season, the suitable tyres. You’ll find that Bulgaria is easy to explore by car, in the last couple of years the roads have really improved and you should have no issues navigating the roads. The signs are in Cyrillic as well as Latin script, which makes it much easier for you. Besides, if you have a rental car, you’ll manage to see far more because public transport to remote corners is available, however it’s infrequent. With your rental car, you have all the freedom you desire. With pleasure we’ll help you prepare an itinerary so you can hit the road prepared! It’s not such a long drive to Plovdiv and then Asenovgrad. It should take you about 2,5 hours from Sofia. Make sure to visit the Old Town of Plovdiv, where you find several ancient sites as well as good restaurants and cafes. In Asenovgrad, visit Asen’s Fortress and continue southeast towards Kardzhali. You’re in the northern part of the Rhodope mountains now. There are many villages but the forests are mostly uninhabited. It’s one of Europe’s last natural frontiers, an area mostly untouched by mankind. As you drive to Kardzhali, you can leave the main road to drive into some small villages and see how life is in these places. You’ll find traditionally built houses, mostly built of stone from the nearby area. The people still make a living in the same way they did hundreds of years ago. They sell their homemade honey or yoghurt and keep livestock. Nowadays plenty of people run a guesthouse to make it through winter. Asen’s Fortress / Perperikon / Swallow Falls Pool After leaving Asenovgrad, near the first villages off the main road, visit the Swallow Falls Pool (Водопад Лястовичи Вир). Find it in Google Maps. Then continue to the villages Oreshets, Vrata or Mostovo, high up into the mountains. There are plenty of guesthouses you can spend the night. The next morning, enjoy a hearty, homemade breakfast and why not take a walk over the hillsides? You can walk along the road and even get all the way in the direction of the village Tri Mogili. Or, find Skalnia kompleks Karadjov kamak in Google Maps and walk there. You’ll have a good view over the area. It’s time to get back down to the main road and head east to Kardzhali. Feel free to stop along the road or to visit any village. Then drive a bit farther east. You’re in the Eastern Rhodope mountains now. You shouldn’t skip Perperikon, one of Bulgaria’s most impressive ancient sites. At 15 kilometres north of Kardzhali and 470 metres altitude, the rocky hill is believed to have been a sacred place for the Thracians. At this place, traces of human activity dating back to 5.000 years B.C. were found. Then you could stop by in Kardzhali, which is at 260 kilometres from Sofia. It has a unique position on the Kardzhali Reservoir and the Studen Kladenets Reservoir. Kardzhali has a typical center with streets lined with cafes and a city park. Then there’s the Kardzhali Museum of History. If you don’t feel like going inside, you can just visit the garden, which has 30 plant species that only grow in Bulgaria. The building was originally intended to function as an Islamic school but was never actually used with this purpose. It became a military facility and later on a campus linked to Plovdiv University. It was transformed into a museum between 1980 and 1983. The museum now has one of the richest collections in Southern Bulgaria, that includes many cultural and natural artefacts specific to this region. Monastery Yoan Predtecha is on the southern bank of Arda river, which divides the city into two parts. The place was destroyed at some point in history and its ruins were only found in 1930. Then it was reconstructed in 2000. Artefacts found during the excavations at this place are on display in the Kardzhali Museum of History, mentioned in the previous paragraph. There’s another monastery in the south of Kardzhali that you could visit - The Assumption of the Virgin Monastery. The garden is beautiful in spring, with many flowers and blossoming trees. For this monastery, a color pattern of blue and yellow is used, typical for Middle Eastern Christianity. As most cities in Bulgaria, Kardzhali is a very historical as well. It’s been inhabited from the Neolithic era. This era began around 15.200 B.C. and lasted until between 4.500 B.C. and 2.000 Kardzhali B.C. However, the area around Kardzhali is more mountainous than, for example Stara Zagora, which is an ancient city as well. For that reason, this area was used for building fortresses high upon the mountain tops, so the enemy could be seen from afar. Just 10 kilometres east of Kardzhali is the Monyak Fortress. Again, best is to find it in Google Maps. There is no actual fortress left on top of this hill, just the remains. Drive up with your rental car until you can go no further, park and hike the steep path up. It should take half an hour or so to reach the top. You have, arguably, one of the most stunning views in Bulgaria, all around you. You’ll see villages with several mosques dotting the countryside. This place is not that far from Turkey, it’s about a 130 kilometres from Kardzhali to the Turkish border by car. During the Ottoman era, Bulgaria changed radically and in over 500 years, many Turks lived all over the country. Especially so in the Southeast. Many left for Turkey after Bulgaria became an independent state. Still, Turkish is quite widely understood in Southeastern Bulgaria, depending on where you go though. In villages with mosques, you’ll likely come across some ‘Pomak’ people. These are the Bulgarian muslims, Pomaks make up about 220.000 of the complete Bulgarian population. The Balkans is a region of diversity and Bulgaria is no different. It makes the region fascinating to visit because each and every village has a culture of its own. Monyak Fortress Devil’s Bridge Arda River Another one of Bulgaria’s highlights is the Devil’s Bridge (Дяволският мост). It was built in 1518. It’s about half an hour walking from the village of Dyadovtsi. The village Dyadovtsi is just a 38-kilometre drive from Kardzhali. In the village, you’ll see the very unfortunate effect of what depopulation does to the countryside. Many people left for the big cities or abroad for future perspectives, meaning that many houses are left without inhabitants. On the positive side, people are starting to see the immense potential Southeastern Bulgaria has for tourism. Guesthouses are opening, village squares are slowly being renovated and with the influx of more visitors, the future should be good. The nature is stunning and wild. You’re in a remote corner of the European Union. A unique place that will certainly last in your memory. As you approach the Devil’s Bridge, you’ll find that it’s well maintained and, depending on the season, that it has a unique atmosphere. It’s a place where you find peace, you’re truly surrounded by nature here. If the wind doesn’t blow and the water is still, you can capture perfect pictures with the reflection of the bridge in the water. Autumn is probably the best time to visit, with a slight chance of rain however. The colours of the trees, the clear water of the Arda river and the sight of the arched bridge probably make this one of Europe’s most scenic places. Historically, the Devil’s Bridge is part of the ancient road connecting the Thrace region with the Aegean coast of Greece. It crosses the Arda river. By the way, you can even visit the source of the Arda river, in the village of Arda. It’s on the Greek border. If you have the time to drive there all the way from Kardzhali, you’ll get a good impression of the Southern Rhodope mountains. From this point on, you can either head back north or west to reach Sofia. You can easily see more of the Rhodope mountains on your way back, there are several roads you can take. For example past Chepelare and Asenovgrad or Pamporovo and Devin, or even Dospat and Batak. These places are all described in this separate post about the Western Rhodope mountains (http://savoyrent.com/en/exploring-the-rhodope-mountains-blog2176.html). by Leon de Leeuw Website: https://www.leondeleeuw.net/ Youtube: Visit Read more fantastic stories about Bulgaria: https://www.leondeleeuw.net/travel-bulgariaread more
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