Savoy Rent a Car - Cheap car rental in Bulgaria!

Rental Conditions

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:
Unlimited mileage
SUPER CDW and TP insurances
Liability insurance
20% VAT
Free delivery/collection in Sofia
Airport Fee
Road Taxes/Vignette
Winter equipment
Additional drivers

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 Period 
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.

One-Way Rentals
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 ? 
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.


Payment methods 
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.

Fuel Policy
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.

Cancellation policy
If you wish to change or cancel your reservation please send an e-mail to us at the following email address: 

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.

Privacy Policy 
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
Please make sure that you keep up-to-date with our Privacy Policy terms by reviewing our Policy on a regular basis. Whenever you make a car reservation via our website we request the following information: name of the driver, address, phone numbers, E-mail address. This information is solely used for the reservation process. Savoy Newsletter is offered to all of our clients who wish to receive it. If you wish to receive newsletters and special offers via E-mail from us.
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.  

Car Type
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.

Feedback policy 
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 ; 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.

Car rental in Sofia, Bulgaria

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 Bulgaria

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Best places to visit near Sofia

Welcome to Bulgaria. Where you have an endless amount of places to see on a small surface. Where the climate is fantastic and allows for year-round tourism. You can make trips through the whole country and be surprised by something unexpected and pretty every moment of your stay. It might seem like you have to make a long round trip to make the best of your visit to Bulgaria. And making such a trip with your rental car is certainly worth it! However, it’s not necessary to go from hotel to hotel. There’s enough to see around Sofia to entertain you. For a trip as long as you wish. There’s so much to see around the capital, that you can stay there and make day trips. It’s just as fulfilling and will leave you with good memories. It is recommended that you use a rental car service, however. Public transport is relatively reliable but with a rental car you are considerably more flexible to do as you please.   We will have your rental car, including insurance, ready in Sofia. You can choose one of the many hotels in our capital. In the wide array of accommodation, there will definitely be something that suits your needs. Most hotels have a place to park your car, so you can make your day trips and return in the evenings. Then, you can enjoy the many good restaurants of Sofia and the nightlife of this cool city! You might feel more comfortable and relaxed if you keep one and the same hotel during your stay and make day trips from where you are. No need to carry around your luggage, you take a daypack knowing you’ll be back at night. So, pick up your rental car from our office, and you’re ready for your first day trip!   Vitosha Mountain   Day 1 As you most likely already saw from the airplane, Sofia has a huge mountain right next to the city. In fact, there’s houses built against the slopes. This mountain is called Vitosha, with 2.290 metres quite a tall mountain to be right next to a metropolis. It’s a popular destination for local people as well as tourists. To get a breath of fresh air, to go hike or to practice winter sports. The mountain offers all kinds of ways to relax or get active during your trip. You could take the cable car up or drive towards the mountain hut ‘Aleko’, from where you can make excellent hikes. On the way, you will pass the Kopitoto tower. This TV tower itself is not accessible for the public but you can stay outside and enjoy the wide view over Sofia. During the day, it’s an excellent place for a picnic. At night, you will surely have the best view over the many lights of the busy Bulgarian capital. It’s a good place to celebrate New Year’s as well, if this is the time you visit. Just imagine looking at the fireworks you get to see! The place is best reached by car. There is a cable car but it’s not working since a long time – hiking there is too far from the city.   If you come during the winter season, we will make sure your car is equipped with winter tyres so you can drive to the resorts safely and enjoy your winter activities! Apart from the slopes on Vitosha mountain, Bulgaria has several more and even better slopes for some action in the snow. Drive to Borovets, just under 70 kilometres from the capital. You could make a day trip – just as many locals do. Alternatively, you could surely spend the night there. Then there’s Bansko, however it might be a bit too far for just a day if you plan to spend many hours outside practicing sports. Visiting Vitosha mountain or Borovets is a wiser decision if you’d just like to spend a day.   Day 2 If you come through any other season than winter, it will be interesting for you to see the Iskar gorge north of Sofia. The river, that was once far wider and mightier than it is now, carved many interesting shapes into the rocks. After many thousands of years of erosion, you can now admire the  rock formations and tall cliffs that reach north of Sofia for over a hundred kilometres. A unique and scenic drive. Each village on the way will have something interesting to offer you, such as the Batulia monastery off the main road in Rebrovo, the little town Svoge with the Soleil restaurant ( or the wide views from the village Zhelen. Then, there’s two waterfalls in the villages Bov and Gara Bov. The ‘Vazova ekopateka’, in Gara Bov, will surely be a good option if you enjoy a hike uphill. Not too difficult and totally worth the climb. You’ll be rewarded with a wide view on the Skaklya waterfall. Keep in mind that it tends to dry up in high season, best is to come in early spring. Continue to Lakatnik and see the arguably most beautiful cliffs in the country. Visit one of the mountain huts that are up in the hills, to enjoy a strong cup of herbal tea. These mountain huts, called ‘hizha’ or plural ‘hizhi’, are spread all over the country. The ones you can visit on this day trip are Hizha Trestenaya or Hizha Gubislav.   Iskar gorge Vazova Ekopateka Lakatnik   Day 3 Drive northwest towards the small town of Godech, where you can have a coffee and visit the small  river front with the many plants and flowers in springtime. Then, continue towards the waterfall Kotlite, which is at its best in spring. Late in summer, unfortunately, the waterfall is dry. Make sure to stop by at the Bukorovski monastery. You could walk downhill and visit Razboishte monastery, where you find a chapel inside the rocks and an interesting monastery complex of hundreds of years old. It’s situated along the Nishava river. Then, walk on towards Sveta Petka monastery. This place was abandoned but is now inhabited by a couple from Sofia, that is truly happy at this serene place.   Now let’s get back to your rental car. There’s even more to see on the road! Head north towards Berkovitsa. You’ll drive the Petrohan mountain pass, through the dense forests of Western Bulgaria. You’ll approach Berkovitsa and can turn right on the way to Varshets. Then, after just a few kilometres, turn right again towards the Klisurski monastery. At that junction, you find Complex Stalin, where you could have a delicious meal. At the monastery, they sell many products such as homemade wine, honey and jam. Berkovitsa itself is a nice town to visit – with a wide view over the mountains. If you have time left, drive up until Hizha Kom. Have some tea at the mountain hut and enjoy a walk through the beautiful landscape.   Day 4 Time to explore the region east of Sofia. There’s plenty to see! Drive towards Mirkovo, a little, peaceful town at the foot of the Stara Planina mountain range. The town has the second-largest golden dome of Bulgaria on a church, right on the main square. The first-largest dome can be found on the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia. You could have a meal or some drinks at the hotel/restaurant complex St. Ivan Rilski and perhaps enjoy a walk around the town. Then get back to your rental car and drive on towards Chavdar. Many say it’s the prettiest village in Bulgaria. This might count for the village square, which is renovated and indeed looks fine with many rose gardens and ponds, including fountains. As you drive east, you’ll come across many more towns and villages that will be interesting for you to see. If you’d like to return to Sofia, it might be nice to take the road south through Smolsko and Baylovo. You’ll most likely have the road to yourself, just be prepared to make sudden stops in case of animals on the road! You’ll end up at Gorna Malina, where, on a hot summer day, you could swim at the complex Vyatarnite Melnitsi. It means ‘Windmills’. Even though the entrance fee is not to be called cheap – the experience is certainly worth it! You could make a day trip out of just visiting the complex and once you had enough, then visit some villages. Design the trip as you want!   Klisurski monastery Kom Monuntain Complex "Windmills"   Day 5 Now let’s go south, the only direction you haven’t gone yet. On the road to Samokov, you’ll pas the Pancharevo lake. Another popular place for city folks to spend their free time. It’s nice to walk around a bit or to enjoy a picnic on the side of the lake. As you continue south, on your left you can’t miss the Iskar reservoir. This is an enormous lake where Sofia gets its tap water from. There’s several small paths leading up to the lakeside, where you can enjoy another stunning scenery. And you’re not even an hour outside of Sofia! Just a bit more south of the Iskar reservoir is the city of Samokov. The city is famous for its delicious potatoes – the best of the country. For that reason, and more, make sure to stop and spend some time in the center. An excellent place to have lunch is the Kokoshkova Kushta ( They cook wonderfully and have a spacious garden where you can enjoy their specialties. There are plenty of other small restaurants around town, all should serve the local potatoes! As you walk around, you’ll see plenty of architectural treasures in the form of old houses and churches. Many of these were built during the National Revival period in Bulgaria, starting around 1762 up until the liberation from the Ottomans in 1878. Samokov played an important role in the National Revival. The city used to have one of the three woodworking schools in Bulgaria and even nowadays, many examples of fantastic woodwork of masters from Samokov is found all over the Balkan peninsula. Mainly in churches. You’ll notice that there’s some tall mountains close to Samokov, this is the Rila mountain range. There, you’ll find the tallest peak of the Balkans, which is Musala mountain (2.925 metres). You could visit the mountain and ski resort Borovets or opt for a swimming or spa retreat in Separeva Banya.   You will be nothing but impressed by the opportunity to see a lot in just a day – even when spending the night in Sofia! Would you like to get some more information on destinations nearby? Do not hesitate to contact us. We will prepare your rental car so you can enjoy a carefree trip through the surroundings of Sofia. Enjoy!   by Leon de Leeuw Website: Youtube: Visit Read more fantastic stories about Bulgaria:

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