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Car Hire Tokyo Airport Chiba Narita

In the modern home of the motor car, what better way is there to get around than by hiring a car at Tokyo’s Narita Airport for your stay in the city? It’s a manic city with a good, if packed metro system but there’s still room for travelling around the city by hire car. If you don’t want a lengthy walk to a metro station, you’ve either got to pay more for a hotel that’s closer or hire a car. Urban myth says that Tokyo is always choked with traffic but a carefully planned road system with the help of public transport means that for much of the day, a car is a good way to see more of the city.

Cheap Car Rental Tokyo Chiba Narita NRT

Convinced about hiring a car from Narita Airport? You’ve come to the right place for at Any Airport Car Hire we have a large range of hire cars at Tokyo Narita Airport for you to choose from. If you’re environmentally conscious then we have hybrid cars or economical small cars that are easy to pop into the smallest of parking spaces in the city. Not only is our range extensive but our prices are low too. We offer the best prices available from the top car hire companies but don’t sacrifice quality for them. You can expect a quality car, fully maintained and delivered washed and cleaned for a perfect car hire experience.


Tokyo Chiba Narita Airport Guide


Narita International Airport is Tokyo’s international point of arrival with hundreds of overseas flights arriving each day. There are plenty from Europe including four from the UK with Virgin, BA, All Nippon and Air Japan all flying from Heathrow. The airport is some way from the city though and you can expect a drive of 45 minutes to an hour. Many travellers consider Kobe Airport for Tokyo which is half the distance away.

A lot of the sights of Tokyo revolve around its architecture and many make the mistake of climbing the highest towers; the Tokyo Tower or the Metropolitan Government Building only to realise that they’re on what they wanted to see. Instead, climb the World Trade Centre Building for the best view of the city and its two tallest buildings.

There’s old architecture too in the shrines and temples of the city with the Sensoji being particularly impressive, especially at night when it is garishly lit.
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