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Car Hire Trabzon Airport

Trabzon was a major hub on the Silk Route and was visited by Marco Polo. No doubt today he would have been on the internet, booking a hire car through Any Airport Car Hire and he would have been a very wise man to do so.

All our customers are offered the best rates we can find in the car hire market because we spend our time ensuring that the latest and best offers appear when you select your destination airport and date of arrival. You’ll also notice that we offer a range of optional extras such as child car seats, sat-nav and more so you can get the best out of your Trabzon car rental.


Cheap Car Rental Trabzon

This part of Turkey has some exciting, unpaved roads, perfect for using a four wheel drive vehicle. If that’s your idea of fun we can help with a range of 4 x 4 vehicles that will take you off the beaten track yet still give you safety and security. And if your idea of a good time in Trabzon is simply to visit the sights and enjoy the local food, our basic models will be all you need. If you’re unsure which vehicle to hire; don’t forget you can contact us by phone or online to discuss your needs.


Trabzon Airport Guide


Trabzon Airport serves the nearby city of Trabzon, otherwise known by its former name of Trebizond. By far the most convenient ways to get into the city is by collecting your pre-booked hire car from the airport but you can also enjoy the experience of the local bus or the rollercoaster taxi rides.

Getting to Trabzon Airport isn’t that easy unless you are travelling from Germany. Because of the number of Turkish migrant workers in Germany you’ll find three routes from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Stuttgart. UK travellers to Trabzon would be best advised to take a flight to Frankfurt and connect there.

Trabzon is a fascinating city, one of the biggest on Turkey’s northern coast. It was the capital of the Trebizond Empire for many years and has a great history attached to it, much of which is still in evidence today. Try the Aya Sofya Church, now a museum, for information about the city and make sure you don’t miss a trip to Sumela Monastery, perched high on a dizzyingly steep mountain. Despite years of mindless vandalism, the Turkish authorities have now begun to renovate the monastery as a museum and it’s a spectacular place to visit.

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