City Car rent-a-car
Established in 1992, City Car Car Rental is part of the City Car brand, tried and tested since 1969. The company serves travellers looking to hire a car in Lebanon.
While the company hosts just two locations, City Car offers a big selection of vehicles, with over 270 cars in its fleet, varied in type and size.
City Car Car Rental offers travellers throughout Lebanon the wheels to see all of the country. With two pick up locations located ideally in Beirut and at Beirut Airport, travellers can easily hire a car with City Car.
Coupled with a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week service, City Car Car Rental aims to provide fast and accurate service for travellers to Lebanon.
City Car Rental offers a wide selection of vehicles for hiring. Travellers can choose from smaller vehicles to larger transportation. City Car Car Rental offers small cars, medium cars, large cars, premium cars, luxury cars, family cars, 4x4s, convertibles, sports cars and utility vans.
City Car Car Rental offers pick up locations in Beirut city centre as well as Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport.
Once regarded as the ‘Paris of the East’, Beirut has a spectacular position, right in the Mediterranean. To the rear of the city, dramatic mountains are visible when the haze of urban traffic subsides. The city’s Corniche seafront is home to beaches, restaurants, theatres and a good selection of shops and restaurants.
In the suburbs, drivers are free to discover several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, many of which document the progress of the city’s civilizations. Sites worth visiting include Phoenician tombs, Roman temples, Crusader castles and Mamlouk mosques, which are located in the cities and ruins of Baalbeck, Byblos, and Tyre. Meanwhile, the historic town of Aanjar in the Bekaa Valley is home to the Umayyad site site which dates back to the 8th century and offers visitors a special example of a commercial centre that was inland in nature. Also along the mountainous interior of the Kadisha Valley, visitors will fid ancient monasteries and churches, inclusing one that was hewn into the face of a rock.