A car rental in Poland is a great way to explore this historic country at your own leisure. You can start your holiday in Warsaw and visit the Royal Castle or drive from Krakow to Czestochowa to visit the Jasna Gora Monastery and admire the world famous Black Madonna Picture.
When driving in Poland, it's important to know that you must keep your headlights on at all times while driving between the months of November and March. During those months, depending of where your itinerary takes you, winter tyres might also be advisable, since you may encounter snow.
While roads in Poland are below European standard, as long as you stay in main roads with your car rental from Auto Europe, you shouldn't encounter any problems. There are two toll roads : the A4 between Katowice and Krakow and the A2 between Wrzesnia and Konin. With Auto Europe you can choose from several pick-up locations in Poland and a great fleet of cars.