You can choose your car rental in Vancouver from our diverse array of up-to-date models. No matter your budget or mobility needs our wide selection of economy and luxury rental cars can accommodate. Air conditioning comes as standard in all rental cars, which is particularly useful in Vancouver's subtropical climate.
Our selection of add-ons let you customize your car rental in Vancouver to suit the needs of your trip. We have numerous protection packages and other optional features to help you have an optimal car rental experience. We recommend to include extras while booking online to ensure their availability.
The renter and all drivers must present a valid original driver's license when picking up their rental car. Drivers with a non-Canada driver's license must produce a valid passport or a valid government-issued ID card at pick up as well. If the driving license is printed in a non-Roman alphabet it must be accompanied by an international driving license.
The minimum age to rent a car in Vancouver is 21. For drivers under 25 a young drivers surcharge is applicable. Some specialty vehicle types have further age restrictions, you can find out more during the online booking process.
Your car rental in Vancouver will be handed over with a full tank of gas and must be returned full as well. Alternatively, book our prepaid fuel option which allows you to prepay for a full tank of gas a prices comparable to the local pump and return the rental vehicle on low.
In the event of an accident please contact the police immediately and report any damages to the rental car directly to Sixt. You can contact emergency services by dialing 911.
One the most famous parks in the world and definitely the most famous of these Vancouver attractions, Stanley Park is as cherished by locals as it is by tourists. Home to the scenic Seawall--perfect for walking, biking and rollerblading--as well as gardens, walking trails, beaches, Historic Totems, and the Vancouver Aquarium, the park, has something for everyone
Granville Island is one of the most-visited Vancouver attractions, and for good reason! Situated on False Creek with views of downtown Vancouver, the 37-acre island is home to an array of shops, restaurants, and theaters, as well as the immensely popular Granville Island Public Market.
Historic, vibrant and diverse, Chinatown Vancouver is one of the largest Chinatowns in the western hemisphere and a definite must-visit Vancouver attraction. It's second only to San Francisco in land size and has the third-largest population (after San Francisco and New York). Home to shops, restaurants, and historic sites, including the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden and the Chinese Cultural Centre, this is one of the best places to stroll, explore and dine.
One of Vancouver's oldest neighborhoods, Gastown is packed with historic architecture, galleries, restaurants, and fashion boutiques. It's also the place to shop for innovative, high-end interior design.
Situated just north of downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is another one of the Vancouver attractions that are equally popular with visitors and locals: it's a ski-and-snowboard destination in the winter and an outdoor entertainment venue in the summer. Facilities on top of Grouse Mountain include restaurants and hotels, sports and recreation, a mountain bear refuge, lumberjack shows, and incredible views of the city.
One of the most popular and unique Vancouver attractions is this swaying, scenic suspension bridge, which stretches 137 meters (450 feet) across and 70 meters (230 feet) above the Capilano River.
Located in North Vancouver, Deep Cove is one of the most beautiful destinations in all of the Lower Mainland, including Vancouver. Best in summer, kayaking in Deep Cove brings you close to nature--eagles, seals, and sea lions are common--and keeps taking your breath away with the sheer glory of this tranquil spot.
Delightful year-round, the VanDusen Botanical Garden is a fairytale land of winding paths, ponds full of lily pads and an astounding array of plants and flowers. It's a perfect example of the botanical Vancouver attractions; find more here: Top 5 Vancouver Gardens.
Explore Canada and Vancouver's art, history, people and environment at the city's world-class museums and galleries, including the Vancouver Art Gallery and the amazing UBC Museum of Anthropology, two major Vancouver attractions.
Unless otherwise stated the rental quote/price displayed on the final page when booking includes the daily rate, statutory taxes, additional extras (if selected) and all applicable surcharges and fees. Check our Rental Information page for country specific information.
You will need to show a valid driver's license and an IDP depending on your destination country.
In most cases your personal car insurance policy will not protect you when driving abroad. Make a thorough check before you go to see for what and where your auto insurance policy or credit card coverage applies. It is also important to ensure the coverage you choose meets the minimum coverage requirements of the country where you will rent a car. You can only refuse the purchase of mandatory rental coverage if you can provide proof of other coverage.
Yes, although this may incur a one-way rental fee that will be shown during the booking process. Please note: one-way rentals may be restricted if you plan on crossing borders so it is best to check our Rental Information page for country specific information.
Generally, an advance charge approval is obtained for the chosen means of payment as a security. Often a deposit of up to three times the rental price is charged to the chosen means of payment as a security. The exact deposit is determined on collection since the amount is dependent on the vehicle. For example, the deposit for high-value vehicles may differ.