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All offices are operated by the same company and you can expect similar service in all branches. Prices do however vary a lot depending on the location of the station. Just a check for tomorrow gives me prices between €110 and €170 for a daily rental of the same car depending on where you pick it up. The office at the main railway station is with €145 one ...


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They are locations of the same company, but depending on locations, car selection will vary significantly, and prices might vary too: It is quite expensive to store a lot of cars downtown, as space is expensive, so if you rent downtown, you probably pay a higher price. Similary, renting at an airport often has additional fees included, 20 to 30% extra is ...


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It really depends where you want to go. I have been to Japan seven times and I have only needed a car once. In urban areas, like Kansai (Osaka and nearby cities like Kyoto, Kobe, Nara, Himeji) or Tokyo, public transportation is quite convenient. And navigating within an urban area (for example, from Osaka to Kyoto) is not expensive (there are actually ...


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