Cheapest car hire in Helsingborg
5 seat minivan
*daily rates in Helsingborg based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Helsingborg
- Helsingborg is one of the oldest cities in Sweden.
- The Kullagatan was the first high street in Sweden to be pedestrianised.
- The Karnan fortress is more than 600 years old.
- From Helsingborg you can look across the Oresund to Helsingor in Denmark.
- A number of ferries connect Helsingborg with Denmark.
Helsingborg Mini Guide
Helsingborg is a large city in Sweden which has around 97,000 inhabitants. It is actually considered to be a locality as well as the seat of Helsingborg Municipality.
Hiring a car makes it well worth visiting this urban area in the centre of Skane County and the Oresund region. With a car you can make visits to the attractive coastline or stay in the city to see the many impressive buildings.
Approaching the centre of Helsingborg it may be a better idea to park and walk as many of the alleyways are quite narrow and are more suited for pedestrians.
One of the nicest sites is an old medieval castle which has been around for more than 600 years. The beauty of Helsingborg is that there is a nice mix of old and new buildings with shops and restaurants incorporated into the traditional architecture.
is within easy driving distance should you wish to include a visit into your holiday, the closest point being the Danish city of Elsinore.
On a clear day you can see this city across the strait of Oresund which is about four kilometres to the west.
The city does have its own football team which is where the famous Celtic and Barcelona
football player Henrik Larsson started his career.
Latest Update from Helsingborg:
- This year, Helsingborg has combined two great ideas to help visitors to the city. Instead of buying a travel guide, you can download one free of charge - they are available in several languages, and you can accompany it with a 'Culture Card' which entitles you to free entry to many attractions and discounts elsewhere.