Rentis Expands to Lithuania

Rentis has recently opened a location in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo via Wikimedia.
Rentis has recently opened a location in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo via Wikimedia.

Rentis, a car rental company based out of Poland, has expanded to Lithuania with three new locations (Vilnius, Kaunas and Druskininkai).

Last year, Rentis extended its rental car service into the Czech Republic.

Currently, Rentis has 60 locations in Poland, the Czech Republic and Lithuania. Vehicles types include Toyota, Lexus, Mini and BMW.

For more information, visit www.rentis.eu.

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