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Take your travel experience to another level when you use our Luxury Cars Austria hire service. Regardless of your final destination in Austria and whether your staying short term for a day or a week or even if you need to hire a Austria Luxury Cars for a longer business trip or holiday, you are sure to find our professional service second to none.

Perhaps pick up a Jaguar XK in Schönbrunn Palace to begin your journey and take in the fabulous Hofburg Palace or enjoy a thrilling trip to St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna. For many a visit to Austria wouldn’t be complete without calling at Belvedere, Vienna in a luxurious supercar or perhaps thundering down the open road towards Hohensalzburg Castle in a 4×4 would be more to your taste?

If the purpose of your trip is purely recreational you may well consider visiting Museumsquartier which often is proven a worthwhile journey or alternatively either Vienna State Opera or Tiergarten Schönbrunn could be an alternative option.

In any case whether its from Naturhistorisches Museum or Salzkammergut you will be sure to experience driving like never before with you book our Austria car hire service.

Here at 365 our Austria Luxury Cars rental service caters for all kinds of vehicles ranging from the exotice muscle cars, Luxury SUVs, High-End Prestige vehicles and Station Wagons through to of course Luxury Saloons or Sedans and the top class coupes.

For us the most important aspect of providing our Austria Luxury Cars hire options is to ensure your trip regardless of it’s purpose, is safe, hassle free and above all truly an experience you will want to remember for the rest of your life.

There are few other Austria Car Rental Services that can provide a driving experience the likes of which we can offer when you choose to rent a luxury car in Austria with us. Having provided cars to royalty, celebrities, business leaders and many other VIPs you can be entirely assured that our car rental services easily demonstrate why we are indeed the continental choice of car rental agency.

365 Luxury Car Hire has quickly become one of Austria’s leading car rental companies. Providing luxury rentals in over a dozen countries including France, Germany, Spain, Monaco, Italy, Portugal, UK, Turkey, Switzerland and even as far as the Middle East – UAE, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

We provide many other Austria Car Brands than Luxury Cars so for more details please feel free to browse the rest of the site or contact us directly for our discreet and professional service.

Luxury Cars Rentals in Austria

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2014 Audi R8

2012 Bentley Continental

2013 BMW 3-series

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2010 Ferrari California

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2014 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class

2014 Porsche Cayenne

2011 Porsche 911 [997]

2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe

Today’s Austria is what was once the German speaking core and centre of power for the large multi-ethnic Austro-Hungarian Empire with its imperial capital in Vienna. This empire stretched eastwards from present-day Austria through much of east-central and south-central Europe. It included the entire territories of modern day Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, and portions of Serbia, Romania, Ukraine, Poland and Italy. While Prussia united the German states to the north by force into one “Germany” in the latter part of the 19th Century, Austria remained oriented eastwards towards its diverse empire. However, from the start of the 20th century, the political history of Austria has been closely linked to the misfortunes and disasters of modern German history, mainly the First and Second World Wars and their terrible aftermath.
It was not until the end of the war that the mood changed and that Austria tried to distance itself from Germany. In 1945, Austria was divided into zones of occupation like Germany. However, unlike Germany, Austria was not subject to any further territorial losses. A treaty signed in 1955 ended the Allied and Soviet occupation, recognized Austria’s independence, and forbade future unification with Germany. A constitutional law of that same year declared the country’s “perpetual neutrality”, a condition for Soviet military withdrawal, and thus saved Austria from Germany’s fate of a divided nation with a divided capital. However, the South Tyrol Question took Austria and Italy to the UN in the post-war era and international brokered mitigation found a suitable solution for both countries by the late 1980’s. This official neutrality, once ingrained as part of the Austrian cultural identity, has been called into question since the Soviet Union’s collapse of 1991 and Austria’s entry into the European Union in 1995.
Re-examining its Nazi past is something that has become large-scale and accepted as commonplace in the media only relatively recently. Before, Austria had sought to portray itself as “Hitler’s first victim”. A prosperous country, Austria entered the European Monetary Union in 1999, and the euro currency replaced the schilling in 2002. Austria is also part of “borderless Europe”, resulting in many students from all over the European Union studying in Austrian universities and vice verse. Austria is one of the most popular summer and winter holiday destinations in Europe and has the tourist industry to match it.
Austria is a federation. Each of its nine federal states has a unique and distinct culture.
Austrians aren’t easy to categorize. In fact, the main reason Austrians stand out from their European neighbours is that they don’t stand out from the rest for anything in particular. Austrians are moderate in their outlook and behaviour. Being at Europe’s crossroads, their culture is influenced from several sides. The stereotype of the yodelling, thigh slapping, beer-swilling xenophobe may apply to a few individuals but it certainly doesn’t apply to the majority of Austrians. Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Austria

The term “luxury car” suggests a vehicle with higher quality equipment, better performance, more precise construction, comfort, higher design, technologically innovative modern, or features that convey an image, brand, status, or prestige, or any other ‘discretionary’ feature or combination of them. The term is also broad, highly variable and relative. It is a perceptual, conditional and subjective attribute that may be comprehended differently by different people; “what may be luxury for one may be premium for another.

In contemporary usage, the term may be applied to any vehicle type including sedan, coupe, hatchback, station wagon, and convertible body styles, as well as to minivans, crossovers, or sport utility vehicles and to any size vehicle, from small to largein any price range. Moreover, there is a convergence in the markets and a resulting confusion of luxury with high price: where there may have been a clear difference in price between luxury and others, there is no longer an absolute separation between premium and luxury, with what may be premium brands now more expensive than the equivalent so-called luxury ones

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