If you need to rent a car with driver in Vladimir you came to the right place. Whether you need to hire a car with driver in Vladimir for an airport transfer, a sightseeing trip, a business meeting or a casual travel we will deliver an attractive offer for your chauffeured service.
1CARES.com proposes you in Vladimir the rental of car with driver. Because of the fact that we work with many carriers we are able to offer you in Vladimir a full range of cars from a medium size car to a big executive sedan at the right price. In addition to car type, it is possible to order your car based on its class and even foreign language skills of its chauffeur.
We put at your disposal two reservation channels: direct online booking and quote request.
With direct online reservation you can book a car with driver in Vladimir in real time depending on the availability of the required car at the chosen time and address. It is the fastest and the easiest way for your car hire with driver – the whole process will not take you more than three minutes. You will receive your booking confirmation immediately.
However, not all of our cars may be available for direct online reservation. And so you can also rent a car with chauffeur through our quotation system, which will provide you access to all our cars.
By requesting a quote you will have access to all of our vehicles. You will make a choice from a list of pre-defined trips or will describe us your trip in a few words. If your trip is in our list of pre-defined trips, we will provide you with a quote immediately. For the trip specified by you we will come back with our offer for your chauffeured service in Vladimir within four hours (outside of night hours 22:00-8:00 local time).
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Vladimir is located 180 kilometers to the east of the Russian capital and has a population of 346 thousand people. Founded in 990 the city was the capital of the principality of Vladimir-Suzdal. In 1108 the prince Vladimir Monomakh transferred the seat of the Russian Grand Princes from Kiev to Vladimir. For four centuries Vladimir had remained the main city and religious center of Russia before the capital was moved to Moscow. During this period on three occasions Vladimir was devastated by the troops of the Golden Horde. However, the most important monuments have survived, including the Assumption Cathedral, the Golden Gate, the Cathedral of Saint Demetrius, the castle of Bogolioubovo and the Church of the Intercession. These twelfth century monuments are listed on the World Heritage List. Vladimir and Suzdal are part of the Golden Ring, the famous tourist route going through ancient princely cities.