Ostrava Airport

Ostrava Airport CAR HIRE

location address

Mosnov 401, 742 51 Mosnov


opening hours

24-hour return
MO - FR:

08:00 - 16:30

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Car hire at Ostrava Airport, Czech Republic

Sixt rent a car service are delighted to offer cheap car rentals at Ostrava airport (OSR) in the Czech Republic. We offer the newest car hire vehicles at economy prices. Whether you are looking for a sporty convertible or a practical family car rental, we at Sixt are confident that our car hire service can deliver your requirements. We can also take care of the extras you might need such as additional insurance or child seats. We believe that Sixt car hire and Ostrava airport go together well for your convenience.

Car hire at Ostrava Airport, Czech Republic
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Information about Ostrava Airport

Information about Ostrava Airport

Ostrava Airport (its full name is Leos Janacek Airport Ostrava) used to be known as Ostrava-Mosnov International Airport and is located 12.5 miles to the southwest of the city. The airport is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and carries over two hundred thousand passengers every year. Our office can be found conveniently in the airport where we are ready and waiting to get your trip off to the best possible start. Before you know it you'll be exploring the city by car!

Tourist Attractions in Ostrava

Tourist Attractions in Ostrava

Located close to the Polish border, Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic. It has a long and varied history and there are a number of interesting sights for tourists to visit. A good place to start is the New City Hall Viewing Tower. This Tower stands 70m tall and gives a great view of the whole city. Zoo Ostrava is another popular attraction which offers something for the whole family. A little further afield and best reached by car is the Landek Park Mining Museum. This museum gives a fascinating insight into the lives of miners during a time when the city's main export was coal.