Italy Rental Car Information
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Top Places To Visit In Italy
Italy is a relatively small country, it is filled with many unique cities and neighborhoods to visit. As a result, the best way to explore Italy is with a rental car. By hiring a rental car, you will have the flexibility to see all that this diverse county has to offer.
Rome Rental Car
Although compact, the city of Rome can be difficult to get around. Traffic in Rome is often heavy and driving in the city center can be quite an experience. The city can become congested at peak times, a rental car provides a very convenient way to travel to many of the smaller neighborhoods within Rome. Once your pick-up your rental car, some of the notable tourist sites to drive out to is the Villa Borghese & Galleria Borghese located in the northern part of Rome next to Via Pinciana. There is plenty to see and do in the city of Rome, however, to get a true feel of Italy, you will want to use your rental car to drive out to one of the many towns outside of Rome. Some great sights that are a short distance from Rome include driving along the Appian Way or driving out to Ostia Antica, an archaeological site located 19 miles west of Rom on the River Tiber. Other places to drive to from Rome is the popular historic hill town of Tivoli. A short 30-minute drive located 20 miles east of Rome in the Lazio Region. The coast is also only about a 2-hour drive away.
Milan Rental Car
Milan is a very cosmopolitan city and is the center of fashion and textile commerce in Italy. As a result, Milan is very much about the arts. Once you rent your Milan rental car, you will want to drive out too many of the lake towns outside of Milan. Some of the most popular lake towns are Idroscalo (or Lake Cumo) and Bellagio of which the popular casino in Las Vegas gets its name. Both lakes are in the Italian Alps, so if you are traveling in the wintertime or early spring, you will encounter some snow, so drive carefully during this time of the year. Of course, no trip to Milan is complete without a visit to an Italian soccer game. If you are a soccer fan you will enjoy a passionate game in the San Siro Stadium. Just be sure to root for Milan.
Florence Rental Car
Florence and the surrounding countryside of Tuscany is an expansive destination, so the best way to get around this part of Italy is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Florence and Tuscany has to offer. Once you pick-up your rental car, consider driving out to the Boboli Gardens to walk through the lovely grounds and tour the museums. It’s just a short drive outside of Florence on the other side of the Arno River. Take a drive out an hour southwest from Florence to San Gimignano a popular wall town that attracts visitors for its 12 and 13th century medieval houses, walls, town centers and towers. Consider driving your rental car to the Chianti Region of Tuscany for a fun day trip of exploring, eating, sipping wine and olive tasting. Another great day trip is to drive out to Sienna and spend a day walking around the walled city. Check your calendar to find out when the annual Palio is in town. You might be lucky to experience the event while you are there.
Venice Rental Car
By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all area surrounding Venice. Although there is plenty to see and do in Venice, you will want to use your rental car to drive out to a few of the tourist sites surrounding the city. Once you rent your Venice rental car, consider driving out to the San Nicolo for sunbathing and water sports. Drive out to the beautiful town of Verona to get a glimpse into Italy’s past. Its only 90 minutes from Venice. Another wonderful town to drive out to is Ravenna. It was once the capital of the Western Roman Empire. Finally, consider driving to the Prosecco Region to experience Italy’s most famous, export for a fun day of wine tasting. It’s only an hour drive from Venice with amazing scenery along the drive. Wherever you drive your rental car in Italy, you are sure to have the time of your life.