Car rental in Italy
There is no better way to see Italy than by carItaly! 50 millions of tourists every year! Most of them are those who prefers to feel like home in any country. It means to go wherever and whenever changing the program as you wish. All you need for that is car rented for your journey.
Whichever way - by air, water or land - you are going to Italy, you will almost certainly find yourself in a city where Avis has a rental station.
Routes and sights.There is a part of the great heritage of the ancient empire in each province and each city of this country-museum.
And whatever the main purpose of your visit is, anyway you will spend some time exploring Italian history and culture. And relaxing, of course.
Northern Italy: Piedmont, Lombardy, Trentino, and South Tyrol.Shopping, fashion and attractions.
For example, you came to Lombardy to go shopping for fashionable clothes, gifts and souvenirs. Renting a car in Milan would be the most convenient option. The best shops, fashion houses, and exhibition centers will be within easy reach. Just like the Gallery of Victor Emmanuel II - one of the first shopping arcades in Europe, the Milan Cathedral, and the famous opera house "La Scala".
Turin is another city located in two-hour drive from Milan, where you can see the shroud of Jesus Christ, kept in the Cathedral of John the Baptist.
In winter, you can climb up the Dolomites and enjoy the holiday in the most beautiful mountains of the world.
There are totally 1200 km of ski trails and 450 lifts on these slopes. The most popular resorts of the region are Moena or Canazei.
If you are coming to the north of Italy in summer, spend the rest of your holiday by the Ligurian sea, where the luxurious hotels of San Remo, Alassio, Arenzano, and Portofino will be at your service. Or you may stay at the luxurious Adriatic beaches - Lido, Bibione, Riccione, Cattolica, Cesenatico.
From Tuscany to Campania.Tuscany.
The most interesting of the roads leading to Rome, starts in Florence and goes through Pisa. You will definitely regret if during your stay in Tuscany you will not visit the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and the famous Leaning Tower.
The stops on your way are the beaches of Viareggio, Giglio and Portoferraio.
The area of the ‘eternal city’ is 1 285 square kilometers, and it is full of ancient monuments and architectural masterpieces. Therefore, having a car here will be rather helpful.
You will have to go to Vatican City on foot, but you will be able to see Roman Forum, the Colosseum and dozens of temples of the central part of Rome from the window of the rented car.
Going down ‘the Boot’, you will find yourself in Naples, at the foot of Vesuvius. The cities Capua and Pompeii are located on about the same distance from there, and both are living legend.
Beaches of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The most famous resorts of the Tyrrhenian coast are Anzio, San Felice Circeo, and Baia Domizia. A ferry goes from every big city to Sardinia and Sicily.
The south of Italy. The Ionian coast.Apulia - Basilicata - Calabria.
This is going to be your destination after you have rented a car in Bari. This region of Italy attracts those who love sunbathing during cold months of the year.
Once Mediterranean pirates used to come here. The reminders of their visits are the ruins of the defensive structures throughout the Ionian coast.
And if you do not rush to lie on a deckchair, to sip a cocktail and enjoy the sun, you can spend a few hours broadening your mind. For example, you can see the heritage of the cave civilization - the cities of Matera and Mottola, where people still live in houses carved right from rock.
Take advantage of your position as the tourist and ask permission to enter and become familiar with the interior – maybe you will get ideas for your home interior.
Nearby, there is a commune famous for its ceramics - the city of Grottaglie. But it is better to visit this place at the very end of your trip: it is unlikely that you will leave the place without buying anything.
The most visited Italian resorts of the Ionian Sea are Rocca Imperiale, Marina di Roseto, Borgata Marina, and Trebisacce.
It is better to choose the starting point of the upcoming route in advance - so that you do not waste precious time on route.