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Car rental Italy

Rent a car in Italy and travel through this romantic country. A rental car is a great way to freely explore and discover everything Italy has to offer. Italy is acknowledged as the birthplace of Western Culture together with Greece. Home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, your rental car can easily take you to the must-sees in Italy. Even if your destination is hard to get to, a car will get you there. Not only that, but you can do a road trip on your own pace. Using a rental car means it is completely up to you how you explore Italy. Drive through the beautiful hills of Tuscany, alongside the lakes of Northern Italy or across Sicily. Bordering France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia to the North, the rest of the country is surrounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea. The islands of Sicily and Sardinia with many their beautiful beaches are also popular parts of Italy. Due to the elongated shape, the country is also referred to as 'boots'. The “Eternal City” Rome, the fashion center Milan, the Renaissance city Florence, one of the world's oldest cities Naples and more are all worth visiting. Planning to explore Italy? Compare prices from different suppliers of car rental in Italy on HolidayCars.com and book in advance at cheaper rates.

Lakes of Italy

Car rental in Italy is the most convenient way to explore the most enchanting Italian lakes such as Lake Maggiore or Lake Como. The largest lake is Lake Garda. In a rental car it will take you a bit more than one hour to get there from Milan . Lake Iseo, Lake Idro and Lago di Varese are smaller but no less beautiful. Around the lakes are numerous charming villages. Traveling by rental car in Italy allows great flexibility to explore these villages at your own pace.

Luxury and Supercars rental in Italy

Italians have much to be proud of. Their delicious cuisine influenced menus all over the world and to say the Italian culture and history is fascinating is an understatement. But being automotive enthusiasts we often think of Italy combined with fast and exotic cars. Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati all manufacture their pieces of art in Italy. These brands and their magnificent cars embody everything both a classical and modern supercar should be. In our opinion Italy is the number one supercar country in the world. Did you know that next to you can also rent supercars through HolidayCars.com? We help you to check the real-time availability, terms and price of supercars at all exclusive car rental companies in all of Italy.

Driving routes in Italy
But Italy is not only a renowned manufacturer of exclusive cars. The country also offers a wide array of destinations and driving routes to enjoy a supercar to the full extent. Whether you rent German luxury or an Italian powerhouse the following areas have the perfect driving routes:


Rome

Rome was originally built on seven hills, but now it stretches out to the Tyrrhenian Sea. The historic of Roma was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Famous tourist attractions include The Colosseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, St. Peter's Basilica, Trevi Fountain and the Monument of Victor Emanuel II. The metro is quite efficient, but car rental is more useful when you go explore the surrounding area of Rome.

Car rental and Tuscany

Car rental in Italy is an ideal way to visit the idyllic places like Siena, Pisa or Florence. Most visitors go straight to the Duomo in Florence. Enjoy the elegant cypress trees, lush vineyards and rolling fields full of olive trees. The Chianti route between Florence and Siena guarantees a scenic drive, with small colorful villages dotted along the highway.

Discover the italian culture Sicily with car hire

Sicily is bursting at the seams of all cultural heritages. The finest remains of Greek civilization are undoubtedly the Valley of Temples, the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento and south of the city of Syracuse on the coast. Car hire is a great way to discover the real Sicily. Visit the serene villages where a small birthday is still celebrated at long tables with steaming pasta and Chianti wine.