Car rental Brindisi
Brindisi was formerly called Brindisium or Brundisium. Historically it has played an important role in commerce and culture. The city is a major port for trade with Greece and the Middle East. The well-known Roman poet Vergilius deceased here in 19 BC. Brindisi ironicaly enough itself is a poem. It is a perfect idea to use car rental in Brindisi to explore the city.
The heel of the boot of Italy
This port city in southeastern Italy on the Adriatic Sea is the capital of the province of Brindisi in the Apulia region, and is located in the heel of the boot of Italy. From Brindisi there are regular ferry connections with Igoumenitsa, Corfu and Patras.
Brindsi's connection with Greece
Most travelers who go to Brindisi are also in transit to Greece. There is a train service connecting Brindisi and other cities in Italy
such as Bari
. Once you decided your travel schedule, you can rent a car in Brindisi at holidaycars.com before departure, for cheaper rates and ample availability.
S. Benedetto church in town is a relic of an ancient Benedictine monastery from the 11th century. The church has three domes from the 15th century that were supported by a Gothic vault.
The Appian Way is one of the most important ancient Roman roads. It connected Rome to Brindisi. Car rental in Brindisi is especially desirable if you want to discover more of the city or want to enjoy a romantic drive in Apulia. A rental car in Brindisi offers you the flexibility to explore the surroundings at your own leisure.
The construction of the Via Appia started in 321 BC at the initiative of Appius Claudius Caecus, after whom the road was named. The road was built as a main route for military supplies. You can take a leisure drive in a rental car in Brindisi and imagine how history was concreted on the road.
Architectural historical heritage in Martina Franca
Although a small town, Martina Franca is a popular touristic site for its rich architectural, historical heritage and abundant cultural activities. The nearby towns of Brindisi seem to come out of the storybook. The dazzling Ostuni nestled among olive trees and the houses of Martina Franca are decorated with rococo sculptures. Lecce is also called the Baroque city. The staff from the car rental counter in Brindisi will explain to you how to get there exactly. Better still, book a GPS device from the car hire company.