Car rental Verona
A Romantic trip to Verona with car rental
The romantic Verona is located in the Veneto region east of Milan
and west of Venice
and Padua. Car rental in Verona is a convenient way to travel. If you plan to rent a car in Verona, why not compare the rates at holidaycars.com and book in advance with no hidden costs?
The heart of the city:Piazza Erbe
The Ponte Risorgimento, the Ponte Scaligero, Ponte Catena are famous bridges over the Adige River. The main square of the city is the Piazza Erbe, here stands the pillar with the Marcus Lion and the Palazzo della Ragione. Car rental in Verona can help you reach all the must see sights.
World famous preformance at Teatro Romano
The ancient Roman amphitheater dates from the 1st century AD. It is the third largest amphitheater in the world and is famous for its excellent acoustics. Not for nothing that Opera Festival is held here every summer, the worldwide known opera Aida is also performed here. Located north-east of the city, it is easily reached by car hire in Verona.
Piazza dei Signori, a square rich in historical sights
This square was built in the heyday of Verona during the Scaligeri period. The square is surrounded by historic buildings and ancient churches. In the middle of the square stands a statue of the medieval poet Dante Alighieri. Car rental in Verona is not only convenient for visiting the famous landmarks in the city, but also exploring the amazing surroundings.
(Romeo and) Juliet's house
Verona is known as the setting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The house actually has no connection with Shakespeare's fictional characters, but it is still a major destination for tourist. The balcony overlooking a tiny courtyard containing a statue of Juliet is usually packed with teenagers photographing each other on the famous balcony. A place certainly worth visiting during your stay in Verona, so why not take your rental car and make it a trip?
The surroundings ofItaly's
Verona are impressive. Take a scenic drive in your rental car in Verona on the rolling green plains full of bloom and crimson poppies and explore such great nature at your own leisure. The most densely populated areas are the basin of the Adige River and the area between Verona and Vicenza.
Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. Charming small towns of Lazise, Malcesine, Lake Garda and Peschiera del Garda will undoubtedly inspire you. Near Malcesine there are two small islands Sogno and Olivo. A rental car in Verona makes these previously inaccessible islands reachable again. Discover the hospitality of the local residents. They might invite you to one of those village festivals with bowls of steaming pasta and spicy Chianti.