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          Car Rental Italy

          For the best prices and most trusted car rental in Italy, you have come to the right place. We have low prices on a huge selection of automobiles for all of your traveling needs. You will easily find the perfect car to embark for an unforgettable Italian holiday. Get the freedom you deserve and tour Italy at a pace you are comfortable with.

          Geography and Topography

          Italy is a huge 600 km long peninsula protruding into the Mediterranean Sea. The Dolomite Mountains in the north, form a jagged border with France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. The Apennine Mountain range cuts down the middle of Italy and divides the east coast from the west coast. Fertile valleys and coastal lowlands surround the mountainous terrain.

          Sicily and Sardinia are autonomous island regions located in the Mediterranean Sea. The two islands and their surrounding archipelagoes make up over 15% of Italy’s total land area. San Marino and the Vatican City are 2 independent countries contained by the Italian border. Completely encircled by Rome, Vatican City is the smallest country in the world in terms of area and population.

          Major Cities

          Rome, Venice, Milan, Torino, Florence and Naples are Italy’s most famous cities. Your holiday wouldn’t be complete before touring at least one of these major hubs. The awe inspiring ruins from the Holy Roman Empire and the elaborate Vatican City are major point of interest when visiting Rome. Take a gondola ride at sunset and discover why Venice has been regarded as the most romantic city in the world. Milan is where fashion takes center stage with upscale shopping venues featuring prominent designers. Tour sports car factories and Olympic Park in Torino, be motivated by the art and architecture in Florence, or taste authentic Italian food in Naples.

          Italian Culture and Countryside

          The rolling hills and fertile valleys of the Italian countryside make for picturesque vistas and memorable tastes of the local crops. Take your rental car to the vineyards of Corte d’Aibo and tour the extensive farm. Then indulge in a traditional Italian meal and a glass of your favorite wine. With vineyards and olive farms all over the Italian countryside you will be pampered with great food and warm hospitality after every turn.

          Fun for January or July

          The mountains in the north provide tourists with some of the best skiing in the world. Huge ski resorts and alluring mountain villages are a great place for winter fun. The snow flies from December until March and the ski season varies from 3 to 4 months. On the contrary, Italy is an amazing place during the summer. The boundaries of Italy are 80% coastline supplying tourists with an ample supply of beaches. Head to the seashore in Livorno or Pescara and mingle with the locals or drive your car rental to a secluded beach for a more intimate atmosphere.

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          Facts About Italy

          • Rome is the capital of Italy
          • The population is slightly more than 58 million
          • There are 15 municipal regions and 5 autonomous regions
          • Nearly 500,000 km of paved roads
          • The currency is the euro (EUR)