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Brindisi Car Rental
 
 

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  • Brindisi Airport
    Aeroporto Papola Casale
    72011 Brindisi

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 21:00
    Bank holiday08:00 - 21:00
    Book at this location

  • Ostuni
    Via della Siderurgia 2
    72017 Ostuni -Brindisi

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 12:30
     15:00 - 19:00
    Sa.08:00 - 13:00
    Book at this location

  • Brindisi Airport

    Sixt rent a car
    Aeroporto Papola Casale
    72011 Brindisi

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 21:00
    Bank holiday08:00 - 21:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles, 4x4 / SUV

  • Ostuni

    Sixt rent a car
    Via della Siderurgia 2
    72017 Ostuni -Brindisi

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 12:30
     15:00 - 19:00
    Sa.08:00 - 13:00

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles, Sports cars & convertibles, 4x4 / SUV

Rent a car in Brindisi

When you make arrangements for the car rental in Brindisi package online, you can pick up your vehicle at either of the two Sixt offices, at the airport or Ostuni, to fully enjoy your vacation in Italy. Fly and drive with ease, when you use the Sixt services to book a car rental in Brindisi. It's so simple to rent a car in Brindisi and qualified representatives can advise you on a vehicle to suit your needs. A large majority of the cars and SUV's have unlimited mileage, so you won't rack up extra charges. The office at the airport is open 7 days a week and the one in Ostuni opens from Monday to Saturday. There is also an out of hours pick up and return service, for your car rental in Brindisi and insurance packages, including LDW insurance, are available, to ensure you stay covered, while driving your rent a car in Brindisi.

Things to see while in Brindisi with a Rent a car

Brindisi is one of Italy's most well known historical towns and was recognised as being the bridge to the east, being a major port for Romans and Venetian merchants. The port in Apulia is still very much in use, for travel connections from the airports and the sea. Svevo Castle is a historic site in Brindisi that is definitely worth a visit. This castle was first built in 1132 and demolished in 1156. Rebuilt in 1233, by Frederick II, the castle is truly an impressive, with a moat surrounding the southern, eastern and western sides. The entire port is visible from Svevo Castle and the Swabian Tower has been transformed into a space for exhibitions. Take a drive to the Temio di San Giovanni al Sepolcro, which is another interesting place to visit. This historical church actually mirrors, in design, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in Jerusalem, although Brindisi's version is of miniature dimensions. Lido Azzurro beach is stunning; with fine grains of sand and crystal clear waters. Cabins are available to rent here, making it a wonderful place to come to for a weekend break.