Low-Cost Car Rental for Venice
Renting a car in Venice allows you the freedom of exploring the charming Veneto region of Italy at your own pace. Benefitted by its location, Venice serves as a great base for an itinerary to north-east Italy. That’s why we provide a convenient selection of car rental locations in and around this beautiful Italian city. Whether you’re traveling for business or holiday, we’ll provide you the best car at guaranteed lowest prices.
We work hand in hand with all the leading car rental companies in order to offer our customers maximum benefits. That said, all our Venice car rentals come along with numerous useful inclusions, which include comprehensive insurances, airport surcharge, unlimited kilometers, breakage assistance and 24/7 booking support. To book your car rental with us, either fill the booking form online or connect with our booking support via the given helpline numbers.
Additional Information About Venice
Venice-the capital of the northern Italy's Veneto region- is extremely beautiful and just one of its kind. The city was established on over 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea nearly six hundred years ago, and till date, it’s virtually the same. Instead of roads, there are just canals with water shimmers everywhere. The city boasts of mesmerizing Gothic palaces and churches, together reflecting centuries of history in what was a wealthy trading center between Europe and the Orient. Venice is heavily touristed (over 20 million tourists per year) though, the romantic charm never fades away.
Best Places to Visit in Venice
St. Mark’s Square
The most attractive part of Venice’s largest square is undoubtedly the elegant uniformity of its architecture on three sides. But besides that, St. mark’s Square is widely famed as Venice living room. Why? For it is the place where locals and tourist gather, take strolls, enjoy a cup of coffee, catch up with their friends, or simply pass it through on their ways to work or play. The square houses a prolific range of fashionable shops and even more fashionable cafeterias. To get the best view of this busy yet amazing piazza, get to its top or climb up to the top of the Torre dell’Orologio.
Canale Grande (Grand Canal) is a giant reverse S that cuts through the heart of the city. The principal avenue of Venice connects Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge, the arrival points of the rail station and bridge from the mainland. Anybody, and literally anybody who had influence in Venice had palace open onto the canal. The facades of all these grand palaces are well preserved till date and a trip along the canal by Vaporetto is indeed the best way to have a closer look at them.
Gallerie dell'Accademia or ‘Accademia’ in short, is a popular museum situated on the Grand Canal. It houses one of the most important and comprehensive Venetian painting collection of 15th-18th century. Some of the galleries at Accademia, such as the one that contains Venetian Gothic paintings, features beautifully hand carved and gilded 15th-century ceilings. Moreover, the works/ collection at Accademia is arranged chronically, so as the visitor can not only trace the evolution but also run a comparison between works of different contemporaries.
Torcello Island is a must visit as Venice started to settle on this outer island. Founded in the 7th Century, the Torcello island was flourishing as a commercial town by the end of 12th century. Gothic palaces, churches, shipyards and docks once dotted throughout this large island, but out of them, only two churches and a handful of houses remain. To take in the best idea about Torcello island, make sure to visit its cathedral, which was dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta in 639. The cathedral is considered as one of the best remaining examples of the Venetian-Byzantine architectures.
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