If your trip to Badia is all organized but your itinerary is looking a bit empty, let us give you a helping hand.Close to the city center, Campolongo Pass Ski Area is one attraction to consider putting on your must-see list. La Crusc Ski Lift and Pre dai Corf Ski Lift are also a stone’s throw away and worth taking the time to see.
If you’ve checked out all the major sights in Badia, there’s more on offer in the vicinity. Bolzano is just 30 miles away. Travelers who visit typically have Museo Archeologico dell’Alto Adige on their must-do lists.
If you’re mainly here for business-related reasons, you’ll likely be making your way to Forum Brixen. You’ll find it 16 miles away.
With your very own set of wheels, Badia is all yours to explore. People make their way to this interesting city for varying reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have a different car for each of them. The top priority for big families is space. Depending on the size of the family, that could mean anything from a full-size vehicle to an SUV. Travelers watching their budget enjoy the fuel-efficiency and affordability of our smaller vehicles, such as an economy or a mini. If you’re in the mood to make an impression in Badia, you could even browse our special category for a vehicle that will make any car buff go weak at the knees.
For some, owning a prestige vehicle is a little (or a lot!) out of reach. But renting your dream car is far more achievable than you might think! Imagine the joy of cruising the open roads in a fancy sports car, even if it’s only for a little while. Or maybe all you’re chasing is a budget ride to get you from A to B. Flashy or affordable? Either way, one thing’s for sure — there’s a rental car to suit your style in Badia.
You have to drive on the right-hand side of the road in Badia. Even though you may be comfortable with the traffic rules, it’s a good idea to drive with extra care in places you’ve never been.
It’s relatively easy to find somewhere to park in Badia, although it can be hard to nab a spot in the busier areas. Booking a hotel that has on-site parking is always a good idea.
Since the population of Badia is about 890, you shouldn’t have too much difficulty with traffic. That being said, major roads usually get busy in the rush hours before and after work, so you may want to avoid driving then.
There are. In Badia, speed limits range from 50km/h to 130km/h. Residential zones have a default speed limit of 50km/h unless marked otherwise.
Generally speaking, your car rental company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes and surcharges. Otherwise, they may share your contact details with local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then issue a fine to your postal address.
If you have hands-free or Bluetooth functions enabled, you are able to use your cell phone while cruising in your car around Badia. Just make sure you keep focused on the road.
While operating a vehicle in Badia, it’s a criminal offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. Thinking of having one or two drinks with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or booking a taxi.
Turning on a red light is prohibited in Badia. Always be watching for traffic lights and signs to make sure you don’t break any road rules.
Although there are a few exceptions, seat belts are compulsory in Province of South Tyrol.