Best rated stations in Brindisi, Brindisi, Puglia, Italy
Average pickup time: 41-50 minutes.
8.5 out of 10 (8 Reviews)
Pickup time 90%
Overall value 85%
5 out of 5
AußenspiegelReviewed on Oct 28, 2018, 11:59 AM
Very well! I was not turned on unnecessary additional insurance! That's different at AVIS in Lecce! Become even aggressive!
Frequently asked questions
If your trip to Brindisi is all locked in but your itinerary is looking a little empty, we can give you a few hints and tips.Think of Brindisi and then say the first thing that pops into your head. You probably said “Museo Archeologico Provinciale Francesco Ribezzo,” right? Being such a famous landmark, you can’t miss seeing it. Toss your luggage into the trunk and check it off your bucket list.Church of Santa Maria del Casale is a notable attraction in this wonderful city. Stop by and find out what makes it so special.Plan a stop at Parco Antonio di Giulio. It’s one sight you’ll usually find on travelers’ must-do lists. If you still have space on that travel schedule, Castello Svevo di Brindisi and Parco Comunale Cesare Braico will keep you on the go too.
With some great day trip options available in the surrounding area, renting a car makes sense. Without one, it’d be much more difficult to explore all that Togo Bay Beach, 25 miles away, has to offer. See the sights starting with Punta Prosciutto Beach, Torre Lapillo Beach and Lapillo Sea Tower. Cala dell’Acquaviva is another wonderful option. It’s 50 miles away and boasts a variety of fascinating things to do. Castro Marina, Zinzulusa Cave and Delizie in Contea are just the start.
There’s nothing like opening the car window and feeling the cool sea air on your face while you’re driving by the seaside. Bring along some yummy food and spend a day checking out one of the lovely beaches near Brindisi. Picturesque options include:
Spiaggia di Penna Grossa (11 miles away).
L’Isoletta (16 miles away).
Torre Pozelle (17 miles away).
Making your way to Brindisi to finally see Monument to Italian Sailors and Museo Archeologico Provinciale Francesco Ribezzo? Now that’s what we call a dream road trip! But you’ll need to consider exactly how you’ll get about. Driving in this bustling metropolis can be daunting, so go for a smaller vehicle, like a compact or an economy car. You’ll be zipping past stalled traffic and snapping up car spaces like you lived there your whole life. If you’d prefer to leave the driving for outside the city, that’s OK with us too. Rent something a little roomier and more comfortable, like an SUV, and discover the cliffs of Puglia.
First of all, there’s a wide variety of both luxury and economy vehicles to rent in Brindisi. What you go with is largely dependent on your funds as well as what you plan to do. Specialty vehicles are hard to beat if you’re all about mod cons and comfort. If you’re splashing out, why not go for an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a stylish mid-size sedan? On the other hand, if you just need something to get you from A to B as economically as possible, you’re better off choosing an economy compact vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your wallet).
You’ll need to keep to the right when driving in Brindisi. On top of that, take some extra caution if it’s your first time in the driver’s seat here. Once you’re familiar with the roads, relax and enjoy the scenery!
Finding a parking spot in Brindisi is a piece of cake. You won’t need to drive around the block in heavy traffic here — and that’s why the locals love it. There’s plentiful on and off-street parking available.
One of the best things about escaping to a smaller city is lighter traffic, so you won’t need to stress too much about peak-hour gridlock. With a population of around 78,500, you can expect a smooth Brindisi driving experience.
Speed limits vary throughout Brindisi, but typically range from 50km/h to 130km/h. Most residential roads have a top speed of 50km/h unless posted otherwise.
In most cases, your chosen car rental company will charge the amount of the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may share your contact information with the relevant local law enforcement agency so they can issue a fine straight to you.
Provided you have hands-free functions like Bluetooth enabled, you can use your cell phone while driving a car in Brindisi. But make sure you keep concentrating on the road.
In Brindisi, it is against the law to operate a vehicle with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of more than 0.05%. If you’re going to have a drink or two, it’d be wise to leave your car at your hotel.
Turning on a red light is illegal in Brindisi. Always be on the lookout for traffic signs and lights so that you don’t breach any traffic laws.
In short, yes. However, there are a couple of exceptions for certain vehicles used by public transportation systems.