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Car rental Venice
Car rental Venice

Renowned throughout the world for its exquisite gondolas, charming hotels, café culture and mystifying attractions, Venice is a true gem in Italy, a country of an embarrassment of riches when it comes to tourism. Cheap car hire in Venice Downtown is the cheapest form of transport for guests to the city.

The city is located in two distinct parts. The more modern part of town is located along the coastline of northeastern Italy, whereas the historical centre of Venice is located upon the island less than one kilometre off its mainland region. The island and mainland are connected via the Ponte della Liberta. Car hire in Venice Downtown is available for transporting back and forth across the bridge.

In the city, it is possible to get around and see many of the sites using a variety of different methods of transport. Buses are found in the city, but are not commonly used. Car rental in Venice Downtown is provided, and gondolas, which travel the watery lanes of the city’s canal network is also quite common.

Tourism is a massive part of the Venice culture. Without this industry, Venice would be challenged significantly. The sites worth seeing in the city include Rialto Bridge, La Fenice, La Baroque Ce’ Rezzonico and Doge’s Palace.

The airport is lcoatd on the mainland side of the city, just a few kilometres from the bridge that connects Venice. The airport is known locally as Marco Polo International Airport, and receives a large number of tourists every year. There is a central train station in Venice, just as visitors cross the bridge.