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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Brindisi is Brindisi Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Brindisi are Locauto, Sicily By Car, Alamo, Budget and Firefly.
Warmest month: January (16°C).
Coldest month: January (16°C).
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Hire a car in Brindisi
Resting on Italy’s heel, Brindisi is the county’s most notable eastern point of arrival and departure.
Gateway to the Puglia region, the harbour town has long been a transportation and trade gateway. Though quite made-over in comparison to many of Italy’s other ancient cities, it does retain an eighteenth century air about it and a trace of its Roman inheritance.
From its port, the town appears busy and commercial but if you take a step back, you’ll find it moves at a slightly slower pace. To complete your picture of Puglia, take to the road and drift up the coast while enjoying prime views of the Adriatic sea.
Sights to see
For years Brindisi was only known for its port, the gateway to Greece. Brindisi was always something of a destination people only ever passed through en route to Greece via Italy. However now days Brindisi is slowly starting to emerge as a destination in its own right. Explore it with a low cost car rental from easyCar.
Brindisi: Discover more
Brindisi is also a great base from which to explore the surrounding region, Ostuni is only 35 km north-west of Brindisi and its Arabic and Greek architecture attracts more and more visitors every year. Further north lies Alberobello, another little gem, with its famous trulli houses. If you do decide to stay in Brindisi itself be sure to visit the local Brindisi Archaeological Museum or the permanent exhibition of the bronze Greek statues rescued from the sea.