WHERE CAN I BOOK A RENTAL CAR IN BRESCIA?
You will not be able to fly directly to Brescia, the closest airports where you can land are:
Gabriele D’Annunzio – Montichiari Airport 20 km away
Verona Villafranca Airport 50 km away
Bergamo airport 50 km
Milan Linate Airport 100 Km
Milan Malpensa Airport 150 km
In all these airports we have a great offer with the main car rental agencies without a driver, all you have to do is go to the arrivals terminal to pick up your vehicle.
BRESCIA, VISIT THE SECOND LARGEST CITY IN THE LOMBARDY REGION
Brescia is located in the Lombardy region, has a population of approximately 195,000 inhabitants, a destination full of history with a lot of charm. Its geographical location is very peculiar since it is located at the bottom of a valley known by the name of Val Trompia.
Brescia not only offers a great heritage, it is also an important industrial center in northern Italy, in this town we not only rent vacation cars, we also have a very varied fleet so that you can have a rental vehicle in Brescia if your trip is for business.
Brescia, like the vast majority of Italian cities, have a very ancient history with a rich past thanks to the different cultures that left their mark, from the Romans onwards, this wealth over the centuries has allowed Brescia to be a benchmark heritage in the Lombardy region.
If you want to get to know its heritage better, we recommend you visit some of these places in Brescia, Piazza della Loggia, where its citizens come to life and where you can see an architectural ensemble from the Renaissance, where the Loggia building stands out. Other places of interest are the Plaza de la Victoria and the Plaza de Pablo IV where the city’s cathedral, built in the 11th century, is located. The New Cathedral has one of the largest domes in Italy.
HOW TO TRAVEL BY ROAD WITH A RENTAL VEHICLE FROM BRESCIA?
Traveling by car: The connections with all of northern Italy are very good, you can easily move with a rental car through the following communication routes:
From Milan: head towards the A51, then the A4/E64 exit Venice, continue to Brescia where you will find several directions to reach the city center.
From Venice: Drive A13/Bologna/Padua to SS309/Ravenna, then A57 for Milan/Bologna and A4 to Brescia.
From Mantua: Take the A22/E45 to Brennero/Milan/Venice, then the E70/A4 towards Milan/Venice/Verona South to the Milan/Brescia connection between the A4/E70.
From Parma: take the A1/E35 and then the A21/E70.
From Cremona: A21 motorway exit Brescia East
From Turin: drive on the A21 motorway, passing through Piacenza, then take the direction of Brescia, you will have to exit at Brescia East.