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Car hire Brindisi Airport

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Car hire at Brindisi Airport

Car hire at Brindisi Airport

Brindisi Airport (BDS), also known as Aeroporto del Salento, is located in southern Italy, around 3 km from the seaport town of Brindisi. It serves the region of Puglia and is conveniently located close to a number of motorways.

What I need to know

Brindisi Airport car rental is easy, with many of the major operators having a presence at the airport. Use Holiday Autos to compare car hire and you will be sure to be getting the best price, as we compare rates from 1,500 car rental companies, as well as offer no credit card charges.

Where to pick up my car

The collection site varies depending on your car hire company, so make sure you locate their office in the terminal to find out where to get the keys for your vehicle so you can be on your way.

Mini

4 1
$18.31 /day

Economy

5 2
$22.07 /day

Suv

5 3
$32.80 /day

Luxury

5 5
$60.07 /day

7 Seater

7 1
$183.04 /day

9 Seater

9 3
$66.63 /day

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Testimonials

  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
    Diane T

Where to go

From Brindisi Airport you can head into Brindisi itself, a historical coastal town that is home to a number of important archaeological finds, as well as a picturesque sand dunes and beaches.

Nearby Brindisi Airport

Around 20 km up the coast is Area Marina Protetta di Torre Guaceto, a coastal marine nature reserve that is home to a defence tower dating back to the 16th century. 50 km to the south is Lecce, another historic city that is popular with tourists.

Longer drives

Head to Bari, around 113 km away, to explore its narrow streets, cafes and bars, or travel across the country to Taranto, another coastal city that boasts picturesque landscape. If you want a longer trip, consider Naples.

Eating and drinking

Italian food is a favourite for many and Brindisi's coastal location means restaurants often serve up seafood dishes, which are paid with wines sourced from local vineyards.

Things to do

Head to the seafront promenade to enjoy something to eat or drink with a sea view, or explore the shops that can be found in the winding streets.

Sightseeing

Brindisi is home to an impressive fortress - Aragones Castle - that dates back to 1491. There are also many Baroque-style churches to visit, or head out of the city to Torre Guaceto, a nature park with diverse wildlife.

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