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26/02 Lun 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
27/02 Mar 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
28/02 Mer 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
29/02 Gio 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
01/03 Ven 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
02/03 Sab 09:00 - 14:00; 15:00 - 18:00
Rental car in Bolzano
Looking for a car rental in Bolzano? You are in the right place. You can discover the city, on board of a Sicily by Car vehicle, all its beauties around, easily and safe
How to reach our office
The car rental office Sicily by Car is located in the city and, precisely, at 10/H, Viale Galileo Galilei. To return your car you can follow
the signs to reach us
from where you are.
Our office in Bolzano offers a wide range of options for your car rental. If you need space, you can have a station wagon or a 9-seater minibus, but you will also find
the ideal car for all other needs: private cars, SUVs, luxury cars, commercial vans and even electric vehicles. Charging of electric vehicles at our offices and parking in the city
blue stripes are both free! If you are not used to driving with a manual gearbox, you can choose from a wide selection of vehicles with automatic transmission. With our cars,
you can rediscover the pleasure of a dynamic and brilliant guide and visit in absolute freedom not only every corner of the city but also its fascinating surroundings.
Can I rent a car with a debit card?
Yes, of course! In our rental car agency of Bolzano, you can rent a car even with a debit card. To offer a more flexible and attentive service to the needs of all our
customers, we have included this rental solution in our roster of services. Read our in-depth study that answers all your questions.
Car rental for novice drivers
The minimum age to rent a vehicle is 23 years, however, even customers under that age, between 19 and 22, can hire a car with the payment of a daily supplement. In any case,
it is necessary to have owned a driving licence for at least one year and one day. Read the complete policy about this.
Are you looking for a rental car for one month, two months, or maybe extend your rental up to 90 days? Evaluate our limited mileage monthly rental formula.
Enjoy your travel experience without missing anything! In our offices, you can rent accessories such as children seats for all ages, snow chains and other extras or subscribe to one of
our optional covers to protect yourself from unpleasant events that are not included in the standard rental. Read our offers and evaluate those tailored for you.
How much does a car cost?
Car rental is a complex product and the price for renting a car in Bolzano is affected by many variables, including seasonality and the type of vehicle requested.
You might find it useful to start reading our tips for an informed rental decision. However, we would also like to give you some useful price indications to help you
Take for example the rental of a small car for a single day, with a vehicle category that falls into group B. In the off-peak season, in October/November
and January/February, the cost of the rental starts from a minimum of € 10 per a maximum of 25 €. In midseason (December, March, April) from € 20 to € 35. May to September
is the peak season and the cost is between € 35 and € 50.
|Off peak season
The Tyrol of our home
Bozen, as the locals call it, is the capital of Trentino Alto Adige and the gateway to the Dolomites. Nestled in the mountains this delightful town is the sum of a border past, where
you can breathe the air of neighbouring Austria that has profoundly influenced not only the customs and uses but also the language.
For everyone who loves the mountains, pristine air, long walks, snow-covered valleys and picturesque Christmas landscapes, Bolzano is an obligatory stop between flowered balconies and
slate stone sloping roofs.
Bolzano, a destination at the foot of the mountains
Bolzano rises on an alpine plateau at the foot of the Dolomites and, as such, enchants the visitor for the places of uncontaminated beauty.
The city comes across as a small jewel, nestled in the mountains, rich in greenery and rivers. The heart of the city is Piazza Walther, elegant for its nineteenth-century
architecture, historic cafés, streetlights and fascinating galleries, and homonymous central statue. This square hosts the famous Christmas merchant every year, an
international tourist destination, flooding it with stalls, colours, lights, perfumes, flavours and music. Right here is the city's Cathedral, dedicated to
Santa Maria Assunta, in Romanesque-Gothic style. The peculiarity of this building is its splendid majolica roof while inside you can admire the fourteenth-century frescoes
and a wooden crucifix.
A few steps away is the Dominican Church, built in 1272 and enriched by extraordinary frescoes of Giotto's school in the two chapels of San Giovanni and Santa Caterina.
Continuing the tour, a few hundred metres away, you will find the mediaeval Piazza delle Erbe, a historic place of trade and commerce still today home to the daily market
of fruit, vegetables and food that crowds during the day this place full of scents and genuine local products. In the centre of the square is the beautiful Fountain of Neptune
and along the perimeter historical buildings such as Palazzo Mercantile and the Old Town Hall. The spiritual interests were instead cultivated in the nearby
Franciscan convent, to be visited to enjoy the beautiful fourteenth-century cloister in Gothic style.
From the square, take via dei Portici, an ancient street, typical and renowned for its late Gothic buildings with windowed balconies called bovindi.
A short distance away you will find, along a small cross, Piazza del Grano where the past peaks in the toponymy: here in fact the wheat was weighed in the house of the
Weigh that brings back the frescoes in the building's façade.
If after the walk you want to refuel, try via dei Bottai, the place par excellence of Bolzano catering identified by the many wrought iron signs on the premises.
For any reason whatsoever, do not miss a genuine slice of the typical local dessert, the apple strudel accompanied by fresh cream.
At the end of the break, you will be ready for the South Tyrol Archaeological Museum where Otzi, the oldest natural mummy ever discovered is located. It was discovered
accidentally by a couple of mountaineers in 1991, a discovery of extraordinary historical value to study life during the copper age.
The territory of Bolzano is famous not only for its beautiful landscapes but also for the numerous castles that are located in the surroundings. About 40 km from the city, and therefore
easily accessible with your rental car, we cite Roncolo Castle surrounded by greenery and located on a rocky outcrop, also nicknamed the Illustrated Manor for the exceptional
richness of the frescoes on the walls: court life, knightly tournaments, hunting scenes, family life, receptions and courteous love, a cross-section of mediaeval traditions and customs that
are more represented than ever in these places.