The Valerio Catullo airport in Verona, located about 12 kilometres from the city centre near the town of Villafranca di Verona, hosts both domestic and international flights
and operates in a strategic position to reach important provinces of northern Italy (Brescia, Mantua, Rovigo, Vicenza, Trento, Bolzano and of course Verona itself).
How to reach our office
Renting a car in Verona is practical and immediate, just exit the airport building and you will find on your left the Rent-a-car building where our office is located.
When you have to bring the vehicle back it will be enough to follow these directions starting from where you are and you will arrive smoothly.
At Verona airport, you will find a wide selection of cars available, including convertibles, luxury cars, 9-seater minibuses and commercial
vans. Furthermore, electric vehicles are the best choice if you want to visit the historic centre of Genoa and not stray too far from the city. Access to the
charging stations of our stations is free. Are you not used to driving with a manual gearbox? Our fleet includes a wide range of vehicles with automatic
transmission, you only have to choose one!
Rental car for novice driver
Age is not a problem, young drivers from the age of 19 and who have obtained their driving licence for at least a year and a day, can access the
car rental with the daily Young Driver supplement.
Monthly rental car
If you need a vehicle for more than 26 days, consider our monthly limited-mileage rates! Our monthly rental is ideal for a minimum of 30 days up to
a maximum of three months. The available ranges are 1,500, 2,500 and 4,000 km per month.
In this office, we offer a rental service for extra accessories (child seats, snow chains ...) to perfectly assist your car rental experience! Furthermore, our
optional coverage will protect you from any eventuality not covered by the standard coverage included in each rental. Book in advance our additional services,
your safety is priceless!
After hour returns
At Verona, you can return your rental car even after office hours. There is a practical key box service that allows you to drop the vehicle keys and a copy of the rental
agreement in a dedicated box during office closing hours.
Cost information about a car rental in Verona
A car rental's cost from one of our offices in Italy is determined not only by the type of vehicle selected but also by seasonality. Precise price developments
can be identified according to the period of the year chosen. In the off-peak season (October, November, January, February) the rates will be much lower than in the mid-season
(December, March, April) and especially compared to the peak season (from May to September) when the costs are influenced by the increase in the demand for cars due to the
significant tourist flows in the cities of art and the main Italian tourist destinations.
Our car rental offices in Verona airport, a city located in the heart of the region, will allow you to explore the entire Veneto territory and
to spread between art, culture, landscape, traditions and food and wine satisfying your every desire.
You are in an ancient land where peasant wisdom intertwines with the highest expressions of classical art. Start the engines, let's go!
Juliet's balcony in Verona
In 1596, William Shakespeare wrote the most famous tragedy in the world: Romeo and Juliet. Today, there is a balcony in Verona, in via Cappello 23
which is a symbol of universal love, and has told the sad story between Capulets and Montagues for centuries: that balcony really saw Juliet appear because here, in this place,
she really lived and it is here that millions of tourists every year visit the Gothic building of the thirteenth century.
The Arena of Verona
Verona will also welcome you in a big, immense legendary embrace: that of its extraordinary Arena, a place of history, art, culture and music. Born in Roman times as an
amphitheatre to host the games of the gladiators, the Arena of Verona, continued to host events and parties until it became, under Scaliger domination, a place
of justice for heretics at the stake. The centrality of the building, located in Piazza Bra in the old town, has always made it a point of reference not only for citizens and
tourists but also for the international events it hosts: from here all the greatest tenors and the most famous orchestras in the world have passed. If you understand, we strongly
suggest you attend a concert in the Arena, a show not to be missed!
Along the Adige, the river that crosses the city you will arrive at Castelvecchio, the fortress wanted by Cangrande della Scala as a bulwark and escape route
in case of popular riots. The castle, now beautifully restored after the bombings of 1945, looks like an imposing structure used both for private and military use with a long
crossing bridge that starts from the Torre del Mastio.
Today the fortress is home to the museum of mediaeval art where you can admire paintings by Mantegna, Rubens and other great masters.
The old town
Continuing on the banks of the Adige we will pass from profane to sacred, with the Church of San Zeno, a wonderful example of Romanesque architecture and a
treasure chest of the Pala di San Zeno, one of Mantegna's most admired works in the world.
Legend has it that the saint, whose remains still rest in this place, avoided the Church's flooding during the flood of 589 AD.
Verona looks like a small mediaeval jewel, so expect, especially in its old town, narrow streets and arcades, noble palaces, ancient churches and wonderful squares. Three of them
are emblematic of the City: Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza Bra and Piazza dei Signori.
Piazza delle Erbe is in the beating heart of the city, a historic square that gathers its citizens under the colourful umbrellas and the stalls of the fruit and vegetable market.
It is a triumph of colours and scents that frame the buildings of this spectacular place: the Palazzo della Ragione, the Torre del Lamberti, the Casa del Mazzanti up to the Casa
dei Mercanti with its beautiful loggia, today home to the bank of Verona.
Piazza dei Signori, or Piazza Dante: immediately adjacent to Piazza Erbe and almost its natural evolution under the Signoria Scaligera. Witness the numerous
mediaeval palaces and buildings that frame it from the Palazzo del Capitano to the Palazzo del Podestà, next to which is the loggia of the Council and the beautiful church of
Santa Maria Antica dating back to the early Middle Ages with its Scaliger Arches, a funerary complex of Gothic art destined to house the remains of the powerful family.
And again Piazza Bra, a huge square where the Arena stands out and where the neoclassical Palazzo Barbieri is located and is the current seat of the Municipality
of Verona. But Verona does not end here, you are in the homeland of Amarone, a precious red wine, of soft Pandoro, of majestic boiled meats. Walking through narrow streets and
galleries you will be spoiled for choice between old inns and typical trattorias ready to welcome even the finest of gourmets.
The surroundings of Verona
With your rental car picked up at Verona airport, you will have all the comforts to visit the surroundings of the city in absolute freedom.
Then get ready for the Sigurtà Garden Park, one of the largest and most beautiful parks in Europe. The natural oasis is located in Valeggio sul Mincio,
near Lake Garda.
Its origin is very ancient: the original plant dates back to the fifteenth century as a private park linked to the events of the aristocratic families who owned it.
Here you will have the opportunity to admire a real explosion of flowers and an immense variety of trees and vegetation that enrich the 60 hectares of park embellished
also by a castle, a tower and a temple and an imaginative labyrinth typical of Italian gardens.
From here the passage to Garda and its lake - the largest in Italy - is short. Admired by tourists, especially during the summer season, the lakefront
offers unique and enchanting views.
We only suggest two iconic locations: Sirmione and Torbole. The first, a destination for visitors from all over the world, is a peninsula of incredible
historical and artistic heritage. Villas, churches, monuments and even a castle since Roman times have made Sirmione a place of fame and prestige.
If you love water sports and surfing then Torbole is the place for you. A small and delightful ancient village where the taste of history blends perfectly
with a young, dynamic and international atmosphere.
You are in an area of extraordinary cultural and artistic interest and Mantua is the undisputed queen of history and beauty, so a visit to the Doge's Palace
is inevitable, where, commissioned by the Gonzaga family, Andrea Mantegna gave us the Camera degli Sposi and Palazzo Tè, another building of immeasurable artistic value.
Leave the Vicenza area as icing on the cake, here the Palladian villas will enchant you with their neoclassical perfection, the purity of the architectural geometries
intertwines with the beauty of the landscape giving life to an imperishable style still appreciated by the most important architects in the world.