Apulia car hire

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  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car hire locations in Apulia

    25 Locations

  • free2move

    Free2Move car hire locations in Apulia

    13 Locations

  • hertz

    Hertz car hire locations in Apulia

    13 Locations

  • leasys

    Leasys Rent car hire locations in Apulia

    12 Locations

  • maggiore

    MAGGIORE car hire locations in Apulia

    11 Locations

  • winrent

    Win Rent car hire locations in Apulia

    11 Locations

  • megadrive

    MEGADRIVE car hire locations in Apulia

    10 Locations

  • europcar

    Europcar car hire locations in Apulia

    9 Locations

  • keddy

    keddy by Europcar car hire locations in Apulia

    9 Locations

  • avis

    Avis car hire locations in Apulia

    8 Locations

  • budget

    Budget car hire locations in Apulia

    6 Locations

  • ecovia

    Ecovia car hire locations in Apulia

    4 Locations

Top tips for hiring a car in Apulia

  • Puglia/Apulia is a southern region that forms the heel of Italy’s boot. The capital is Bari, and it is a diverse and exciting region with incredible landscapes with mountains, huge coastal stretches, deep valleys and everywhere you go there is beautiful food. It’s a fantastic location for a car hire trip. There are so many places to visit that it would be difficult to do so by local transport alone, so travelling by car is a real plus here. Off the motorways, the roads can be quite narrow so a smaller, city-style car might be best if you want to get inland and explore the villages and higher regions. You’ll also want to visit the cities, so a parking-friendly car will be best.
  • You drive on the right in Puglia/Apulia and overtake on the left. This is the opposite of the UK system. It might be worth requesting an automatic car if you're not used to driving on the other side of the road. All passengers need to wear a seatbelt and children need to have a car seat. It’s worth checking if your car hire company can supply one or if you need to bring your own. Your car hire company also should ensure you have warning triangles and reflective jackets in the car, and you should always carry your passport or ID with you. You can drive on a UK or EU driving licence.
  • If you’re a foodie, a fantastic way to plan a route in Puglia/Apulia is to follow a food trail. The region is rightly celebrated for its incredible food so you could travel through it while visiting agritourism destinations, celebrated restaurants, famous food locations and more. A small amount of research in advance will reveal a bounty of food destinations in the region that are best reached by car.
  • The main toll roads or motorways are called AutoStrada and they have green signage and start with the letter E. So, in Puglia, you might be on the E55 between the cities of Foggia and Bari. When you enter the motorway, you take a ticket and then pay for your toll at the toll exit, depending on how far you have travelled. You will pay on average €9 per 100km (62 miles).

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