Palermo Car Hire Sicily
Last Updated: 20th February, 2019
City Car Rentals will compare the car hire prices in Palermo to get you the Best Car Hire deals. We guarantee the cheapest Car Hire in Palermo Sicily from Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Sixt, Thrifty and Europcar. Car Rentals available at Palermo Airport officially know as Falcone–Borsellino Airport or in Palermo City Centre including Palermo Centrale railway station. Other car hire locations in Sicily are Catania Airport, Trapani Airport.
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Volkswagen Polo Diesel
Seats 5 passengers with 5 doors. Storage for 2 bags, manual transmission, air conditioning choose petrol or diesel
Seats 5 passengers comfortably Storage for 2 bags, 3 or 5 door models available, manual transmission and conditioning.
BMW 2 Series Active Tourer
Seats up to 5 passengers comfortably along with 3 bags and 5 doors. This is an ideal vehicle for touring Sicily in Comfort. Automatic Transmission and air-conditioning
Where To Rent A Car In Sicily
Sicily - Agrigento c/o Hotel Amici, Via Acrone nr. 5 (Piaza Stazione), Agrigento, 92100, Sicilia
Sicily - Caltanissetta Via Maddelena Calafato 41, Caltanissetta, 93100, Sicilia
Sicily - Capo D'Orlando Via Messina, 16, Capo D'Orlando
Sicily - Catania Piazza Giovanni Verga, Catania, Sicily
Sicily - Catania Airport FONTANAROSSA AIRPORT - In Terminal, Catania, Cantania
Sicily - Cefalu Via Roma 123,, Cefalu, Cefalu
Sicily - Cinisi Contrada Scalette snc, Cinisi-Palermo, 90045, Sicilia
Sicily - Comiso Contrada Bellona Snc
Sicily - Enna Aeroporto di Bolzano, Bolzano BZ, 39100, IT
Sicily - Gela CIRCONVALLAZIONE G VERGA 100/104, GELA,SICILY, 93012
Sicily - Giardini Di Naxos Via Recanati ,21, Giardini Di Naxos, 98030, Sicilia
Sicily - Melilli via Luigi Einaudi, 6/10, Terrasini
Sicily - Messina Via Vittorio Emanuele II 75, Messina, Sicily
Sicily - Milazzo Via Dei Mille 32, Milazzo-Messina, I-98057, Sicily
Sicily - Palermo Via Mariano stabile, 6.a, Palermo, Sicily
Sicily - Palermo Airport Palermo Punta Raisi Airport, Palermo, Sicily
Sicily - Palermo Fiat Center spare
Sicily - Palermo Train Station c/o Stazione Ferroviaria Notarbartolo Piazza, Palermo,Sicilia
Sicily - Pozzallo Via Dell'arno, 10
Sicily - Pozzallo Port C/o Porto Turistico
Sicily - Ragusa Via Archimede N. 192, by Rivendita Autorizzata Piaggio, Ragusa, Sicily
Sicily - Sciacca Via Vittorio Emanuele 9, Sciacca, 92019
Sicily - Siracusa Via Pausania N.6, Siracusa, Sicily
Sicily - Taormina Via Apollo Arcageta,, Taormina, 4- 98039, Taormina
Sicily - Trapani c/o Stazione Marittima, o Di Trapani, Sicily
Sicily - Trapani - Mazara Del Vallo Via Salemi 101a, Mazzara del Vallo, 91026
Sicily - Trapani - Selinunte c/o Hotel Paradise Beach, Contrada Belice di Mare, Castelvetrano, Sicilia
Sicily - Trapani Airport c/o Stazione Marittima, Porto di Trapani, Trapani, Sicily
Sicily - Vittoria Via G. Cavestro 1, Vittoria
Sicily -Trapani Santa Vito Lo Capo Via Amodeo. 15, San Vito Lo Capo, 91010
Sicily -Trapani Seaport Via 1 Dorsale Z.I.R., Trapani, 91100
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Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and of huge historical importance - the earliest evidence of inhabitants is dated at around 8000BC. Sicily is known for being an island of charm, nostalgia and a laidback approach to life. Its most prominent landmark is Mount Etna, which is at 3,320 m (10,890 ft) the tallest active volcano in Europe and one of the most active in the world. Situated on the northwest of the island, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, Palermo city is one of the most beautiful cities on the island, recognised internationally for its culture, architecture, history and food. Palermo enjoys a typical warm Mediterranean climate and the city is surrounded by two trails of ancient walls.
Must see attractions in Palermo Sicily
In Palermo, make sure you visit the Cathedral, with its various architectural styles, and the San Giovanni degli Eremiti with its beautiful red domes, reminiscent of the city’s Arab influence. The San Cataldo church on the Piazza Bellini is an excellent example of Norman architecture, while the Chiesa della Martorana displays a beautiful baroque façade. The Palazzo dei Normanni, one of the most beautiful Italian palaces houses the famous Cappella Palatina, and the Palazzo Abatellis, houses the Regional Gallery.
The Regional Archeological Museum Antonio Salinas is one the main museums of Italy: it includes numerous remains from Etruscan, Carthaginian and Roman civilizations and houses the decorations from famous Sicilian temples. Also visit the amazing Capuchin Catacombs, where you can view a selection of mummified corpses in varying degrees of preservation. Music lovers will adore the Teatro Massimo. Opened in 1897, the building has undergone major restoration and refurbishment and is now home to a busy programme of events.
Recommended scenic drives in Sicily
Renting a car in Palermo is essential if you want to make the most of what Sicily has to offer. Pick your hire car up at Palermo airport and take a tour of the glorious hilly countryside around Caltanissetta in central Sicily. Mount Etna is probably one of the most famous and awe-inspiring attractions on Sicily. Take a drive for a guided tour of this natural marvel, making sure you visit the Hundred Horse Chestnut - it may seem a strange choice, but the slope of Mount Etna is home to the oldest chestnut tree in the world, dated between 2000 and 4000 years old!
If you’d like to go further afield, visit the Zingaro Natural Reserve – the island’s first natural reserve - to take a walk along the 7km of beautiful, unspoilt beach, pretty bays and cliffs. The reserve boasts an easy-to-follow network of paths, shelters, water taps, picnic areas, museums and a car park. If you love history, then why not list the various ancient temples and ruins that you would like to visit, such as the Greek temple at Selinunte and the Greek-Roman theatre at Taormina, and complete a self-drive tour of ancient sites? To see what the other end of the island is like, head out to the natural wonder of Scala dei Turchi; an unrivalled rocky cliff on the coast of Realmonte, near Porto Empedocle, southern Sicily. Peaceful and beautiful, it’s the perfect get away from it all sun-drenched spot for those seeking relaxation.