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Hyundai Starex

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Renault Scenic

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Ford Clubwagon 12 Seater

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Unearth the Treasures of Italy

There are so many reasons to visit Italy, with historic cities, picturesque countryside, glorious coastlines, mountains, lakes, incredible food and wine; the list seems endless. Hiring a minivan in Italy is a great way to get the most out of your visit, with a network of highways (autostrade) taking you through the heart of Italy’s most spectacular scenery. Collect your minivan on arrival at Rome Fiumicino International Airport (FCO), Florence Peretola Airport (FLR) or Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and let your Italian adventure begin.

Any visitor to Italy should spend some time in Rome, the nation’s capital, often referred to as the 'Eternal City’. Packed full of famous historic sites that includes Vatican City and Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, as well as the great Roman architecture of the Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, it is the ideal city break location. From Rome, you can drive south to Naples and the beautiful Amalfi Coastline. Amalfi Drive is a road literally carved into the rock that takes you on a succession of hairpin bends along Italy’s most scenic stretch of coastline. Starting in Sorrento, the road passes through the picturesque towns of Ravello and Positano on the way to Salerno. Take time to visit Mount Vesuvius and the ruined city of Pompeii, and don’t forget to try some of the world’s finest Neapolitan pizza in Naples.

North of Rome, nothing beats driving your minivan in the beautiful region of Tuscany. Spend a few days in the Tuscan capital of Florence, a city full of great history, art and architecture, including Brunelleschi’s domed cathedral, the Santa Maria del Fiore, or The Duomo and the Uffizi Gallery. From Florence, you can drive to Pisa, known for its iconic leaning tower, or to Siena, a picturesque university town where you can spend a relaxing afternoon in the beautiful town square. Take a drive along the Via Chiantigiana, or the ‘wine road’, which leads you through the very centre of the Chianti region and some of Italy’s most famous wine producers.

ItalyIn northern Italy you will find yourself in the stylish city of Milan. Admire the style and glamour of the boutiques of Quadrilatero d'Oro, or 'rectangle of gold'. From Milan, it is just a three-hour drive, via Verona, to Venice. Driving a car in Venice is not possible for obvious reasons, but there are plenty of parking opportunities outside the city. Venice is a city to be explored on foot or by boat, and you can enjoy hours of wandering alongside canals, relaxing in glorious piazzas such as St Marks Square, or taking a ride on a Gondola. The city of Bologna is also well worth a visit, not least for its wonderful collection of paintings by famed local artist Morandi.

On Italy’s eastern coastline, sits the glamorous Italian Riviera. Drive along the Aurelian Way (Via Aurelia), where highlights include the rugged villages of Cinque Terre and the fabulously chic town of Portofino, one of the most exclusive spots along this stretch of the Ligurian coastline. Wherever you travel in Italy, you will be captivated by its magnificent history, natural beauty and its warm and welcoming culture, so explore at your leisure with one of our Italy minivan rentals.

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Minivan Hire

Minivans, multi-purpose vehicles (MPV’s), people-carriers or people-movers are the ideal rental choice in Italy for people looking to transport large families, groups of 5, 7 or more. An MPV will give you and your passengers more space and comfort, are usually designed with larger dimensions and make smart use of their interior space. Ideal for long journeys, day trips or transporting business executives, the seats of a minivan are generally located higher than in smaller cars, providing a more upright seating position and more leg and head room. Flexibility and versatility is the key to a good minivan, utilising cleverly designed folding seats that can be stowed or removed to create additional luggage space and allowing drivers to choose between 5 and 7 seats. The extra two seats are often more suitable for children and short journeys, though some larger models will feature three rows of seats that are genuinely comfortable for adults. Read on to find out which minivan is most suited to your driving needs.

Rent a Compact MPV

Hiring a smaller compact minivan is the most economical option, and when it comes to minivans, sometimes less is more. Being cheaper to rent than a large Minivan, and benefitting from lower fuel costs, a compact MPV is a sensible choice if you are watching your budget. The Chevrolet Zafira 5+2 seater rental is a smart choice for a small 7-person vehicle, as is the Citroen Picasso 5+2 seater. Choose the Peugeot Partner 5 or 7 seater for a reliable and economic minivan hire, or select the Renault Modus for a solid little mini MPV. Save money on your minivan by renting a diesel MPV, offering better fuel consumption and delivering more miles per gallon than a standard petrol engine. Find out what savings you can make on your gasoline costs when you drive your Ford Galaxy tdi diesel, the Volkswagen Touran automatic TDI or the Citroen C8 Tdi rental in Italy.

7 seater Minivan and Minibus Rentals in Italy

For seven or more adult passengers, a full size MPV or Minivan is the vehicle for you. The 7 seater Dodge Grand Caravan is a smart minivan whose clever ‘stow ‘n go’ seating allows you to interchange between people carrier and cargo van, whilst the Kia Sedona is a powerful and comfortable minivan for 7 persons that is fitted with an impressive V6 engine and 6 speed automatic transmission. The Ford Galaxy 7 seater MPV offers space, comfort and first-rate driving, whilst the roomy Volkswagen Sharan is ideal for any family vacation or road trip. If you want to know how much it costs to hire an 8 seater, then check out our range of 8 or 9 seater people carriers, such as the 8 seater Chevrolet Spin, the 9 person Fiat Scudo and the 12 seat Hyundai H1 minibus.

Luxury Minivan Hire

With a larger budget, you might be looking for a larger minivan that offers luxury, style, passenger comfort, versatility and excellent driving dynamics. The Citroen Berlingo benefits from a vast interior space, practical sliding rear doors and provides surprisingly enjoyable driving experience, whilst the refined Mercedes Viano MPV is always a popular premium people carrier. For luxury, power and a good fuel economy, the 7 seater Volkswagen Touran TDI may be the right MPV for you, or perhaps you want to hire a smart 9 seater van such as the automatic Mercedes Vito. Ensure that you and your passengers enjoy a truly comfortable ride with our luxury MPV and minivan rentals.

Automatic or Manual Minivan Rental in Italy

Choosing between automatic or manual transmission is a personal choice; some drivers prefer the extra control that manual shift gives you, whilst others prefer the ease of automatic gears, especially for city driving. Some will opt for a manual transmission as it is thought to be more fuel-efficient than an automatic, though in fact nowadays the differences are often negligible. In the US and much of Europe, automatic cars are often standard, and to drive a manual you will have to specifically request a stick shift car, whilst manual transmission remains the norm in the UK. For a reliable automatic minivan, the 7 seat Kia Sedona is a good choice, as is the Chrysler Grand Voyager automatic and the Automatic Toyota Previa. Try the Renault Grand Espcace with Sat Nav if you want a well-equipped manual MPV, or the manual 8 seater Toyota Quantum for a comfortable and reliable passenger van.

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