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Near Sicily Trapani Airport
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On the foot of Monte Erice lays Trapani with the historical port. The Old Town is worth a visit together with the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, Sant’Agostino or Palazzo Cavaretto.
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Sicily, the largest island in Mediterranean Sea, is a favourite destination with tourists from all over the world. This island is known for its beautiful beaches, historical monuments and ancient hilltop villages. Fun loving tourists have plenty to enjoy on this triangular shaped island. There are also a number of hotels, restaurants and shopping centres here. Car rental is considered to be the easiest way to see the island.
Sicilian hotels offer a very good quality of service to the guests. A number of tourist information centres are also established on whole and most of them can be found around the capital of Palermo. Enna, Marsala, Milazzo, Agrigento, Cefalu and Noto are some other places where you can easily find tourist information centres. The notable attractions of the island include the city of Palermo, the Capuchin Catacombs, Erice, Cefalu, Madonie Regional Park, Ionian Coast and many more. All these places are easily accessible through car hire solutions.
Palermo is the capital city of Sicily islands. This beautiful city is home to a number of historical sites. These include the Quattro Canti (Four Corners) and the Piazza Pretoria Square Fontana Pretoria which is a 250-year-old tiered fountain. Those who love theatres can spend their time at Teatro Massimo on the Piazza Giuseppe Verdi. The other attractive theatre of the city is Teatro Politeama Garibaldi on the Piazza Ruggero Settimo. Erice is located high up in the mountains of the island and is a beautiful medieval town. It offers visitors stunning views over the coastline. Cefalu, a small fishing village on the northern coastline of Sicily is known for its medieval streets, sandy beaches and lively nightlife. No matter what you choose to do, Sicily car hire can be the perfect way to get around and enjoy all the attractions.
The Parco Naturale Regionale delle Madonie or Madonie Regional Park is a park which covers an area of 98,850 acres. Visitors can enjoy trekking along the rugged coastal paths of the park and it is a great day out for all the family. The Pizzo Carbonara with a height of 1,980 metres, is the highest peak of this beautiful place. Catania is Sicily's second city and visitors can see a few impressive Roman amphitheatres, a fortress, a castle and a cathedral here. The Ionian Coast and Taormina are also among the popular and must visit places of Sicily.
Waiting for public transport can take precious time away from your holiday, so opt for Sicily car rental and go wherever you like, whenever you like.
Most car rentals offer extra options like baby/child seat/boosters, GPS, additional driver, luggage rack, snow chains or even Wifi. Check the detailed rental terms for the extra fee.Car rental address
Please click on the car rental suppliers logo for the exact pick up and drop off address.Currency
When traveling we advise to carry some Euros to avoid any unwanted surprises. At Sicily Trapani airport there are Money Exchange offices in order to change your local currency.Time zone
The local time code for Sicily is CEST.Weather
When traveling to Sicily make sure to check the local weather conditions in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises.Inhabitants
Sicily has approximately 5,077 million inhabitants.
[EST] Mon - Fri: 03:00 - 16:00 Sat - Sun : 03:00 - 11:00
[GMT] Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 16:00 Sat - Sun : 08:00 - 16:00
September 08, 2014