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Rent a car or van at Bologna Via Boldrini with Europcar
If you want to begin your adventures as soon as you arrive in the north of Italy, hiring a car makes perfect sense. Europcar Bologna Via Boldrini is conveniently located in the heart of the city not far from Piazza Dei Martiri. It’s also just 200 metres from Bologna Central Station making us the ideal choice for those arriving to the city via train.
The Europcar car hire experience at Bologna Via Boldrini
When you hire a car from Bologna Via Boldrini via our three-step online booking process, you can expect a service that’s as friendly as it is efficient. We’ll get you on the road as soon as possible and, with our flexible car hire solutions, you can rent a vehicle for as long as you please.
As all drivers have their own preferences, we offer a wide range of new, comfortable vehicles with both manual and automatic cars being readily available. Our fleet consists of eco-friendly rides such as the Fiat Panda as well as the family-friendly Peugeot 3008.
In need of a small commercial van or something a little larger such as the Renault Master T33 which can hold over 3000 kilograms? Then browse our van selection and book the vehicle of your choice.
While hiring a car from Bologna Via Boldrini may be the most convenient option for you, feel free to drop it back at any of our stations to avoid retracing your route unnecessarily.
Discover Bologna and surroundings by car
Explore the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy at your own leisure passing by many top attractions such as the Museum of the History of Bologna or Piazza Maggiore where you’ll find a host of tempting cafes and restaurants which are pulsing with life all year round.
The local menus are divine and when you’re done with sampling the best dishes, why not wander the beautiful old streets of Quadrilatero – Bologna’s ancient market where you’ll find a host of boutique stalls selling all kinds of delicacies? You can even top up on spices to bring home!
A stroll along the Portico of San Luca – which connects the historic centre with the sensational San Luca Sanctuary – is also a great way to spend an afternoon and by night, Piazza Santo Stefano is a relaxing place to watch the sun go down.
If you want to see what else Italy has to offer, you may also decide to take a two hour journey north to Tuscany where you can explore the culturally rich and visually impressive capital, Florence. Alternatively, head north-east for a gondola ride in Venice or make your way to the stunning city of Verona where you can relax by Lake Garda or wander dreamily around Piazza Bra’s Roman amphitheatre. Why not also take a slow drive north-west to the fashion capital of Milan for a spot of retail therapy?
Driving in Bologna
In Italy, people drive on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left, so take extra care if you’re from a country where this is reversed.
Bologna is a tourist hotspot and lively city, so expect traffic to be heavy especially during the early morning commute to work (approximately 7-9am) and the evening commute (approximately 5-7pm).
There are ample places to leave your car with cheaper parking lots situated on the outskirts of the city. Parking typically becomes more expensive the closer you get to the centre. It’s also important to note that the historical centre is a TLZ zone which means parking and driving are both prohibited unless you’re a permit holder.