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Mestre Venice Car Hire
 
 

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  • Venice Mestre Train Station
    Viale Stazione 10
    30171 Mestre Venice

    Mo. - Fr.08:30 - 12:30
     14:00 - 18:00
    Sa.08:30 - 12:30
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  • Venice Mestre Train Station

    Sixt Car Rental
    Viale Stazione 10
    30171 Mestre Venice

    Mo. - Fr.08:30 - 12:30
     14:00 - 18:00
    Sa.08:30 - 12:30

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles

Sixt Car Rental Mestre Venice, Italy

Sixt Car Hire in Mestre Venice is situated at the busy Mestre Venice station. The office is open six days a week, and as the station is open 24 hours, there is also a 24 hour return service for all hire cars. With a convenient and quick on line or in person booking system, and experienced staff on hand, the Car hire Mestre Venice office is an efficient and fast way to rent a cheap car for your stay in this lovely part of Italy. However, apart from the range of good quality economy cars, there is also a range of bigger cars, estates, 4x4's, convertibles and sports cars. At Car hire Mestre Venice there is also a seven person people carrier and a mini bus, and a range of deals for unlimited mileage, SAT NAV's, extra driver, under 25 insurance and LDW's, that give Car Rental at Mestre Venice the ability to cater for every driving requirement. Just bring your passport and credit card to the Station office at Mestre Venice and you will be on your way in no time.

Things to see near Mestre Venice with a car

Connected to many roads, the Venice Mestre station is a gateway to some lovely countryside. Take a drive to the town of Vicenza where, with a car you can drive to some the villas in the surrounding countryside built by the famous renaissance architect Palladio who is from Vicenza. Then drive to the town itself where over 23 buildings were designed by him. Or for a beautiful easy tour, take a leisurely drive up the pretty Brenta Canal towards Padua, where, along the 'Brenta Riviera' there are also some lovely buildings. Some are open to the public, and there are also some lovely gardens to view. Stop for lunch, then perhaps continue on to the atmospheric old, medieval walled town of Padua. With a photo opportunity everywhere, find time to see the Botanical Gardens, which are the one of the oldest in Europe. Another 'must see' is the 'Basilica di Sant' Antonio'. Here you will also find famous frescoes by 'Giotto' in the 'Scrovegni chapel.