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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz in Lecce

With so many ornate old palaces and churches, Italians often call Lecce the ‘Florence of the south’. It’s not just an attraction in its own right though, Lecce serves as the main base to explore the beaches, hill towns and olive groves of Puglia.

So you can explore the picturesque city and the wider Puglia region, our car hire pick-up location is conveniently located in the heart of Lecce.

Don’t forget our best-price promise applies here like in all our offices - and we provide a free 24-hour helpline if you need us.

Pickup Locations Lecce

  • Lecce-Via Presta 29

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1300 1500-1900, Sa 0800-1300, Su closed

    Address:Via Presta 29

    Phone:39-0832-228848

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A quick guide to Lecce

Lecce is the jewel at the heart of Italy’s fabulous Puglia region. It’s a city that’s perfect to wander. The quiet streets are full of classic baroque architecture, with little pavement cafes and family-run restaurants. And it is surrounded by the fascinating attractions of the rest of Puglia.

A step back into the old town

Follow the signs to Centro Storico to find the heart of the old town of Lecce. It’s a maze of little lanes between white stone buildings that open out into grand public squares. At the central square, you can also discover a Roman amphitheatre below the ground level of the piazza and the statue of the city's first bishop on top of a tall stone column.

Look out for the Basilica di Santa Croce, which showcases fabulous baroque carvings. The prosperity of the 17th century left a legacy of stone cherubs on buildings everywhere throughout Lecce.

Awe-inspiring architecture

Thanks to the beautiful baroque buildings across this metropolis, Lecce offers a sense of uniqueness when compared to the neighbouring cities in southern Italy. Using a style known as the ‘barocco leccese’, 17th century architects turned the city into the architectural masterpieces you see today.

Under the stewardship of designer Giuseppe Zimbalob, the Basilica di Santa Croce was built over 250 years ago, with the stonemasons work being up there with the finest in the city. The impressive façade is matched by the renaissance inspired interior too – just don't forget to take your camera.

Another must-see is the Chiesa dei SS Nicolò e Cataldo Lecce. Originally built by the Normans, it was revamped in the 18th century but still has the Romanesque features which make it such a prominent part of Lecce's architectural backdrop.

Exploring the Puglian region

With your hire car in Lecce, you'll easily be able to access the sandy beaches on the Adriatic and Ionian Sea, with the nearest beach to the city being at San Cataldo. This little fishing village has a humble sandy strip but even better is the lovely bay at Otranto a short drive down the coast. This cathedral city has a marvellous old waterfront and beaches.

A short drive to the west is the pretty little town of Gallipoli, which is linked to the mainland by a tiny causeway. Cross this to discover the atmospheric old port and narrow streets huddled behind ancient walls with a busy marina and small sandy beaches.

To the north is the bigger city of Brindisi, once the main Roman Imperial port for controlling trade and travelling to the east. Explore the ancient waterfront to find 800-year-old fortifications, and potter among the narrow streets and you’ll probably stumble upon the beautiful Romanesque Cathedral.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.