Car Hire Perugia Railway Station-Piazzale Vittorio Veneto 4

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Perugia Railway Station-Piazzale Vittorio Veneto 4

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Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1500-1900
Sa 0830-1300
Su closed
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Piazzale Vittorio Veneto 4, 6124

Telephone: +39 075 5002439

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Hertz at Perugia Railway Station-Piazzale Vittorio Veneto 4

Fontivegge railway station serves the city of Perugia in Italy's central Umbria region. It stands on the main-line between Florence and Rome. The 19th-century station stands on one side of Piazza Vittorio Veneto about two miles to the west of the city centre. This means it is helpful to hire a car at Perugia Railway Station so you can visit the city and the surrounding area. The station building itself is worth a quick look: it's a grand arrangement of arches, columns, antique wooden benches and mosaic maps. There's even a Roman sculpture. Slightly more modern facilities include an underground car park, bus station and link with the metro service and easy access to the A6 motorway.

If you have a hire car Perugia Railway Station it's easy to explore Umbria's capital city. The old centre covers a hilltop and is packed with medieval buildings, streets and alleys. Houses perch on the slopes overlooking picturesque valleys below. Highlights include the Palazzo dei Priori, a sort of 13th-century town hall, and the ancient basilica Cathedral of San Lorenzo. You'll wander squares with fountains, well-worn steps winding up the hillsides and find quirky little churches everywhere. It's a good base for touring the rest of Umbria too. The A6 motorway passes the city and it's a short drive to other attractions like Lake Trasimeno and the religious town of Assisi.