Italy car rental from just £13 per day this summer!
(TRAVPR.COM) UNITED KINGDOM - June 5th, 2012 - This July, ArgusCarHire.com is offering holidaymakers the inside track on Siena’s famous Palio horse race, with car rental in Rome airport from £17 per day and car hire in Milan from just £13 per day.
Dating back to the 14th century, Siena’s Palio horse race is considered to be one of Europe’s oldest remaining festivals.
This year, the exhilarating horse race takes place on July 2 and August 16th and will see thousands of spectators pack into Siena’s square from early morning. Those who don’t arrive early miss out on Siena’s biggest event of the year.
Competitors flock to Siena from 17 different districts around the city. All the action isn’t limited to the track however. In the evening it’s possible to take some time out to wander through the various contradas.
Siena can be reached within a 185km drive from Rome with Rome airport car rental with Argus Car Hire and a 296km drive from Milan with Argus Car Hire in Milan airport.
To book cheap Rome car hire or Milan car rental visit http://www.arguscarhire.com or call 00 44 (844) 330 2581.
Siena is one of Italy’s most beautiful cities with a centre filled with stunning and majestic buildings. The churches and small museums exhibit a wonderful array of artwork and local artifacts and are well worth visiting. Your day can also be filled by simply wandering around the snake-like lanes of the historic centre which is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Argus Car Hire was established in 1959, online since 1996. These days it is recognised as one of the world’s leading car rental consolidators. The company’s ‘direct connect’ technology allows customers to search hundreds of suppliers and book their rental car in just three clicks. Currently 550 of the world’s most trusted car hire companies subscribe to the system, providing Argus customers with the lowest all-inclusive pricing in 29 languages at 25,000 locations worldwide including airports, train stations, ferry ports and city centres in 17 countries worldwide.