Perché noleggiare un'auto con BA?

Prenoti un'auto a noleggio presso British Airways, in collaborazione con Avis, per usufruire di grandi vantaggi:

  • Ottime tariffe e flessibilità
  • Abbini il volo all'auto per risparmiare
  • Ampia e completa scelta di sedi
  • Accumuli Avios con ogni noleggio
  • Tutte le spese obbligatorie sono già incluse
  • Assistenza clienti 24 ore al giorno
  • Conducente aggiuntivo gratuito per i soci Executive Club
  • Si iscriva ad Avis Preferred gratuitamente per evitare le code e ritirare l'auto più rapidamente

Car hire in Venice

British Airways car hire, in partnership with Avis, includes all of the mandatory charges that you'll need to drive away your car in Venice.

Chilometraggio illimitato

Assistenza clienti e su strada 24 ore su 24

Accumuli Avios con ogni noleggio

Conducente aggiuntivo gratuito per i soci Executive Club in tutto il mondo

Explore incredible Italy with car hire in Venice. Drive to the country’s most celebrated cities and discover the delights of the wonderful Veneto region. Freedom and flexibility is yours when you book our car hire, in partnership with Avis.

Experiencing the magic of Venice is just the beginning on fly-drive holidays to this bewitching city. The majesty of Rome, beauty of Bologna and flair of Florence are all waiting to be discovered with a hire car. Take in the Veneto region’s architectural treasures, or follow the renowned Prosecco Wine Route. Book flights with your hire car for a great saving.

Driving itineraries we recommend from Venice

Visit Italy’s finest cities and explore the stunning Veneto region


With Venice car hire, drive the 160km distance to beautiful Bologna. Explore this historic city of striking red-brick palaces, Renaissance towers and magnificent medieval monuments. Take in the impressive Fountain of Neptune, attractive Piazza Maggiore and the imposing San Petronio Basilica. See the fascinating Roman and Egyptian relics on display at the Museo Civico Archeologico. Wander around the shops that line the Via Indipenza and discover stalls spilling over with Tuscan delights at the Quadrilatero food market.


Drive your hire car to the ‘jewel of Renaissance Italy’. Florence exudes beauty, with its magnificent sights and stylishly-attired people. A must-visit is the city’s iconic cathedral or ‘duomo’, with its stunning marble façade and famous red dome. Gaze upon the legendary statue of ‘David’, Michaelangelo’s Renaissance masterpiece, at the Galleria dell’Accademia. Then see the medieval Ponte Vecchio bridge astride the Arno river. Shop at Florence’s array of designer boutiques and dine at a chic eatery or traditional trattoria.


On Venice fly-drive holidays, a visit to Italy’s remarkable capital is a must. Rome is a city of astounding historic bounty, where world-renowned monuments and treasured works of art can be found at every turn. Don’t miss the awe-inspiring Colosseum amphitheatre and artistic masterpiece-filled St Peter’s Basilica – the crowning glory of Vatican City. Take in the city’s abundant sights then make time to sit back and enjoy a glass of Prosecco or bite to eat on a sun-soaked piazza.

Padua, Vicenza, Possagno & Maser

Discover the architectural treasures of the Veneto region. Admire the beautiful Renaissance buildings in Padua and visit Vicenza, the home town of master architect Andrea Palladio. Continue to Possagno, the home of another great – neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova. The spectacular Tempio di Canova, a replica of the Roman Pantheon, is dedicated to Canova. Explore the stunning house and grounds of Palladio’s celebrated Villa Barbaro in Maser. Then drive on to the medieval town of Asolo, in its breathtaking Dolomites setting.

Prosecco Wine Route

You can’t visit Italy without sampling one of its most celebrated drinks. Book car hire in Venice and explore the Prosecco Wine Route, stretching from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene in the picturesque Treviso province. Take in lush valleys and verdant vineyards on this scenic 50km drive. Discover charming rural towns and villages, including Follina and its beautiful 12th century abbey. And of course, stop at one of the region’s prestigious wineries to taste the famous sparkling wine.