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The configuration of the top search form: Search minivan or minibus vehicles at the rental location 'Sicily - Trapani Airport'. Address: C/O Stazione Marittima, Porto Di Trapani, Trapani, Sicily, Italy.

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Trapani: 3 rental offices

Trapani, Italy: minivan rental hints
Typical models of the minivan/minibus class in Trapani are: Ford Galaxy 7 seater, Mercedes Viano 8 Seater, Mercedes Vito, Opel Zafira, Peugeot 807 7 seater, VW Touran and others.

Standard capacity of a minivan in Italy is up to 9 people (8+1 formula), traditionally providing seven or eight passenger seats. The capacity of a minibus may vary from 9 to 15 people.

Please note, that in order to rent in Italy a vehicle with capacity which exceeds 8 passengers, you would need a driving license of the corresponding category.

Minivan dimensions are quite unusual for an ordinary driver, which sometimes leads to appearance of scratches and dents during unsuccessful manoeuvring or parking. Therefore, we encourage you to order full coverage of insurance franchise during your booking, or directly at the rental office in Trapani.

Before leaving the parking garage in Trapani, inspect the minivan for exteriour defects and other signs of damage together with the office representative and mark the found defects found in your rental documents. wishes you a great driving experience on the roads of Italy!

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Driving Advices for Italy – Traffic Regulations and Road Usage Peculiarities
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When traveling on the roads of Naples, drivers should be especially careful on parts of roads equipped with traffic lights. According to an unwritten rule, local drivers divide traffic lights into mandatory and the traffic lights installed solely for the “ornamental” purpose. It’s not a rare situation when a local driver keeps driving at the red light, even without slowing down.
Locals who move in the streets of the city on a two-wheeled transport also often make foreign drivers very nervous. Cyclists and moped riders can easily drive very close to cars moving on a one-lane road. The distance between the vehicles in this case can be hardly an inch.
Despite the fact that local drivers are quite temperamental and sometimes very impatient, there are no rude people on the roads of Italy. It is not common to shout out of the windows and express own displeasure in an aggressive form. Local drivers will surely not tolerate such a behavior from foreigners.
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Travelling in minivan through Trapani
Santuario Dell Anunziata remains the main historical symbol of Trapani. It is also famous under the following names: the Basilica-Sanctuary of Maria Santissima Annunziata or just “Madonna of Trapani”. The building of the first church on the site of the basilica started in 1315, but the church was ready only in 1332. The modern basilica is a harmonious combination of different architectural styles – that is quite typical for architectural landmarks in Sicily. In the design of the gorgeous basilica, it’s easy to notice elements of Gothic and Renaissance styles that are skillfully mixed with oriental motifs. The magnificent statue of Madonna that dates back to the 14th century is, without a doubt, the main relic of the basilica. Famous Italian sculptor Nino Pisano is the author of the sculpture. There is an interesting story of how the statue appeared in the basilica. It was a gift of a Pisan knight who found shelter and protection from the chase on the sacred land. For many centuries, the gorgeous basilica has been an important national symbol for all inhabitants of the city. Needless to say, it is the traditional venue for celebrations during various religious holidays.

Travelers keen on the antique history will be more than pleased with their visit to Museo Pepoli . This museum exhibits collections of priceless archaeological artifacts that mostly belong to the ancient Greece and Rome epochs. A part of the museum has been transformed into a picture gallery that exhibits works of the most famous Sicilian artists. There are halls with unusual items, for example, the exhibition of handmade coral goods and decorations. Several hundred years ago, coral items were worth their weight in gold and were extremely popular with foreign merchants. Nowadays, it’s prohibited to make souvenirs from corals, so it’s only possible to look at these items in the museum.
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