From the time of the Roman Empire, Brindisi has been a gateway to the east. Today ferries run daily to Greece, Turkey and Albania but the town deserves more than just a couple of hours while waiting for the ferry. Brindisi was the terminus of the Appian Way and used as a departure point for traders, pilgrims and crusaders. With cheap car rental locations in Brindisi and a large variety of discount rental cars, there is no better way to tour Italy than by car!
In Roman times, the Appian Way lead to the harbor where two columns erected in the 2nd century stood as navigational aids to returning sailors. One of the columns still stands and just to the right of it are the remains of the poet Virgil's house. The town contains several 11th and 12th century churches, the 12th century Swabian Castle and the 15th century Aragones Castle. The Chiesa di Santa Maria del Casale, considered Brindisi's most important medieval structure, is a short distance from town and easily reached with a rental car. If you have any questions about driving in Brindisi, visit Kemwel's driving information page for the answers.
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