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Chiusi Train Station - Car Rentals

From the Slow Travel Forums (thread)

If you don't want to pickup your rental car in Rome, a good option is to take the train to Chiusi and pickup the car there. AutoEurope, the broker that many Slow Travelers use, books for Europcar and Avis. Both have offices near the train station in Chiusi.

It's always advisable to have the address, directions, and phone number handy for the office you'll be using.

Below are some comments about Chiusi rental car offices that were posted on our Slow Travel forums.


AutoEurope: Car rental in Italy and the rest of Europe.

Hertz Office

Barb and Art post: The Hertz office at Piazza Dante closed and a new office opened at Via M. Buonarroti, 21. The new office is about a block from the train station, exit the station, turn right and about a 100 meters is the office.

Europcar Office

Via Oslavia 67. Google Maps says 400 meters. If walking, take via Goffredo Mameli (straight ahead from the station), turn left on via Vittorio Alfieri, and right on via Oslavia.

Avis Office

Via Leonardo da Vinci 3. This is 200 meters up via L. da Vinci, the street at a diagonal to the right as you exit the station.

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