Cheap car rentals: my best advice


How to pay the best price for your rental car

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Discussion14 Comments

  1. Jason Collado

    Hey Vincent!! Myself, wife and 14 year old daughter are traveling to Spain and Malta in late December – early January. We will be spending 4 nights in Malta @ The Westin Dragonara and wanted to ask, is it better to rent a car for the 4 days?? Or can we get to all major attractions via public transportation? Have you done the dinner in the sky in Malta??


    • Vincent

      Hello Jason,

      For your trip to Malta, as your hotel is quite central and it will be during winter (less crowded buses), you can use public transportation to go to Valletta, the 3 Cities (small boat from valletta) and Mdina/Rabat. However, I would suggest you to rent a car for at least 1 day in order to do a short road trip around the island.

      The bus routes aren’t really planned for sightseeing, so if you want to visit several places in a day, it’s more convenient with a car.

      You can find all my articles about Malta here: Destination Malta
      And all my articles about Spain there: Destination Spain

      I do have more articles about Spain (about Madrid and Barcelona), but they are unfortunately not translated to English yet (in French only).

      About the dinner in the sky in Malta, it’s unfortunately only available from May to September: Official website

      Enjoy your trip, and if you have other questions, don’t hesitate!

  2. Yusuf

    Hi vincent!

    Love you blog!

    Anyways i was wondering how the traffic condition is like in rome especially during winter season. Im going to rome for 4 days in mid january.
    And also is it adviseable for me to drive in rome as in my country our roads are all right hand side driving while in rome i understand its left hand side driving.

    Please advice!

    • Vincent

      Hi Yusuf!

      I am glad my blog is helping you to plan your trip!

      In Rome, you won’t need a car, you can visit everything on foot or take the public transportation or a taxi if needed.

      Driving in Rome as a tourist is quite hard and will not make you save time: you will have problems to find your way, to park, and there are a lot of Limited Traffic Zone (ZTL).
      These zones are only accessible to residents, and you will be fined 130 euros by camera if you go there by mistake. And it can happen very quickly, as sometimes the GPS direct you to these ZTL!

      So really, the best advice I can give you is to walk, use public transports or taxis during your stay in Rome.

      Have a great trip!

  3. Hassan

    Hi Vincent!

    Like your blog!

    I and my wife visiting Seville in March 2020.

    Do I need to rent a car when visiting Saville ?

    Any recomendation on transportation in Seville


    • Vincent

      Hi Hassan, i am glad you enjoy reading my blog!

      If you just want to visit the city of Seville and not the surroundings, no need to rent a car. All the tourist attractions are located close to each other, so you can easily visit the city on foot.

      And if it’s really too hot and you don’t want to walk, it’s better to take a bus, the tourist sightseeing bus (stopping at all the best places to visit in the city – needs to be booked here) or the taxi, as finding a parking space in the city can be really hard!

      If you want to visit other places in Andalucia, you can find all my travel guides here: destination Andalucia.

      Enjoy your trip to Seville, and if you have other questions, don’t hesitate!

  4. Deepa Philip

    Hi Vincent
    Love you blog!!
    My husband and I are planning to drive from Hereford in England to Scotland to spend about 10 days there. Would you have some advise for us about how to plan the trip? what is the route we should take? Drive to Glasgow and come round to Edinburgh? We plan to leave the car at Edinburgh airport and fly to Heathrow and back ti India. Any help would be appreciated!!

    • Vincent

      Hello Deepa,

      Thank you very much for your kind words!

      It is a 6 hour drive from Hereford to Glasgow. You don’t have the possibility to arrive directly in Scotland, in Glasgow or Edinburgh? It would be a lot easier!

      For your tour of Scotland, you can have a look at my 10-day itinerary, it will give you a good idea of the best places to visit. You can read it here: 10 day itinerary in Scotland.

      This itinerary starts in Edinburgh and ends in Glasgow. You just have to reverse the stages if you decide to start in Glasgow.

      Enjoy your trip to Scotland!

  5. marian

    Hi Vincent,
    Love your guides – they are super helpful.
    I’m planning to take my 17 year old daughter to Europe for 10 days in early July 2022. I can’t decide between Corsica and Sardinia. I’m attracted to the beautiful, dramatic scenery in Corsica but love Italian culture and food. We are super active, love hiking and good beaches and relaxing with a drink in a town square. Do you prefer Corsica or Sardinia and which would you recommend in July? We will have a car, is one country easier to drive in?

    • Vincent

      Hello Marian,

      Thank you very much!

      First of all, regarding the driving, it’s in my opinion easier in Sardinia. In Corsica, most of the coastal roads are winding and not very wide so it always take more time than expected to reach your destination.
      However, they are in my opinion overall more beautiful than in Sardinia (you have beautiful roads in Sardinia too, but there are less. In Corsica, you have something to see more or less everywhere!)

      If you like hiking, I advise you to choose Corsica. In Sardinia, there are more beaches than hiking possibilities.
      I think Corsica would be perfect for anything you want, there is really everything on this island!
      For the period, it will be very touristy on both islands, so I would say that’s a tie.

      I don’t know if you have seen but all my articles about Corsica are here: Destination Corsica.
      And if you still prefer Sardinia, you can find everything there: Destination Sardinia.

      Don’t hesitate if you have any other questions.

      I wish you a nice trip!

  6. Sultan

    we are travelling to Malaga this August with my husband , we will spend few days at the beac and we want also to visit Granada and Cordoba. Would you advise to rent a car ? If yes is there anything we should pay attention to ? or any advice from where to rent or what to avoid ?
    thanks !

  7. Ahmad

    Hi Vincent,

    like your blog, so helpful.
    I will visit Italy on this July with my family (4 persons in total) and I have plan to visit Florence for 4 days.
    When in Florence, is that suitable to rent a car to visit nearest cities?

    • Vincent

      Hi Ahmad,

      Thanks! I’m glad my blog is helping you to plan your trip in Italy.

      About Florence and its surroundings, it depends on which cities you want to visit.
      You can off course rent a car but some of them like Pisa, Siena and the Cinque Terre are easily accessible by train.
      There are also organized days trip from Florence with transport and guide included which can be a good option if you don’t want to drive.
      I talked about these options in detail in my other article, here: The best things to do in Florence and around.

      Don’t hesitate to ask me if you have any other questions.
      Enjoy your trip in Florence and in Italy!

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