Cheap car rental Lucca Train Station and city center with major car rental companies such as Keddy, Europcar, Hertz, Budget and Avis. Use the form on this page to make a free quote: you'll find cheap and low cost rates with unlimited mileage and insurance coverage included in the price.
Our prices for car hire in Lucca are all-inclusive with deals like free additional driver; moreover, our cars are brand new (most of them registered in 2019) with automatic and manual transmission.
You also have the option to rent in Lucca small cars like Smart Fortwo or Peugeot 107, Volkswagen Up or Hyundai i10 (sometimes with free GPS included in the price) at a discounted price.
In case you need more space you can try to look for alternatives like 6, 7, 9 seater cars or minivan as Opel Vivaro. This minibus can carry up to nine people and 5 bags. It is therefore an excellent solution if you decide to travel with your family or with a large group of people.
Hiring a car means you can get to cities like Lucca from anywhere in the Tuscany region, and we have plenty of deals that may be right for you. As with all of Tuscany, the best way to get around the region is by car, and by renting a vehicle you have a chance to explore the region in your own time.
In Lucca you can pick up your car at the following locations:
Lucca is closest to the airport at Pisa, a mere few miles away on a major route and clearly signposted, which sees many flights from destinations across Europe use the airport on a regular basis. Pisa, home to the famous Leaning Tower, is worth a visit when in the region, while the great renaissance city of Florence, with its fine galleries, is a short drive away.
The ancient medieval city of Lucca is a popular place for visitors to Tuscany, and is famous for still retaining its original city walls. A typically Tuscan city with many fine buildings and the usual grand piazzas, Lucca occupies a prime position on the Tyrrhenian Sea, and offers access to fine beaches on the coast. The old town, ringed by the stunning walls which now act as a promenade for pedestrians, is of particular interest and has remained as it was while the city grew outwards around it. Local seafood dishes are served at many fine restaurants, and the cafes in the piazzas offer a chance to relax with a coffee.
Lucca is famous for music, being the home of Puccini and Boccherini among others, and offers a chance to experience Tuscany as it should be. Although busy in the high season, it is a relatively unspoilt city with many fine attributes, and one that is worth the short drive from the major destinations of Florence and Pisa.