Fast and Easy way to Compare,
Book and Save on your Car Hire.
  • Great Rates
  • Wide Selection of Cars
  • Trusted Since 2001
Download the FREE VroomVroomVroom App App StoreGoogle Store

Compare The Cheapest Car Hire in Faenza.

happy man inside the car hire in faenza

Faenza is located in the Emilia-Romagna Region of Italy. As a main city in the area, Faenza is included in the Province of Ravenna. The fame of the city of Faenza is given through the fact that this is the place in which the majolica, an Italian tin-glazed pottery item, is manufactured. The population in Faenza reaches approximately 55,710 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Faenza

The Clock Tower of Faenza represents a symbol of the past in the city. It can be admired at the entrance in the main Piazza of the city. The tower that is seen today is a reconstruction from the 17th century, as the initial tower was severally damaged by the passage of time. The initial construction stood at the crossroad of the decuman gate and of the cardo in the Roman Faventia.

The Faenza Cathedral is located near the Piazza della Liberta. The entire building is an inspired expression of the Renaissance art in the region in a great Tuscan style. The construction of the cathedral was started in 1474 and was completed in 1511, following the design of Giuliano da Maiano. Traces of Renaissance arts can be seen in the interior as well, with references to other styles and to the works of other artists.

The Goldsmith' Portico was built in the period in 17th century in Faenza. The open gallery is part of the main historic tour of the city and it is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the region. Nearby, you will also have the chance to see a great fountain, which includes a variety of bronze decorations, dating back to the 17th century as well.

The Palazzo del Podesta is a landmark of Faenza to be found in the Piazza del Popolo. The last restoration of the building took place in the 20th century, which means that it can now be seen in all its old beauty. The main decorations and the symbols of its architectural style have not been damaged during the process, but have actually been emphasized, so that they can represent the palazzo better.