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The origins of Chiusi go back to the 6th century B.C. It was one of the twelve most important cities under the Etruscan Federation that pre-dated the Romans. Today the Chiusi National Archaeological Museum is an important repository of Etruscan art and culture.
Today, Chiusi is a flourishing country town located in Tuscany. It lies in the Siena province near the border of the Umbria region. It has excellent railway and motorway links and lies relatively close to major cities Rome (150km), Florence (100km) and Siena (60km). Chiusi is an excellent starting point for enjoying historical-artistic excursions in Tuscany. It also offers three nearby lakes as well as excellent mountains.
One great way to explore Chiusi and the surrounding area is by hiring a car. Europcar has a location on Via Cassia Aurelia, the main thoroughfare in Chiusi. There is also Economy Car Rentals as well as Hertz that have offices in Chiusi where cars are available for hire. If hiring a car, it would be best to reserve your vehicle beforehand to insure availability and the lowest rate. You can visit the websites of the car hire companies mentioned or you can visit a site such as argusrentals.com for the lowest car hire rates in Chiusi.
Driving in Italy can be a scary proposition for some people. Italian drivers have a fearsome reputation for speed and recklessness. However, this reputation is large overblown. While they do drive fast, Italian drivers are competent, and many drivers compare driving in Italy to driving in any major city.
Hiring a car can be a great way to explore Chiusi and the surrounding Tuscan countryside at your own pace.