Car Rental Rome Airport

 

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Renting a car in Rome is a great idea to discover the city and all the beautiful hidden places within it. Rome Airport is located in the the town of Fiumicino, a municipality of about 77.000 population. The city belongs to Rome province and there are around 35 km from Rome Fiumicino Airport to the city of Rome. That’s why the airport is also called Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport.

In this part we advice you about the car rental at the Rome Airport. The Car rental companies at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport are:

- Auto Europa: +39 0665017450
- Avis – Budget: +39 0665057885
- Europcar: +39 0665761211
- Hertz: +39 0665955842
- Goldcar: +39 0665048104
- Locauto Rent: +39 0665048215
- Maggiore: +39 0665010678
- Win Rent: +39 0665953547
- RENT4U: +39 06659570613
- Noleggiare: +39 06659526998
- Sixt: +39 06659560780
 
Car rental desks are located in Torre Uffici 2, they are easily reachable via the pedestrian tunnels which connect the Terminal buildings to the Multilevel Parking structure. Signs to the rental car area are located in the Arrivals Area.
Car Return: cars are returned to the same area where they were hired (Buildings A, B or C of the Multilevel Parking). Follow the road signs on the Rome-Fiumicino motorway when approaching the airport.

Tips for the car rental in Rome
Here we give you a few tips for renting a car in Rome:

- Book from home: planning is usually better when renting a car. If you wait to rent it once you are in Rome, probably you will have more difficulties and time wasting than if you book it from home.

- Contrast prices to take the fair one: use as much as possible our research engine to contrast prices and get the most appropiate car and price for your needs in your Rome trip.

- Follow the road signs: that’s true you may find Italians drive fast, but probably they also know better the city. Try to drive carefully and cautiously and don’t park on no-parking signs, Italian police is very strict with ticketing. Also you need to know that an increasing number of Italian cities are closing their historic centres to non-resident traffic.