Compare all major suppliers for car hire in Rome and find the perfect rental car that suits your needs.
Visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful and historically significant sights in and around Rome. Make sure to visit the most famous sites, such as the Coliseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Vatican City. Immerse yourself in this exceptional city while visiting the Testaccio Market and browsing restaurants in the Centro Storico and Monti neighbourhood.
If you'd like to explore the surrounding areas, there are many places easily accessible by car. Famous for the white wine produced in this region, Frascati is just 21km from Rome and provides the perfect relaxing setting for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Villa d'Este in Tivoli is known for its magnificent foundations and you can pop into the Emperor Hadrian's Villa while you're there. Dive into the Pope's thermal baths in the papal of Viterbo, just an hour and a half outside of Rome. Water in this spring can reach a sweltering 58°C!
Our suppliers in Rome include Europcar, Hertz, Avis and Thrifty.
Rome has two main airports: Ciampino Airport and Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo da Vinci Airport). Fiumicino is the main airport and we offer Thrifty, Avis and Europcar at this location. If you're flying a budget airline you're more likely to arrive on Ciampino where both Avis and Europcar are our car hire suppliers. We have over 30 downtown car hire suppliers in Rome and with the interactive map in the search form, you will find a car rental supplier convenient for you.
Travel to France and other Western European countries is usually permitted with no additional fees or restrictions for most vehicle categories. Some categories, such as luxury cars, have certain restrictions and you must check that your planned itinerary will be permitted with the vehicle you book. The same goes for travelling from the mainland to the islands. Some car hire suppliers do not allow their vehicles on the ferry, so confirm this with your supplier before you travel. You can contact us for more information on multi-country rentals.
Only residents with a special permit are allowed to drive in the historical centre and those who enter the historical centre in the car hire without the right permit will get a hefty fine. Driving around the historical centre is allowed.
A 'Zona a Traffico Limitato' applies in Rome. This is usually restricted to the historic parts of the city and means that only local residents, shopkeepers and public transport can drive through the area. If you enter the area without a permit, you are risking a huge fine. Expect to pay around 2 euros per hour for parking. Your parking options are on-street parking or public garages.
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