Car Hire Rome Fiumicino Airport

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Hertz in Rome Fiumicino Airport

From the Colosseum, to the Trevi Fountain and St. Peter's Basilica, Rome is a magnet for visitors from all across the globe. Take a look into the ancient world or soak up a cosmopolitan café culture - whichever you choose, you won’t be disappointed by one of the world’s great cities.

There are so many attractions in the heart of the city that you can just simply wander around and land upon many incredible sights. However, car hire at Rome Fiumicino Airport means you can venture out onto the Italian roads and visit many nearby cities and towns.

Touch down at Rome Fiumicino Airport, also known as Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, and you can be in the heart of Rome in less than an hour. Our pick-up location is easy to find - simply follow the signs for the Car Rental Area and you’ll find our main counter.

We know the area well and can offer advice and guidance so you can get out on the road quickly and easily in the car that’s ideal for your trip.

Hertz Rome Fiumicino Airport Locations

Rome Fiumicino Airport

Leonardo da Vinci Airport
+39-06-65011553

A quick guide to Rome

The allure of Rome is strong – this was once the centre of Western civilisation, and its ruins and remnants are everywhere to be discovered. The Spanish Steps, Vatican City with the sensational Sistine Chapel and a love for food are all rolled into a heady mixture that will tempt anyone.

Rome’s grandeur

Rome is a stunning city with a sight to see on what feels like every corner. One of the most stunning of all is the Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire, and a true sight to behold. It was once the scene of many gladiator fights and now hosts considerably less lethal performances throughout the year that can only be upstaged by the architecture that surrounds them.

You also can’t visit Rome without climbing the Spanish Steps. You can reach the summit and learn the full story of their creation or simply sit for a while and take in the heady atmosphere of the city. The 138 steps are a wonderful collection of straight and weaving pathways decorated with flowers that attract the creative souls of the city, inspired by the beauty of the area.

Savour the flavours of Italy

Italy is, of course, renowned for its wonderful cuisine. Pizza is found throughout the city, but the real love affair here is with pasta. One of the simplest yet most flavoursome dishes is the classic carbonara. Fresh pasta mixed with rich cheese, eggs and the finest bacon or prosciutto, you must savour the different approaches to the classic dish whilst visiting the city. Many locals swear by Da Danilo on Via Petrarca, but ask a dozen Romans and you’ll get a dozen recommendations.

If you want to get away from restaurant dining and sample wonderfully authentic food by the beach, travel along the coast to Ladispoli.

This town doesn't just serve wonderful food, it also offers long stretches of beach under a glorious blue sky in the summer. You’ll find interesting attractions such as Torre Flavia - a fascinating ancient tower with a colourful history you’ll be eager to learn more about.

A walk through history

Just over 60 km away, taking the E80 along the coast, is Civitavecchia, a beautiful coastal town. Forte Michelangelo is one of the key landmarks in the city, a 16th century fortress with a number of hidden passageways leading to the heart of the city. While other architects began the building of the fortress, it was the legendary Michelangelo who applied the finishing touches in 1535.

Just ten minutes away from Rome Fiumicino Airport is Ostia Antica, home to some of the most ancient ruins in the country. This large archaeological park can be compared to Pompeii for the significance it holds in Italy’s history. The towns can be wandered around freely and is worth visiting purely to gaze at the amphitheatre and Roman baths which offer a slice of how the Romans once lived.

Make the most of your time in Italy with car rental at Rome Fiumicino Airport – you’ll get access to the legendary ‘Eternal City’ and the freedom to explore beyond.

Driving in and around Rome

Rome Fiumicino Airport is located outside of the centre of Italy’s capital, just over 30km away. From here, you can easily jump on the A91, which is clearly signposted, and be in the heart of the city in an hour or less.

When driving in the centre of Rome, traffic can be heavy at times. You’ll find most of the congestion tends to be around the sights and tourist attractions, so it’s often worth exploring the different parking options nearby and travelling to the sights on foot. There are numerous car parks in the city, as free street parking is at a premium.

You’ll also find ZTL zones in the city, all in the historic centre. You won’t be able to drive in these zones unless you’re a resident. In some cases, you can get a pass to enter these zones if your hotel is inside one. Speak to your hotel and inform them when you’ll be arriving as ZTL zones are monitored by cameras and carry a fine if you enter them. Our team at Rome Airport can help make sure you’re fully prepared and answer any questions you may have.

The autostrade highways and smaller E roads around the city and spanning further into the country are well maintained. The autostrades are the quickest way to travel between cities as they have a speed limit of 130 km/h, whereas E roads, such as the E80, connect the airport with a number of different towns along the coast. In the heart of towns and cities, the limit drops to 50 km/h. Wearing a seatbelt is essential for the driver and all passengers, while mobile phone use while driving is not allowed.

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Rome Fiumicino Airport

Address:Leonardo da Vinci Airport

Phone:+39 06 65011553

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2400