Car Hire Rome Ciampino Airport

Travelling to Rome for your holidays? Then you may be arriving via Rome Ciampino - GB Pastine International Airport, which is the second largest airport in Rome behind Fiumicino Airport. Although it's the second busiest in Rome it is still within the top 10 busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the US with almost 6 million passengers yearly.

Rome is the perfect location to spend your holidays, it offers some great places to see and visit including several items that you could potentially have on your bucket list like the Vatican, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and the Roman Forum.

There's a whole lot to see, so whether you're going for a weekend break, a full week or maybe even longer, you should look into hiring a car to ensure that you can do everything on your own schedule.

Where To Pick Up My Hired Car - Rome Ciampino Airport

The offices of the car rental companies in Rome Ciampino Airport can be found beside the airport entrance right near the P8 car park. If you have a lot of luggage then there is a free shuttle between the airport terminal and the rental centre.

There are several car rental companies that you can hire from at the airport using Travellation which include Alamo, Autovia, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Ecovia, Enterprise, Europcar, Goldcar, Hertz, InterRent, Keddy, Locauto, Maggiore, Rhodium, Sicily By Car, Sixt, TargetRent, Thrifty and WinRent.

A whole lot to choose from!

Rome Ciampino Airport - Car Hire Offers

Not sure whether Travellation is the right choice for you? We make car hire easy, comparing all the prices of all the available suppliers at the airport in order to supply you with the best possible price for your given dates.

As well as that, we also have some fantastic offers that we've worked out with a few of our suppliers, these include:

Debit Card Car Hire: Rome Ciampino Airport
If you are planning to hire a car then typically car rental companies will require a credit card. That being said, we have managed to arrange a deal with a few suppliers at the airport who will now accept Visa Debit cards which offers a far more convenient way of hiring a car. If you are interested in finding out more about this offer please read our debit card car hire Italy page.

No Deposit Car Hire: Rome Ciampino Airport
Having hired a car before you may be aware of the significant deposit that can be held on your card for the duration of your rental period, which may have an effect on your holiday. Thousands of pounds can be held on your card when they give you the car, it's never taken from your account but you are unable to use it until you return the car and for some people this just is feasible. We have found a way in which to avoid this however, our no deposit car hire page has more information.

Young Driver Car Hire: Rome Ciampino Airport
Are you under the age of 25 and looking to hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport? Well that can be a bit of a nightmare as majority of suppliers won't allow you to hire, and those that will typically charge you a significant extra surcharge daily. The reason for the issue with young drivers is due to the insurance that the rental companies pay, so in order to help you find the best deal we have looked at all the supplier surcharges and put them clearly in front of you so you can find out which is the best option for yourself, you can find out more on our young driver car hire page.

What You Need To Know Before Hiring In Italy

Italy is a common place to be hiring a car, as public transport links across the country aren't the best and hiring a vehicle will allow you to see all the sights on offer on your own time. That being said, as so many people hire, there are also bad experiences and some things that are different when hiring a car in Italy to hiring a car in the UK, so to help you avoid any of the pitfalls or common complaints we have listed them here.

Budget Car Rental Companies = Long Waits -
Italy at times can be quite an expensive place to hire a car, so many people tend to go towards the budget rental companies, but this isn't always the best thing to do. Everyone wants to get a fantastic deal, so they book the lowest price possible which means queues can be extreme at times in peak periods. Paying just a few pounds extra for your rental could mean that your out of the airport and on your way in a lot less time.

Hard-Sell On Additional Extras -
It's been known that a few of the more budget suppliers in Italy often try and hard sell additional extras, meaning they will try push all the extra fees for products such as GPS, Car Seats and whatever excess policies they may be offering. These sometimes aren't necessary and for example things like a GPS you may be better off buying from the shop as it may work out cheaper!

Limited Traffic Zones (ZTL's) -
In Rome & Italy in general there are ZTL areas that are clearly sign posted, this means that at certain hours of the day traffic is closed to the general public and only permit holders can use the roads, and rental cars don't have permits. These areas are monitored by cameras, and if you drive in these areas when you aren't supposed to it will result in a fine!

International Driving Permits -
Sometimes having an international driving permit is essential! If you have a driving licence that is outside of the EU and you intend to drive in Italy then majority of the time you will be required to have an international driving permit, this is an official translation of your driving licence.

Please note, don't be scammed online! There are a lot of places that offer international driving permits at low prices, but these are typically scams, you need to ensure that you get it from the National Motoring Organisation.

Rome Ciampino Airport - Other Useful Information

- The SS7 dual carriageway is the main road that passes the airport, it links Rome and Brindisi, you can also use the A90 ring road to get to Rome.

- From Ciampino Airport it is approximately a 25 minute drive in to the city centre of Rome, in moderate traffic.

- If you have a full to full policy on your hired vehicle then don't forget to fill up your car before you return it! You can find a petrol station around 500m away from the entrance of the airport, you'll see it on your way in / out!

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