Car Hire at Rome Ciampino Airport
This information is correct as of August 2015
There's more to Rome than what you find within the city limits. Beautiful beaches, peaceful hill towns, and breathtaking historic sites are all a short drive away. When you hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport you can discover them at your own leisure.
Where to hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport
Car hire companies at Rome Ciampino Airport include Auto Europa, Avis/Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Maggiore, Sixt, Locauto and Goldcar. Their offices are beside the airport entrance, near the P8 car park. There's a free shuttle between the terminal and the car rental centre.
Petrol stations near Rome Ciampino Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
There is a service station about 500m away from the entrance to the airport.
Driving around Rome Ciampino Airport
The SS7 dual carriageway, linking Rome and Brindisi, passes the airport. You can follow this road all the way into Rome, or use it to hop onto the A90 ring road which connects onto some of the region's major motorways.
Getting to your destination
Rome is Italy's sprawling capital city, an iconic destination bursting at the seams with art, history, and fantastic gastronomy.
It takes just over 25 minutes to drive into the centre of Rome from Ciampino Airport. It's best to choose hotels in Rome with car parks as parking in the city can be tricky. Pay and display parking costs about €1 (about 71p) per hour, and is available in any space marked with a blue line. Car parks are also dotted throughout the city. There's a large one underneath Villa Borghese Park, where you can park for an hour for €2.20 (about £1.55) or €18 (about £12.85) for the day.
With its lovely beaches, Roman ruins, and winding streets, Sperlonga offers the perfect balance between beach break and cultural getaway.
It takes about an hour and a half to drive to Sperlonga from Ciampino Airport. Car parking can be hard to find during the summer months, as the city becomes very busy. Car parks can be found in and around the old town. We recommend looking for accommodation with car parking to avoid the headache of trying to find a good space.
Rome's nearest ferry port dates back to the 2nd Century. This bustling little town has a few interesting pieces of architecture as well as some good quality pizza restaurants.
It takes about an hour to drive to Civitavecchia from Rome Ciampino Airport. If you're going on a Mediterranean cruise, this is where you'll be departing from. Go for a one-way car hire package: pick up your rental car at Rome Ciampino Airport and drop it at the port. There's a large open air car park at the port.
Prices subject to change