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Last Updated: 20th February, 2019

City Car Rentals will search for the best rates car hire in Rome Italy from approved car rental companies including Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Sixt, Thrifty and Europcar. Rent A Car at Rome Ciampino Airport or Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci airport or Rome City Centre or Rome Cipro - Vatican State


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You can pick up and drop off your car rental in Rome at the folowing locations Rome - Airport Ciampino Rome Ciampino Airport, Roma
Rome - Airport Fiumicino Arrivals, Rome Fuminico Airport., Rome, Fiumicino
Rome - Cassia Via Cassia,1056
Rome - Collatina Via Codroipo, 7
Rome - Conca D'oro Via Val D'ala 32
Rome - Downtown Via del Prati Fiscali, 293/295, Rome, 00141, Lazio
Rome - Flaminia Via Flaminia Nuova 234
Rome - Formello Via Formellese Sud, Km 3,850
Rome - Magliana Via Della Magliana 317
Rome - Medaglie d'Oro Via Cesare Pascarella n 43, Rome, 00146
Rome - Montemario Hilton Hotel
Rome - Monteverde VIA AOSTA 25, ROME, 00100, IT
Rome - Navigatori Via Tuscolana. 1055, Rome, 00173, IT
Rome - Ostiense Via Pellegrino Matteucci 35
Rome - Parioli C/o Parking Parioli
Rome - Piazza Francesco Vicona Piazza Francesco Vivona 3, Rome Piazza Francesco Vicona
Rome - Settebagni (North) Via Salaria 1460, Rome Settebagni (North)
Rome - Sheraton Hotel Sheraton- Via del Pattinaggio, 100, Roma, 00144, Lazio
Rome - Sheraton Via Del Pattinaggio Hotel Sheraton, Via Del Pattinaggio 100, Rome
Rome - Tintoretto Via Del Tintoretto, 400
Rome - Train Station Stazione Termini, Roma, Rome
Rome - Tuscolana Via Tuscolana 1530/1546
Rome - Vatican State Via Cipro Via Cipro, 83, Roma, 00136, Lazio
Rome - Vaticano St Peters (vatican Area)
Rome - Via Aosta Via Aosta 25, Roma
Rome - Via Appia Via Appia, 666 A/B, Roma, 00173, Lazio
Rome - Via Appio Via Appio Claudio, 5, Roma
Rome - Via Arturo (Hilton Hotel) Via Arturo Ferrarin N 2 (Presso Hilton Rome Airport)
Rome - Via Aurelia Via Aurelia 456 A/B, Roma, 00165
Rome - Via Casilina Via Casilina N. 769, Roma
Rome - Via Cesare Via Cesare Giulio Viola, 48, Roma, 00148, Lazio
Rome - Via Cherubin Viale Medaglie D'oro
Rome - Via Della Scafa Via Della Scafa 310,, Fiumicino, Roma
Rome - Via Giolitti Via Giolitti, N 16, Roma
Rome - Via Lombardia VIA DEL GALOPPATOIO 33 24H OPEN, ROME, 00197
Rome - Via Ludovisi Via Ludovisi, 38, Rome, 00187, Lazio
Rome - Via Pindaro Via Appia Nuova 1200
Rome - Via PO VIA PO 8/A, ROME, 00198
Rome - Via Sardegna Via Sardegna, 35
Rome - Via Tiburtina Via Tiburtina, 905, Roma, 00159, Lazio
Rome - Via Tirone Via Tirone 11/13 (Angolo Via Blaserna), Rome, 00146
Rome - Via Tirreno North-East Viale Tirreno, 128/A, Roma, 00141
Rome - Viale Marche Via Giolitti 34(plat 24)
Rome - Villa Borghese Via Ludovisi 38, Rome Villa Borghese
Rome- Via Delle Medaglie D'Oro VIA DELLE MEDAGLIE D'ORO,348, Rome

Rome Information

One of the world’s most famous cities, Rome (known also as the Eternal City) needs little introduction. An important historical capital, with a history spanning more than 2500 years, Rome is a city of ancient walls and monuments, impressive hills and flowing rivers. The river Aniene flows spectacularly into the Tiber north of the historic centre, imitating the constant ebb and flow within the city itself. Containing no less than 2.70 million residents and a phenomenal number of designated UNESCO heritage sites.

Rome is a thriving metropolis of ancient and modern, tradition and innovation. Described by many as the world’s largest open-air museum, the city is blessed with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers, attracting hoards of visitors year round. The most important gateway for much of the world’s understanding of Ancient Roman life, Rome is also a city of invention and reinvention, which strives to create beauty and magic in every corner.

Must see attractions in Rome

Beginning with the ancient monuments, the Roman Forum is an impressive starting point. Next, visit the world of gladiators at the Colosseum, the biggest structure of its type in the ancient world which experts predict took ten years to build – arguably the top tourist attraction in the city. The Pantheon is also an incredible sight; a gorgeous temple dedicated to the pantheon of ancient Gods. It’s almost impossible to believe that these buildings are thousands of years old.

The Piazza Venezia main square is the best place to get a feel of modern Rome – although busy all through the day, the square is at its liveliest at night when people meet to chat, play games and take some exercise. Explore Capitol Hill to see the Piazza del Campidoglio (the Italian Government headquarters) and Piazza Navona with its beautiful Baroque architecture. The famous Spanish Steps of the Piazza di Spagna are a fine example of true architectural genius.

St Peter's Square houses St Peter's Basilica - one of 19 basilicas in the city but the most prominent and also the world’s largest. The Vatican museums are a good place to learn more about its past and current significance. Make sure you also visit the breathtaking Santa Maria Maggiore, the world’s oldest church. And finally, take time to explore the Sistine Chapel with its Michael Angelo masterpiece.

Recommended scenic drives near Rome

You can collect your rental car from any of the lcoations listed above and venture out to see more of what this region has to offer. A nice detour just outside of Rome is the west shore of Lago di Bracciano – a gorgeous lakeside setting with a spattering of interestng little towns and villages to explore. Travel a bit further to Montepulciano wine country, to see lush vineyards and chic country houses. For an historic feel, cruise the Via Aurelia – originally 20 miles in length but extended an extra 200 miles around 109B.C. This road leads from Rome, all the way to the sea. Spanning the coastline of the Italian Riviera, this route is the perfect choice for sea views and beach stops. Head also to Loro Ciuffena along the Cassia Vetus, once the main pilgrim route to Rome, to tread in Leonardo da Vinci’s footsteps.

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