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Why rent a car in Rome with Rentalcars.com?

Here at Rentalcars.com, we hope to make the process of hiring a car in Rome, Italy, as straightforward as possible. To help you find your perfect hire car, we provide you with powerful search tools, handy filters and customer reviews — while bringing you exclusive prices from a number of national and international car hire brands (including Enterprise, Hertz and Maggiore). You will find a wide range of cars at great prices, including automatic vehicles and sleek convertible cars. Search Rentalcars.com to compare prices and find the cheapest rental deals in Rome.

Top Tips

  • It can be very difficult to park in Rome, so it’s a good idea to explore the city on foot and use your hire car to go further afield.
  • Parts of Rome’s historic centre are restricted to traffic unless you’re a resident or have the car registered to the police as a tourist.
  • Make sure you book your hire car well in advance, especially if you’re travelling in the summer months when demand is high.

Which companies offer best value in Rome?

You will often find cars with special offers from suppliers like Firefly, Enterprise and Locauto — these offers can include a free additional driver or the Collision Damage Waiver with zero excess at no extra cost. We understand you want to hire with a trusted company, so we show reviews and ratings left by our customers next to each car listing; giving you honest, impartial advice that will assist your decision. You will also find plenty of cars with a full-to-full fuel policy in Rome, so you can avoid hidden fuel charges (as long as you drop the car off with a full tank).

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Day trips from Rome

Hadrian’s Villa: Just a 40-minute drive from Rome in the small town of Tivoli, Hadrian’s Villa is a must-see for anyone who appreciates Roman history. Originally built as a retreat from Rome for the Roman Emperor Hadrian, the archaeological complex consists of more than 30 ancient Roman structures — including palaces, theatres, temples and baths. Saunter along the marble pavements and explore this impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Pompeii: The ancient ruins of Pompeii are a 2.5-hour drive from Rome, but this famous archaeological site is well worth getting up early for. Pompeii was buried under ash and pumice when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, and the site is now home to excavated ruins which you can explore on foot. Pompeii is also one of Italy’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Bracciano: 30km north-west of Rome, Bracciano is a picturesque hillside town where you will find a spectacular medieval castle and a volcanic lake. Brimming with history and culture, Bracciano is the ideal place to visit if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Rome — spend some time relaxing with the locals at one of the cafés in the main square, then explore the narrow streets which wind through the town.

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