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Car hire at Rome Fiumicino Airport

Car hire at Rome Fiumicino Airport

Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is Italy's major international airport, serving the capital Rome and the surrounding area. Located on the coast around 33 km from the city centre via the A91 motorway, it is also known as Leonardo da Vinci International Airport.

What I need to know

Many of the major firms operate Rome Fiumicino Airport car hire services, so you will have plenty of options to choose from. If you compare car hire through Holiday Autos you can benefit from no credit card fees and an assurance that you will be paying a competitive price, as we check prices from 1,500 providers.

Where to pick up my car

All the car rental desks at Rome Fiumicino Airport are located in Torre Uffici 2, opposite the main terminals. This can be accessed via pedestrian tunnels linking the terminals to the airport's multi-storey car parks. The rental car area is clearly signposted when you reach the arrivals area.

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Where to go

Once you collect your car at Rome Fiumicino Airport you can get to Rome city centre quickly and easily to begin exploring the historic city. If you also want to venture further afield, it is a great starting point for exploring the west coast of Italy by car.

Nearby Rome Fiumicino Airport

You can be in Rome in around 45 minutes by car, and from there you're free to take in all the sights the Italian capital has to offer. Architectural wonders, chic shops and traditional Italian cuisine should all be on the to-do list.

Longer drives

Around 56 km up the coast is Santa Marinella, which includes the beach resort of Santa Severa and is also home to a medieval castle. Further afield, the city of Florence is 274 km to the north, while if you head 227 km south you can visit Naples and the nearby Mount Vesuvius.

Eating and drinking

Italy is famous for its food, and Rome is no exception. Traditional Italian cuisine such as pizza, pasta and seafood can be found on the menus of restaurants across the city, while wine - in particular Prosecco - is a popular drink with a meal.

Things to do

As well as all of Rome's historic architecture, the Vatican City, home to the famous Sistine Chapel, is well worth a visit. However, if you need a break from sightseeing, finding one of the city's numerous squares and watching the world go by from a cafe is a relaxing way to spend a few hours.


You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to sightseeing in Rome. The Coliseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon are all must-sees, along with the Trevi Fountain and Victor Emmanuel II Monument.