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Visitors to the Eternal City, Italy’s capital and possibly the world’s largest “open-air museum”, should think about renting a car for a few days to explore the city’s many different districts at leisure.
Customers can contact Hertz car hire Ciampino Airport either by telephoning tel +39 06 793 40095 or online at http://www.hertz.com or www.hertz.it.
The airport is connected to Rome and the rest of the country via the Greater Ring Road (GRA = the Grande Raccordo Anulare), the A90/E80 motorway surrounding central Rome.
Car rental providers like Hertz have their offices close to the entrance of the airport by the main access road Via Mario Mameli, namely right next to car parking facility P8. A free shuttle bus links the terminals with car park P8 at regular intervals throughout the day. Rental cars should be returned to P8 at the end of the rental period.
Customers reserving a car online will be quoted an inclusive price that incorporates the car rental for the period chosen, all taxes, vehicle licence fee and road tax, collision damage waiver, theft protection and location service charges. The price does not include fuel or extras like GPS or child safety seats.
Economy cars from Hertz Rome Ciampino Airport include the Fiat Panda, Ford Fiesta and Nuova Lancia Ypsilon, with is part of the Hertz Green Collection fleet. The car can be supplied with either 2 or 4 doors and features air conditioning, manual transmission and unlimited free kilometres. Seating up to 5 passengers, the car has space for 2 large suitcases, too and does 61 miles to the gallon.
The Compact range from Hertz includes cars like the popular Ford Focus, which can also be rented as a station wagon option. The Intermediate class features cars like the Ford Focus C-Max and the Peugeot 5008 estate, which can seat 4 passengers and has room for 4 large suitcases. The car does 32 miles to the gallon, features manual transmission and air conditioning as well as unlimited free kilometres.
The Hertz Ciampino Airport Premium range includes the Mercedes Benz C class automatic, which can be supplied with either 4 or 5 doors. Seating up to 5 passengers, the car has space for 3 large suitcases, does 26 miles to the gallon and is supplied with unlimited free kilometres and air conditioning as part of the deal.
Eating out in Rome is an unforgettable experience. A plate full of delicious pasta consumed at the Piazza Navona or a yummy dish of Sicilian caponata washed down with a glass of pantelleria muscatel, while sitting in one of the city’s many trattorias in Via Flaminio is one of the best ways to get to know fellow travellers and Roman citizens alike.
With Hertz car hire Rome Ciampino Airport it is also possible to go on a 3 day excursion to see Naples, Pompeii, Capri and Sorrento or to drive to the north of Italy and see Siena and Assisi. Italy is one of Europe’s most visited destinations thanks to its great climate, areas of outstanding natural beauty and most amazing array of historical and religious artefacts and monuments.
For more information or to make a reservation, please visit the official Hertz website at http://www.hertz.com.