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Customers wishing to make an enquiry or a reservation with Sixt Rome Ciampino Airport should either telephone on tel +39 06 793 40802 / +39 06 793 40718, or fax to + 39 06 793 40802 or visit the websites at http://www.sixt.com or www.sixt.it; the office is open from Mondays to Fridays from 08.00 am to 08.00 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 09.00 am to 06.00 pm.
The rental station can be found at the International Arrivals Terminal and car rental offices are also located by P8 car park at the entrance to the airport compound. Rental cars should be returned to this facility at the end of the rental period.
Sixt Ciampino Airport can offer a large fleet of vehicles at competitive prices suiting most budgets and tastes. Cars like the Lancia Ypsilon come with unlimited free kilometres for just USD 67.57 per 3-day rental. The Opel Astra or Citroen C4 require drivers to be at least 21-years-old. These cars have 5 doors, can carry up to 5 passengers and have room in the boot for 2 large and 1 smaller piece of luggage.
The Renault Megane station wagon, Mercedes Benz B class and Lancia Delta all have satellite navigation included in the price of the rental in addition to free unlimited kilometres and third party insurance. These cars come as 4 or 5 door options, can seat up to 5 people and have room for up to 5 pieces of luggage.
The Mercedes Benz A-class vehicles from Sixt have 4 doors, room for 5 passengers and 4 pieces of luggage. They are supplied with automatic shift, air conditioning and satellite navigation.
Child safety seats and winter equipment such as ski racks have to be paid extra on all car rentals.
The Lazia region, in which Rome is located, is divided into 5 provinces. Viterbo and Rieti are situated in the north and west. In the heart of the region Rome takes prominence as the administrative centre. Latina and Frosinone are the provinces to the south. Within an easy driving distance of Rome lie the lovely towns of Tivoli and Frascati. The latter is a historic hill-side town some 13 miles / 21 km distance from Rome. Famous for its wine as well as its lovely Villa Aldobrandini, Frascati attracts a large number of visitors during the summer, who want to escape the heat and tourist crowds of Rome.
Tivoli boasts the wonderful gardens of the Villa d’Este as well as extensive ruins of Hadrian’s Villa, or to be precise the Villa Adriana. The gorgeous, but faded town centre was once a major trading centre for merchants en route from Rome to Abruzzi. There are natural springs, the grand Fountain of the Dragons and Hundred Fountains attractions at the Villa d’Este’s gardens, the Villa Gregoriana’s park and gorge complete with 100 meter waterfall to name but a few of the sights on offer.
A drive into the north of Lazia brings most tourists to Viterbo, a historic settlement with a well-preserved medieval centre, beautiful Lakes Vico and Bolsena, the Villa Lante in Bagnia’s wonderful gardens and much, much more.
Before the Romans there were the Etruscans, who left their mark in the hundreds of tombs they left behind at Tarquinia and a necropolis at Cerveteri. Throughout the Lazi region there are historic sights of outstanding cultural interest and beauty.
For more information about Sixt car hire Rome Ciampino Airport, please visit the official website at http://www.sixt.com.