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Last Updated: 24th April, 2024

Opened in 1912 Rome Ciampino Airport is the second busiest airport in Rome after Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. It is situated 12 km South-east of Rome and handles over 5 million passengers per annum.

We compare car rental from the following rent a car companies. Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget Dollar, National Car Rental, Sixt, Thrifty Europcar at Rome Ciampino Airport in Italy. We shop around to save you time and money and source the best car hire prices in Italy. The car hire area are next to the P8 car park. A free shuttle bus will take you to and from the airport

Rome Ciampino Car Rental FAQ

Which is the best car hire company at Rome Ciampino Airport?

Based on feedback from over 10,000 customers who hired a car at at Rome Ciampino Airport, Enterprise had the best customer satisfaction rating with a score of 7.6.

Can I rent a car at Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy with a debit card?

Yes you can hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport with a debit card issued by a bank. Conditions of debit card use: card must be in main driver's name. MasterCard or VISA only. Debit cards must be issued by a bank, and numbers must be embossed. Please note, the deposit amount will be charged if using a debit card and associated transactions fees may apply. Maximum rental duration 28 days if using a debit card. Prepaid and electronic cards (Visa Electron) are not accepted. Be sure to check the filter for Both Credit and Debit Cards on the left side under the heading Cards Accepted At Pick-Up. This will display the car hire companies that will accept Debit Cards. Please contact us and we will be glad to explain how rent a car with a debit card

Can I rent a car at Rome Ciampino Airport Italy if I am over 70?

Yes, you can hire a car in Rome Ciampino from selected car rental companies up to 99 years of age with no extra charges. Contact us we will be glad to assist you by comparing the leading car hire companies to get you the best deal.

Can I rent a car at Rome Ciampino Airport if I am under 25?

You can hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport at 18 years of age, with no additional fees. Please contact us and we will be glad to explain how to get the best deal for your age group.

Can I take a rental car from Rome Ciampino to visit a different Country?

Yes some car hire companies will allow you to take a rental car cross border as far as Spain, Portugal Croatia, Denmark, but you will need to get permission first. There will be additional fees to cross an International border.

Can I take a rental car from Rome Ciampino and drop it off in a different Country?

Yes some car hire companies will allow one way rentals cross border, you will need to get permission first. There will be an additional one way rental fee if you leave the car in a different location to the pick location.

How long do I need to hold a licence in order to rent a car in Rome Ciampino Airport?

A full licence held for minimum of 1 year with no major endorsements. UK licence holders need to present the photo card

Which documents do I need to hire a car at Rome Ciampino Airport?

The principle driver will need to have the following documents in his or her name. A full licence, a credit card, the voucher we will send you when you complete your booking, and a passport.

What is the fuel policy for a hire car in Rome Ciampino Airport?

The vast majority of cars have a full to full fuel policy, which means your vehicle will be supplied with a full tank of fuel. To avoid incurring fuel charges, you will need to return it with the same amount of fuel as it had when you collected it.

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Rome Ciampino Car Rental Locations

Airport Ciampino Rome Ciampino Airport, Roma Italy Roma CIA
Airport Fiumicino Arrivals, Rome Fuminico Airport., Rome, Fiumicino Italy Rome FCO
Cassia Via Cassia,1056 Italy Rome
Collatina Via Codroipo, 7 Italy Rome (roma)
Conca D'oro Via Val D'ala 32 Italy Rome
Downtown Via del Prati Fiscali, 293/295, Rome, 00141, Lazio Italy Rome
Flaminia Via Flaminia Nuova 234 Italy Rome
Formello Via Formellese Sud, Km 3,850 Italy Rome (roma)
Magliana Via Della Magliana 317 Italy Rome
Medaglie d'Oro Via Cesare Pascarella n 43, Rome, 00146 Italy Rome
Montemario Hilton Hotel Italy Rome
Monteverde VIA AOSTA 25, ROME, 00100, Italy Italy ROME
Navigatori Via Tuscolana. 1055, Rome, 00173, Italy Italy Rome
Ostiense Via Pellegrino Matteucci 35 Italy Rome (roma)
Parioli C/o Parking Parioli Italy Rome (roma)
Piazza Francesco Vicona Piazza Francesco Vivona 3, Rome EUR - Piazza Francesco Vicona Italy Rome EUR - Piazza Francesco Vicona
Settebagni (North) Via Salaria 1460, Rome Settebagni (North) Italy Rome Settebagni (North)
Sheraton Hotel Sheraton- Via del Pattinaggio, 100, Roma, 00144, Lazio Italy Roma
Sheraton Via Del Pattinaggio inside Hotel Sheraton, Via Del Pattinaggio 100, Rome Italy Rome
Tintoretto Via Del Tintoretto, 400 Italy Rome (roma)
Train Station Stazione Termini, Roma, Rome Italy Rome
Tuscolana Via Tuscolana 1530/1546 Italy Rome
Vatican State Via Cipro Via Cipro, 83, Roma, 00136, Lazio Italy Roma
Vaticano St Peters (vatican Area) Italy Rome
Via Aosta Via Aosta 25, Roma Italy Roma
Via Appia Via Appia, 666 A/B, Roma, 00173, Lazio Italy Roma
Via Appio Via Appio Claudio, 5, Roma Italy Roma
Via Arturo (Hilton Hotel) Via Arturo Ferrarin N 2 (Presso Hilton Rome Airport), Rome, 00050 Italy Rome
Via Aurelia Via Aurelia 456 A/B, Roma, 00165 Italy Roma
Via Casilina Via Casilina N. 769, Roma Italy Roma
Via Cesare Via Cesare Giulio Viola, 48, Roma, 00148, Lazio Italy Roma
Via Cherubin Viale Medaglie D'oro 348 Italy Rome (roma)
Via Della Scafa Via Della Scafa 310,, Fiumicino, Roma Italy Fiumicino
Via GiolItalyti Via GiolItalyti, N 16, Roma Italy Roma
Via Lombardia VIA DEL GALOPPATOIO 33 24H OPEN, ROME, 00197 Italy ROME
Via Ludovisi Via Ludovisi, 38, Rome, 00187, Lazio Italy Rome
Via Pindaro Via Appia Nuova 1200 Italy Rome (roma)
Via PO VIA PO 8/A, ROME, 00198 Italy ROME
Via Sardegna Via Sardegna, 35 Italy Rome
Via Tiburtina Via Tiburtina, 905, Roma, 00159, Lazio Italy Roma
Via Tirone Via Tirone 11/13 (Angolo Via Blaserna), Rome, 00146 Italy Rome
Via Tirreno North-East Viale Tirreno, 128/A, Roma, 00141 Italy Roma
Viale Marche Via GiolItalyti 34(plat 24) Italy
Villa Borghese Via Ludovisi 38, Rome Villa Borghese Italy Rome Villa Borghese
Rome- Via Delle Medaglie D'Oro VIA DELLE MEDAGLIE D'ORO,348, Rome Italy Rome
Rome-VIA GIOLItalyTI VIA GIOLItalyTI, 16/34, Rome Italy Rome

Rome Ciampino Airport Information

Airport Name: Ciampino G. B. Pastine International Airport
Airport Code: CIA
Address: Via Appia Nuova, 1651, 00040 Ciampino RM, Italy
City: Rome Ciampino
Country: Italy
Telephone: +39 06 65951
Time Zone: GMT + 1
Driving Directions to Rome Ciampino Airport
Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available. A Kiss & Go
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal at the arrivals exit door
Train service: Trenitalia rail opperates a service to Rome
Bus service: Buses operrated by ATRAL, COTRAL, SIT, TERRAVISION, SCHIAFFINI are sittuated in front of the Departures doors.
Car Hire: The car rental desks are located near the departure exit, on Via Mameli, next to the P8 car park. A free shuttle bus will take you to and from the airport.
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall

Flight Destinations from Rome Ciampino Airport

Ciampino Airport is a low cost airport used by Ryanair and Wizz Air and fly to many locations in Europe

Rome Ciampino See & Do

Rome is a bustling metropolis of art, culture, architecture and history, Rome is a living monument and a vibrant and exciting city offering something for every type of traveller. From food and wine connoisseurs to history and culture seekers, party goers to sun worshippers, it doesn’t matter whether you’re on a budget or splashing out, you’ll be spoilt for choice. With the centre listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the most magical things about Rome is that every corner reveals yet another important historic monument, spanning a variety of eras. Must see attractions are the Michelangelo-adorned Sistine Chapel, the Coliseum, the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, not to mention the Trevi Fountain, St Peter’s Square and the Vatican museum.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon was built in 27 B.C. by Marcus Agrippa and reconstructed by Hadrian in the early 2nd century A.D. Still intact, it is probably the most recognisable of Rome’s buildings. An extraordinary 142 feet wide and 142 feet high it is a perfect sphere resting in a cylinder. The walls measure 25 feet wide and the bronze entrance doors weigh 20 tons each. The building is regarded as one of the architectural wonders of the world due to its dome and its concept of space. Michelangelo studied the dome before designing the cupola of St. Peter’s. Raphael, Vittorio Emanuele II and his successor, Umberto I, are all interred at the Pantheon.

The Colosseum

Emperor Vespasian began building the Colosseum in 72 AD and his son Titus completed it in 80 AD thanks to the forced labour of 12,000 Jewish captives. The Colosseum is still regarded as the greatest architectural inheritance from ancient Rome. At its peak, the Colosseum could seat 50,000. The crowd watched spine chilling bloody shows involving exotic animals shipped in from the far corners of the Roman Empire and beyond. Naval battle simulations were staged because the Colosseum could also be flooded. Even the Emperor Commodus is reputed to have fought with wild beasts and human gladiators alike in the Colosseum. He wore a lion skin on such occasions in imitation of Hercules. The Colosseum remained intact until the 8th century. The decline of the Colosseum began when Pope Paul III granted his nephew permission to quarry the Colosseum’s stones to build his own palace. The Papal grant allowed the Cardinal to remove as much material as he could in 12 hours. The Colosseum was saved when it was consecrated to the memory of the martyrs.

The Trevi Fountain (Fontana dei Trevi)

The Trevi Fountain, made famous in the film Three Coins in the Fountain has recently been restored. It is an absolute must-see. Its history dates back to ancient Rome and it was re-built several times until its final version was designed by architect Francesco Salvi in the 17th century. It is a masterpiece that mesmerizes visitors from all over the world. The design centres on the god Neptune riding his winged chariot through gushing waters from the Acqua Vergine aqueduct. The shell chariot is drawn by winged steeds and is led by a pair of tritons; the figures in the side niches represent good health and fertility. Visitors still honor the ancient tradition of throwing a coin in this fountain before leaving Rome - thus assuring their return.

The Spanish Steps (Scalinata di Spagna)

The square in which the Spanish Steps lie takes its name from the Spanish Embassy which used to have its headquarters here. Designed by Italian architect Francesco de Sanctis and built from 1723 to 1725, they are beautifully elegant and are a favourite meeting point. Website: The Spanish Steps

The Vatican City

The Vatican has been a state since 1920 with the pope as its head. This tiny enclave in the heart of Rome is the administrative and spiritual capital of Roman Catholicism as well as the world’s smallest independent state. The Vatican is the richest country in the world per square foot and has a total population of only 750. The Vatican has an astonishing collection of priceless art treasures and some of the most captivating architecture in the world including St Peter’s Catholic Church designed by Michelangelo. The Sistine Chapel is the main chapel in the Vatican Palace. Frescoes adorning the walls include works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, and Perugino. The ceiling of the Sistine chapel is famous and was painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512.

The Catacombs of St. Callixtus

St. Callixtus was in charge of these catacombs before he was elected pope in 217. The catacombs stretch for nearly 12 miles. There are five levels that reach a depth of about 65 feet. With almost half a million tombs and numerous paintings, sculptures and epigraphs inside, these catacombs offer rare and invaluable information about the life and culture of the ancient Christians buried here. On entering the catacombs you'll see the crypt of the nine popes with the original marble tablets of their tombs still preserved.

The Baths of Caracalla

The Baths of Caracalla are a series of ruins that give a real insight into the splendor and opulence of ancient Rome. Many of the aristocracy would have spent their time here, bathing and socializing. The Baths of Caracalla once consisted of a 27-acre complex with marble seats for more than 1600 people. The facilities at Caracalla ranged from steam rooms to tepidariums as well as immense pools and frigidariums for the cooling-out process. The complex also housed fountains, statues, mosaics, gardens, playing fields, gymnasiums, restaurants, libraries, promenades, galleries, theatres and concert halls.

The Mouth of Truth (Bocca della Verita)

The Mouth of Truth hangs on the wall of the entrance to the Church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin. The cracked marble disk, resembling a human face, was once considered a lie detector. It was thought that a liar would loose his hands if he placed them in the mouth of the Bocca del Verita. It is said to have originally been a Roman ornamental drain cover! Perhaps the most famous appearance by the Bocca della Verita is in the William Wyler film Roman Holiday made in 1953, which starred Gregory Peck as the American journalist Joe Bradley and Audrey Hepburn as a European Princess called Anna. A must for all those romantics!

The Forum

The Forum was the commercial, political and religious centre of ancient Rome. Constructed over a period of about 900 years, it was originally an amazing juxtaposition of buildings and temples reflecting vastly different eras. Crowds gathered to hear the daily gossip and meet people while senators came to discuss the fate of the Republic. The site fell into disrepair and disintegration when the Roman Empire fell. Make sure to see the Arch of Septimus Severus, the Temple of Saturn, the House of the Vestals, the Temple of Antoninus & Faustina and the Arch of Titus all in the Forum.

The Palatine

From the Forum you can climb the Palatine, a small hill honey-combed with vast brick cellar ruins and some of the most pleasant garden walks imaginable. The wealthy and powerful of ancient Rome built their palaces and temples here. Emperor Nero Domus Aurea built his "Golden House" here, regarded as the most pretentious palace ever built. Make sure to visit the House of Livia, the Domus Augustana, the Palace of the Flavians and the ruins of the Baths of Septimus Severus.

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Grand Hotel Via Veneto

Grand Hotel Via Veneto, Via V. Veneto 155, Via Veneto, 00187 Rome Grand Hotel Via Veneto is a new, luxurious hotel in one of Rome's most famous streets. You can walk to Villa Borghese park, or stroll to Trevi Fountain in minutes. There is a choice of elegant rooms and junior suites, all provided with satellite TV with pay channels and free Wi-Fi. Each is decorated with fine fabrics and handmade furniture. The roof garden features views of Porta Pinciana and Villa Borghese park. The unique lobby includes a crystal ceiling and a Murano glass chandelier.

Hotel Capannelle,

Hotel Capannelle,Via Siderno 37, Appio Latino, 00178 Rome Hotel Capannelle offers an outdoor swimming pool, and a free shuttle to/from Ciampino Airport and 2 of Rome's metro stations. It is in a historic area 12 km from city centre. Rooms at the Capannelle are spacious and air-conditioned, some offer views of the garden. All rooms feature satellite and pay-per-view TV, as well as Wi-Fi access. Capanelle Hotel's Marco Polo restaurant serves Roman dishes. Drinks and snacks are available in the lounge with bar. The historic neighbourhood includes ancient Villa dei Quintili and the Parco degli Acquedotti, home to Rome's historic aqueducts. The golf club Circolo del Golf di Roma is a 5-minute drive away, as is Capannelle Racecourse, which is also a popular concert venue.

&H Hotel Fiume

B&H Hotel Fiume, Via Brescia 5, Nomentano, 00198 Rome With direct bus links to/from Roma Termini Train Station and the historic centre, B&H Hotel Fiume is near Villa Borghese Park. Rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The B&H is located in Piazza Fiume, and features a rooftop terrace with city views. The elegant Via Veneto, with its many cafés and restaurants, is a short walk away. Rooms come with air conditioning, elegant parquet floors, and a private bathroom with shower. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby.

Giulio Cesare

Giulio Cesare, Via Degli Scipioni 287, Vaticano Prati, 00192 Rome The 4-star Giulio Cesare is located in the elegant Prati area in central Rome, 300 metres from Lepanto Metro Station. This 19th-century building features a roof garden overlooking the Vatican. Rooms are decorated in a classic style with precious chandeliers and antique furniture. Each room has an LCD TV with cable and pay-per-view channels, plus a private marble bathroom. Some rooms overlook the garden. Hotel Giulio Cesare is just a 15-minute walk from St Peter’s Basilica and 10 minutes on foot from the famous Piazza Del Popolo. Termini Station is 5 Metro stops away.

Hilton Rome Airport

Hilton Rome Airport, Via Arturo Ferrarin 2, 00054 Fiumicino Hilton Rome Airport is directly connected to Rome Fiumicino's Terminal 2 by a walkway. Its free shuttle service gets you into Rome city centre in around 30 minutes. Rome Hilton Airport has a fitness centre with indoor heated pool, sauna, steam bath, and whirlpool. There is a children's play room, a sun deck, a sports field, a bar and a restaurant. Rooms are quiet and large at the Hilton. Professional staff <

Hotel Palacavicchi, Via di Ciampino 70

Hotel Palacavicchi, Via di Ciampino 70, 00178 Ciampino Located just outside Rome, Hotel Palavicchi is a 3 star hotel boasting an excellent position within easy reach of Ciampino Airport. Less than 2 km from Rome’s famous low cost airport, Hotel Palavicchi is the ideal spot for visiting the Eternal City and its surrounding areas. The Roman Castles, Archaeological Park of Appia Antica and Rome’s historic centre are all within a 25 km radius of the hotel. Hotel Palacavicchi is well connected to main motorways (G.R.A.), railway stations and public transport (Metro A - Anagnina station) and will even provide a shuttle service to airport, railway and metro at an additional cost. Providing modern and comfortable accommodation, the hotel has separated the structure into 2 areas. One area is dedicated to groups to ensure all guests a relaxing stay.

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