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Rome Fiumicino Airport, Italy

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Our main car rental pick-up locations in Rome are; Rome Ciampino AirportRome Leonardo Da Vinci AirportRome Termini Railway StationRome City

Rome Fiumicino Airport Car Rental & Travel Information

Rome Fiumicino Airport Car RentalRome, the 'Eternal City', is the capital and the largest city in Italy and of the Lazio (Latium) region. When arriving at Rome Fiumecino Airport why not consider car rental? There is so much to see and do in and around this vibrant city that getting around easily is a necessity.

 There is a saying “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”, but while there’s no escaping Rome’s rich and vibrant history, modern Romans embrace the present. So do as they do and get involved in the life of the city. Walk the cobbled streets that criss cross around ruins dating back centuries, meet some locals, drink too much wine and coffee, browse heritage markets and grand museums, and eat too much gelato. That’s the dolce vita!!

Colosseum has got to be the most famous of all of Rome’s fabulous sights and attractions. Taking advantage of car hire while in Rome means you can add this to your list of sights to see and easily make a full day of exploring the area.  The Colosseum is amazing. It’s not just the great condition of the structure considering its age, or its size, but the sense of its gory history that resonates.  It was here that gladiators met in mortal combat and condemned prisoners fought off hungry lions.

The Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps have been a magnet for foreigners since the 18th century. They are the widest staircase in Europe. The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel were founded by Pope Julius 2 in the 16th century.  Visiting the Vatican Museums is an unforgettable experience that requires stamina, patience, and strength. The Vatican Museums are large in size and house many treasures collected over thousands of years and are easily found in the papal palace.  The most famous attraction here is the Sistine Chapel. 

Use the convenience of your Rome car rental to visit other areas of the city such as La Casa del Jazz which can be found in the centre of a large park in the southern suburbs. The Casa del Jazz (House of Jazz) is housed in a three-storey 1920s villa that belonged to a Mafia boss. When he was caught, the Comune di Roma renovated and converted it into a jazz complex, including a 150-seat auditorium, rehearsal rooms, café and restaurant, and it hosts regular shows by international jazz stars.

How about a trip to a Roman Gladiator School where it is possible to learn how to become a gladiator from times gone by? Do something unique on your holiday and be the envy of your friends. With this 2 hour session you will master the basics of hand-to-hand combat at a genuine gladiator school on the ancient Appian Way. You'll discover the secrets of Imperial Rome's gladiator games, get hands-on with ancient Roman history and have the best fun you can imagine!

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