Located about 22 miles southwest of Rome city center, Fiumicino Airport is also known as Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport, named after Leonardo da Vinci, an Italian mathematics prodigy. Spread across 3,700 acres, Fiumicino Airport is one of the largest aviation hubs of Italian Republic. Catering to more than 38 million passengers annually, that airport ranks among top 10 busy airports of Europe. Serving as a primary operational base for Alitalia, the country’s largest air carrier, Fiumicino Airport is connected to all major airports across the globe. In addition to a six-lane motorway that connects the airport to city center, there is also one high-speed rail line offering direct train service from the main terminal to Termini Station in Rome.
Car rental at Fiumicino Airport
The saying ‘Rome was not built in a day’ holds true for a city that is sprawling across 496 sq mi. With literally uncountable attractions dispersed across its length and breadth, relying on conventional transport can be a daunting experience. As the entire metropolis seems comfortably doable in a car, you can pick-up one right from the airport and start head on with your itinerary list. Take a look on the following list of gas stations that let you return your car tank-full while coming back at the supplier service desk.
- Alfa Gasauto at Via del Forte Bravetta, 6, 00164 Rome
- Battistoni Daniele at Via Vigna Murata, 95, Rome
- Alfa Gasauto at Via Vigna Murata, 202, Rome
- Metano Salaria at Via Pomonte, Rome
Do consider these eating joints to savor mouth watering Italian dishes while planning your next stop after leaving the airport terminal.
- Vacanze Romane at Via dell'Aeroporto di Fiumicino, 320, 00054 Fiumicino Rome
- Al Contadino Non Far Saper at Via della Macchiarella, 128, 00119 Rome
- Al Bajniero S.R.L. at Via Felice Caronni, 79, 00119 Rome
- Ristorante MONUMENTO at Piazza umberto I, 8 Rome
While Rome’s historic city center is approachable from the airport in less than 30 minutes, you can take E53/A1 for Florence, which is about 192 miles northwest of Rome. Take A1 motorway if you are going to Naples, a famous beach destination located about 150 miles southeast of the Italian capital.
Hailed as the Eternal City, Rome is one of the oldest surviving cities of Europe. A major tourist destination, Rome is known for its imaginative poets, legendary writers, inspiring painters, and artistic architects that created monumental masterpieces of Italy. Explore the legendary historic complex while enjoying delectable Italian cuisine in some of the world’s most famous restaurants.
Key city attractions
What makes VIP Cars special?
- Rome Historic Center – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Vatican City – Home of the Bishop of Rome
- Villa Borghese Gardens
- Arch of Constantine
- Rome Cathedral
- Strategic collaboration with leading suppliers such as, Locauto Rent, Auto Europa Sicily By Car, Maggiore, Firefly Car Rental, Europcar, Gold Car, Buchbinder, Sixt, and Alamo
- Exclusive low car rental deals inclusive of all standard supplier inclusion
- Three-steps booking with multicurrency acceptability function
- 24/7 Fiumicino Airport Car Rental reservation assistance