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  • Airport Code: FCO
  • Country: Italy
  • Nearest City: Rome
  • Timezone: UTC+1
  • Official Website:
  • Address: Via Dell´Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320, I-00050 Fiumicino, Rome
  • Coordinates: 41.794594,12.250346
  • Distance to City: 25km
  • Terminals: 4
  • Airport Phone: 39 (0)06 65951
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Car Hire Rome Fiumicino Airport

Car rental at Rome Fiumicino Airport is a great way to see the Eternal City and the surrounding area. Simply tell us when you need your Rome Fiumicino car rental, and we can arrange a great rate in an instant, based on the best available rates from a range of reputable suppliers. Book online or by phone, and you're all set to get ready for your trip to Rome. 

Generally known as Fiumicino, Rome Fiumicino Airport is located 25km southwest of Rome city centre. The sixth-busiest airport in Italy, Fiumicino deals with some 36 million passengers annually. Car rental desks are located in Torre Uffici 2: You'll find them by following the signs in the Domestic and International Arrivals areas. Domestic flights depart from passenger station Terminal A, domestic and international flights from Terminal B, and transatlantic flights from Terminal C. The other main airport in Rome is Rome Ciampino.

Refer to your Nova Car Hire booking confirmation document for details of the precise location and opening hours of your specific car hire provider. A member of their staff will direct you to your rental car and provide details of your drop-off location.

Best Car Hire Day Trips from Rome

You could spend all your time in the city, but there is so much more to Rome. Need inspiration? Here are our favourite places within an easy drive of the Italian capital:


The delightful town of Orvieto, 124km from Rome, is poised majestically on a volcanic outcrop in the highlands of Umbria. Its Duomo is considered one of Italy’s finest cathedrals, brimming with exceptional mosaics and frescoes that inspired Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. The city lies atop a network of 3,000-year-old tunnels carved by the Etruscans to provide escape routes in the event of a volcanic eruption, and they remain lined with magnificent living areas. Other attractions include the ancient church of San Giovenale, the 14th-century Albornoz Fortress, and St. Patrick’s Well.


It is well worth the short 33km drive to visit Tivoli, home to two of the most impressive sights in the Lazio region, Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este. Hadrian’s Villa is an extensive complex of 30 ancient Roman structures that Emperor Hadrian built in the second century A.D. as a holiday retreat. Step back in time to glimpse an opulent ancient Rome of marble palaces, theatres, libraries, baths, and temples. On the other side of Tivoli you will find the magnificent gardens of the Villa d'Este, a breathtaking example of Renaissance landscaping, with such stunning features as musical fountains, elegant statues, and delightful waterfalls.


If you have to pick one car hire day trip from Rome, make it Pompeii. Start the day early for this 240km drive to this legendary ruined metropolis, struck by a catastrophic volcanic eruption in 79 A.D. See the remains of 2,000 year buildings and the plaster casts of people who perished in the eruption. The National Archeological Museum of Pompeii also features an exceptional array of art and artifacts excavated from the Pompeii site.


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Image: Rome by Neil & Rome skyline by Bert Kaufmann