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Car Hire in Italy

Book cheap car hire in Italy today and discover this wonderful and historic country by road. Whether you’re exploring Tuscany, Cinque Terre, the Lakes or Sorrento, we can provide great value car hire! Also, be sure to check out our top 5 tourist attractions in Italy below.

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Italy has something for every holidaymaker whether you want to wander through the stunning countryside of Tuscany, relax on a sandy beach, drive through historic cities such as Rome and Florence or just marvel at the beautiful architecture that is common throughout Italy.

Italy and Economy Car Hire

We are all about value and unbeatable customer service here at Economy Car Hire. Book with us and you'll get your Italian holiday off to a great start when you pick up your rental car whether you're in Ancona or Vicenza. 

Should you need to speak to us for any reason, our head office is open 6 days a week and we offer a 24/7 emergency service for the more serious issues.

Italian airports

No matter which Italian destination you’ve picked for your next trip, you can rest assured that Economy Car Hire is close by and ready to assist. We serve both the major airports and smaller travel hubs offering car rental at over 70 locations around Italy and its islands.

Fly into Venice Airport and you’ll find yourself perfectly placed to discover the romantic side of Italy. Besides the gorgeous canals, you’ll also see the Arena, an ancient Roman amphitheatre, and the house of Juliet, which includes the famous balcony that appeared in the beloved Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet.

Visiting the Eternal City? We serve Rome Fiumicino Airport and Rome Ciampino so you can make time for the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter's Basilica & Vatican City, the Spanish Steps, and the Roman Forum. What’s that? You want more? How about the Piazza Navona, Palantine Hill, Capitoline Hill, Villa Borghese, Castel Sant’Angelo, and the Altare della Patria?

Don’t forget that Perugia, home to the underground fortress of Rocca Paolina and Grosseto, with its huge number of eye-catching churches and central cathedral are both just a short drive away as well.

Fly into Bergamo Airport for Lakes Como and Iseo or to explore the less familiar city of Bergamo. The city is split between two levels – an upper level filled with monuments and historic buildings such as the Cappella Colleoni, and a lower level that is more modern and dynamic.

Think of Milan and chances are the cities two great football clubs, Inter Milan and AC Milan will spring to mind so why not visit the stunning San Siro Stadium. Or, if you’re a culture vulture, check out the stunning Milan Cathedral and wonderful Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Milan Malpensa Airport is a short drive from the San Siro if you’re here for the football. Alternatively, stay on the A8 into Milan for the other sites such as the two canals that snake their way through the city. We also work with suppliers at Milan Linate Airport if you’re arriving here.

If you can't decide which Italian city to visit for a short break, check out our guide to Italy's best cities.

Our top 5 tourist attractions in Italy

  1. The Colosseum – One of the most iconic buildings in the world. The Colosseum is a must see for any traveller. The sheer scale of it is mind blowing and well worth seeing again and again.
  2. Venice & its canals – One of the most romantic cities in the world. A private gondola trip down the Grand Canal is expensive but a wonderful experience.
  3. Italian Lakes – Surrounded by mountains, the Lakes are quintessentially Italian. The most famous is Como, but there’s a lot more to discover here. Check out our Guide to the Italian Lakes for more information.
  4. Amalfi coast – This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline on earth.
  5. Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore – The stunning cathedral of Florence was consecrated in 1426. Considered one of the greatest cathedrals in the world, the dome’s interior is absolutely breath-taking.

Find out more about Italy

Besides offering great value car hire in Italy, we have all the important information you need for driving there. We also have a detailed Italy travel guide and some travel articles about Italy so you can start planning your perfect getaway now. Looking for something a little different? No problem, just take a look at our guide to skiing in Italy instead.


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