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Airport Code: FCO
Located just 12 km southeast of central Rome, just outside the Greater Ring Road, Rome Ciampino Airport is a civilian, commercial and military airport. Reserve a Rome Airport car hire to await your arrival and enjoy worry free ground transportation during your stay.
Ciampino Airport is one of the oldest airports still in operation. After the opening of Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, Ciampino cut back to mostly charter and executive flights.
However, today its traffic has been greatly boosted by low-cost carriers and it is now one of the busiest and fastest growing airports in Italy, serving roughly 5.5 million passengers per year. Avoid the worry and planning of public transportation from the airport to your hotel or destination and take a car hire Rome Airport.
For car rental in Rome Fiumicino Airport, also known as Leonardo Da Vinci Airport you will find a variety of car rental companies at the airport. The following companies offer car rental service in Rome Fiumicino Airport:
Booking your car hire vehicle for Fiumicino Airport in advance is the best way of getting the best deals and cheap car rental offers in 7 seater, 9 seater or any type of car hire vehicle you need for your stay in Rome, Italy.
Airport Name: Rome, Italy
Airport Code: FCO
Telephone: +39(0)665 951
Distance: Rome city || 16 Miles / 26 km / 45 minutes by rental car from Downtown Rome
Address: Aeropuerto de Roma Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) Via dell’Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320 P.O. Box 68 I-00050 Fiumicino Italia
The Pantheon is historic even by Roman standards. It dates back to 125 AD and was built with a hole in the top called the Oculus. The building material used is concrete, which after being used in Roman times, fell out of favour and was rarely found until it was redeveloped in the mid 1770s.
Try to catch a choir performing in the Pantheon - the acoustics are outstanding.
Not far from St Peters zip along the along the Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle in your Rome car hire, crossing the Tiber river into the Vatican area. Originally built as a Mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian, the Castel Sait' Angelo is connected by a covered fortified corridor to the Vatican and served as a refuge for Popes in times of trouble.
There are more than 900 churches in Rome and probably one third would be worth a visit. As Rome has 28 cardinals they take turns to give mass once a week in one of the basilicas, and these four basilicas today constitute the major churches of Rome. The must-see list is St Peter's, St Paul's Outside the Walls, Santa Maria Maggiore, and San Giovanni.
Get great value from your sightseeing ticket by visiting several famous Roman sites. Passes allow you to access the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, the Baths of Caracalla, and the catacombs as well as the Terme di Diocleziano, Palazza Massimo alle Terme, Crypta Balbi, Palazzo Altemps, Villa dei Quintili, and the Tomb of Cecilia Metella.
For many, the sights of ancient Rome are all they came for, and this pass will be enough for them. But make sure you get your full experience of the city too. See also the outskirts of the city using your rented car.
This is the natural starting point for any interested in visiting Rome's world-class museums. Located in Campo Marizo, here you can find the Galleria Broghese, Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, and the Galleria Nazionale d' Arte Moderna.
After a day or so spent browsing around the Via del Corso or the Via Condotti at the high priced designer shops, take a trip in your car hire Rome, Italy out of the city to the designer outlets. At the Castel Romano, located along the Via Pontina highway, you can find more than 100 branded shops and score with a 30% discount - definitely worth using your hire care for the 20 km trip.
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