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Car Rentals in Italy

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Most popular cities to rent a car in Italy

Compare car rental prices for the most popular cities in the country
Current price range
C$ 34 - C$ 55 per day
CHEAPEST CITY IN ITALY Trieste 21% cheaper Car rentals in Trieste are usually the cheapest in Italy at C$ 34 per day on average.
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN ITALY Florence 28% more expensive Florence usually has the highest priced car rentals in Italy with rentals averaging C$ 55 per day.
MOST POPULAR CITY IN ITALY Rome 83% more users visited More momondo users search for car rentals in Rome than any other region in Italy.

Rental car companies in Italy

Below is a list of every nation-wide car rental agency, how many locations they have across the country, and what popular cities you can find them in
Hertz
283 locations
Rome C$ 32/day
Milan C$ 38/day
Naples C$ 38/day
Turin C$ 47/day
Florence C$ 45/day
Avis
219 locations
Rome C$ 51/day
Milan C$ 61/day
Bari C$ 37/day
Florence C$ 64/day
MAGGIORE
215 locations
Milan C$ 30/day
Rome C$ 39/day
Florence C$ 53/day
Naples C$ 38/day
Europcar
204 locations
Rome C$ 52/day
Milan C$ 47/day
Bologna C$ 42/day
Florence C$ 49/day
Turin C$ 29/day
Win Rent
187 locations
Rome C$ 37/day
Milan C$ 35/day
Venice C$ 35/day

Most popular types of rental cars

Below are the most popular car rental types in Italy and the cheapest cities in which to rent them
Small
Small

Best value

Olbia

C$ 34/day
Small

#1 Most popular

Turin

C$ 52/day
Small

#2 Most popular

Palermo

C$ 35/day
Small

#3 Most popular

Perugia

C$ 47/day
Small

#4 Most popular

Viterbo

C$ 39/day
Small

#5 Most popular

Naples

C$ 37/day
Medium
Medium

Best value

Naples

C$ 46/day
Medium

#1 Most popular

Olbia

C$ 62/day
Medium

#2 Most popular

Palermo

C$ 79/day
Medium

#3 Most popular

Pescara

C$ 120/day
Medium

#4 Most popular

Bari

C$ 102/day
Medium

#5 Most popular

Rome

C$ 53/day
Van
Van

Best value

Olbia

C$ 112/day
Van

#1 Most popular

Turin

C$ 122/day
Van

#2 Most popular

Palermo

C$ 128/day
Van

#3 Most popular

Bari

C$ 247/day
Van

#4 Most popular

Florence

C$ 122/day
Van

#5 Most popular

Rome

C$ 163/day
Large
Large

Best value

Florence

C$ 110/day
Large

#1 Most popular

Olbia

C$ 122/day
Large

#2 Most popular

Turin

C$ 133/day
Large

#3 Most popular

Palermo

C$ 133/day
Large

#4 Most popular

Bari

C$ 161/day
Large

#5 Most popular

Naples

C$ 112/day
SUV
SUV

Best value

Pisa

C$ 25/day
SUV

#1 Most popular

Olbia

C$ 74/day
SUV

#2 Most popular

Palermo

C$ 58/day
SUV

#3 Most popular

Turin

C$ 87/day
SUV

#4 Most popular

Rome

C$ 108/day
SUV

#5 Most popular

Naples

C$ 70/day

Renting a car in Italy

Before you book your car rental, here are a few tips and rules you should know about driving in Italy
  • What is the cheapest rental car agency in Italy?

    Avis tends to have the cheapest rental cars in Italy. Users can often find prices for as low as C$ 8/day when booking through Avis. You are more likely to find car rental deals through Avis for less than the average national price of C$ 40/day. These prices may be different depending on the type of car you rent and the city you rent it in.

  • What is the most popular rental car agency in Italy?

    Hertz is currently the most popular car rental company in Italy, with 22% of users selecting their services in the past month. Hertz is also popular due to their 653 reviews and average customer satisfaction score of 6.8 out of 10. Keep in mind that your destination within Italy might not have any Hertz car rental centres, so you should always have a backup agency in mind.

  • What car rental company in Italy has the most locations?

    The car rental company with the most locations in Italy is Sunnycars. They currently have 720 locations that can be found within airports and cities across the country. If you haven’t chosen a city to travel to within Italy, consider Rome, which is the most popular destination in the country. Here you will find that Sunnycars has 51 locations throughout the area.

  • What side of the road do people in Italy drive on?

    In Italy, drivers are required to drive on the right at all times. Not doing so can result in traffic violation tickets.

  • How good are the roads in Italy?

    Italy ranked 49 out of 137 countries across the globe for road quality in 2019. On a scale of 1 to 7, Italy received a road quality score of 4.4. Keep in mind that road quality conditions in Italy can vary depending on what area of the country you plan to visit.

  • What is the drinking and driving limit in Italy?

    0.05% is the legal BAC limit in Italy. Any higher and you will be considered driving under the influence and may receive monetary fines, licence restrictions, and other penalties. Be aware that 18 is the legal drinking age in Italy and there are strict laws that prohibit drivers under this age from drinking and driving.

  • What is the most popular type of rental car in Italy?

    Travellers to Italy usually opt for a Mini as their rental car of choice. This may be due to the weather during their stay, the activities they have planned, or their budget. In the past 30 days, 23% of our users rented a Mini for their trip to Italy at an average cost of C$ 14 per day.

  • How much does gasoline cost in Italy?

    Gasoline in Italy costs C$ 2.44 per liter as of last week. If you plan on renting a car in Italy, then set aside a budget for the cost of gas based on how much driving you imagine doing. If you aren’t set on renting a car in Italy, then consider Algeria. Gasoline prices there are some of the cheapest in the world at C$ 0.42 per liter as of last week. Hong Kong is another great place to visit and rent a car, but keep in mind that gas prices can be expensive at around C$ 3.24 per liter.


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