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Car rental in Italy

Smart ForFour
  • € 45.00Minimum rental price
  • GasolineCar cuel
  • 5Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
  • € 1 000.00Deposit
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Winter tires $
  • Anti-skid chains $
  • Baby chair $
Peugeot 208
  • € 50.00Minimum rental price
  • DieselCar cuel
  • 5Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Manual transmissionCar transmission
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Anti-skid chains $
  • Baby chair $
Fiat Punto
  • € 35.00Minimum rental price
  • 5Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    Audi A3
    • € 40.00Minimum rental price
    • 5Car doors count
    • 5Car seats count
      Volkswagen
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      • € 20.00Minimum rental price
      • GasolineCar cuel
      • 5Car doors count
      • 5Car seats count
      • Manual transmissionCar transmission
      • Air conditioningAir conditioner
      • Navigator
      Nissan NV200
      • € 47.00Minimum rental price
      • ElectricityCar cuel
      • 4Car doors count
      • 3Car seats count
      • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
      • € 500.00Deposit
      • Air conditioningAir conditioner
        Fiat Punto
        • € 40.00Minimum rental price
        • GasolineCar cuel
        • 5Car doors count
        • 5Car seats count
        • Manual transmissionCar transmission
        • Air conditioningAir conditioner
        • Navigator $
        • Anti-skid chains $
        • Baby chair $
        Citroen C3
        • € 50.00Minimum rental price
        • DieselCar cuel
        • 5Car doors count
        • 5Car seats count
        • Manual transmissionCar transmission
        • Air conditioningAir conditioner
        • Navigator $
        • Anti-skid chains $
        • Baby chair $
        Lancia Ypsilon
        • € 55.00Minimum rental price
        • 2021Car built year
        • GasolineCar cuel
        • 5Car doors count
        • 5Car seats count
        • Manual transmissionCar transmission
        • Air conditioningAir conditioner
        • Navigator $
        • Anti-skid chains $
        • Children's booster $
        Smart ForFour
        • € 36.00Minimum rental price
        • GasolineCar cuel
        • 5Car doors count
        • 4Car seats count
        • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
        • € 500.00Deposit
        • Air conditioningAir conditioner
        • Navigator $
        • Winter tires $
        • Anti-skid chains $
        • Baby chair $
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        Car rental in Italy

        Car rental in Italy

        Helpful information

        About the country

        • The capital is Rome
        • The population is 59.11 million people
        • The area is 302,073 km2
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        Climate and weather

        • Italy is located in the subtropical Mediterranean climate zone
        • In the north it is temperate, and in the south and in the center of the country it is subtropical Mediterranean
        • Summer is usually hot: the temperature in the center of the country in July stays around +22 ... +24 ° C
        • Winter is cool and foggy (January — about 0 °C)
        • In the Alpine zone, the climate has a continental character, the altitude zone is manifested

        Currency

          • The main payments are made in euros
          • You can exchange money in Italy at the airport, post offices, banks, currency exchange offices
          • It is not recommended to change money in Italy at airports and train stations, because the commission for the exchange can reach 10% of the amount
          • When exchanging currency at exchange offices or bank branches, pay attention not only to the exchange rate, but also to the percentage that is taken for the exchange
          • In some exchange offices and bank branches, they charge not a percentage, but a fixed amount for the exchange
          • In cities, restaurants and large department stores, you can pay with credit cards

        Language

          • The official language of Italy is Italian
          • In Italy, 14 dialects are used for communication, in addition to the official language
          • The main foreign languages in Italy are English, French, Spanish and German
          • 35% of Italians are fluent in English and actively speak it
          • 17% of Italian residents use French
          • 6% of Italians speak German
          • Italian immigrants are students and seasonal workers. They are native speakers of Albanian, Romanian and Arabic

        The shops

          • Excluding discounts, prices here are about 20-25% lower than in most European countries
          • Usually all Italian shops open at 8:00-9:00 and work until 19:00-19:30 with a siesta break from 13:00 to 15:00
          • Some shopping malls and large supermarkets sometimes close later - at 20:00-21:00
          • No one works on Sunday, large shopping malls sometimes make an exception on the eve of holidays
          • When planning shopping in Italy, it is worth remembering the rule: the fewer tourists, the lower the prices

        An airport

          • Fiumicino, Malpensa, Naples, Bergamo, Guglielmo Marconi – international airports. Fiumicino is the largest airport in Italy, providing an average of 87 flights per day
          • The airport is located in Capodichino, in the Naples area, about 7 km from the city center. Car rental at Naples airport
          • The nearest airport to Rome is Ciampino (CIA). The Ciampino Airport (CIA) is located just 12.5 km from the center of Rome. Car rental at the airport of Ciampino
          • Milan-Malpensa Airport is the largest of the three airports in Milan, Italy. Located 45 km from the center of Milan. Car rental in Milan

        Information services

          • Reference telephone service in Italy - 100
          • Each city has an information center marked with the letter I or the inscription Infopoint
          • International code: +39
          • Prefix for making international calls: 00
          • Phone numbers in Italy have different lengths
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        Top 5 dishes of national cuisine

          • Lasagna. This is a complex dish that conceals three main components: Meat stew, which is prepared from 3 to 5 hours, bechamel sauce and put
          • Pizza. The main feature is that after the dough rises twice with one rim, put it in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours
          • Risotto. The main secret is the correct rice. The best variety is aborio
          • Pasta. This dish consists of two parts. These are most often purchased pasta and sauce
          • Tiramisu. The main feature of the classic tiramisu is the cream of fresh eggs
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        Phones

          • A SIM card of one of the Italian operators (TIM, Wind, Vodafone) can be purchased in cellular stores
          • You can also connect unlimited Internet access using 3G: as a rule, it costs no more than €2-3 per week
          • All international numbers of users of this telephone network have a common beginning +39
          • Since Italy has adopted a closed numbering plan, the number must always be dialed in full

        Emergency and help service numbers

          • Reference phone number – 100
          • Carabinieri (military police) – 112
          • Police – 113
          • Fire protection – 115
          • Italian Automobile Club (assistance to motorists) – 116
          • Ambulance – 118 (if this number is not valid in the area where you are located, call 113)

        Top 5 attractions

          • The Vatican. Here you can walk along the alleys of the famous Vatican Gardens and see the Pope with your own eyes, climb the dome of St. Peter's Cathedral
          • The Colosseum. This is a huge amphitheater, built back in 72 AD and became the main symbol of the Roman Empire
          • Milan Cathedral. The largest Gothic temple in the world
          • Grand Canal. Located in Venice. It starts from St. Mark's Pool and stretches with a big letter S for almost 4 km
          • The Leaning Tower of Pisa. Located in the city of Pisa, it is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
        Grand Canal

        Traffic regulations, traffic features

          • You can drive with a Russian driver's license if the full name is written in Latin
          • Circular motion in Italy is ubiquitous
          • Fines are high here, and compliance with traffic regulations is strictly monitored
          • In the cold season (the exact dates vary by region), it is mandatory to use winter tires or have snow chains on board
          • Cars with a trailer in the city can go at the same speed as the rest, and outside the city no faster than 70 km/h
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        Toll roads

          • There are a lot of toll highways in Italy, they are called motorways
          • The entrance to the motorway is indicated by a corresponding green sign, the same color are all signs related to the motorway
          • You can pay for travel in cash, by bank cards or special prepaid Viacard cards, as well as using an electronic device-a Telepass transponder
          • At the entrance, drivers receive a ticket, which is presented to the cashier at the end of the paid section or inserted into the machine

        Speed mode

          • Movement within the settlement – no more than 50 km/h
          • Outside the locality – 90 km/h
          • By free highway ("super highway") it is possible to accelerate up to 110 km/h
          • On the motorway – up to 130 km/h

        Gas stations

          • On motorways, gas stations operate, as a rule, with round-the-clock service
          • In other places, staff at gas stations can work from 7:00 to 12:30 and from 15:30 to 19:00
          • Terminals accept cash and some types of cards, but do not issue change
          • Often separate columns are allocated for self–refueling - they have the designation "Self", and there will be a "Servito" sign on the service columns

        Car parking

          • Most parking lots are paid, they are indicated in blue (blue, or blue zone)
          • You can pay for parking in cash using a parking meter, or by sending SMS or via mobile applications
          • White markings indicate free parking
          • Parking in a place where it is prohibited may entail the imposition of a fine, and in some cases, the evacuation of the car

        Penalties

          • Overtaking in violation of the rules (under a forbidding sign, on a bridge) can facilitate a purse in the amount of € 75 to 300
          • Travel through the restricted traffic zone – € 100
          • Violation of parking rules – from € 19
          • Getting behind the wheel in a state of intoxication will be very expensive, up to imprisonment

        The cost of car rental

          • The most budget car is Volkswagen Polo, from € 18.00 per day
          • The most expensive car available for rent is Mercedes-Benz G-class, from 1,750 euros per day

        Types of cars available for rent

        Types of cars available for rent

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