From Milan to Venice, Rome to Sicily, Europcar has 187 locations spread throughout the country, to ensure that where ever you arrive in Italy, there will always be an expert and experienced car hire solution nearby to help with your car hire needs. Each outlet has access to Europcar's huge fleet of safe, comfortable, reliable vehicles, with a choice of models to fit any size of party or budget. Choose from options like child seats, satellite navigation and extra driver cover, plus services like 3-step online booking and express pick-up. We may not be able to supply a Ferrari, but we can help make sure your journey around Italy runs smoothly.
Considered the birthplace of the civilised world, Italy spawned 600 years of Roman rule over all the known lands. Italy then, and particularly Rome, can boast possibly more history and heritage than anywhere else on Earth. Florence, Venice, Naples, Pisa and Bologna are not to be overlooked as sites of important cultural and artistic significance, as well as being treasure troves of classical and renaissance art. For examples of modern Italian cities, the industrial capital, Turin and possibly the fashion capital of the world, Milan, make excellent destinations. Italy is surrounded on three sides by the sea, making it a stunning location for a beach holiday, while the Alpine and Dolomite mountain ranges dominate the north of the country and offer year-round winter sports.
The City of Rome – It all began here with the Roman Empire over 2000 years ago. These days, Rome is one of the most popular destination cities in the world, attracting up to ten million visitors per year. The city is famous for its bars and restaurants, friendly and lively people, and for being jammed with world-famous sights and landmarks. The ancient and massive symbol of excess, the Colosseum is one of the most popular, along with the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain among so many others. There are many walks that can be followed, which take in a variety of the abundant attractions and ensure they cater to all tastes. Take in a view from at least one of Rome's seven hills, and enjoy a cappuccino before you leave.
The City of Venice – Entirely built on the water, Venice is an enchanting destination. Travel around the cities waterways is by water-bus or, for the romantic, gondola. Amazing sights greet you at every turn, such as St Mark's Basilica, the Piazza San Marco, the Lido di Venezia and, of course, the Grand Canal.
The City of Florence – A world renowned collection of the most ancient and beautiful architecture, and known to many as the jewel in Italy's crown. Filled with museums and art galleries such as the Palazzo Vecchio, the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi museum, among others, that seem to exhibit more works of art than was ever imagined possible. Surrounded by the wonderful Tuscan countryside, Florence is rightly considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world.