Car hire in Italy
Why rent your car with Avis in Italy?Are you ready to explore everything Italy and its vivid towns and history have to offer? Avis is here to help! With an abundance of locations around Italy, at airports and train stations, picking up your hire car is easy! Simply go online and rent a car that best suits your trip - using our straight-forward booking service. Hiring a car has never been easier, and you get to enjoy a variety of benefits:
- Car for every journey: From premium cars in our Select Series and Prestige collections to holiday friendly people carriers and cost-efficient smaller models, we offer a wide variety of cars and deals to provide you with the best car rental experience. With regular fleet updates, your trip will always be accompanied by the latest models on the market.
- Our Rental Agreement: We aim to make our agreement as transparent as possible, no jargon, clear prices and you only have to sign once!
- Avis Concierge Service: From gift delivery and route planning to restaurant reservations, our multilingual concierge service is available to you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year!
- Avis Direct Booking: Booking directly with Avis instead of a comparison service will give you our best prices, along with a guarantee that you'll get the handy extras that you booked.
There's no better way to see Italy than by car
Popular airport locations in Italy
- Bologna Airport
- Florence Airport
- Naples Airport
- Turin Airport
- Olbia Airport
- Lamezia Terme Airport
- Treviso Airport
- Bari Airport
- Milan Linate Airport
- Milan Malpensa Airport
- Catania Airport
- Palermo Airport
- Perugia Airport
- Pisa Airport
- Venice Airport
- Bergamo Airport
- Brindisi Airport
- Cagliari Airport
- Trapani Airport
- Alghero Airport
- Verona Airport
- Genoa Airport
- Ancona Airport
Italy’s splendid sun and roads are waiting for you!
Italy driving guide
- Mobile phones may only be used with a headset or hands-free device.
- Dipped headlights must be used on two-lane highways.
- On the motorway, the lane on the right is reserved for slow vehicles, the other lanes are used to overtake.
- Zebra crossings (black and white stripes on the road) give pedestrians right of way to cross the road.
- Trams and trains always have right of way.
- Urban areas: lowest 31 mph (50 km/h) in cities, minor urban our of town roads are 56mph (90km/h)
- Rural areas: 68 mph (110 km/h). Unless indicated by road signs.
- Motorways: 81mph (130km/h)