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Cheap Car Rentals in Naples

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Stretching around the Bay of Naples, the city is a blend of ancient art, modern architecture and sumptuous cuisine. Explore ancient palaces and castles, discover astounding Pompeian relics at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, or indulge in retail therapy in the family-run boutiques. Rent a car and explore the archaeological site of Pompeii.


Renting a car in Naples: Your Questions Answered

No doubt you’ll have a few questions before renting a car in Naples for the first time. Here we answer a few that come up a lot.

What kind of license do I need to rent a car in Naples?

In addition to your current valid driver’s license, if you are travelling to Naples from outside of the European Union then you will require an International’s Driver’s Permit. This must be applied for before arriving in Italy.

What are my insurance options when renting a car?

All rental cars in Italy come with primary liability and fire protection as well as Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), which are all legal requirements. The CDW will usually come with a deductible and doesn’t cover against injuries to passengers in the rental car. However, car rental companies offer a variety of additional insurance packages including zero deductible. Additional insurances are often cheaper when booking rather than at the pick-up desk.

How old do I have to be to rent a car in Naples?

You must be at least 18 years old and have held your license for at least one year; however, some car rental companies won’t rent you ca car if you are under 21. You may need to pay a surcharge if you’re aged 21-25.

Do I need a credit card to rent a car in Naples?

Yes. Almost all car rental companies require you to have a credit card registered to the address on your identification documents in order to rent a car.

Discover Naples: Ancient relics and traditional pizza

Energetic, exuberant and endlessly fascinating, Naples has much to offer visitors. Here are some highlights to get you started.

Historic Center

The Centro Storico, or Historic Centre, spreads westwards from the vast central train station and Piazza Garibaldi. Immerse yourself in a landscape of ancient churches and cathedrals, tiny trattorias and family-run pizzerias. Walk the Spaccanapoli and Via Tribunali pedestrian thoroughfares as you seek out the Gothic Naples Cathedral and National Archaeological Museum of Naples

Pompeii

One of the world’s most astounding archaeological sites lies just a short drive south along the coast from Naples International Airport. Walk through an ancient Roman city which was preserved when the nearby volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D., burying the buildings and their residents beneath a layer of ash.

Quartieri Spagnoli

Near Naples’ port and ferry terminal, the Quartieri Spagnoli (Spanish Quarter) is a tightly packed maze of historic architecture, narrow lanes and bustling energy. Palaces and castles such as the Palazzo Real and Castel Nuovo dates back centuries. Explore the medieval buildings and galleries before stopping in small family run restaurants to sample the delights of Neapolitan cuisine.

Find cheap car rental deals in Naples, Italy

Stretching around the Bay of Naples, the city is a blend of ancient art, modern architecture and sumptuous cuisine. Explore ancient palaces and castles, discover astounding Pompeian relics at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, or indulge in retail therapy in the family-run boutiques. Rent a car and explore the archaeological site of Pompeii.


Renting a car in Naples: Your Questions Answered

No doubt you’ll have a few questions before renting a car in Naples for the first time. Here we answer a few that come up a lot.

What kind of license do I need to rent a car in Naples?

In addition to your current valid driver’s license, if you are travelling to Naples from outside of the European Union then you will require an International’s Driver’s Permit. This must be applied for before arriving in Italy.

What are my insurance options when renting a car?

All rental cars in Italy come with primary liability and fire protection as well as Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), which are all legal requirements. The CDW will usually come with a deductible and doesn’t cover against injuries to passengers in the rental car. However, car rental companies offer a variety of additional insurance packages including zero deductible. Additional insurances are often cheaper when booking rather than at the pick-up desk.

How old do I have to be to rent a car in Naples?

You must be at least 18 years old and have held your license for at least one year; however, some car rental companies won’t rent you ca car if you are under 21. You may need to pay a surcharge if you’re aged 21-25.

Do I need a credit card to rent a car in Naples?

Yes. Almost all car rental companies require you to have a credit card registered to the address on your identification documents in order to rent a car.


Discover Naples: Ancient relics and traditional pizza

Energetic, exuberant and endlessly fascinating, Naples has much to offer visitors. Here are some highlights to get you started.

Historic Center

The Centro Storico, or Historic Centre, spreads westwards from the vast central train station and Piazza Garibaldi. Immerse yourself in a landscape of ancient churches and cathedrals, tiny trattorias and family-run pizzerias. Walk the Spaccanapoli and Via Tribunali pedestrian thoroughfares as you seek out the Gothic Naples Cathedral and National Archaeological Museum of Naples

Pompeii

One of the world’s most astounding archaeological sites lies just a short drive south along the coast from Naples International Airport. Walk through an ancient Roman city which was preserved when the nearby volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D., burying the buildings and their residents beneath a layer of ash.

Quartieri Spagnoli

Near Naples’ port and ferry terminal, the Quartieri Spagnoli (Spanish Quarter) is a tightly packed maze of historic architecture, narrow lanes and bustling energy. Palaces and castles such as the Palazzo Real and Castel Nuovo dates back centuries. Explore the medieval buildings and galleries before stopping in small family run restaurants to sample the delights of Neapolitan cuisine.