WHERE TO FIND THE BEST DEALS FOR CAR RENTAL IN NAPLES?
Through our web portal you will find the necessary information about the different car rental offices in Naples, opening hours, addresses and vehicles. Keep in mind that when you book a car you are renting a category of vehicle, not a specific brand. When you finish selecting a rental car online, you will immediately receive an email with confirmation and vehicle details.
NAPLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT “CAPODICHINO”
You can rent a vehicle at the Naples “Capodichino” airport, go to the counters located in the arrivals hall of the different car rental agencies: Avis, Budget, Maggiore, Europcar, Hertz, Dollar, Thrifty, Locauto Rent, Sicily by Car, Enterprise, National, Alamo, B-Rent, Firefly, Leasys and Sixt.
The International Airport of Naples «Capodichino» is the main gateway to southern Italy. From the airport you can take a bus for 3 euros (called Alibus), which has only two stops: Central Station and Plaza del Ayuntamiento, near the main port (Muelle Beverello).
If you are going to travel by taxi, be careful with illegal taxi drivers, do not get into a car that can offer you this service. Authorized taxis are clearly visible in the arrivals hall.
NAPLES TRAIN STATION “NAPOLI CENTRALE”
If you decide to get around on your own, you can hire a rental car at the “Napoli Centrale” train station through Beneluxcar. The main train station is called Napoli Centrale, it is located in Piazza Garibaldi, it is connected to the Naples metro system. The R2 or 601 buses leave from Piazza Garibaldi connecting to the maritime station. The station offers all kinds of services, including the possibility of renting a vehicle.
There are other stations in Naples; are Mergellina, a magnificent Art Deco building and Campos Flegrei. From Naples you can travel by train to Rome on a regional train that costs about €10.50 for about 3 hours or with the new high-speed Italo train (provided by the private company NTV).
MARITIME STATION / PORT OF NAPLES
The main cruise lines sail to the Maritime Station of Naples, a large terminal located practically in the center of the city, near the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. You can travel by boat to Naples from Sardinia (Olbia), Corsica (Porto Vecchio), Tunis (Tunisia), Sardinia (Cagliari), Sicily (Palermo) and the Aeolian Islands. These trips usually leave in the late afternoon or evening and arrive at the destination the next morning.
NAPLES, COME VISIT THE SOUTH OF ITALY
Naples is the capital of the Campania region, it is the third most inhabited city in Italy, it is located in the Gulf of Naples, it has fantastic views of the Vesuvius volcano. A city that behind its apparent chaos there is a certain harmony, if you book a rental car in Naples you will know what it means to drive the “Italian” way.
Its climate is entirely Mediterranean with mild winters and very hot summers. Naples, like most Mediterranean cities, has a great connection with a great infinity of cultures that have passed through its lands. Naples offers to all who visit it a thousand-year-old artistic heritage; palaces, churches, catacombs, underground passageways, the Archaeological Museum, or the medieval and Renaissance beauty of the surroundings of Castel Nuovo and the Royal Palace.
If you decide to hire a cheap rental car, you will put your nerves to the test, but don’t worry, because after stressing out driving through the streets of Naples, you can relax enjoying its cultural richness and also its gastronomy, for any tourist who dares to visiting it will be a pleasure.
TRAVELING BY ROAD WITH A RENTAL VEHICLE FROM / TO NAPLES
If you decide to rent a car in Naples, you should keep in mind that the city has a fairly “busy” level of traffic, the urban environment is perfect so you don’t hesitate to take out comprehensive insurance without excess. If you get tired of the city you can drive your car along the Amalfi coast, you will enjoy its wonderful coastal towns.
Naples is directly connected to Rome by the A1 motorway, the journey with a rental car will take less than 2 hours. Due to the scarcity of parking spaces in the city center, it is advisable to leave your car in a car park close to your accommodation. To get around Naples it is advisable to use public transport. If you have a car you can reach the city by the following highways:
A1: (Autostrada del Sole) from Milan.
A3: from Salerno-Reggio Calabria.
A16: from Avellino and Benevento.
A14 – A16: drive from Bari.