Hours and contacts
25/02 Dom 08:00 - 23:00
Right now Closed
26/02 Lun 08:00 - 23:00
27/02 Mar 08:00 - 23:00
28/02 Mer 08:00 - 23:00
29/02 Gio 08:00 - 23:00
01/03 Ven 08:00 - 23:00
02/03 Sab 08:00 - 23:00
Car rental Naples-Capodichino airport
The Naples airport is located in the Capodichino area, just 4 kilometres from Napoli and is the second airport in Southern Italy for passenger traffic.
How to reach our office
The Sicily by Car rental office is located in an external area, just outside the airport's exit doors, easily reachable on foot (200 metres) and identifiable through the signs
and in front of the taxi rank. There is also a shuttle in front of the airport doors that can take you to the car rental area. When you have to return the car, follow the
directions to reach us from where you are, you will reach us easily.
In Naples, you can choose the car that best suits your needs, you will have all our vehicles in the fleet, with manual or automatic transmission: small cars,
convertibles, SUVs, 9-seater minivans. If you want to travel green, you can choose 100% electric cars, which will allow you to travel
while respecting the environment. The recharging of vehicles at our stations is free!
Car rental in Naples with a debit card
To rent a vehicle you need a credit card in the driver's name. In the Naples airport office, however, it is possible to rent a car even with a debit card. We invite
you to view the specific conditions governing this rental formula.
Rental solutions in Naples
Monthly car rental
Among the rental solutions that we offer to our customers, the monthly rental is the one that meets the favour of those focused on the duration of the rental.
For all bookings over 26 days and up to 90 days, you will be able to view the pricing on a monthly basis with limited mileage.
Get a quotation now!
Return after hours
Returning your vehicle out of hours is not a problem! Thanks to the key box service, you can deposit vehicle keys and a copy of the rental contract in a special safe box,
even without one of our counter operators.
Our goal is to provide you with a fast and good service. We are constantly committed to satisfying any type of need and making our rental solutions more flexible.
Our optional extra coverage will protect you from imponderable events, mishaps not covered by our standard protection package. Read the prospectus of our additional
How much does it cost to rent a car in Naples?
Renting a car in Naples is subject to rate variations, depending on the period, the type of vehicle and the duration of the rental. To provide you with some
reference information, let's take for example the rent for a day of a small car (group B): low season (October, November, January, February) from a minimum of
€ 10 to a maximum of € 25; mid-season (December, March, April) from € 20 to € 35; high season (May to September) from € 35 to € 50.
|Off peak season
You may also be interested in reading some of our tips for renting with greater awareness and getting useful ideas to save.
Routes and travel ideas
Naples will make you fall in love as soon as you land. The land of Vesuvius and Pulcinella, of San Gennaro and Totò, awaits you to reveal the thousand faces of its millenary tradition.
Are you ready for this journey of wonders, to discover the warmest people in Italy?
Napoli is an inextinguishable treasure of museums, galleries, alleys, churches, monuments, palaces and villas that are perched from Mergellina to the marvellous
Posillipo, offering the incredible views of the gulf and Vesuvius, real paintings of enchanting beauty.
There are so many things to see but what we immediately suggest is the iconic Castel dell'Ovo, an imposing fortress, the oldest in Naples and already built on the
seafront in Roman times. From here, it will be easy to continue along Via Caracciolo, the Neapolitan promenade, or enter the elegant Chiaia district. You are in the
historic centre, a visit to the majestic Piazza del Plebiscito is a must – it is immense and solemn and will give you access to the Royal Palace,
the fulcrum of Bourbon power for over three centuries and an example of wonderful and regal ancient splendour. Time for a stop in the historic Gambrinus café and, a
few metres away, you will meet the Real Teatro San Carlo, one of the most famous opera houses in the world and the first Italian dance school, an eighteenth-century
architectural example with a magnetic charm. Almost opposite, you will find the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele I, built in the early twentieth century and a usual and
ritual walk of true Neapolitans!
At this point, treat yourself to an immersive break: you cannot leave Naples without having taken a tour of its tunnels, the underground Naples. Here you will find
a parallel and incredibly lively, surprising and exciting city, and you will capture the Neapolitan soul and its most hidden history. But you still have so much to do and see. A jump
to via Toledo and then straight to piazza del Gesù Nuovo, with the marvellous church with a rusticated facade, strong and massive which, a few metres further on, is
contrasted by the romantic delicacy of the most famous of the cloisters in the world - the monastery of Santa Chiara. A dip in the cloistered atmospheres of the late
Middle Ages where you will be literally captivated by the enchanted beauty of the gardens and the eighteenth-century majolica tiles that adorn columns and seats. Not far away the
mysterious face of Naples, and the historical alchemical tradition, explode in the famous San Severo chapel, a baroque jewel that houses the splendid marble work of the Veiled Christ, an unmatched masterpiece visited by millions of tourists every year. Continuing, head without hesitation towards the famous Spaccanapoli,
Via San Gregorio Armeno, a riot of colours, life and Neapolitan energy, with dozens of craft shops and an effervescent shouting to tell the oldest tradition of the city: O' Presepe,
illustrious protagonist Christmas of every self-respecting Neapolitan house. To continue your journey, move to via Duomo to pay due homage to San Gennaro, whose chapel is located in
the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, an unmissable city landmark and an example of architectural stratification of enormous artistic value that becomes invaluable
if connected with the treasure of San Gennaro, the largest collection in the world of silver and jewels from institutional and private donations.
In Naples, you have to schedule a full immersion in art: here the legendary Capodimonte Museum awaits you, an incomparable collection of paintings and works of art by
the greatest artists in the world, but also the National Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Contemporary art.
To finish in glory, the Spanish neighbourhoods cannot be missing, a maze of narrow streets in the centre animated by clubs and pizzerias, stalls and trattorias.
A tip above all: enjoy a freshly cooked and still steaming fried pizza, you will never forget its scent and the unique flavour that only Naples can give you.
Outside the city
The surroundings of Naples deserve a dedicated journey and renting a car is undoubtedly the best choice to visit places such as the wonderful Amalfi Coast: Positano, Amalfi,
Sorrento, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi or head straight to the Pompeii and Herculaneum Archaeological Park or, again, go to Caserta and visit the splendid
Royal Palace and its immense park. The choice is yours, but we suggest you do not neglect any of these enchanted places!
The ZTL in Napoli
The ZTL area (Limited Traffic Zone) of Naples is extended to many areas of the historic centre and excludes vehicular traffic. Therefore, with the exception of residents,
only pedestrian access is allowed. For more information, you can consult the website of the Municipality of Naples. We always advise you to check the cost
and hours of parking on the blue lines.