Rental car in Perugia airport - PEG

With Sicily by Car, you can easily rent a car in Perugia at any of the main arrival points in the city (airport, port or train station). Book now!

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Rental car in Perugia airport

The international airport of Perugia named after Saint Francis of Assisi is located just 12 kilometres from the city centre, and is the best choice for a short-term car rental in Perugia that allows you both to visit the historic centre of Umbria's capital, and to admire the wonderful landscapes of its surroundings in complete autonomy. If Perugia is your destination, know that you can also find us in our city office in front of the train station.

How to reach our office

Our office is located in the arrivals hall, just past the baggage claim doors, when you go back to the airport to return the vehicle, just follow the directions below to reach us from where you are right now.

Available vehicles

Hiring a car from Sicily by Car in Perugia will allow you to fully experience the atmosphere and the extraordinary charm of this city. Whatever the reason for your stay, our cars can always meet your needs: from city cars, station wagons, to convertible cars and 9-seater minivans. If you are not used to driving with a manual gearbox, you can choose from a wide selection of vehicles with automatic transmission. With our cars, you can discover not only every corner of the city but also its enchanting surroundings in absolute freedom. If you need to transport more bulky goods, our commercial vans will meet all your needs.

Customer's reviews

R. Notarangelo

Very happy with the service, as someone who regularly hires cars in Italy. I was pleased to see no pressure to pay for extra insurance. And the checkin-checkout process was very quick with very friendly staff.

J. Van Aelst

Efficient and very friendly! The reservation was made in a very smooth way. Clear information on the website. Same for the pick up of the car.

G. de Witte

Very friendly service, free upgrade, and quick handover when we returned the car at the airport.

Nigel

Car was good and clean and ready. SBC staff spoke English which helped. I was particularly obliged to the employee who fixed up the connection of my smart phone to the display consul so I could us satnav.

D. Acimovic

Fast reception of car, we even received an upgrade of the car class, Return of car was also quick done without any issues, like you would wish on vacation.

Bernard

SBC staff was fast, efficient, professional, pleasant, and smart. We were very pleased with the entire process. All issues were resolved quickly. We saw other clients who were similarly impressed.

The required guarantee for the car rental is a credit card in the driver's name. Sicily by Car also offers you the possibility to rent even with a debit card. Read the terms and conditions of this tariff.

Can novice drivers rent a vehicle?

Of course! Let's clarify that the category of novice drivers includes everyone who is between the ages of 19 and 22 and has owned a driving licence for at least a year and a day. New drivers can access the rental upon payment of a daily supplement which does apply from the age of twenty-three. Read our policy about this.

Return of the vehicle to another office (one way)

You will certainly be interested in the fact that the collection and return of a vehicle at any of the city stations is free from surcharges. You got it right! If you collect a vehicle at Palermo airport and you need to return it to the city, or vice versa, there will be no surcharges. This will only be applied in the case of a one-way trip outside Perugia.

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Perugia CityFree
Other stationsExtra charge

Return after hours

If you need to return your vehicle outside office hours, there is no problem. In Perugia our key box service is active. If your return will take place after office hours at our desk you can then leave the car keys and a copy of the rental contract in a safe.

Optional covers

Enjoy the trip by driving one of our vehicles without missing anything! Book one of our extra accessories or one of our optional extra covers. Read our policy for further information.

Monthly rental

For all bookings over 26 days, our monthly rate with limited kilometres is automatically activated. This rental formula can be extended up to 3 months and, based on the model selected, you can choose different mileage ranges. Get a quote on our website now!

As soon as you pick up your rental car at Sicily by Car offices in Perugia airport, a range of extraordinary options will open for you to discover this incredible region famous as Italy's green lung.

The vast green spaces, and the beautiful nature that surrounds the ancient hamlets and mediaeval villages are an integral part of these places full of charm, vibrant history, and traditions like few others.

Umbria: a leap into history to discover our origin

In order to suggest what to visit once in Umbria, we thought we would take Perugia, its capital, as the ideal centre of a circle and start a journey clockwise along its circumference.

Umbertide and Gubbio

Let's start then from the North with Umbertide, a small village in the upper valley of the Tiber River, surrounded by mediaeval walls, and seemingly suspended in time with its fortress, an imposing mediaeval fortress, and the church of Santa Croce where you can admire an absolute masterpiece such as the Deposition from the Cross by Luca Signorelli.

Head east to Gubbio, a town famous not only for the renowned wolf tamed by Saint Francis, but also for the perfect urban preservation of its mediaeval layout: churches, towers, entire districts still portrait of an ancient era. Don't miss Piazza Grande, one of the largest hanging squares existing, a unique jewel from which to dominate an enchanting panorama.

Assisi

Now drive towards the most sacred place in Italy, home of its patron saint, Saint Francis, and head straight to Assisi, a beautiful place of prayer but also a place of incomparable artistic beauty.

The Basilica of San Francesco dominates the hill on which this incredible village stands, summoning with powerful evocative force, a legendary and sacred past. The interior of the church is an ode to mediaeval art, with its 794 years of history and frescoes attributed to Giotto, Simone Martini and Cimabue.

Going down into the crypt, or lower church, you will meet the sarcophagus of the Saint, spouse of Madonna Poverty, who rests in the simple stone. While getting lost in the enchanting alleys and streets you must definitely visit the Basilica of Santa Chiara and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli within which is the Porziuncola, a small church where Saint Francis composed the Canticle of the Creatures.

Assisi

Now drive towards the most sacred place in Italy, home of its patron saint, Saint Francis, and head straight to Assisi, a beautiful place of prayer but also a place of incomparable artistic beauty.

The Basilica of San Francesco dominates the hill on which this incredible village stands, summoning with powerful evocative force, a legendary and sacred past. The interior of the church is an ode to mediaeval art, with its 794 years of history and frescoes attributed to Giotto, Simone Martini and Cimabue.

Going down into the crypt, or lower church, you will meet the sarcophagus of the Saint, spouse of Madonna Poverty, who rests in the simple stone. While getting lost in the enchanting alleys and streets you must definitely visit the Basilica of Santa Chiara and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli within which is the Porziuncola, a small church where Saint Francis composed the Canticle of the Creatures.

Foligno

The tour continues with Foligno, a town in the middle of the Umbrian Valley crossed by the Topino River. Already a municipality during the Roman Empire, it was then annexed to the Papal States becoming a very important transit point as evidenced by old and noble palaces such as Palazzo Trinci, the Abbey of Sassovivo, and the Cathedral of San Feliciano.

Contemporary art for the Cosmic Magnet, a giant skeleton made in the Church SS. Trinità in Annunziata.

Spoleto e Terni

Go even further south, and you will reach the town of Spoleto, also of mediaeval origins but particularly famous for an international event that annually gathers thousands of tourists from all over the world: the Festival of the Two Worlds, here since 1958 opera, ballet, art, and literature find their home for 17 days beginning on the last Friday of June, to create a festival among the most important in the world.

You are very close to Terni, a city of ancient Roman origins as evidenced by the amphitheatre that is still open in the city centre, but that also offers rich testimonies of later history from the early Middle Ages thanks to the Church of San Salvatore, or the Church of San Francesco up to the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, a splendid example of Renaissance architecture. Once in there, you can not miss the spectacular Marmore Falls, a breathtaking view with 3 jumps and a vertical drop of 165 metres!

Narni

Your mediaeval history tour continues with Narni, a village that seems to have stopped in time, crystallised in an era of fairies and wizards, among dense fog surrounding the turrets and bell towers that inspired the famous novel of the Chronicles of Narnia. Here you can venture into the underground of the city discovering a parallel urban dimension still intact and mysterious.

Orvieto e Todi

Continue west to discover Orvieto, a real jewel set on a rock of tuff: let yourself be seduced by the atmosphere of this extraordinary town that combines art, crafts, culture, food, wine, and shopping.

See the Duomo, the historic buildings, and then churches and museums until you come across the Pozzo di San Patrizio, a 54 metres deep well where 248 steps will guarantee you to access this masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.

Twin sister of nearby Orvieto is Todi, for its intact ancient beauty it could be the perfect tow for an open-air set for a film in costume: Piazza del Popolo with the Palazzo del Popolo and the Palazzo del Capitano, the Palazzo dei Priori, the Annunziata Cathedral, and the ancient underground cisterns, not to mention the noble birthplace of the poet Jacopone da Todi still milestone of the dolce stil novo.

Castiglione del Lago

We close our tour strong with the village of Castiglione del Lago, elected among the most beautiful villages in Italy.

The Palazzo della Corgna is an imposing Renaissance residence, the ancient Rocca, and the Ducal Palace, as well as the historic centre of the village, are all enclosed by the Trasimeno Lake creating a picturesque and holographic view.

Umbria is an immense painting that tells the life and history of Italy from the year 1000 onwards with all its evocative power: We are waiting for you in our car rental offices in Perugia to accompany you to discover this territory that should definitely be on your bucket list of places to visit.

With Sicily by Car, you can easily rent a car in Perugia at any of the main arrival points in the city (airport, port or train station). Book now!