Hours and contacts
25/02 Dom 09:00 - 00:00
Right now Closed
26/02 Lun 09:00 - 00:00
27/02 Mar 09:00 - 00:00
28/02 Mer 09:00 - 00:00
29/02 Gio 09:00 - 00:00
01/03 Ven 09:00 - 00:00
02/03 Sab 09:00 - 00:00
Rental car in Pescara airport
The International Airport of Abruzzo "Pasquale Liberi" is a modern hub (the passenger airport was completed in 1996) well connected with the main road and regional
How to reach our office
The Sicily by Car rental car office in Pescara is located right inside the airport, in the arrivals hall, and is therefore easily identifiable. When you need to return your vehicle,
follow the directions to reach us from where you are and you will arrive without problems.
To hire a car from Sicily by Car in Pescara will allow you to fully experience the atmosphere and extraordinary energy of this city. Whether it's for a business trip
or the pleasure of intense immersion within the most international metropolis of Italy, our cars can always satisfy your needs: from city cars, station wagons, to luxury cars,
minivans 9 seats.
If you are not used to driving with a manual gearbox, you can choose your vehicle from a wide selection of vehicles with an automatic transmission.
With our cars, not only can you discover every corner of the city but also its fascinating surroundings completely freely, as well as all the most desired destinations, lakes, mountains
and out-of-town shopping among luxurious outlets and refined shopping centres. If you need to transport bulkier goods, our commercial vans will meet all your needs.
Can I rent a car even with a debit card?
Yes, of course! In our agency inside the Pescara airport, you can rent a car even with a debit card. To offer a more flexible and attentive service to the needs of
all our customers, we have included this rental solution in our roster of services. Read our in-depth study that answers all your questions.
After hour returns
If you have to leave late at night, our key box service provides for the return of vehicle keys during office closing hours. You can insert the keys and a copy of
the rental agreement in a safety deposit box and leave the vehicle parked even in the absence of one of our operators.
Car hire for novice drivers
If you are between 19 and 22 (with a driving licence obtained for at least a year and a day) you can rent with an additional daily cost. From the age of 23,
there is no surcharge but only some limitations on vehicles. From the age of 25, you can choose other car groups from our fleet. At 30, you can also drive luxury vehicles. Read the
complete information paper.
In addition to having a car in perfect condition, you can collect some extra accessories that increase the vehicle's onboard comfort in all our offices. Also, discover
the optional packages to protect you from unpleasant setbacks not covered by the standard contract.
If the short-term rental of up to 26 days does not meet your needs, choose our monthly rental that can be extended up to 90 days. There are limited mileage rates that
are ideal if you need one month, two months or three months of rental.
Information on the cost of a car rental in Pescara
The daily cost of hiring a car in Pescara can vary considerably depending on the vehicle category, the time of year and the overall duration of the rental. Taking into
consideration the rental of a small car (group B) for one day, these are the reference values: off-peak season (October, November, January, February) from a minimum of
€ 10 to a maximum of € 25; midseason (December, March, April) from € 20 to € 35; peak season (May to September) from € 35 to € 50.
|Off peak season
Read some of our tips for a more informed rental. You will receive advice on how to save on the overall cost and avoid unpleasant inconveniences.
Travelling from Pescara
Pescara, a window on the Tyrrhenian Sea
Overlooking the sea with the mountains as a backdrop, renowned beaches and surroundings to discover such as the Gran Sasso, the Maiella, Penne, Sulmona or the nearby Chieti: this is
Pescara, a city with ancient origins (it is believed to be established around the 1st century BC) that has been able to evolve quickly giving life to a place full of suggestions perfectly
harmonised between its origins and contemporary innovation.
The city and the Vate are an inseparable combination, here Dannunzio was born and here you can still visit the poet's birthplace, in via Manthonè in the heart of the
old city. Having been the National Museum since 1927, this eighteenth-century building still preserves the original furnishings of that era in all the rooms, plus manuscripts and family
clothes, objects that often recur with nostalgia in Dannunzian writing.
The maritime origins
We are in the centre of the historic city, the one, unfortunately, there are very few remains because almost totally destroyed during the Second World War and yet you
will still have the feeling of living authentic and genuine atmospheres, those of a seaside village of yesteryear, made of ancient traditions and simple life but that,
at sunset, turns into a lively tangle of streets teeming with young people, music and nightlife.
Therefore, the Museum of the Sea is dedicated to the memory and city's ancient maritime traditions but also its biodiversity could not be missing. Not far away you can
admire the majestic Ponte del Mare. A pedestrian and bicycle bridge of 466 metres in length with a sinuous elevated path where you can enjoy the view of the coast and its
Pescara's promenade is in fact among the most pleasant and enjoyable, green and lush, with ample pedestrian and bicycle spaces and a long line of restaurants and bars
where you can enjoy the local cuisine. Always facing the sea you will have to make a stop to visit the Trabocchi. They are long and charming wooden docks immersed in water, once used to
fish herds of fish that moved from one coast to the other and today used as local seafood cuisine.
It is no coincidence that the symbol of the city is "La Nave", an imposing Carrara marble fountain whose sculptor, Piero Cascella, donated to the city in 1987 to decorate
Piazza della Rinascita and the former Aurum
Modern Pescara winds around Piazza della Rinascita, better known as Piazza Salotto to define the place's social and communal role.
The former Aurum liquor factory was reconverted for public events, exhibitions and concerts. It is an elegant building in Art Nouveau style that currently hosts various
A few steps from the latter is a place of peace and freshness: the nearby Pineta Dannunziana, a wonderful green park, rich in vegetation that offers numerous educational
visits and guided tours for young and old people.
The ZTL in Pescara
Pescara is equipped with a ZTL, Limited Traffic Zone, to promote the reduction of fine dust and encourage the use of eco-friendly mobility and public transport. Pescara's downtown, and
much of the centre, are therefore not accessible by car. Electric cars can transit for free. All the more reason to rent an electric car in our Pescara office. Always
remember to consult the Municipality's website to be aware of the latest ordinances on the subject.