Hours and contacts
Right now Closed
26/02 Lun 09:00 - 13:00; 15:00 - 18:00
27/02 Mar 09:00 - 13:00; 15:00 - 18:00
28/02 Mer 09:00 - 13:00; 15:00 - 18:00
29/02 Gio 09:00 - 13:00; 15:00 - 18:00
01/03 Ven 09:00 - 13:00; 15:00 - 18:00
02/03 Sab 09:00 - 13:00
Car rental in Rome
A vehicle collected at our agency in via Teulada, 57/59 will allow you to easily visit the wonders of the historic centre of Rome. We also remind you that you can
also find us in Termini Station and at Fiumicino and Ciampino airports.
How to reach our office
Our office is located in the city centre, in via Teulada 57. Clearly visible with its street-facing windows, Sicily by Car is located near the recording studios of RAI, the first
television broadcaster in Italy. When you need to return the vehicle, use these
directions to reach us from where you are at this moment.
In our Rome office, you can find a car for any need or occasion. If you are looking for a means to move easily in the chaos of rush hour traffic, a city or an electric car
will certainly be the ideal solution. Electric vehicles have free access to the Rome [translator's note - source Palermo] ZTL and have no charging costs. Do you need to
spend a holiday with your family or in the company of your friends? Our spacious station waggons or perhaps a 9-seater minivan will give the right level of comfort to your
stay in Rome [translator's note - source Sicily]. But our offers don't end here! In our fleet you will also find manual or automatic transmission: convertibles, luxury cars
for an elegant rental, SUVs and even commercial vans if your needs are related to business needs or a move. What are you waiting for? Rediscover the
pleasure of driving onboard our vehicles!
Rent with a debit card
A credit card in themain driver's name is required as a guarantee for the car hire. Sicily by Car also offers you the possibility to rent even with a debit card.
Read this tariff's terms and conditions.
Are you looking for a rental car for one month, two months, or maybe extend your rental up to 90 days? Evaluate our limited mileage monthly rental formula.
Car hire for novice drivers
If you are a novice driver, Sicily by Car has a solution for your rental. You can hire a vehicle even if you are between the ages of 19 and 22. Read the information
paper for renting a car as a new driver. Remember that you must have had your driving licence for at least a year and a day.
If you rent a car in Rome in via Teulada and return it to one of our other offices in the same city, the rental cost will not be affected. One-way rental within the city
and airport offices of Rome does not entail the payment of a supplement. The return of the vehicle in other cities, on the other hand, involves an expense. Here is a summary table of
the nearest offices.
Optional extra covers
Never be caught unprepared for the setbacks and pitfalls of a holiday far from our daily comforts. Always carefully consider purchasing an extra accessory or optional cover
from those available.
What to see starting from via Teulada in Rome
If your trip starts with a car rental in Rome, and you are in via Teulada, it will be really difficult to give you priorities on what to see, in practice you have the entire Eternal
City and all its endless beauty in front of you!
Castel Sant'Angelo and San Pietro
You are near the Prati district, one of the most central and famous in Rome but you are also close to the Lungotevere Flaminio which offers a wonderful glimpse of the Tiber river.
Following its course, you will get closer to the "sacred temples" of Roman times. You could start from Castel Sant'Angelo, initially thought of as a majestic funeral
building of Emperor Hadrian and which later became a fearsome prison and papal residence fortified by towers and bastions and continue crossing via della Conciliazione which culminates
in San Pietro which, with its incredible Basilica, the largest of all Christianity, and its loggia, is the most famous of the squares in the world. Here art reigns supreme:
from the famous Pietà by Michelangelo located in the basilica to the Vatican Museums, a heritage of unspeakable beauty culminating in the Sistine Chapel. You can then continue
along the Lungotevere Gianicolense and visit the Gianicolo belvedere until you reach the inevitable Trastevere district, famous for its authentic Roman style. The narrow and colourful alleys,
the many typical taverns. As soon as you cross the Tiber you will have at your disposal the best the city has to offer: The Pantheon, built in Roman times, and initially a pagan
temple, which later became a basilica, with its famous circular structure and the splendid dome with a central "eye-hole".
Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna
The immense Piazza Navona with Bernini's fountains, and again the grandiose Trevi fountain (where it is a must to throw the coin in), will lead you to the
bustling via Condotti, full of numerous luxury shops, with its many crossroads between the most popular in the world by those who want to immerse themselves in the refined and elegant shopping of
the most coveted fashion maisons. From here you will arrive at Piazza di Spagna and, in front of you, the most famous staircase in the world will open: Trinità dei Monti.
Once at the top it will be easy to reach Via Veneto and finally relax in one of the many bars that made this street famous thanks to Maestro Federico Fellini and the film “La dolce vita”.
It is worth making a stop and then continuing to discover the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum, the Ara Pacis, the mouth of truth ... and in the evening take advantage of the many Roman
theatres to conclude your visit in the capital worthily!