Car hire in Naples

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Car hire in Naples

On this page you’ll find tips and advice on car hire in Naples, and the cheapest rental cars at guaranteed lowest price. If this is your first time renting a car in Italy, please read our general tips on car hire in the country via the link below.

Car hire at Naples Airport

Several different car hire firms, including the major and most well-known companies, are repesented at Naples International Airport (airport code: NAP). A free shuttle bus will take you from the Arrivals hall to the car rental area. The offices can then be found by one of the car park buildings.

You can also pick up your rental car at a number of locations in Naples town, such as the Mergellina railway station.

Where to go around Naples

Naples is located in a very exciting area of Italy. The proximity to the sea gives you many good swimming and sunbathing possibilities, but there is also a lot of thrilling history to discover. Below we’ll mention some of our favourite places┬áthat you won’t want to miss!

Pompeii
A trip to the legendary city of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius is a must if you are in Naples. Wandering around the ruins of the old city is a thrilling experience. Seeing Mount Vesuvius, or perhaps even climbing it and admiring the view from the top, is also a real adventure. In short, Pompeii is a perfect full day excursion!

Amalfi
The Amalfi Coast is famous for its stunning views and beautiful cities. Other than this, the Coast has many amazing sights, for example the Cathedral and the monastery Chiostro del Paradiso. Getting around the area by car is very easy and allows you to explore things and places yourself. We recommend that you use the town of Amalfi, which is situated among cliffs by the ocean, as a starting point.

Caserta
The city of Caserta is an approximate hour-long drive from Naples. Here you’ll find a huge, amazing palace. When it was built in the 1700’s, the palace was one of the largest buildings in all of Europe. In addition to the beautiful interior of the palace, it also has a gorgeous garden well suited for long walks.