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car rental in Rome

"All roads lead to Rome" the idiom says, and for a good reason. Rome (2.7 million citizens) is located in central Italy, on the banks of river Tiber. Rome is a living monument toIt's carrying 2,500 years of history from the days of since the Roman Empire, through the Renaissance and Baroque times untill the 21st century, which makinges it one of the most impressingve cities in the worldon earth. The Colosseumcolosseo, St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican's tresurestreasures, Fontana di Trevi and the Spanish Steps - all are here and much more.
Rome is an ideal starting point for a trip in southern or northern Italy.

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car rental in Rome
driving in Rome

Rome is served by two major airports: Fiumicino, which is 35km south-west of the city and is designated for international flights, and Ciampino (12km south-east of the city) which is mainly for low-cost flights and charters. Ofran operates in both airports, as well as other major locations in the city, via several car rental companies. The convenient locations and efficient roadside assistance allows Ofran's clients the ability to plan their trip in the Italian capital optimally.

Rome is very crowded and has it's parking problems but it's circled by a ring road (Grande Raccordo Anulare) just 10km from down town. The ring road is a great gateway to leave Rome. Those who are planning to drive south to Naples, should head east to route A24 and then continue to autostrada A1. Getting to Tuscany and Florence will drive north on the same autostrada. Driving east to the Adriatic Sea via the mountainous mainland is through route A24. All roads in these examples are toll.
Some parts of Rome's historical center are totally restricted to unauthorized vehicles. These areas called ZTL (Zone a Traffico Limitato) and their main purpose is to encourage the use of public transportation and saving the old city. ZTL is a large area (4.2 square kilometers) which defines most of the day-time tourists attractions. Entrances to ZTL are marked and photographed. So if you get inside, you'll probably be fined by the police.
If your hotel is located inside the ZTL area and you wish to get there by car. there is a way to do it without being fined. Tell the hotel what car rental agency you use, when you intend to pick up the car, give them the license plate number and inform them how long you're going to stay. The hotel will inform authorities accordingly. When getting to ZTL you'll be able to park at garages or in streets that are marked in blue (paying by the hour) or white (free parking). 

Rome travel guide

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pick up your order 24/7 at the Poalim Bank desk at Ben Gurion airport (available both in Terminal 1 & 3) 

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