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Green Motion car rental Rome Ciampino Airport Italy

Rome Ciampino Airport

Green Motion car hire at Rome Ciampino Airport (also known as Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport) is quick and easy to locate.

The car hire location is conveniently situated a few minutes away from Rome Ciampino Airport. When arriving, simply make your way outside the airport building to the parking area and call the number on your booking voucher for collection by the shuttle bus.

Should you require any assistance, please call Green Motion Rome Ciampino Airport on 0039-06-32091230 or 0039-334-2791022.

To make a car hire booking at Rome Ciampino Airport in Italy, simply click on the 'get a quote now' button to enjoy our great service and competitive car hire deals while you do your bit for the environment.

Contact Rome Ciampino Airport

Via di Ciampino
70 c/o Altaquota Parking 1

Opening hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 09:00 to 18:00
  • Tuesday: 09:00 to 18:00
  • Wednesday: 09:00 to 18:00
  • Thursday: 09:00 to 18:00
  • Friday: 09:00 to 18:00
  • Saturday: 09:00 to 15:00
  • Bank Holiday: Closed

Further information to help with your car hire from Rome Ciampino Airport (Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport)

Once you have collected your hire car from Green Motion Rome Ciampino Airport, we are sure that you are keen to get on the road and explore the unique history and setting that only Rome can offer.

One key point to remember that if this is your first time visiting Italy, you must drive on the right hand side of the road. Also to make the best of your trip, we would strongly recommend that you consider hiring a GPS (SatNav) to ensure that you get to your chosen destination without delay or confusion.

Enjoy your car hire in Rome

If this is your first time hiring a car in Rome, our best advice is to ‘relax and take your time.’ As mentioned, drive on the right and for peace of mind make sure you can easily find your way with GPS (ask at the rental counter for details).

If travelling by motorway (Autostrada), the maximum speed is 130 km/h. While some of the roads in Italy are free of charge, there are also a number of toll roads which attract a charge. Most toll roads accept both cash and credit card payment. The speed limit on B roads varies from 50 km/h to 90 km/h. For your own safety it is important that you obey local speed and traffic restrictions.

In an emergency, Italian Emergency Services can be contacted by calling 112 or alternatively you can contact the police on 113, the fire brigade on 115 and paramedics on 118.

For further advice and information on hiring a car at Rome Ciampino Airport and enjoying some of the best car hire deals that are on offer, remember to get a car hire quote from Alternatively you can contact Green Motion's Central Reservation team by calling +44 (0) 2071864000 or by calling the Rome Ciampino location directly on +39 06 21128110 or +39 3342791022.

Green Motion Rome Ciampino are looking forward to meeting your car hire needs in Italy.

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For any assistance please contact Central Reservations on +44 (0) 2071864000 or

How do I contact Green Motion Rome Ciampino International Airport?

You can contact Green Motion Rome Ciampino by phone on +39 06 21128110 or +39 3342791022 or by email on

How do I get to the rental location when arriving at the Ciampino International Airport?

On arrival at the airport, simply make your way outside the airport building to the parking area and call the number on your booking voucher for collection by the shuttle bus.

What personal identification do I need to hire a car?

If you book directly through a full list of our terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.

Mandatory documentation will include:

  • A full driving license (noting that some exclusions do apply)
  • A valid passport
  • A valid credit card in the driver’s name (noting that in most cases debit and prepaid cards are not accepted)
  • A booking voucher from either or alternatively from one of Green Motion’s supplied partners
Can I book additional extras or equipment?

Yes, you can book additional extras or equipment through our online booking process. You can reserve a child seat, baby seat, additional driver and GPS (SatNav). Some additional options can also be booked at the Green Motion Rome Ciampino rental branch. These additional options will be pay on arrival.

Can I reserve a vehicle and pay for it if I am not the person who will be picking it up and driving it?

There is no restriction on who can pay for the rental however on arrival at the renal station the credit card used for the deposit must be in the name of the main driver. The credit card used for the deposit will not be accepted if it is in the additional driver’s name.

Can I make amendments to my booking?

Yes, this is possible. If you booked through our website please contact our reservations team on however there is no guarantee that we will be able to amend your booking but we will try our best to help.

Can I check Green Motion’s car hire rates without placing a booking?

Yes, you can enter your booking requirements (location, dates, vehicle type etc.) on our website here and you will be automatically directed to our booking options and rates. However, please be advised that our rates may change.

Can I select a specific car / van model?

No, Green Motion only guarantees the vehicle category however for an additional fee you can select the make and model by choosing our ‘Guarantee Make and Model’ option during the booking process.

Discover Rome

Rome is arguably the world’s most historically important capital city. At every corner you are met by the many delights of Rome’s staggeringly breathtaking history. When visiting Rome, there are definitely some key destinations that you need to tick off of your list including:

  1. Flavian Amphitheatre or better known as the Colosseum
    Travel back in time and appreciate entertainment Roman style. A visit to Rome’s Colosseum will really allow you to realise the scale of this truly magnificent structure and get a much better understanding for the life of a gladiator.
  2. Vatican City
    Known as the home for the presiding Pope, the Vatican City, whose population currently sits at just over 840 residents, is recognised as the smallest independent state in the world. It houses some of the world’s most remarkable treasures. During your visit to the Vatican City, you should definitely take in the cultural sites including St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and don’t forget the Vatican Museum.
  3. Palatine Hill
    Palatine Hill is regarded as one of the most ancient parts of the city of Rome, standing over 40 metres above the Forum Romanum. The hill used to house some of the finest palaces built for Rome’s leaders, one of the most famous being Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD). Also within the Palatine grounds is the temple of Apollo. The word ‘Palatine’ is believed to be the original word for ‘palace.’

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