Car Hire Florence Airport

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Florence Airport

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Mo-Sa 0830-2330
Su 0930-2330
Firenze Aeroporto - Via del Termine 11,
, , Amerigo Vespucci Airport

Telephone: +39 055 307370

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Hertz at Florence Airport

The perfect starting point for exploring the whole of Tuscany, Florence Airport (also known as Peretola Airport), is located around 10 km to the north west of the city itself.

To reach the city centre from Florence Airport, take the SS67, then enter the city along the Viale Guidoni from the north west. Viale Guidoni leads directly to the heart of Florence, a city strewn with historical and cultural landmarks, and throbbing with life and creativity, both present and past.

Hiring a car at Florence Airport is the perfect way to get right into the city itself, and out to the surrounding areas. You’ll find us at Florence Airport, and with no credit card fees or hidden extras, we’ll make sure to get you out on the road as quickly as possible.

Driving in and around Florence Airport

Hiring a car in Florence is the best way to fully appreciate Tuscany and get beneath the skin of this stunning area. From behind the wheel you have the chance to enjoy both the urban sophistication of Italian city life and the renowned Tuscan landscape, with all the seasonal and geographical variation it presents.

Roads in Florence, and Tuscany more widely, are generally good, but sometimes busy, particularly those close to cities during rush hour. There are some toll roads (autostrade) but they’re not as common as elsewhere in Italy.

Italy’s primary road - the A1 Autostrada del Sole – runs through the region, although not directly through Florence itself. From Florence, Lucca and Pisa can be accessed via the A11 Autostrada Firenze Mare.

One of the most popular drives is along the SR222 between Florence and Siena, a distance of approximately 50 miles. Also known as the Chiantigiana Road, this route takes in the whole of the famous Chianti region from Greve through Panzano, Castellina, Radda, Gaiole and, ultimately, Siena.

Seatbelts are compulsory when travelling along the road of Italy, and the use of a mobile phone when behind the wheel is illegal. If you’re travelling down a two-lane motorway, you’ll need use dipped-headlights.

There are also some essentials you need to carry in your vehicle, including reflective jackets and warning triangle. Speak to our staff if you have any questions and they’ll be sure to help you.

A quick guide to Florence

Romantic and elegant, intriguing and welcoming, Florence is positively steeped in the beauty and grandeur of the Renaissance. Incredible eateries share street space with world-beating art venues and precious heritage sites making a visit to Florence a truly unique proposition.

Florence is located in Tuscany, an area with no shortage of either stunning cities or exceptional terrain. Any visitor will be spoiled for choice.

Centre yourself

The birthplace of the renaissance, this is a beguiling city with stunning attractions on every block. Take your pick: the breathtaking Duomo cathedral with its huge red-tiled dome; the Basilica di Santa Maria Novella, a 13th-15th century marble-fronted church packed full of priceless art; the Palazzo Vecchio, a fortress palace designed in the 13th century… the list is endless.

Florence, with its bridge lined with fine jewellers, its narrow streets full of secret cafés and its immaculate creamy marble piazzas thronging with laidback locals and stylish students, is an incredible city.

Branching out

Car hire from Florence opens up the whole of glorious Tuscany for your delectation. There are a few key towns and cities that simply shouldn’t be missed in this part of the world.

Certaldo is one favourite and, at just an hour away, is almost on the doorstep. Famous for crystal glassware, this is a medieval city characterised by its narrow streets and intimate squares.

A little further away, Pisa is located around 90 minutes’ drive from Florence, and is best known for its iconic leaning tower. However, there’s much more to discover in Pisa for those willing to explore.

Close to Pisa is lovely Lucca, a firm favourite with many visitors to Tuscany and perfect for a day trip. A compact, stunning destination, Lucca sits at the foot of the Apuan Alps, and highlights include the Piazza dell’Anfieatro and the 12th century church of Saints Giovanni and Reparata.

How about travelling north to the city of red-hued Bologna, famous for its politics, its Gothic architecture and its foodie culture?

Travel in the opposite direction, south from Florence to reach Siena, another Gothic city but one with an altogether more relaxed, romantic atmosphere.Explore the famous contrada (districts) to browse the artisan boutiques, the confectionary shops and the fabulous restaurants.

Lovely landscapes

The rolling red hills dotted with ochre farmhouses and punctuated with lush green olive groves and wheat fields – the Tuscan landscape is well known for its jaw-dropping beauty.

One area, the Val d’Orcia, south of Siena, is so very special that the view enjoys UNESCO protection. This is a wonderful region to see by car, whether you’re stopping off to explore remote villages, ticking off ancient monuments, embarking on a great food tour, or simply enjoying the bucolic scenes as they unfold before your eyes.