Car rental Florence Airport

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$20 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/19/2018 - 11/26/2018 at Florence Airport
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Florence Airport

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Mo-Sa 0830-2330
Su 0930-2330
Address
Firenze Aeroporto - Via del Termine 11,
50127
, , Amerigo Vespucci Airport

Telephone: +39 055 307370

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Hertz at Florence Airport

The romance is palpable in this alluring Italian Renaissance city, making it hard not to fall deeply in love forever with Florence. There is, perhaps, nowhere more enchanting in the city than the art galleries, which house renowned classics from some of the world’s most influential artists.

We’ve got multiple pick-up points across the city, including this one at Florence Airport, so you can easily collect your car and start your adventure with no delay.

Browse our cars in advance to find the one that’s perfect for your vacation. Whether traveling as a couple or in a larger group, planning to drive in the city or further afield, we have a wide range of cars to suit your trip. 

In the unlikely event that you find Hertz car rental at Florence Airport cheaper, we offer a best price guarantee, which means we’ll refund the difference. There are no hidden extras to pay either, so you can be on your way into Florence with peace of mind.

Driving in and around Florence

The impressive scenery and year-round warm temperatures make driving around Florence and Tuscany a genuine pleasure.

Be aware that cars are banned from the city’s historic center during certain hours.The restricted zones are indicated by signs with a red circle on a white background alongside ZTL – or Zona Traffico Limitato. If the accompanying light is green you can enter, if it’s red only cars with permits are allowed to enter. To avoid the ZTL, park your car in one of the numerous parking lots which can be found around the center and explore the city on foot. If, however, your hotel is inside a ZTL, you can contact them in advance with your car registration to get temporary access.

Outside of the city, you’re close to some captivating places. Take SGC Firenze – Pisa – Livorno and it’s just under an hour and a half to the famed city of Pisa. Here you can see the world-famous Leaning Tower, where watching tourists find creative ways to pose alongside the famous structure - almost as intriguing as the curious building itself.

While visiting Pisa it’s worth making the 30-minute journey toLivorno, via the E80. Located on the Ligurian Sea, this port city is one of the most modern in Tuscany. Here you can see the Venetian-style canals and dine on the best seafood on the Tyrrhenian coast.

From Florence it’s a drive of around an hour and a half, via the E35, to Bologna. This city has many nicknames including la grassa – the fat. That’s a clue to its reputation. Many Italian dishes originate here, and its nickname is testament to the delicious cuisine on offer. Dinner in Bologna is a gastronomical treat you’ll never forget.

There are tolls on many major routes around Italy and speed limits vary from 80mph on freeways to 56mph on local roads and 30mph in built-up areas such as Florence itself. As in the U.S, you’ll be driving on the right-hand side of the road.

A quick guide to Florence and the surrounding area

So significant and jaw-droppingly beautiful is this enchanting city that the whole of Florence is a UNESCO world heritage site. The Arno River flows through it, gracefully winding alongside cobbled streets that are lined on either side by spectacular architecture, much unchanged from the Renaissance period.

Art for the ages

Florence is one of Europe's greatest art cities and is home to the most visited galleries in the country. Stroll along the banks of the Arno and you’ll come to the illustrious Uffizi Gallery opposite the Piazza della Signoria. Take the two flights of Renaissance–era stairs to the entrance of the museum.

The first thing you’ll see when you enter are the frescoed ceilings, showing intricate detailing, before you begin to discover the most prominent work of the period. Giotto's frescoes, Michelangelo's David and canvases by Botticelli and Leonardo da Vinci are all displayed throughout the labyrinth of rooms.

Boutique shopping at its finest

Italy’s fashion industry has its roots in elegant Florence, with designers Guccio Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo opening haute-couture boutiques in the city in the 1920s.

Gucci are still here, along with other top-tier fashion houses such as Prada, Pucci, Cartier and Bulgari. In this friendly city, the high-class sits comfortably alongside more home-grown shopping experiences, so you can also explore markets full of local produce. San Lorenzo is a bustling market, selling fine leather goods, local art and delicious regional food. This is the original leather market of the city and perhaps the best place to buy a Florentine souvenir to take home.

Pose alongside the Leaning Tower of Pisa

With Florence being so close to Pisa, you can enjoy a day trip to this famous city to see its main sights. Pisa’s Leaning Tower is the perfect place to get that iconic snap. The tower is an architectural wonder and oddity, leaning at an improbable angle and yet somehow it has stood in place since 1399. There’s more to the city than just one wonky tower, however. Step out onto the Piazza dei Miracoli and you’ll also be able to visit the Duomo, Camposanto cemetery and more besides.

Treat your taste buds in Bologna

Italy is renowned for its delicious delicacies – but pizza and pasta are just for starters in Bologna, the gastronomical capital of the country. Tagliatelle al ragù, mortadella, tortellini and lasagne alla Bolognese are among the Italian dishes that originate here and it’s no wonder city life largely revolves around food.

Osteria dell'orsa can be found in the heart of the city and is one of the best restaurants for tagliatelle al ragù. Bustling, welcoming and friendly, dining here is like a warm embrace. It’s hugely popular, so expect it to be busy at peak times.

The city is also home to a foodie theme park, where you can hop on a tricycle to explore the 20 acres. Learn how to cook like a true Italian and taste the local produce. Once you’re back in Florence, you’ll find great food too – don’t leave without trying the bistecca Fiorentina, a grilled T-Bone often cooked over chestnuts.

Book your car rental in Florence Airport and once you’ve soaked up the enchanting atmosphere and cultural riches of Tuscany’s capital, you can head out and discover the treasures of Tuscany.