$10 - $22
Out of all the popular cities in Italy, Catania is the cheapest city to hire a car in at just $10/day. Renting a car in Catania is 57% cheaper than renting one in Bari where the per day rate is around $22. Other fairly inexpensive cities in Italy to get a car hire in are: Venice ($14/day), Trieste ($14/day), and Rome ($15/day). While these cities typically have cheaper prices than the rest of the country, travellers looking to hire a car in Rome should expect to spend around $15/day on their transportation. The most popular city to rent a car in Italy is Rome.
With an average price of $32/day, Avis is the most popular car hire provider in Italy, booking 252% more rental cars than any other provider.
At $15/day, the cheapest car hire price in Italy was found in Rome. On average, Reggio Calabria has the cheapest daily rental car price ($16/day), which is 65% below average price for cities in Italy.
In Italy, drivers are expected to drive on the right side of the road.