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Car hire Naples Airport

Since September 2016, with a shuttle bus available 7/7-day 24 hour.
location airport
Naples Airport
(Viale Fulco Ruffo di Calabria)

Car hire Naples Airport is active since September 2016, with a shuttle bus available 7/7-day 24 hour.




servizi noleggio napoli capodichinoPLUS
    (More of 21 categories
    between cars and commercial vehicles)
Naples Airport

Viale Fulco Ruffo di Calabria, 80144 Napoli
Phone: +39 081 59 92 755
Mob.: +39 351 02 86 460
[email protected]

Opening Times:
Monday-Sunday:8 am-11 pm

Special Opening Times:
The Office is open on public holidays

Shuttle Service:
The Shuttle Service is available every day from 7 am to 11.30 pm

Drop-off the vehicle / Drop-off out of opening hours:
The delivery of vehicle takes place at the parking of the Rental Office. It’s important after leaving the vehicle in the apposite "B-Rent space" drop-off the keys in the apposite key box which is outside the lobby of the Office

Road assistance service:
B-Rent provides its customers with complete 24-hour roadside assistance. You may contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, calling from Italy at the toll free number
800 71 39 98 and from abroad at the toll free number +39 02 582 45 794. Our customer service will be glad to offer you support and assistance. Additional information may be found at Road Assistance Service page.

Skip the Line
Skip the line allows to sidestep the standard queue and join a preferential line. This option is available while booking online or directly inside the rental stations of: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Milan Central Station, Olbia, Cagliari, Naples and Catania Airport. The client may easily switch to the dedicated fast track by taking the number designed for this service, and pay for it only once he reaches the desk. The rate charged for this service is 6,99€ during the Low season and 14,99€ in the High season.


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Limited traffic zone

Since some years the municipality of Naples has introduced ZTL zone (Limited traffic zone). Many historical Italian cities have set up these limited traffic zones in order to reduce congestion and pollution. We suggest to visit the municipality’s website ( to be informed about it, or you might be able to find a map of the ZTL and to familiarize yourself where you can and cannot drive. Car owners must purchase documentation to be allowed in any ZTL, or you might require a temporary’s permit.
The temporary’s permits may be issued for.

- Removals
- Maintenance work on buildings, flats, shops etc.
- Clinic visit for people who has ambulation Issue
- For the bays

Polluting Vehicles

In Naples has been introduced a restriction in a bid to tackle air pollution and smog. So, Vehicles will not be able to drive on the city’s road on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 9 am and 12.30 am and Between 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. A daytime traffic ban has been extended until the end of March 2017. Only cars fueled by methane and Lpg, EURO 4 Vehicles and hybrid vehicles can circulate.

Has been confirmed, year-round, the driving ban for the vehicles ante-regulation 91/441 (euro 0) from 8.30 am to 7.30 pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on throughout the national territory.

From these limitations are with exception of the national motorway network: Naples ring-road, (Tangenziale di Napoli) NAPOLI-ROMA CONNECTION AND A3 NAPOLI-SALERNO; regional route ex SS. N.162- junction of Viale Fulco Ruffo di Calabria (Airport), and public holidays and pre-festivities days.

What you need to pick it up:

  • Driving license
  • Identity card or Passport
  • And Credit Card (not Prepaid and Rechargeable Card)


A guide with the main rules of circulation to drive a vehicle in Italy.


Alcuni scatti della nostra stazione di noleggio auto a Napoli Capodichino.


Museo della pace - Mamt

Launched on 29 June 2016, in the same building of the ex-Grand Hotel de londres, in Piazza Municipio The Museo della Pace show-and-tell, in five floors of exhibitions, videos and emotional journeys, everything that connects the Mediterranean culture and the world.
Mamt in the Neapolitan dialect it means “Your Mother, the woman that receives” but it’s also the acronym of Mediterranean, Art, Music and Tradition. A Whole floor is dedicated to Pino Daniele, a Neapolitan song-writer passed away some years ago.
The entrance is free, but you must reserve calling the number 340 80 62 908 or sending an email to [email protected]

Santuario di Montevergine

The first Basilica dates to 1126, when the first pilgrimages come to invocate the divine grace were already know: from that time Montevergine is a place dedicated to The Virgin par-excellence in Campania, one of the most visited sites in the south of Italy. The brand-new constructions have been terminated in the 1961, but inside you can still see the elements of the reconstruction of the 1645 who substituted the original church collapsed sixteen years before. The Montevergine abbey museum, opened in 1968, is opened every day from July 15 to September 15 (Monday-Friday :9.30 am 12.30 am/ 3 pm-6pm ,Saturday-Sunday 9.30 am 1 pm/ 3am 5 pm)


Campania is on the first place between southern Italian regions for the Blue Flag (exactly 15).

July 2017 - even this year the Campania’s beaches have had a higher number of Blue Flag, awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe, becoming the first on the graduation in the southern Italy. In order To qualify for this prestigious award, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety-related and access-related criteria must be met and maintained. the localities who have obtained this prestigious award are dislocated between the districts Of Salerno and Naples, may we remind Positano; Capaccio; Agropoli; Castellabate; San Marco; Ascea and Pisciotta.
In the Province of Naples Massa Lubrense e Anacapri receive the prestigious award.