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Since January 2017, midtown office at 1 km from the Pompey’s dig box office. There is also a shuttle bus from and to airport seven days a week 24 hours.
Pompei
(Via Anastasio Rossi)

Since January 2017, midtown office at 1 km from the Pompey’s dig box office. There is also a shuttle bus from and to airport seven days a week 24 hours.

SERVICES

SHORT TERM CAR HIRE

LONG TERM CAR HIRE

servizi noleggio pompeiPLUS
  • FLOTTA FULL-LINERS
    (più di 21 categorie di veicoli,
    tra auto e veicoli commerciali,
    da poter scegliere per il tuo noleggio)
  • Presa e riconsegna presso Hotel
ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS
Pompei

Via Anastasio Rossi 25 - 80045 - Pompei (NA)
Phone: +39 081 19 48 55 87
pompei@b-rent.it

Opening Times:
Monday-Friday: 08:30 am - 1:00 pm / 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday: 08:30 am - 1:00 pm

Drop-off the vehicle / Drop-off out of opening hours:
The drop-off takes place at the Parking Gloria to the address below: Via Lepanto 59, phone: +39 081 850 78 49/ + 39 338 377 15 02.

The drop-off of the vehicle out of opening hours may take place after informing the rental agent.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Restriction to Traffic - The yellow zone


Since 1st March 2017 the Limited Traffic Zone for long vehicles which exceeds seven meters, and provides the same access rates for all vehicles with these features ZTL yellow zone is a restricted area limited to a defined hour. With a fee payment is possible to drive in.

DOCUMENTS
What you need to pick it up:

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


ROAD TRAFFIC RULES

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

FOTO

Alcuni scatti della nostra stazione di noleggio auto a Pompei.

ITINERARI DI VIAGGIO

Funicolare del Vesuvio

On 10th June 1880 was inaugurated the new funicular managed by Mr Treiber. Hundreds of tourists experienced the elation of the ramp to the summit of Mount Vesuvius. Moreover, the company indebted by the high maintenance costs and the low profit was forced to cede the concession to Thomas Cook & Son. On March 1911 an eruption destroyed the station: blockage of connections for one year. Meanwhile Cook retired from business and were handed down to the “Anonymous Company society for the Vesuvius railway “. The funicular railway’s success was compromise by the beginning of the Second World war and permanently discontinued after the eruption on 1944.After the war it was thought to build it again, but it was decided to build a chairlift running until about 1984.
To the funicular was dedicated a famous song “Funiculì,Funiculà” written by Peppino Turco.

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