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Rent a car at Lamezia Airport with Europcar
If you can’t wait to explore Lamezia Terme as soon as you touch down at the airport, hiring a car from Lamezia Airport makes perfect sense. This bustling travel hub – commonly known as Lamezia Terme International Airport – is a gateway to Italy’s strikingly beautiful Calabria region and is therefore the ideal place from which to begin a four-wheel tour of this enchanting country.
The Europcar car hire experience at Lamezia Airport
Whether you are travelling to Lamezia Terme for business or pleasure, we have a hire car to suit your needs. From the compact Fiat 500 X to the family-friendly Peugeot 3008 our fleet is comprised of new, safe and reliable models that will help you tour the Italian countryside or coastlines in style.
If you want to add a touch of luxury to your trip, our prestige selection of eye-catching models may also pique your interest. Featuring top cars from marques such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW, you can cruise along taking full advantage of all the latest mod-cons which come as standard.
Whatever you opt for, rest assured that our service is second to none. Renting a car should be the least of your worries which is why we make the whole process as slick as possible – from the moment you book online to the moment you hand back your keys.
Our flexible daily, weekly and monthly rental solutions allow for optimum flexibility and don’t hesitate to ask one of our customer service representatives if you have a question.
Discover Lamezia Terme and surroundings by car
With easy access to four wheels you’ll be able to explore the very best of Lamezia Terme with top attractions including the Normandy Castello Normanno Svevo which dates back to the 11th century and offers spectacular views of the local area. The Museo Archeologico Lametino is also packed with archaeological relics, ancient tools and other artefacts from times gone by giving a unique insight into the history of Lamezia.
The vibrant and culturally rich city is also known for its mouth-watering cuisine, so if you’re looking to satisfy your cravings with a bowl of homemade pasta or some freshly cooked meat, head to one of the many rustic restaurants that are sure to put your hunger at ease after a hard day.
If you’re willing to travel far and wide, the 100 kilometre drive north to the picturesque village of Stilo is a must before continuing a short distance to the seaside village of Monasterace Marina. On the toe of the so-called Italian boot you will also find Reggio Calabria which is the oldest city in the area, home to an array of stunning beaches and museums. Don’t miss a trip north-east to Silo National Park which is a top spot for fishing, hiking, camping and kayaking.
Driving in Lamezia Terme
When driving in Italy stay on the right hand side of the road and overtake on the left. Follow local signs and never break the speed limit as the Italian police can be strict. When navigating rural or mountainous routes, be aware that the roads can become narrow and bumpy.
With regards to parking in Lamezia Terme, always read the signs and be sure to pay if you are in a zone which is chargeable. You will often find that local attractions and beaches have their own parking areas.