Why Choose Us?
We challenge you to find cheaper! Our rates include a brand new vehicle, unlimited mileage, insurance and roadside assist*. Why pay more?
We offer a great range of vehicles at competitive prices, from the most reputable suppliers.
We provide 24/7 service while you're on the road. You can also call 1800 761 192 , leave a message, and we'll return your call.
Planning Your Trip
Car leasing is a fantastic alternative to long term car rental in Rome. The insurance included is certainly a highlight, covering many European countries! Leasing is a tax free buy back programme endorsed by the French government to encourage tourism.
There are only 3 companies you can lease from in Rome and these are; Renault, Peugeot and Citroen. The variety of vehicles offered by these three companies are extensive and selection of the best deal can be an overwhelming experience. Udrive takes the hassle from our customers and compare the rates from these three companies to suit your needs. We will simply compare and provide you with the best possible quote from one of these companies within 24 hours of receiving your quote request. We're confident that once you've compared our prices to those elsewhere, you'll find that our deals are unbeatable.
Specifically designed for non-European residents and travellers planning an extended holiday in Rome between 17 and 175 days, all vehicles are left-hand drive. It is a great alternative to car hire allowing you to explore the best of Rome as soon as you arrive.
Please note that most vehicles include insurance with no vehicle excess, full factory warranty, personal accident insurance, free additional drivers, unlimited kilometres and 24 hour roadside assistance in 8 countries throughout Rome.
Rome, the capital of Italy and possibly one of the better-known cities in the world. Over two million citizens live within its borders, add that figure to the amount of visitors that the city receives every year, and we have a busy destination with a wealth of attractions and sites to see. Nicknamed the “Eternal city,” and “the world’s biggest open air museum,” its history dates back more than 2000 years. As well as being the capital of the Roman Empire, it is also known as the seat of the Catholic Church.
Ten Attractions to See in Rome
The Colosseum was the largest Roman amphitheatre ever built and these days, it is a major landmark and symbol of Rome, appearing on most picture postcards
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The Vatican is a state within Rome and the pope’s residence. Built over the tomb of Saint Peter, within the city are 11 museums including the Sistine Chapel
The Trevi Fountain is of Baroque style and stands over 25 metres high. Completed in 1762, it is a well-known landmark of Rome
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The Pantheon was built around 126AD and is a perfectly preserved Roman building. The interior of the dome is meant to resemble vaults within heaven
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Capitoline hill was the citadel of early Roman life. Here you can visit two museums with an inspiring art collection containing some great works.
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If the historical buildings get too much for you, head for the city’s inner park called Villa Borghese. A large green area, it is especially popular at weekends for leisurely relaxation
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The Vittariano has a lift that will take you to the top of the monument for an amazing panoramic view of the city below
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Saint Peters Basilica is a Renaissance church built within the walls of the Vatican. Open from 7am to 6pm, every day, it includes the tomb of the John Paul the second.
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Many people advise that a guided tour is needed to fully appreciate the Roman forum which was the economic and religious centre of Rome
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Piazza Navona is considered the place to hang out. The area has many cafes to sample traditional Italian food and in the middle is the historic fountain of the Four Rivers.
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