Palermo Car Rental

Enterprise Car Rental Locations in Palermo

As the capital city of Sicily, beautifully located on the island's north coast, Palermo is deservedly a popular destination with travelers. Exploring the city and its environs can most easily be done by car. A highly convenient solution is to rent a car rental in Palermo from Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Enterprise has a branch at the nearby airport and another in the downtown area of Palermo itself, so whether you're arriving by air or sea, it will be simple and straightforward to arrange a car rental in Palermo that ticks all the right boxes. Northern Sicily is an endlessly fascinating place with miles of coastline to explore, as well as unspoiled countryside and quiet villages. With a modern and well-specified vehicle from Enterprise at your disposal, you'll be able to take off on a new adventure whenever the mood takes you, regardless of the time or the weather.

Our Vehicles For Rental In Palermo

Enterprise offers an excellent selection of cars and vans to suit every type of traveler. If you're driving through rural areas, such as the stunning Via Barcarello coastal drive, and are concerned about your environmental impact, choosing a hybrid model will allow you to stay green during your travels. On the other hand, if you've decided to take your family for a day out at Conca d'Oro shopping mall, a luxury station wagon will whisk you there in style while offering plenty of room for your purchases.

At The Airport

Palermo International Airport is about 30 km west of the city, making it a popular and relaxing place to start your visit to Sicily. Thanks to the convenience of having an Enterprise branch at the airport itself, together with the excellent standards of customer service you'd expect from Enterprise, car rental couldn't be easier. The helpful staff at the branch will be more than happy to assist you in the simple process of picking up your rental car, as well help make your onward journey as straightforward as possible.

Attractions In Palermo

With a car, you'll have your pick of Palermo's many attractions. You could visit the grandly-named Palazzo dei Normanni e Cappella Palatina, Sicily's parliament building and home to a spectacular mosaic-filled chapel. It's best to visit on a weekend when parliament is not in session. Another option is to take in a show at Teatro Massimo, one of Europe's most impressive opera houses. You can also drive to the coastal Orienta di Cappa Gallo nature reserve, where it's easy to get away from the crowds and go snorkeling, or just watch the waves roll in.

Cheap Car Rental In Palermo

Even though hiring a car is the ideal way to get around the Palermo area, it only makes sense if you can obtain a good deal on the rental. Happily, with Enterprise, that's exactly what you get. They offer special weekend rates, which are ideal for those planning a city break in Palermo, as well as excellent deals that are only available if you book online. With Enterprise's staff priding themselves on going the extra mile, you'll quickly discover that choosing them for your car rental in Palermo will mean superb service and great value.

Places To Visit Outside Palermo

It's well worth taking the car for some short trips outside Palermo, as the local area has much to offer. Less than 20 km to the northwest is the gorgeous fishing village of Sferracavallo, which is known for its beautiful sunsets and several outstanding seafood restaurants. Even closer is Monreale, which is barely 10 km northeast of Palermo. Monreale is home to one of the world's most impressive Norman cathedrals, as well as valleys that are full of fruit and almond trees. Alternatively, you can head inland to Segesta and visit its ruins from Ancient Greek times.

Parking And Traffic Information In Palermo

Traffic volumes in Palermo are highly variable, so choose your driving times with care to enjoy quieter conditions. Notably, there is considerably less traffic on Sundays, although the central street of via Libertà/via Maqueda is closed on Sundays. The city has a ring road to help you travel from district to district, and it's best to avoid rush hours and lunch periods. Car parks generally charge a couple of euros per hour for parking. Look for lots that are permanently staffed, or you can use the blue pay-and-display bays located throughout the city for about half the price.