Daily Car Hire Rates in Perugia Airport
5 seat minivan
*daily rates in Perugia Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Perugia Airport car hire
Hello. I want to hire the golf but need an additional driver. And i have my own excess insurance already so will not need it. Is that a problem in Italy.
Hi, you can select the number of additional drivers required when progressing your quote, this is paid locally on arrival and not to us. I cannot comment on your own insurance policy as it is not one of our products so you would need to check that it is applicable to Italy.
Perugia Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?
- The airport handled just over 600,000 passengers last year.
- The airport is also known as San Egidio Airport.
- Only eight routes operate out of it.
- Ryanair is the main carrier using the airport.
- Perugia is perfect for beginning a voyage of discovery in Umbria
Perugia San Egidio Airport Mini Guide
Why Should I Visit Perugia?
It’s the capital of the region of Umbria and whilst not as well-known as the cities of Florence
, it has architecture that at least parallels it. Much of the old city centre is accessible on foot where you have such splendours as ‘underground Perugia’ formed when a fortress was built over medieval streets. The fortress may have gone but many of the streets remain in great restored condition. Perugia is the home of Italian chocolate and you’re bound to be tempted by the delicious confectionery on offer in the shops. Finally, walk the Roman Aqueduct for an unusual view out over the city.
How do I get to Perugia?
Perugia has its own small international airport called Umbria International which accepts flights from London
as well as a handful of domestic routes. Ryanair are the main operators there so fares are low. Entry into the city is by bus, taxi or hire car and the journey should take no more than twenty minutes.
What is the Airport Like?
It’s very small and with minimal facilities. Plans are currently underway to build a new terminal to cope with increasing passenger numbers. You’ll have to walk from the plane to the terminal for now and once there, go through passport checks. Inside the terminal there isn’t a help desk, merely information on a notice board but the staff in the arrivals area are very helpful. There’s an ATM for quick cash but no bank or currency exchange.
Public transport is accessed immediately outside the terminal building whilst the staff at the car rental desks will direct you to your pre-booked hire car. For departing passengers, once you have checked in you’ll struggle to keep yourself entertained before your flight so bring a good book. There is a small kiosk selling newspapers and sundry travel goods as well as a café doing a limited range of hot and cold snacks.
There is no Wi-Fi system at Umbria International at the moment but it is planned that the new terminal will greatly increase the facilities the airport has to offer.