Prestige Car Rental in Italy
Luxury car rental in Italy
Things to do
With mountains, lakes, beaches, volcanoes, historical sites and food to die for, there’s always something to do and see in Italy. When in Rome, visiting the tranquil Castelli Romani (Roman Castles) region is a must. Jump into your luxury hire car for a relaxing 12 mile drive for dramatic views, volcanic lakes and delicious food in historical Frascati. If you’re heading to Florence, make sure you check out the Chianti wine region, home to some of the most picturesque towns and exquisite wines in Italy. Luckily for you,Chianti cannot be reached by public transport, so it’s the perfect excuse to enjoy a ride in your prestige hire car. Are you a chocolate lover or a wine connoisseur? Head to the North West of Italy and take a day trip to Alba, just an hour from Turin. Here you’ll find indulgent chocolate treats, famous Barolo and Barbaresco wines and indulgent white truffles. It’s a foodie’s heaven. If you’re a lover of the outdoors, take a drive to Zingaro Nature Reserve, just outside of Palermo. Here you’ll find pretty cliffs and beautiful wind sand beaches. Spend a day here sunbathing, hiking and swimming in the glistening blue waters. There’s also a handful of gorgeous secret coves to explore. One of the most famous day trips in Italy is to Pompeii to see the historic ruins of the Roman town and Mount Vesuvius. Explore one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in the world, before challenging yourself to a hike to the summit of the mighty Mount Vesuvius. Enjoy a guided tour or explore on your terms for a day for an unforgettable visit. And of course, no trip to Italy would be complete without a day trip to Rome. Take a tour of the historic Coliseum, hit the shops and enjoy a gelato at the Trevi fountain for the ultimate day out.
FAQs, where can i rent, how much does it cost, useful information, nearest airportSo, interested in an exotic hire car in Italy? With Driverso, it’s never been easier to rent a luxury car. All you have to do is head to our website, set a pick-up location and your preferred dates, and then choose your favourite from the hundreds of available models. You can even filter by car type, brand, fuel, gear, seats and drive to ensure you find the perfect car for you. Once you’ve chosen your hire car, we’ll deliver it to you at your selected pick-up location. We can even arrange pick-up at the nearest airport, so you can step straight off the plane into your dream supercar and start your holiday in Italy in style. The cost will vary depending on what model you choose, but prices start from €146 per day. You can also choose from practical vans, smart hatchbacks, 4x4s, sleek convertibles, and exotic supercars if you’re feeling fancy. We also allow you to select from automatic or manual, petrol or diesel so you can match your hire car to your preferences for a smooth ride.
Food recommendations, nightlife, best events in town
It’s no secret that Italian food is some of the best in the world. Pizza, pasta, bread, olives, cheese, soups and sauces, you name it, Italians know how it’s done. Undoubtedly, food and drink will form a big part of your trip, so make sure you check out the very best eateries Italy has to offer. If you’re looking for an unforgettable gastronomical experience, check out Combal.Zero for incredible two Michelin-star food or Dal Pescatore for mind-blowingly good three Michelin-star cuisine. If you’re after something more intimate, Italy is home to some of the most romantic restaurants in the world. Club del Doge Restaurant in Venice has been voted one of the world’s most beautiful water-front restaurants and Ristorante La Sponda in Positano offers a magical candlelit dining experience with live music. If you like to party, look no further than Milan. Renowned for its classy and vibrant nightlife scene, Milan’s clubs are among some of the best in the world. Like your nightclubs as flash as your supercars? Check out ‘Gold’, owned by Dolce and Gabbanna, where the restaurant and dancefloor are dripping in gold. For a cosy and elegant night out, Venice is the place. Here you’ll find jazz and cocktail bars aplenty, as well as piano lounges and live music. If you’re wondering about the best time to visit for a truly authentic experience, consider booking your trip to coincide with one of Italy’s most exciting events and festivals. In February, many Italian cities throw a carnival, with parties, music, bright floats, masquerade balls and elaborate parades. Other events include horse-racing competitions in Siena in July and August and medieval jousting in Ascoli Piceno in central Italy. There’s also a beautiful light festival called The Madonna Bruna festival in Matera in July, which is not to be missed.