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Hire Audi in Italy
The feeling of driving an Audi has no parallel it's a sense of freedom you have never felt before! Engage all your senses: listen, look, smell and feel your surroundings. Marvel at the impressive mountains, glistening seas and historical monuments. Immerse yourself fully with Audi car rental in Italy.
Soak up the sunshine and feel the wind in your hair as you take a spectacular Italian journey in a cabrio rental. Italy is home to a wealth of art, culture, gastronomy and landscapes so do not hesitate and head on down to explore.
Enjoy the best of what this diverse country has to offer, whether you want to visit the Colosseum , Roman Forum , Vatican City, Venice Canals or Pompeii, your Audi rental in Italy will get you there.
Your sleek, stylish car is sure to draw some gazing eyes so enjoy the attention and feel like a star during your time there! Or join the stars in the many celeb hot-spots that Italy has to offer - Lake Como, Milan or the Amalfi coast- for an extravagant experience.
Rent Audi in Italy and take your car to some less known destinations to enjoy the more relaxed side to Italy. Head over to Alberobello, Bergamo , Treviso or Bologna for a fairytale visit filled with hidden gems.
Things to do
For a romantic get-away, hire one of our cosy two-seater cabrios and take that special person on an unforgettable trip. Head over to Tuscany, home of Galileo, to Stargaze at night with the roof down. Or steer towards Verona, the most romantic town in Italy, known for its tragic love story Romeo and Juliet.
Visit some of Italy's most extraordinary islands: Sardinia, Capri, Elba and Sicily. Feel the salty sea breeze and hear the waves from afar. Make sure to stop over at some of the amazing beaches too. Find the clearest blue waters and picturesque views at Chia Beach Sardinia, Scalo Maestro Marettimo and San Vito Lo Capo Sicily.
Italy is famous for its pizza and pasta dishes but has so much more incredible food on offer. Enjoy the fantastic fine cuisine and mouth-watering local dishes. Why not pack a picnic of fresh Focaccia and Prosciutto, then head down to the largest park in Rome Villa Doria Pamphili for a delicious lunch?