Maserati hire in Rome
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Maserati rental in Rome
Things to do
Dense with religious and cultural sites is the Vatican City, the state surrounded by Rome. Here, you will find the Sistine Chapel, home of the Pope, and the Vatican Museums. The museum displays some of the most prominent Renaissance masterpieces and renowned Roman sculptures, such as Raphael’s Transfiguration or Laocoön for example. Also, make sure to check out St.Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world and product of many great architects of the Renaissance. Take your Maserati rental for a lap around the Colosseum and live the experience in 360 degrees. Then zip over to the Arch of Constantine to marvel at the triumphal structure or to the Trevi Fountain to throw in a coin for good fortune. The fountain was designed by architect Nicola Salvi in 1732 but was completed by several others to produce the most beautiful fountain in the world. Although Rome is predominantly known for its incredible historical sites, its modern attractions are not to be ignored. Spend a day at the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea or Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Romato to gaze at the city’s modern art.
There is so much to see in Rome and hiring an Maserati can help you fit it all in with no waiting around. Pick up your Maserati rental whenever and wherever suits you, including Leonardo da Vinci Airport and Ciampino Airport so you can have your luxury car from the moment you land to when you take off. Hiring the Maserati of your dreams has never been so simple. Driverso offers a selection of hundreds of car models which you can customise from a range of filters, including car type, brand, fuel, gear, seats and drive. The cost of Land Rover hire in Rome varies depending on the chosen model.
Food recommendations, nightlife, best events in town
The nightlife in Rome may not start until very late in the evening but when it does the bars and clubs fill up rapidly. Rome is known for its legendary outdoor gay club Gay Village where carnival dancers take to the stage and make for an unforgettable night. You can also try Sharivari or Baja for a classier yet no less exciting night out on the town. If you are looking for an even more exotic night, check out Burlesque @ Micca Club and feast your eyes on a spectacular burlesque show. Make a statement and fit right in at these extravagant events by arriving in an Maserati hire. However, if you want to live as a local, you should eat like one too. Some of the best food in Rome is actually quite simple yet still delicious. Try carciofi alla giudia, a surprisingly tasty artichoke dish or dive into the range of pasta dishes Rome has to offer, such as Rigatoni Carbonara or Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe. As we all know, Italy is famous for its Pizza but Rome has its own variation of the popular dish. They call it Pizza al taglio, a pizza baked in large square trays and served by the slice which you can find at Pizzarium by chef Gabrielle Bonci. You can also take some time to visit Biomercato alla Città dell’Altra Economia or Campagna Amica del Circo Massimo, markets where you can buy locally-produced fresh foods and other delicacies such as cheeses, cured meats, olive oil and wine. And to top off the sweet life, a sweet treat. What would a trip to Rome be without Gelato? Find the best ice cream at Giolitti, a gelateria with more than 100 different flavours so you are sure to find your favourite.