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Popular Luxury Rentals in Rome
The Eternal City and its surrounding countryside are a treat for anyone looking to drive and explore. Here a few ideas to choose the perfect car rental to do it with.
Ferrari 488 Spider
This pure-bred Italian open top sports car features a powerful V8 engine which will take you from 0-100 km/h in just 3 blindingly fast seconds and make your drive an absolute pleasure. With the max speed of 325 km/h, the Ferrari 488 Spider doesn’t lack power nor grace: the outer edges have been designed both for speed and superb looks, while the interior is the supreme success of combining luxury and comfort with the Formula-1-like cockpit designed for the top speeds achievable. Just imagine yourself cruising the Italian countryside with a Ferrari 488 Spider….Pure pleasure.
If you are looking for the perfect family car, look no further than the Mercedes V-Class, a superb luxury van that drives like a sedan. While it doesn’t have the performance capabilities of a supercar, it is a stud among sedans: zero to a hundred in 9.1 seconds and a top speed of 205 km/h make it more than just a regular family car. The drive is as sublime as the interior is spacey and comfortable. Your family will be snug and happy while you drive expertly in Rome.
The Huracan stands for two things: performance and speed. The stunning design emphasizes its power – as if it needed to be. From 0 to 100 in 2.9 seconds. Top speed exceeding 325 km/h. Once you get into the driver’s seat and start the ignition, your heart will instantly beat faster. And once you rev the engine, it will start to race. The interior complements the exterior: the finest materials have been put together to design a supreme driving experience with all the comfort and control one would expect from a Lamborghini. You are in for an unforgettable drive in Rome.
A Day-Trip in Rome
The city of Rome is ancient and the heart of it – the old centre – harbours centuries of secrets and stories.
The first must-see sight – and there are many in Rome – is the famous Colosseum. The largest amphitheatre ever built, it was a place of spectacles such as gladiatorial contests, battle reenactments and Roman dramas. Not far from there, the Pantheon stands as it polar opposite. If the former was a place meant for the Roman people, the latter is a place meant for the gods. Once a temple and now a church, this monumental building is one of the best preserved relics of ancient Rome.
For a quick break, head nearby to Caffe Sant’Eustachio, which Romans claim serves the most superior coffee in Rome. What’s the secret? The pure water used in the brew is funneled into the city by an aqueduct built in 19 B.C. Water is also the focal point of our next attraction: the Trevi Fountain. This famous waterworks is younger than most of the city’s beloved sights, but no less magnificent. The tradition mandates you should throw a coin into the water for good luck, but it has to be done correctly: using the right hand, throw it over the left shoulder.
If you are hungry, take a short drive with your Ferrari 488 Spider to the La Porta Del Principe, on the the best traditional Italian restaurants in Rome.
I’m sure you will want to take your Ferrari rental to the roads of the Italian countryside for a test drive in the afternoon. Two hours on the Italian roads from Rome is the National Park of Abruzzo. If you wish to take a break from the city buzz and relax among the mountains and breathe fresh air, go here.
For a shorter trip, go to Lake Bracciano, a lake known for being the source of water for Rome, as well as being one of the cleanest lakes in Italy. Fancy a swim?
When you drive back for dinner, Tempio Di Iside offers a great selection of fresh fish in a stunning setting. At night, Rome turns the lights off and the music on. While there are many bars and nightclubs, Shari Vari Playhouse is the spot to party in Rome.
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