What’s it Cost to Rent and Tour the Italian Countryside in a Ferrari?
Have you ever dreamed of cruising across the Italian countryside in the quintessential Italian vehicle, a Ferrari? It doesn’t have to be a dream when you choose to rent a classy, high-performance vehicle from our leading car rental company.
The wind whips your hair to the side as you pull the wheel and feel the vehicle underneath immediately respond. The V8 engine hums as it moves up a gear and sends you sailing around a curve and onto a downhill straightaway. You’ve just left Bologna, headed south for Florence. After a few days there, it will be on to Rome, then Naples, and you’ll finish things off with a visit to the picturesque cliffs that run along the Amalfi Coast to Positano and Ravello.
This is Italy. And you’re experiencing it the way it was meant to be experienced – in a Ferrari.
This doesn’t have to be a pipedream or something you settle for watching on television. And you don’t have to spend $250,000 to experience it. You can tour the Italian countryside, from Venice to Puglia, at a reasonable price.
When you choose our car rental services, you’ll get the very best service imaginable. Not only will we personally deliver your vehicle of choice to your location, but one of our experienced technicians will give you a full rundown of every feature. And if you ever have questions about your car rental or any aspect of our services, just ask! We’re happy to answer every one of your questions so you can have a truly unforgettable experience.
We strive to offer rental services that are just like the Ferraris and other vehicles we rent out – first class! And that means you can have confidence in your rental, every step of the way.
So, what will it cost you to tour the Italian countryside in a Ferrari? That all depends on which model you choose.
Choosing the Ferrari that’s right for you…
Ferrari is a brand that’s synonymous with style, luxury, and speed. In fact, in 2014 it held the remarkable distinction of being the world’s most powerful brand by Brand Finance. And it was Ferrari that set the record for the most expensive car in history, when a 1963 250 GTO sold for $70 million.
In other words, a Ferrari will give you the sense that the entire world is at your fingertips like no other vehicle on the planet. And when you rent one with us, you’ll have your pick of some of the very best Ferraris on the market today, including…
If you want to feel the wind blowing in your air with every curve, look no further than the Ferrari 296 GTS. As a two-seater variant of the 488 with a folding hardtop, this is the perfect vehicle for anyone who wants to experience the full power and performance that’s associated with the name Ferrari. Going zero to sixty in slightly under three seconds, you’ll never have to worry about being late to your next destination. If you’d like to experience the pleasure of taking control, you can rent one from us starting at 1,500 Euros per day.
Just east of Genoa and Cinque Terre, on the Italian Riviera, lies the small port town of Portofino. This is the place that offered its name to the Ferrari Portofino, their newest V8 grand tourer. Ferrari’s engineers have done everything in their power to make this the most powerful, long-lasting sports car on the market today. It’s chassis is 35% stronger than its predecessor. It weighs 176 lb. lighter. And its V8 engine delivers the power and torque needed to carry you wherever you want to go. What it lacks in acceleration compared to its peers, it makes up in handling and comfort. In short, the Ferrari Portofino is the perfect vehicle if you’re looking to race down the whole western coast of Italy, going wherever the wind blows you. If you’re interested in renting the vehicle that received the Red Dot Award for Best of the Best in 2018, you can do so starting at 800 Euros per day.
If you’re searching for an unparalleled driving experience that you’ll spend the rest of your life telling your friends about, there can be no better option than the Ferrari 812 Superfast. This V12 powerhouse is one of their fastest, most aerodynamic models and it’s built for near-perfect handling. Its engine has the honor of being the world’s most powerful naturally aspirated production car engine. Perhaps that’s the reason that, when you get behind the wheel, you feel as though you’re ready to take on the world. If you’ve always wondered what it would be like to drive over 200 mph, then you’re going to want to rent the Ferrari 812 Superfast. And when you rent from us, you’ll be able to take for a spin for as little as 1,600 Euros per day.
The Ferrari F8 Tributo is like no car ever made. It’s one of Ferrari’s most recent V8, mid-rear-engined two-seater sports car. And it truly is a tribute to the entire Ferrari legacy. Ferrari’s engineers have crafted this car with the help of years of research and experience. They’ve taken everything that they learned from every car before it to offer an aerodynamic body that’s like nothing else on the market. In addition, they’ve ensured that it handles with complete precision thanks to its Side Slip Control system. And when you take your seat in its stylish, modern cockpit, you’ll feel like you’re behind the wheel of something truly unique – a vehicle unlike any you’ve ever driven before or will ever drive again. If you’re ready to experience the full power and performance of Ferrari, the Ferrari F8 Tributo can be your only option. And you can rent one from us today for as little as 1100 Euros per day.
In November of 2019, Ferrari introduced its newest GT vehicle, the Ferrari Roma, named after the Italian capital. With regard to power and performance, it lies between the Portofino and the F8 Tributo. But visually, it departs from many of Ferrari’s current offerings, finding its stylish inspiration instead in the 1962 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso. And since this is a grand tourer, it features the modern, electronic conveniences that drivers expect, like an 8.4” touchscreen for you and a similar screen for whoever’s riding next to you. When you step off your flight into Rome’s Airport Ciampino, you can have this gorgeous vehicle waiting for you at the curb, starting at only 1,500 Euros per day.
Take Your Ferrari for a Spin Through the Beautiful Italian Countryside…
Once you’ve chosen the Ferrari of your dreams and had us deliver it to your destination, you’ll be ready to begin your journey across the most beautiful country in the world – Italy.
If you’re going to experience the full glory and delight of this historic nation, you’ll want to do more than just visit the canals of Venice or the famous sights in Rome. In fact, by cruising into some of the less well-known cities and towns, you may discover that Italy is far more than Vatican City and the Colosseum. It’s a country filled with friendly people, delicious food, beautiful natural sights, and a whole lot more. But if you rent a Ferrari it’s even much better!
So, as you plan your jaunt across the countryside, keep the following destinations in mind.
As a major center of culture, art, commerce, and more, Milan is one of Italy’s leading cities and one of the wealthiest non-capitals in all of Europe. Whether you’re interested in fashion, art museums, architecture, cuisine, or shopping, Milan should be near the top of your list of Italian destinations. And since Milan is home to the Airport Bergamo and Airport Malpensa Linate, you can have us meet you there. Rent your Ferrari today and discover the beauty.
If you’re able to get off the Italian mainland, take a trip to the island of Sardinia, the second largest in the Mediterranean Sea. There, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of beautiful beaches, mountains, and forests. Experience a side of Italian life that few tourists enjoy when you take your rented Ferrari Portofino (or other vehicle) to this Italian island paradise.
Central Italy is home to the region of Tuscany, a popular tourist choice known for its delicious wines and beautiful beaches. This region of Italy is filled with warm, inviting cities and towns like Forte dei Marmi, Capalbio, Pienza, San Gimignano, and Volterra. And while you’re there, you can enjoy a variety of world heritage sites, including the Medici Villas and Gardens, the Cathedral square of Pisa, and more. And you can visit each one in style, as you cruise in your rented Ferrari 812 Superfast.
If you happen to be visiting Genoa or Cinque Terre, you may want to make a quick stop at Sestri Levante as well. While it used to be a quiet fishing village, it’s become a favorite vacation destination among many Italians. Enjoy a calm sea cruise or coffee at a local café as you spend a day or two experiencing small town coastal Italian life. Drive is cool in Costiera but if you rent a Ferrari this is supercool!
When you’ve had enough of southern Italy’s beaches, head north, toward Switzerland, and spend a night in Madonna di Campiglio. There, you’ll be able to enjoy one of Italy’s finest ski resorts along with the peaceful atmosphere that this tiny hamlet of 1,000 inhabitants offers. And if that’s not enough skiing for you, then you can make your way to Cortina d’Ampezzo, another famous ski resort town in Northern Italy. Not far from there, you can visit Merano, a city that’s known for being a popular destination for famous writers like Franz Kafka and Ezra Pound.
If you find yourself in central Italy and you’d like to discover the city that inspired Ferrari’s 360 Modena, make a stop in the municipality of Modena on the south side of the Po Valley. There, you’ll be able to see the University of Modena, a center of learning for nearly 1,000 years.
And these aren’t the only destinations you should consider. It would also be well worth your while to think about making stops at the following Italian locales…
Catania, a city known for its history, culture, and cuisine, and which is located on the west side of Sicily. And while you’re in Sicily, don’t forget to visit Taormina, a beautiful city filled with history and perched on scenic cliffs overlooking the Ionian Sea.
The Lake of Como, a body of water that the Huffington Post called the most beautiful lake in the world in 2014.
Ostuni which is also called ‘The White Town’ for its unique white walls and architecture.
Capri, a small island on the south side of the Gulf of Naples, known for its beautiful villas and popularity among poets, writers, and celebrities of the past and present.
Pitigliano, also known as Little Jerusalem because of its historic Jewish community.
The town of Fiumicino, just outside of Rome and home to Italy’s largest and busiest airport.
Rent a Ferrari in Italy and Enjoy the “Bella Italia”!