Discover Italy In A Ferrari

Written by tonks on April 2, 2007

Red FerrariWhen you travel you expect the best care possible at the best hotel that you can find. And when you go to Italy that is exactly what you get, including the best car service. The best way to tour Italy is in a beautiful hot red ferrari. Red Travel, based in Turin, is offering self-drive tours in the latest Ferarris, top left, through Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany that last anywhere from one to eight days.

And there is no need to worry about becoming lost in the remote countryside, looking for parking on a narrow cobbled street or even fitting your luggage into the small trunk. Red Travel provides clients with a tour manager who leads the way in an Alfa Romeo, transporting your bags straight to your hotel and even providing parking passes.

At night, after a hard day of winding your way around Rome, Siena and Pisa, drivers can unwind in top hotels, as well as at a spa in Val d’Orcia. The day-by-day itineraries also outline meals in historic cities (dinner at a former convent and another at a Tuscan farmhouse) as well as the top driving speed for each leg, like 350 kilometers an hour (about 215 miles an hour) en route to Florence (hold onto your scarves ladies).

Priced upon request for one to three days depending on your choice of Ferrari, the four-day trip from Rome to Siena and back costs 4,300 euros per person (about $5,675 at $1.32 to the euro) plus 150 euros per person for insurance. The deposit for the car, however, starts at 15,000 euros.

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