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Drive from Florence to Porto Venere

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Choose the latest flagship SUV – the astounding Audi Q8

After exploring the art galleries and museums of Florence, take time out and enjoy the natural beauty of the Italian Riviera. Porto Venere is a stunning village on the Ligurian coast. It is famous for the Porto Venere Regional Natural Park, a protected area which offers walking trails and diving sites. The drive from Florence is around 160km and takes you through the magnificent inland mountains scenery, and then down to the coast. Your trip stops at Lucca and Forte dei Marmi for some sight-seeing and scrumptious Ligurian traditional food.

Try out the latest and most advanced SUV – the Audi Q8

Recently released and at the top of our sought-after rental list is the sensational Audi Q8 SUV – a perfect stylish drive for a family on a road trip in Italy. The Audi Q8 features 4 doors and seating for 5 people. It has a mean powerful look and an equally powerful six-cylinder 3.0-Litre engine. This SUV is ready for any challenge on any road surface. Drive in the city, drive on the open roads, it is responsive, tough and exceptionally comfortable.

We will deliver you Audi Q8 to any venue

Don’t stand in queues or rush around to find a car rental agency. With our deluxe 5-star service, we will deliver your car of choice to any location that suits you best. Do you want us to meet you at the airport? Relax in the VIP lounge and we will find you there. If you prefer to take the concierge service to your hotel, get settled in, enjoy an espresso and a pastry and our Meet and Greet Service will be waiting for you.

Set off to Lucca, famous for its city walls

Get settled into your Audi Q8 and head out of Florence to Lucca, a distance of around 80km. Lucca is located on the Serchio, in a fertile plain near to the Tyrrhenian Sea. The main attraction is the amazing intact city walls that were built in the Renaissance Era.

You will enjoy the luxurious comfort of the Audi Q8 cabin. The driver is sure to be impressed by the cutting-edge, flowing centre which combines huge tablet-sized touchscreens and a stunning seamless design.

Lucca is known as the City of 100 Churches and visiting a few is a must. Stroll around the beautiful Cathedral of St. Martin. It is home to some rare art masterpieces like the Ilaria del Carretto’s Tomb by Jacopo della Quercia. Then drive to the ancient Roman Amphitheater. The square is filled with shops and restaurants and you can find a traditional café for breakfast.

Drive to the popular Forte dei Marmi

Continue your drive on the A11 to the coast and stop at Forte dei Marmi, a distance of around 40km. Forte dei Marmi in Tuscany is a popular playground of sun, sea and sand. Head for the beach and enjoy a stroll along the Pontile, a long pier that offers fabulous views of the city, the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Alps.

Forte Dei Marmi is known locally as the Fort of Marbles and was an important marble deposit area in ancient times. Located near to the wharf are the remains of the original Marble Warehouse which is worth a visit. The centre of the town is also filled with amazing marble sculptures. Enjoy a bite at the Gran Caffe La Corte, it is a popular spot for movers and shakers to park and show off their exotic cars while sipping espresso.

Porto Venere is a seaside town known for its natural setting

Nature lovers will be in heaven at Porto Venere. It is located near to the Porto Venere Regional Natural Park, which offers walking trails, stunning beaches, caves and diving sites. Enjoy a sail on a local fishing boat to the Island of Palmaria. Here you will find caves to explore and ancient
military structures to awe. Visit the Varignano Roman Villa, an ancient Roman Villa which also features an archaeological museum.Back on the mainland, drive down to the harbour and enjoy the sight of the vividly coloured buildings on the high cliffs. Relax at a café and watch the boats passing through the narrow Le Bocche channel on their way to Cinque Terre.

You can spend the night in the beautiful Porto Venere. Stay at the Hotel Belvedere. The terrace offers panoramic views of the Gulf of La Spezia and the nearby island of Palmaria. After breakfast in the morning, drive back to Florence.

We will collect your Audi Q8 when you are ready

When you are ready to return home, let us know where you will be, and our Meet and Greet team will pick up your vehicle wherever it suits you best. If you are travelling on to another city or even another country, do not let car hire logistics worry you. Our unique one way service allows you to take delivery of your car in one country and leave it for pick up in another.

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