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Explore the Italian Motor Valley and the Italian Riviera

By Nicole Harris

Show off your unique style in an exotic Porsche 911 Convertible

Are you in Bologna for a business conference? Why not plan to spend a few extra days and explore northern Italy? A short drive of an hour takes you to the heart of the Italian Motor Valley, a dream for any car enthusiast. It is the birthplace of the iconic Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati brands. After your car experience, head south to the coast and cruise along the Italian Riviera. A stylish Porsche 911 Convertible is the perfect model to rub shoulders with the movers and shakers in trendy seaside resorts like La Spezia, Forte dei Marmi and Cinque Terre.

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Relax in the lounge of the stylish Hotel Al Cappello Rosso in the heart of Bologna's Old Town. Enjoy a cappuccino and a plate of Amaretti and very soon our professional Meet and Greet team will meet up with you.
Your car is ready and waiting outside the hotel and all you need do is accept the keys and set off. You do not stand in queues, fill in paperwork or search for us. If you want to go for a quick test drive, our driver will be more than happy to make sure you are up to speed with the cutting-edge technology of your Porsche 911 Convertible. Remember that if you have any questions while on your trip, our friendly and knowledgeable team is always available to help.

Drive to Modena in the Italian Motor Valley

Set off north along the A1 to Modena, a distance of around 45km. This city is at the heart of the Motor Valley and is a car lovers dream. Stop at the Umberto Panini Motor Museum. This private museum belongs to the Panini family and offers an awe-inspiring display of Maserati models. The museum is located on an organic dairy farm called Hombre. Walk around and admire the collection of cars that date back to 1926. You can also see unique vintage motorcycles and old military vehicles. Your next stop is the Museo Casa Ferrari, a futuristic complex painted in the famous yellow tones of the Ferrari horse logo. Here you can learn all about the history of the Ferrari brand. On display are exotic cars in a huge 2,500 square metre pavilion. Don’t miss the spectacular audio-visual show that uses 19 projectors.
Stop for lunch in world famous Parma

Parma is your next stop, about an hour away. Parma is world famous for Parmesan cheese, prosciutto, aged parmigiano reggiano and refreshing Lambrusco wines. The perfect place to stop for lunch! After your meal, visit the stunning Cattedrale di Parma, a grandiose Romanesque place of worship. See the massive art-filled interior with a striking frescoed cupola. Drive to the beautiful Ducal Palace which offers Baroque frescoes and a landscaped garden where you can relax and soak up the sun.

Test your Porsche 911 Convertible on the open road

The new 922-generation Porsche 911 has a folding fabric roof that retracts in just 12 seconds. Open it up and enjoy the exhilaration of a drop-top drive. The engine is a powerful 3.0-litre twin-turbo flat six generating 444bhp with a roar that sends shivers down your spine. Put the pedal to the metal and sprint from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.7 seconds. The interior cabin is impeccably fitted and offers sport-type seating that can heat or cool. The driver will enjoy the twin digital instrument panels and the 12.3-inch main media touchscreen.

Head south to the Cinque Terre region

Drive along the A15 for a distance of 160km to the coast. The scenery is stunning and your Porsche 911 Cabriolet will be a thrill on the open road. Cinque Terre is a stunning setting of five ancient villages perched perilously on the cliffs sides overlooking the ocean. The buildings are vividly coloured and interspersed with narrow winding streets that make their way down to the water. Park your car and explore on foot. You can stroll down to the waterfront and enjoy a fabulous plate of seafood on the dock, as you watch the small boats come and go.

Near to Cinque Terre is the lovely Sestri Levante, with the beautiful bays Baia delle Favole and Baia del Silenzio. They were named in honour of the author HC Andersen, who lived in Sestri Levante for a short while.

Stay overnight in Riomaggiore

Spend the night in the village of Riomaggiore. The exclusive Hotel La Torretta overlooks the Piazza Della Chiesa and offers fabulous views of the Ligurian Sea. Drive back to Bologna in the morning. We can arrange to collect your Porsche 911 convertible when ever you are ready to return home. We can meet you at your luxury hotel, villa or resort or find you at the Airport. You tell us what suits you best.

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