Best Road Trip from Genoa
Genoa is an ancient port city, filled with amazing architecture, grand palaces and a rich cultural centre. It also offers a trendy vibe of hip cafés and modern buildings. The road trip from Genoa to Modena is around 300 km and takes you through the scenic rolling hills of north Italy. This region is world famous for food, wine and iconic Italian cars – the perfect combination for any car enthusiast.
Rent a Lambo at Genoa Airport
When you want exotic looks, excitement and the thrill of driving a supercar, nothing beats the iconic Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. This show-stopper is designed for blistering speeds, a sensational wow-factor and an unforgettable driving experience.
Hiring a supercar is a breeze with our 5-star service. Step off your flight at Genoa Airport, relax in the VIP restaurant and enjoy a coffee and a plate of biscotti. Our Meet and Greet Team will find you there and escort you to your car. You will never have to spend time hunting for a car rental outlet or stand in queues. We come to you!
If you prefer to travel with the concierge service to your luxury hotel, we can create a buzz when we pull up at the front entrance in your shiny red Lamborghini Huracan Spyder! You choose whatever suits you best.
Super Drive in Genoa
To pamper your passengers, rent a Lamborghini Urus, a 5 seater SUV with the DNA of a super sports car. The 1st Lamborghini SUV car will not cease to astonish you and you will be rewarded for your exclusive choice by the numberous envious stares of the on-lookers.
Drive to the Old Harbour and visit the amazing Aquarium of Genoa. This massive building houses a display of fresh water and marine fish. There are over 70 tanks to explore, containing sea life of every type, shape and size. Your next stop is the Lighthouse of Genoa, a tall structure towering above the city. It stands 76m high and offers panoramic views of the Harbour and the City. You can also see Medieval fortifications and stroll around the fascinating museum. For those interested in maritime travel, you can visit the Christopher Columbus House, a quaint 18th home which is a reconstruction of his childhood abode.
Scenic Drive to La Spezia
Drop the top, retract the rear window, hear the roar of the massive 5,2-Litre V10 engine and hit the pedal. The first leg of your journey is along the beautiful scenic A12 coastal road to La Spezia. Your supercar can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds and reaches top speeds of 324 km/h. Choose to drive in Strada, Sport or Corsa modes to suit your mood.
La Spezia is a seaport town with a rich maritime culture. Stop for brunch at a traditional café and try the region’s famous focaccia bread dipped in cappuccino! It is a Ligurian tradition and may take some getting used to. Just watch how the locals do it and you will soon be an expert!
Head to Parma
Your next trip is around 125 km and takes you inland along the A15 to Parma, a city known by food lovers the world over. Here you will find the renowned Prosciutto di Parma and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Take a tour of a local cheese factory to learn how cheese is made. Sample some of the local fare, paired with regional Lambrusco wines.
Parma is an enchanting city filled with ancient history. Visit the awe-inspiring Duomo, which takes up one entire side of the Piazza del Duomo . This Romanesque basilica dates from the 12th century and features a huge fresco of the Assumption of the Virgin. Don’t miss out on the beautiful early Christian floor mosaics. Also not to be missed is the Baptistery, next to the Cathedral - building started on this massive marble structure in 1196 and took a century to complete.
Make a Sensation in Modena
Modena is the last stop on your journey where you can spend the night. It lies in the Middle of the Italian Motor Valley – a car lover’s dream of car related museums, shows, exhibitions and racetracks. This stretch takes around one hour and will allow you to enjoy an open-air drive through breathtaking scenery.
Stop at the Ferrari Museum and join a guided tour. The ‘Under the Skin’ exhibition illustrates the story of Ferrari’s from early days to current times. See the ‘Rosso Infinito’ exhibition which celebrates the Prancing Horse’s 70-year story.
Food lovers will be thrilled to learn that Modena is famous for Balsamic Vinegar. Join a guided tour of a local factory. Learn how vinegar is made and tour the barrel rooms. Then enjoy a tasting paired with cheese, prosciutto, bread and off course - Lambrusco wine.
Spend the night at the classy Mercure Parma Stendhal, located in the Old Town. The rooms are elegantly furnished with wooden period furniture. Enjoy a scrumptious buffet breakfast before driving back to Genoa.