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driving a Porsche 911 GT2 RS from Venice to Modena

By Scott Jawns

Test your driving skills in an exotic supercar

Sailing along the canals of Venice in a gondola makes for the perfect romantic holiday! Enjoy the soft lyrical tunes that the musicians play as you sip champagne and glide past the ancient waterfront buildings.

When you have had enough of sailing, step into your exotic rental and head for Modena on a two hour road trip that will leave you breathless. Your car is a sensational Porsche 911 GT2 RS – the most expensive and fastest model in the 911 range. This racetrack model is powered by a 700bhp water-cooled twin-turbocharged flat-six engine and accelerates from 0 to 100km/h in just 2.8 seconds. The new design of the RS offers a consistent lightweight construction down to the finest detail – the result – unsurpassed speed for the ultimate adrenaline rush.

Your trip is a distance of around 195km and takes you through the ancient city or Padua, on to Bologna and ends in Modena. Modena lies in the heart of the Italian Motor Valley and offers a thrilling insight into the iconic brands of Lamborghini, Ferrari and Maserati.

Let us deliver your Porsche 911 GT2 RS to your hotel

Create a sensation when our Meet and Greet Team arrive at your hotel with your shiny red Porsche 911 GT2 RS. You are sure to be the centre of attention as you step inside and rev the engine. Our exclusive service will deliver your dream car to any venue you choose. We never expect you to come to us, stand in queues or fill in reams of paperwork. Simply give us a time and place and we will make all the arrangements.

Start your trip with a drive to Padua

Head out of Venice on the A4 towards Padua, a distance of around 40km. Your Porsche 911 GT2 RS can reach top speeds of 350km/h, so be prepared for a spine-tingling experience as you listen to the roar of the exhausts.

Padua is an ancient city known for its lovely Piazza dei Signori, a scenic square with an iconic clock tower. You can also visit the beautiful Orto botanico di Padova. These are the world's oldest botanical gardens, founded in 1545 by Benedictine monks and feature over 3,500 species.

Continue your drive to Bologna for a late lunch

Continue in your high-performance car to Bologna, a trip of around one and a half hours. This road gives you the opportunity to experience the superb control and dynamic response of a supercar.

Bologna is a charming ancient city filled with Medieval style architecture. It is also the heart of Italian food, setting the scene for world class produce and speciality dishes that are copied the world over. Enjoy lunch at the Trattoria Bertozzi, a short distance outside the city.
Try the famous gramigna, a type of hollow, corkscrew macaroni, smothered in fragrant saffron, parmesan cream, crispy guanciale and zucchini.

Then enjoy a visit to the Basilica di San Petronio, a huge Gothic church with 22 chapels. Drive to the famous Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza del Nettuno. This massive bronze figure of Neptune, God of the Sea, was created in 1567 and stands in the water, surrounded by beautiful mermaids.

Visit the Museo Ducati

Being a car enthusiast, you must stop in at the Museo Ducati. It has an amazing collection of racing motorcycles, equipment and rare racing memorabilia. Join a guided tour to learn more about this world famous brand.

Head to Modena for more motor car thrills

Drive to Modena in the heart of the Italian Motor Valley. Stop at the famous Museo Casa Ferrari. This futuristic building can be spotted by the iconic yellow colour that features as the background of the Prancing Horse logo. Learn all about Enzo Ferrari and his passion for cars. The amazing exhibitions cover the history and modern times of this famous brand. You can walk through Enzo’s house and see some of the rooms. Then take a stroll around the 2500 square metre pavilion. A spectacular audio-visual show that uses 19 projectors will wow as you get immersed in the story of Ferrari.

Maranello is the home of the world famous Ferrari Factory

Now that you are familiar with the brutal power of your Porsche 911 GT2 RS, you may want to drive on for another half hour trip to Maranello. Here you will find the world famous Ferrari Factory. At the entrance stands the massive silver Stainless Steel Prancing Horse Monument. This statue is 5m tall and weighs 800 kilos. Take a guided tour around the factory to learn more about this iconic brand.

Drive back to Modena and spend a luxurious night at the exclusive
Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni. It is located within an 18th century palace and offers elegant surroundings and antique furnishings. Drive back to Venice in the morning in your exotic Porsche 911 GT2 RS.

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