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Ultime Drive From Verona to Modena

By Scott Jawns

From Verona to Motor Valley

Soak up the atmosphere of Shakespeare’s Verona and then set off on a road trip to Maranello in the heart of the Italian Motor Valley. Your trip is around 120km, filled with the beautiful scenic landscapes of northern Italy. Your wheels are the luxurious Audi RS7 – a super stylish sedan with a heart built for the racetrack. Relax in superior comfort and enjoy the concept of Audi’s slogan - Vorsprung durch Technik, Being Ahead through Technology.

However, if you are a true fan of Italian cars, let us recommend you the rental of a Ferrari Portofino, a Maserati GranCabrio or what about a Maserati GranTurismo?

VIP Greet & Meet Services

When your flight lands at Valerio Catullo Airport, step off and head for the VIP lounge. Relax and enjoy your first cup of espresso in Italy! Worrying about car rental logistics is not something you do. Your stylish Audi RS7 will be delivered to you – wherever you want. Our Meet and Greet Team can find you at the Airport, at your hotel, a restaurant of your choice or at a well known tourist spot. We fit in with your plans no matter where or when. Our professional driver will ensure that you are fully up to speed with the technology of the car before leaving and you can always call us at any time during your trip.

Exploring Verona

Verona is a stunning ancient city with a Medieval Old Town built around the meandering River Adige. Book into the exclusive Escalus Luxury Suites, perfect for those seeking elegance, sublime attention to detail and a refined welcome. After settling in, take a drive to see Juliet's House. This Gothic-style 1300s house and museum with a stone balcony, is thought to have inspired Shakespeare’s iconic tale of two star-crossed lovers.

Then get a bird’s eye view from the Torre dei Lamberti. This Medieval bell-tower is Verona's tallest tower. It was built by the Lamberti family in 1172 and offers panoramic views. Park your Audi RS7 where passer’s by can admire it and take a stroll along the Castelvecchio Bridge. It was built in the 14th century from brick and marble and is known for its massive arches. After being damaged in World War II, it has been reconstructed.

Drive to the Italian Motor Valley

Enjoy your rented Ferrari Portofino on a drive to Maranello. This beautiful convertible is a treat to the eyes. It is powered by a twin-turbo 3.9-Litre V-8, a performance-tuned 8-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive. Rocket from 0 to 100km in just 3.3 seconds! The interior is luxurious with sports seats and racy trims. Driver assist features include Automated Emergency Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control.

Your first stop is the city of Modena, home to the iconic Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati brands. Take a tour of the Enzo Ferrari Museum which has exhibits on the life and work of this famous car designer. See his childhood home and then admire iconic models in the futuristic style building.

Music lovers must visit the Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti, a Museum dedicated to the Italian opera star. Stroll around and see costumes, photographs and mementos.

Stop for a bite at Ermes, a traditional tavern-style restaurant that only offers lunches. There is always a queue at the door and you may have to share a table with a large friendly local family – all part of the authentic Italian experience.

Visit Maranello

A short drive after lunch takes you to Maranello, home of the Ferrari Formula One racing team. Visit the Ferrari Museum and take a spin in the Formula One simulator. If you are up to it, you can even take a drive in a Ferrari 458 Speciale model with a professional instructor.

Your next stop is the Enzo Ferrari Museum where you will learn all about the history of the car and car maker. See the house and workshop that belonged to Enzo Ferrari's father. Then explore the futuristic new building that showcases a permanent exhibition displaying some of the most noteworthy Ferrari’s automobiles, from rare 1950 models to Formula One race cars.

This region is known for its food, most notably the world famous Balsamic Vinegar, Lambrusco Wine and Prosciutto. Relax at a small traditional pavement café, order a plate of the day’s specials and watch the people passing by.

The Ferrari Prancing Horse

Car enthusiasts have to stop at the Ferrari Prancing Horse Monument and snap a selfie to show off on social media. This massive statue of the iconic horse is made of stainless steel, stands 5m high and weighs 800 kilograms. Enjoy a drive back to Verona in your Ferrari Portofino, after a day filled with wonderful car memories.

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