Eat, sleep, pray, love. The city of Madrid encourages all these critical facets of human experience, perhaps with the emphasis on ‘Eat’.
Whilst there any many beautiful hotels that offer luxurious suites ensuring a rested night’s sleep, there are ornate and grand cathedrals where the pious may devote their eternal selves, there is always romance to be had under the midnight sky along the lake of Retiro park. Yet, eating in Madrid is another matter, satiating body, mind and soul all at once.
Rent a Ferrari from Madrid Airport to address the elements of life.
Drive a 4 Seater Ferrari
In the car most passionate about life, hire the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, a great grand tourer for four. Fast and formidable, it always maintains an appetite for the road. You will appreciate its precise steering and its well-tuned suspensions that provide for a most comfortable ride.
First stop ought to be Le Cabrera, a central location for its cuisine and the long list of cocktails whose ingredients read like a roll call for a good time. The ambience is filled with an amusing décor, a mixture of classic and modern with a vast collection of vintage books and random quaint paraphernalia.
Book the Ferrari Portofino, flirtatious and audacious, this four-seater convertible is pure fun to drive along Cava Baja Street, where some of Madrid’s best restaurants can be found.
Top Ferrari Supercars
Whilst the Ferrari 488 GTB drives with ambition imbued into its core, boasting the extreme performance of a supercar as Ferrari’s first hybrid production. Make your destination L’Hardy for its award winning culinary excellence, the home of where many iconic spanish dishes developed their reputation. Enjoy a Gallinejas and Entresijos for an assortment of lamb fried cuts or Oreja de Cerdo a plate of pigs ears fried in garlic.
Among our special cars, you might be tempted by the rental of a mighty Ferrari 812 Superfast powered by a 6.5 liter V12 engine.
From Madrid Airport rent a Ferrari for in the wise words of Virginia Woolf “one can not think well, live well or love well, if one has not dined well”.