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Italy MPV's and Minibuses Rentals

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What could honestly be said about Italy that hasn’t been said a hundred times before? Italy is everything a great holiday needs. Wonderful weather, even more wonderful people, scrumptious food, heaven sent beaches, world-renowned architecture and let’s not forget the history! No trip around the world is complete without eating gelato in Rome and watching the world go by. Italy is truly a unique place and without a doubt one of the world’s favorites. You can hang out in the mountains or you can lay by the beach. Italy provides it all and has the roads that make it worthwhile. Spend a few weeks in Italy and you’ll certainly not discover everything – but you’ll have the lust to travel back again!

Minibus hire Italy has recently been added to the services provided by MPV Rentals, the response has been good with a high demand for multi-seater cars that will seat 7,9,10,12 or 14 passengers, so please book well in advance.

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Recommended car drives in Italy

No trip to Italy is complete without seeing Rome. They say all roads lead to Rome, maybe it’s because it’s the perfect place for your holiday and you should always slowly be heading towards it. The remnants of the former Roman empire make this city truly delightful. Get lost in little back alleys on your way to see the holy Vatican City. Grab a slice of pizza in front of the Colosseum or the Trevi Fountain and reflect on a life long past. It is no question why Rome’s city center is one of the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Well, this isn’t exactly the best place to drive your car around in, but you can certainly leave your car behind for a bit at Europe’s largest car park and still get to enjoy it. Venice is truly a unique city full of wonderful romantic charm that is slowly deteriorating over time. See the Bell tower of St. Mark, Jewish Ghetto of Venice and much more. Piazza San Marco is one of the most famous sights in all of Venice, as is the Museums of St. Mark’s Square. If you want to relax and eat, you want to get a history lesson, or you just want to explore – Venice has it all for you.

Venice to Montecatini Terme:
The trip Tuscany is a great road trip for eating and drinking. This 3-hour journey provides great scenery as you twist and turn through beautiful scenery and tasty wine country. Tuscany is well known around the world for having a combination of great flavors and food, so why not just make the journey? Drinking and driving is illegal in Italy, which is okay because there are plenty of campgrounds along the way. Montecatini Terme has a history dating back before the 14th century when it was just a place used for nomadic hunters. Now it is a beautiful city with so much to offer, see for yourself!

The Amalfi Coast Drive:
One of the most stunning drives in the country even has the Italians drop their jaws at the beauty. If you take this far enough, you’ll find up along the coast to Naples or Rome. While making the drive, head to Baia Dominza Camping Village and spend the night. With it’s warm summer waters and relaxing winters, any time is a good season to make the drive. Every kilometer of this drive provides something astounding. With a drive so rich in history, why not just do it?

Best time to visit Italy

The weather is so unpredictable it is hard to say, it is really a year round destination and always some activity that can be indulged in the rain , snow or sun.

Driving in Italy

Driving in Italy’s busy streets is nerve racking, that’s for sure. However, outside the city you’ll find very little difficulty. Italian drivers love to go fast, hence why for some it may seem daunting. Just go with the flow and you’ll be fine. All roads have speed limits, even if they aren’t posted [which is common] so be aware that you can still be ticketed. Ignorance isn’t bliss in Italy.
The Autostrada (type A) has a speed limit of 110 km/h while urban roads have a speed limit of around 50km/h. Urban highways have a speed limit of 70km/h.

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