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...It was amazing and exhilarating! I could feel the power in my hands while driving the car! It was like being in control of a beautiful and powerful beast.
The car was delivered directly to the hotel I was staying in and it looked really fantastic up close!
Should you rent a Ferrari in Rome, then this city is one of the best places to drive. We at Apex Luxury Car Hire have an easy method so you can see the sights straight away.
Rome is the Capital city of Italy, with just under 3 million inhabitants and has an enormous and fantastic range of art pieces, sculptures, frescoes and fountains for you to enjoy.
Legend has it that 'The Eternal City' was created when a She-wolf suckled the boy twins Romulus and Remus. The phrase Rome itself stems from the Etruscan word 'ruma' that means teat. When the twins were truly grown up they began to build Rome.
Rome is said to be one of the birthplaces of Western civilisation itself. Try our Ferrari rental Rome today and see all these marvels for yourself.
Rome was one of the leading cities of the Italian Renaissance and contains several of the most renowned buildings including St Peter's Basilica, Michelangelo's the Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum. The Colosseum has recently been properly listed as one of the Wonders of the World.
Partake in Ferrari hire Rome and you certainly wont be disappointed.
But Rome just isn't about the past, because there is plenty of the modern to discover. The National Gallery of Modern Art with work by artists such as Di Chirico, Cezanne and Kandinsky are all freely available to visit.
Maybe the reason for your stay in Rome is company travel or a family holiday - hire a Ferrari in Rome with Apex Luxury Car Hire and you will not be disappointed!
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