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The Best Driving Roads in Italy to Drive Exotic Foreign Cars

Best Driving Roads in Italy

If you are heading to Italy to rent one of the world’s best exotic foreign cars then it’s important that you know about where you can find some of the best driving roads in Italy.

Don’t waste your vacation driving on ordinary roads, if you can, make sure you take at least one road trip across these incredible Italian roadscapes that will stay on your vacation list forever.

Stelvio Pass

Stelvio's Pass

Located in the Eastern Alps of Italy, Stelvio Pass is probably one of the most famous road routes in the country. This is primarily because the road is the highest paved mountain pass in the region – and the second highest in the Alps. Voted as the “greatest driving road in the world” by motoring show Top Gear, Stelvio Pass is 9,045 feet high and bends and winds like you wouldn’t believe through the stunning mountainous landscape of Italy. Get ready for those sharp turns!

The Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast

Not only is the Amalfi Coast famous for being one of the most beautiful and rugged coastlines in all of Italy, but it’s also known for having one of the most stunning scenic drives in the country. Located on the southern part of the Sorrento Peninsula, the cliff-edged road takes in all of the region’s wonderful beaches and small villages, that are perfect for short stops and longer breaks. Enjoy the twists and turns, and the views, from your exotic luxury vehicle as you drive along the Amalfi Coast.

Chianti via Chiantigiana

Chianti, Italy

If you prefer driving on flat roads then the Chiantigiana road, also known as the “wine road” has to be the best choice in Italy. Located between the cities of Florence and Siena in the region of Tuscany, the route crosses the Chianti wine region passing through stunning hilltop villages, vineyards, and cypress tree groves. This route is great for speed freaks, although be sure to book up a few hotels for when you want to enjoy the local vineyards, who usually have some of the world’s best wine on offer, and check the local speed limits.

Great Dolomite Road

Great Dolomite Road

Located between Bolzano and Coritina d’Ampezzo, the Great Dolomite Road is a mountainous paved wonder that takes in the stunning peaks of the Dolomite mountains in the Alps. The fastest and most popular way to see this mountain range is by car rental and the route can be driven in just three hours, but most people choose to stop off at quaint mountain-side villages and towns along the way to get a real Italian experience. There’s no doubt that by driving along the Great Dolomite Road in your exotic foreign car that you will have some of the best views in Italy from one of the best cars in Italy. A perfect combination!

Via Aurelia

Via Aurelia

Take in the gorgeous and glamorous Italian Riviera along the Via Aurelia, a road that leads you through stunning beach resorts and beside the breathtaking natural beauty of this coastal region. Stop off in pretty Italian towns and villages if you need a break from looking at spectacular views of the ocean along the way. Be aware, however, that the road is a little narrow so always be looking out for potential traffic, although it’s in great condition for driving – perfect for your exotic foreign car.

Choose Kemwel for Your Next Foreign Car in Italy

In the event that you find a lower price on your exotic foreign car rental in Italy from any other major USA car rental operator, Kemwel guarantees to match that price and beat it by $10! Kemwel offers some of the best travel deals on everything from cheap car rentals to cozy hotels and more. Simply browse our rates online or give our friendly travel experts a call, toll-free at 1-877-820-0668.

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