Are you ready for an unforgettable driving experience in Italy? From exploring ancient Roman ruins to driving through the breathtaking Tuscan countryside, we offer a variety of guided Sports Car Tours in Italy to suit your interests. Book now and embark on a journey through this beautiful country and experience “la dolce vita” first hand.
Sports car tour Alpine passes: Switzerland – Italy – Austria
Cross the most famous Alpine passes in Switzerland, Italy and Austria in your sports car.
Enjoy breathtaking mountain landscapes and alpine gastronomy before continuing on to discover the northern Italian lakes Lago d’Iseo and Lake Garda, including a boat tour and a tour of the RIVA boatyard.
Our experienced instructors will accompany you on our guided sports car alpine tour!
Ferrari Driving Experience Italy
Ferrari is an iconic sports car brand with a rich history, and driving a Ferrari in Italy is an experience like no other. Italy is the birthplace of Ferrari and is home to the company’s headquarters, the Ferrari Museum and the Autodromo di Modena, a race track where you can test drive a Ferrari.
If you’re more interested in a leisurely drive, take a test drive in a Ferrari on the roads around Maranello, the home of Ferrari.
Classic Car Tour on Lake Garda
An alternative to a sports car tour in a modern vehicle: drive along Lake Garda, through Trentino and Lombardy in real classics!
Visit local agriturismo, taste the highest quality Italian products directly from the producers, enjoy genuine Italian cuisine and cruise across Lake Garda on a yacht, speedboat or RIVA boat.
La Dolce Vita al Lago di Garda – unforgettable!
Here are some suggestions for an extended tour of Italy:
- Start your journey in Rome and drive into the picturesque Tuscan countryside. On the way, you can visit the medieval town of Montepulciano and taste the famous Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
- You will then travel to the Chianti region and explore the picturesque towns of Radda, Gaiole and Castellina in Chianti. Enjoy wine tastings and traditional Tuscan cuisine.
- Travel to the Umbrian town of Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis, and visit the Basilica of San Francesco.
- Continue to the Emilia-Romagna region, which is known for its delicious food and wine. Visit the city of Parma and taste the famous Parma ham and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
- Head to the stunning Cinque Terre, a series of five picturesque coastal villages located on the Italian Riviera. Take a boat tour and hike along the cliff paths to enjoy breathtaking views.
- Travel to the Tuscan Val d’Orcia and visit the charming towns of Pienza and Montalcino. Taste the famous Brunello di Montalcino, the wine of the region.
- Visit the city of Florence and see the famous cathedral and other Renaissance buildings. Take a walk along the Arno and try a gelato in one of the city’s many gelaterias.
- Travel to the Italian lake region and visit Lake Como, Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. Take a boat tour and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
- Drive into the Dolomites and over the picturesque Stelvio Pass, one of the most famous mountain passes in Europe. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Italian Alps.
- End your trip in Milan and visit the famous Gothic Duomo cathedral. Explore the city’s fashion and designer districts and enjoy an aperitivo, the Italian happy hour.
Along the way, be sure to sample the famous Italian cuisine, including pizza, pasta, gelato and regional specialties. And don’t forget to try the country’s delicious olive oil! There is so much to see and do that a tour of Italy will be an unforgettable experience.
With its breathtaking landscapes, winding roads and historic cities, Italy is an ideal destination for a sports car trip.
Further suggestions for an unforgettable road trip in Italy:
The road that winds its way up Mount Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in Europe, is a must for any sports car enthusiast. Starting from the town of Nicolosi, the route leads through lava fields, forests and ancient craters.
Driving the Tuscan hills
Tuscany is home to some of Italy’s most scenic roads, with rolling hills, vineyards and medieval towns. Start your tour in Florence and drive through the Chianti region to reach Siena, San Gimignano and other historic centers.
Great Dolomites Road
The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offer some of the most spectacular scenery in Italy. The Great Dolomite Road, which connects Bolzano and Cortina d’Ampezzo, is a dream road for sports car drivers with its hairpin bends and breathtaking views.
If you don’t have time for a long road trip, there are plenty of options for day trips. For example, you can hire a sports car in Rome and drive to Vittorio Emanuele, a charming town in the Lazio region. Or you can explore the historic centers of Florence, Siena or Pisa in style.
Wherever you go in Italy, take your time and enjoy the journey. With its breathtaking landscapes, rich history and delicious cuisine, Italy is a country that rewards slow travel and exploration.