Come Discover Tuscany! Rent A Luxury Car In Livorno
Our leading car rental company is very proud to propose you many fantastic luxury cars among the best brands on the market. Read the article below!
We offer a wide range of luxury cars among the best luxury brands present on the market. Our mission is to satisfy the needs of our special clients, so we will follow you in the rental process step by step and our professional operator will explain to you in details all the vehicle’s features. If you have further questions or requests, do not hesitate to ask. We are always at your disposal and you can reach us via phone, via mail or via WhatsApp. What are you waiting for? Rent a luxury car in Livorno and enjoy more your holidays in the Tuscany region!
Our special luxury cars:
As abovementioned we have a wide range of luxury cars so let’s start the list:
About Ferrari we have very exceptional models: Ferrari California Turbo, Portofino, 458 Spider, 488 Spider, GTC4 Lusso, F12 Berlinetta, 812 Superfast , Ferrari 488 Pista, Ferrari LaFerrari and Ferrari 458 Speciale.
Then, about Lamborghini we have the incredible Huracan Spyder, the Huracan Performante Spyder, the Aventador, the Aventador S and the newest luxury SUV Urus.
About McLaren we have the 650s Spider, the 570 Coupé and the 720s Coupé.
About Mercedes we propose you the Brabus GTS 600.
About Mercedes we have the V Class and the S Class Cabrio. Then, we have the Range Rover Vogue, a splendid 4×4.
About Maserati we can propose you two fantastic models: the Maserati Quattroporte and the Maserati Ghibli.
Lastly, we can offer you the most prestigious cars : the Rolls-Royce Wraith and the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
What’s in Livorno interesting to see?
Livorno is a splendid port city located on the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of Tuscany. There are many interesting sites to visit, let’s see together the main sights:
-“Venezia Nuova: In the 1700s Venezia Nuova was the district of the Consuls of the Nations and of the most important international retailers who had the warehouses filled with goods from everywhere waiting to be shipped by sea to the most different destinations. The palaces along the canals had the turrets from which to see the ships approaching the port, moreover they had the stores at the canal level to facilitate the unloading of the goods from the boats. The Venezia Nuova district retains much of its original town planning and architectural features such as the bridges, narrow lanes, the houses of the nobility, churches as Santa Caterina da Siena and San Ferdinando, and a dense network of canals that once served to link its warehouses to the port.
-Monumento dei quattro mori: dedicated to Ferdinando I de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, and is one of the most popular monuments of Livorno. Ferdinando I commissioned it to Giovanni Bandini in 1595 to carry out a monument in white Carrara marble to represent him in the uniform of the Grand master of the Order of Saint Stephen which in that period prevailed in several naval battles against the Barbary pirates. The monument was completed in 1599, shortly before the death of Bandini which occurred on 18 April,and arrived to Livorno by sea from Carrara in 1601.
-Acquedotto Leopoldino:The Acquedotto Leopoldino and the neoclassical cisterns of Livorno were part of a sophisticated scheme to provide water to Livorno.
-La Gran Conserva:La Gran Conserva, or Il Cisternone, situated on what were the outskirts of 19th-century Livorno, is the largest and best known of the city’s covered cisterns.
-Cisternino di città:Cisternino di città is an austere neoclassical design which was approved in 1837 and completed in 1848.
-Piazza della Repubblica: The square, adorned with 52 marble benches, 92 pillars and two statues dedicated to Ferdinand III by Francesco Pozzi was inaugurated on 8 September 1847 and that to Leopold II by Paolo Emilio Demi was installed on 6 June 1848. The statue of Leopoldo II was damaged by the crowd on 6 May 1849 and removed from the square because the Emperor was seen as the symbol of the Austrian domination; the statue was placed in Piazza XX Settembre in 1957.” said Wikipedia.
Where to stay and where to eat:
If you are planning your holidays here, you will surely like the five star Grand Hotel Palazzo Livorno. According to the official website: “The Grand Hotel Palazzo will transport you back in time to relive the beauty of real resorts from the Belle Epoque. Located on the old Via del Passeggio, just a stone’s throw from the legendary Mascagni Terrace, the hotel offers elegant rooms and suites with views of the Tuscan Archipelago, refined Italian and international cuisine and a spa for unforgettable moments of relaxation. Meeting areas, the rooftop Bar Marconi and the gym all add up to create one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.”
Inside the hotel there is a good restaurant. “Located on the top floor of the hotel with a charming sea view, the Mascagni Restaurant is the ideal setting in which to savor fine local and Italian dishes. Excellent produce and flair from our chef will leave you with great memories.”
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