Rent an Alfa Romeo Stelvio in Altamura
Italy Luxury Car Hire is proud to propose you a truly italian SUV. Enjoy your holidays on board the Alfa Romeo Stelvio!
If you are planning your summer holidays in the Apulia region, you cannot miss the chance to visit Altamura on board the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. Style and comfort are ensured!
We can deliver the SUV straight to your arrival at the airport or to your house/hotel. Then, our professional operator will answer all your questions and he will also explain to you all the vehicle’s features. Obviously, if you have any particular request, do not hesitate to ask. We are at your disposal to make everything perfect for you. Are you still thinking? Hurry to rent an Alfa Romeo Stelvio in Altamura, you will enjoy more your journey!
Something about the SUV:
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is majestic and overwhelming, with a sloping terrain and hairpin curves that challenge even the most courageous of drivers. What about technology? Destined to enhance the over-all driving experience, every part of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is crafted to perfection. With an ascertained blend of inventive innovation, advanced engineering and an intense engine, this exceptional SUV is set up to take you wherever you want to go. To get a quick grasp on the circumstance, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio is furnished with a profoundly intuitive 7-inch TFT cluster that is completely dedicated to the driver’s needs. With a sporty design and extensive color display, imperative controls, including driving, security, telephone, outing and vehicle data, are always within hands reach.
But let’s now say something about the engine… an essential point for those who love adventure: the Alfa Romeo Stelvio features a 2.0 liter Direct Injection with intercooled Turbo Engine, with a top speed of 144 mph. The 8-speed automatic transmission with its adaptive shift technology delivers a perfect balance between pleasure and fuel economy. We rent it at a starting price of 400 Euros per day.
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What’s in Altamura interesting to see?
If you are in the Apulia region, you must visit Altamura. It is a beautiful city in southern Italy, well known for the high quality of the bread called “Pane di Altamura”. Moreover, there is a lot of history in every corner. Suffice it to say that in 1993 in a limestone cave nearby the city, called grotta di Lamalunga, was found the “Altamura Man”( a fossil of the genus Homo).
Let’s put a focus on the main sights interesting to visit. According to Wikipedia: “Altamura’s main landmark is the Romanesque cathedral, begun in 1232 by Frederick II and restored in 1330 and 1521–47. It is one of the four Palatine churches of Apulia, the others being the cathedral of Acquaviva delle Fonti, the Basilica of San Nicola in Bari and the church of Monte Sant’Angelo sul Gargano. The construction is influenced by that of Bari, but also with strong Gothic influences typical of the time of Frederick II. The orientation of the construction was probably changed during the 14th century restoration, to which also belongs the northern portal opening on the square; a second bell tower, the altar area and the sacristy are instead from the 16th century. Externally, the main features are the rose window, with 15 small columns radially intermingling, and the Gothic portal, set into the entrance portico standing on two stone lions. On the arch of portals are sculpted 22 panels with scenes from Jesus’ life. The interior, with a nave and two aisles, has stone presepe by Altobello Persio (1587). The medieval walls, erected by Frederick II, rest upon the megalithic walls of an ancient city of unknown name. These early walls are of rough blocks of stone without mortar. Ancient tombs with fragments of vases and terracottas have also been found, of which there is a collection at the Museo Archeologico Statale di Altamura. There are caves which have been used as primitive tombs or dwellings, and a group of some fifty tumuli near Altamura. Some thirty thousand dinosaur footprints were recently discovered in Altamura’s territory “contrada Pontrelli”, making it a major site for the study of dinosaurs.”
If you are searching a place to sojourn, we suggest you the “Hotel San Nicola”, which is located in the central area. So, thanks to its position, you can easily visit the center of town. But if you move outside the town you can find a luxurious homestead: “Tenuta la Vallonea”, which is surrounded by greenery, in the park of the altamurgy. It represents one of the structures that characterize the territory.
A good restaurant is located inside the “Tenuta la Vallonea”, which represents the crown jewel of the structure. There you can find high quality, fresh local products and a very skilful staff which are a unique mix for a special result.
Another good restaurant is “Osteria Tre Torri”, which offers a simple but at the same time refined cuisine, where tradition is mixed with innovation. In fact, the restaurant offers traditional dishes along with new culinary creations, in total respect of the Apulian gastronomic tradition.
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