private transfers in ItalyPrivate car transfers

If driving it's not for you, we can help you tailor a car-free multi-centre holiday including private transfers and chauffeur private excursions.

ExpertoItaly partner with only tested and selected drivers, many of whom speak English, and can arrange private car transfers in all parts of the Italy for any group size.

 

 

 

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Car hire

A self-drive holiday gives you the opportunity to explore further afield, it's no secret Italy offers some of the world's best coastal, country and mountain sceneries.

We can help you plan multi-centre holidays including the famous drives like Amalfi or the Stelvio Pass but also off the beaten track itineraries exploring hidden towns and villages.

We can provide different styles of cars to suit your requirements, from a small compact car to a 7 seater minibus and specialist cars on request.

Car Hire Excess Insurance

For your piece of mind, our car rentals are all included of Super Damage Excess Waiver (SDEW).

Additional Extras

Extra driver, child seats, Sat Nav and car delivered to your hotel are pre-booked but paid locally.

Age Requirements

The minimum age to drive in Italy is 18 years old. In order to rent a car in Italy, you must have held your driver's licence for a minimum of 1 year. Drivers under the age of 25 may be subject to a young driver surcharge.

Italian roads

There are two types of main roads – the ‘Autostrada’ (motorway) and the ‘Superstrada’ (state roads).

Autostrada (A)

Italy was the first country in the world to build fast roads dedicated to cars, the first being The Milano-Laghi motorway in 1921 connecting Milano to Varese. Today the motorway network is about 6800km and you must take a ticket to access it, and pay when you exit. You can calculate the cost of your journey on Autostrade.it. Green signs indicate the road is an autostrada and the standard speed limit is 130 km/h (81 mph).

Strada Statale (SS)

The Strada Statale, more commonly known as SuperStrada, is a dual carriageway and it's always toll-free. Blue signs indicate the road is a Strada Statale and the standard speed limit is 90 km/h (56 mph).


Don’t miss the Autogrill

You will find rest areas every 30 to 50 kilometres along the Autostrada, these are not just an old boring highway rest stop but full-fledged restaurants and bars where you can have tasty hot dishes, wonderful sandwiches and great coffee. You can also buy attractive souvenirs and all sort of useful things.