Our most recommended Italy Vintage Cars
1. Rome Driving Tour By Vintage Fiat 500
Enjoy a panoramic 3-hour sightseeing tour of Rome from behind the wheel of an iconic vintage Fiat 500. Departing from a garage just meters from the Colosseum, you will set off in convoy to see many of the Eternal City’s most historic sights. But you are as much an attraction as the Roman Forum and narrow streets of Trastevere from the seat of your candy-colored car. Stop from time-to-time to take pictures of sites en route, such as the Arch of Constantine and Circus Maximus. See curious sights, such as the secret keyhole of Aventine Hill, and the charming Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta (Piazza of the Knights of Malta). Drive along the Lungotevere, following the banks of the River Tiber. And cross into Trastevere, where the tight streets are a breeze for vehicles as small as the Fiat 500! Your guide will give brief explanations in English or French, before you head off again, never going...
A must do when in Rome. Our tour guide Mimmo is the best! Took nice photos for us as well
2. 90-Minute Tour in Convoy in Vintage Fiat 500
What better way to surprise your partner for the holidays than with a unique vintage car tour in Rome? This exciting 90-minute tour in a chauffeured Vintage FIAT 500 is a perfect way to celebrate your Roman Holiday and discover amazing spots of the Eternal City. Begin the tour only 200 meters from the Colosseum, and get cozy in your vintage vehicle, while your chauffeur sets out for parts of Rome rarely visited by tourists. Admire the spectacular panorama of Rome from the Garden of Lovers on Aventine Hill, and peep through the famed keyhole of the quiet Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta. The last stop of the accelerated tour is to the Janiculum Hill, from where you can see the Pantheon, enjoy the view of the Pantheon, the Villa Medici, as well as the Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland).
3. Rome: 3-Hour Chauffeured Tour in a Vintage Fiat 500
Feel like Italian royalty on a private 3-hour tour of the ancient city of Rome. Your personal chauffeur will meet you a mere 200 meters from the Colosseum and take you to all of Rome’s most impressive historical sights. Take advantage of the compact size and soft-top roof of your Fiat 500 as you embark on your exclusive tour. Weave through the ancient streets of Rome to see the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine and Circus Maximus. Marvel at the secret keyhole of Aventine Hill and the charming Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta. Drive along the Lungotevere, following the banks of the River Tiber, and cross into the neighborhood of Trastevere, where the narrow cobblestone streets deter most cars – but not your Fiat 500! Stop for photos or absorb the splendor of the city while enjoying a cappuccino or two, whenever you feel like it; you are the boss. Throughout the tour, your guide will offer br...
This was one of the highlights of our trip! We first met Alvise, we could have talked to him all day. Then our tour guide, Michele, was so much fun and knowledgeable. We had coffee with Michelle and it was like a break with a good friend. Take this tour, you will not regret it!
4. Florence and Surroundings Vintage Fiat 500 Tour
Meet your beautifully restored vintage Fiat 500 at its home in a Florence garage, once the stables and coach house of a Florentine Palazzo. You will also meet your tour leader who will introduce you to the secrets of driving a car from the 1960's. Once you are confident with your Fiat 500, the tour begins. Following the tour leader, and in constant radio contact, you'll drive through the streets of Florence and in a short time, leave the city streets behind. You will take the cypress tree-lined avenue to climb high above the city for some amazing views. The first stop is at one of the oldest churches in Florence. There's time for a quick visit inside and a chance to take some great photos with you and your Fiat 500 with the wonderful backdrop of Florence. Then you'll set off for a panoramic drive into the hills with a radio commentary, along narrow stone walled lanes, past historic vil...
Alex was an amazing guide. The tour was fun, the views were amazing, the lunch was delicious, great tour.
5. Palermo: Vintage Fiat 500 Sightseeing Tour
After rendezvousing with your guide at the meeting point, you'll head to the Piazza Giuseppe Verdi, the seat of the Teatro Massimo and the third largest theater in Europe — as well as a filming location for the Godfather Part 3. From there, follow your guide to the "Cala", the oldest port of the city, before continuing to the characteristic "Ballarò" markets. Inside these markets you'll have time to buy some souvenirs before you make your way back to your car. Resume your drive and admire the beautiful Cathedral and Palazzo dei Normanni. During the journey, you'll have time to stop to take pictures from the small interior of the cars. Walk around the beautiful gardens of La Zisa, a 12th-century palace built towards the end of the Norman Kingdom. Then, stop at one of the oldest bars in Palermo, where you can sample cannoli or cassata, two of Palermo's most famous treats. Your experienc...
This is a brilliant tour to do around Palmermo and a must for anyone looking for something a little different and memorable. The cars are great and Salvo was an excellent guide taking us round to see the sights via the narrow streets of the city. Afterwards we enjoyed a quiet drive out to Mondello to enjoy the sights of this lovely seaside town. If you are comfortable driving with a manual gearbox then book this tour, you won’t regret it.
6. Classic Naples: Vespa Private Tour
Discover Naples from the seat of a vintage Vespa in the company of a friendly and experienced guide. Naples boasts the largest UNESCO-protected historic center in Europe, and on this 4-hour tour you will see many of the most emblematic monuments, navigating streets that larger vehicles can’t access. Discover vibrant areas, such as the narrow streets of Spaccanapoli and Via dei Tribunali. Admire the facade of Gesù Nuovo, enter the Church of Santa Chiara, and walk through the San Gregorio Armeno (the Christmas Alley). Visit the famous Veiled Christ inside Sansevero Chapel (closed on Tuesdays) and the macabre Church of Santa Maria delle Anime del Purgatorio ad Arco (closed on Sundays), guarded by 3 bronze skulls (entry tickets for these sites are not included). Admire the looming castle of Piazza del Municipio, and the entrance to the former public shooting gallery of the Galleria Umbert...
I had always wanted to tick off one thing from my bucket list and that was ride a Vespa in the city of Naples. NapolinVespa Tour made this happen and they pulled it off effortlessly. Vincenzo was my guide and what can I say? He made it very personable! We soaked in the city discussing culture, history and how these aspects shaped the city... I recommend you take this excursion if you are serious and willing to learn! The Vespa itself was beautiful and I managed to get the typical postcard picture of myself with the beautiful vista of Naples behind me.. I recommend that you don't hesitate and book this. It will be very memorable...
7. Florence Wine Tasting and Tuscan Lunch in a Vintage Fiat 500
Take a wine-tasting trip through rural Florence in a vintage Fiat 500, and cruise along winding country roads past Tuscany's famous vineyards. The tour begins with an introduction to the iconic Fiat 500. Acquaint yourself with driving the retro car before driving through Florence in a colorful convoy; often to spontaneous applause and waves from locals and tourists alike! Cruise through Florence's pretty streets, then head into the gorgeous Tuscan hills. Hop out of your Fiat 500 at a 15th century villa. Take a tour of the grounds and vineyards, and head to the villa's wine cellar for a thorough tasting of the vineyard's award-winning wines and olive oil accompanied by a light lunch of traditional Tuscan delicacies.
It’s a lot of fun. Driving the fiat cars was a unique experience, you feel safe and comfortable the entire time. Andrea is a local so he has tons of great information
8. Naples Half-Day Private Tour by Vintage Fiat 500 or 600
If you’ve heard the expression, "See Naples and Die", then this 5-hour panoramic tour will show you why, without the need for the last bit! You’ll be touring by vintage Fiat 500 or 600, some of the most iconic cars ever produced in Italy. Your driver will take you on a route that includes, but is not limited to, the Parco Virgiliano (entrance), the little fishing village of Marechiaro, and views of Nisida. You’ll nip down Via Petrarca and Via Orazio to see the sanctuary of Sant'Antonio a Posillipo, and the promenade of Largo Sermoneta. Other highlights include the Egg Castle (Castel dell'Ovo) and the harbor at Borgo Marinari. Admire handsome plazas, such as the squares of Trieste e Trento and Plebiscito and discover an unforgettable view on the Gulf of Naples from the terraces of the Certosa di San Martino (closed on Wednesdays - replaced on that day with fortress of Castel Sant'Elmo, ...
9. From Naples: Phlegraean Fields 5-Hour Fiat 500/600 Tour
The Phlegraean Fields, also known as Campi Flegrei, have enormous historical significance, impressive landscapes and Roman ruins which emerge from vast area of volcanic origin. Your guide, carefully selected from authorized tour guides, will give you the opportunity to visit Naples and its surroundings with them and they will be like a genial, polite, and knowledgeable friend. As they guide you along the chosen route, they will offer alternative ways to taste the rich traditions and enjoy the splendid views this beautiful land offers, all in a comfortable vintage Fiat 500 or Fiat 600, whose legend has accompanied Italian history since the 1950s. The Fiat 600 D is undoubtedly the symbol of the economic growth of the 1960s. Designed by engineer Dante Giacosa, the Fiat 600 is a little jewel of a car with a popular place in Italian history. Fiat 600 and Fiat 500 are very classic cars and w...
10. Amalfi Coast: Photo Tour with a Vintage Fiat 500
Create special memories of your vacation on the Amalfi Coast with a photo tour that includes stops along the cliffside village of Positano. Have the famous pyramid of colored houses and the blue of the sea as the perfect backdrop for your photos. Continue towards Amalfi, the pearl of the coast and once the Maritime Republic. Pose to your heart’s content around St. Andrew's Cathedral, a beautiful 11th-century church. Next, get to Ravello, also called "the city of music", a scenic place where many composers came to find the perfect inspiration. It's a wonderful village with medieval streets, paths, villas, and gardens. End the memorable day with lots of photos to take home with you.
As cliché as it may sound, no trip to Italy is complete without a stop in Rome. So much of not only Italy's history but that of the world can be traced to ancient Rome. Get a feel for the way the emperor's lived and see the famous Colosseum. Christians and non-Christians alike visit the Vatican to see St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel while hoping to get glimpse of the Pope himself.
The city of Venice was designed to face the water, not the streets of the city. Some of the best views of Venice are from the sea. However, no one should go to Venice without traversing the city in a gondola. Inland from Venice to the north and to the west are Milan and Florence.
Milan is the largest city in Italy and is full of bustling, big city atmosphere, but there is one must-see attraction there. The church of Santa Maria della Grazie has on display what may be the greatest painting of the Renaissance – The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.
Florence is famous for the part it played in starting the Renaissance period and has been home to Michelangelo's David for over 500 years.
Italy is rich in history, art, and architecture. You can visit Roman ruins, get your fill of Renaissance art, stay in small medieval towns, go skiing in the Alps, discover the canals of Venice and be awed by beautiful churches.
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