RENTAL CARSAN REMO
The Highway of Flowers allows visitors in San Remo to easily travel in and out of the city. Hop in your rental car and cruise on over to Genoa. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the largest aquarium in Italy, or sample some of Genoa's famous pesto and focaccia. While you're on the road, stop to explore the Roman ruins in Ventimiglia. Or, if you are looking to stay put, there are plenty of things to do and see with your rental car right in San Remo. The historic medieval center of La Pigna offers a lovely peek into San Remo's past. A walk through the center will lead you to the breathtaking Madonna della Costa, a gorgeous 17th century sanctuary atop the hillock. If you are looking for something a little more exciting, check out the San Remo Casino. Don't leave without a visit to the market held at the Piazza Eroi Sanremesi, where you can sample delicious locally made olive oil and bread.
the region of Liguria. In comparison to the Ligurian capital, Genoa, which is only a two hour drive away via A10/E80, San Remo offers a more quiet, off-the-beaten-path vacation.
While its coastal location makes this city a pleasure to visit, there are other reasons why visiting San Remo by car is something everyone should do once in their life.
San Remo is an art haven, and because the city's long line of artistic movements is so extensive (dating back to the Middle Ages and extending into the 19th and early 20th centuries) it's best to travel by car to ensure you see the best of the best, without wasting any time.
You'll want to tour the Medieval neighbourhood of La Pigna, and then drive along Corso degli Inglesi and Via Galileo Galilei to see neighbourhoods rich in art nouveau.
Afterwards, park your car and spend some time in the city center. You can visit the famous San Remo Casino, a century-old casino that holds a prominent place in the gambling world, or take a stroll down Via Palazzo or Via Giacomo Matteotti for shopping, dining, and people-watching.
It's also good to take advantage of having a rental car and visiting the inland areas of San Remo. Take the Strada Statale 1 via Aurelia and Str. Armea, and for 10 km drive into Bussana Vecchia (Old Bussana). Bussana Vecchia was once destroyed by a devastating earthquake, and today, travelers drive and visit the hauntingly beautiful ruins of this ghost town.
Driving along Autostrada dei Fiori (Highway of Flowers) is a must if you plan to make the short, one hour journey to Nice, France. Along the Highway of Flowers, you'll experience the epitome of the Italian-Mediterranean coastline as you make your way into the French Riviera. Driving along Autostrada dei Fiori is an experience of a lifetime, and renting a car makes it easier to see what this experience is all about.
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