From Rome to Monte Livata Transfers

If you want to go skiing near Rome during winter months and have just a day or weekend to spend, you can easily book private vehicle transfers from/to Rome from/to Monte Livata from our NCC company.

The Roman mount, that belongs to the chain of the Simbruini Mountains, has an average height of 1400 meters above mean sea level. Very appreciated by Nordic, back-country and cross-country skiing enthusiasts, the area of Monte Livata offers spectacular snowy sceneries, at just a few km from the capital city. The starting point with a Transfers Rome private car is chosen by the client at the time of booking and can be Termini Station, Fiumicino Airport, Civitavecchia Port, your hotel or any other place in Rome and surroundings. The ski resorts of Monte Livata are at about one and a half hours from the center of the Urbe.

During the journey it is possible to have a short break in Subiaco, a characteristic medieval borough in the high Aniene Valley, famous for having hosted the first monastery founded by Benedict of Nursia. After the break, the driver of our NCC company will accompany you near the slopes of Monte Livata. In Campo dell’Osso you’ll find the Nordic skiing tracks for classic and free technique, while in the Cesone area there is a sled resort, ideal for spending a fun day in the snow with your friends or all of your family.

Transfers Rome also puts at your disposal minivans and minibuses. To know more about the prices of the transfers from Rome to Monte Livata and return, please feel free to contact us.

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Rome to San Gimignano Transfers

Transfers Rome offers you the option to easily reach in a few hours the beautiful medieval village of San Gimignano, in the province of Siena. The transfer will take place on a chauffeur driven luxury car taken from our selection of vehicles, starting from the airport, hotel or any other place in Rome until you arrive at destination. The journey will take about 3 hours, during which there will be a stop in an autogrill motorway café for a coffee break. You’ll travel along the Autostrada del Sole (A1), the longest Italian route, that connects Milan with Naples, passing through some of the most important cities of our peninsula. In particular, you’ll travel along the section that connects Rome with Florence. Going through the green roman countryside, the evocative hills of Lazio and the florid Valle del Tevere you’ll arrive in Umbria. Here, from the windscreen of your private car, you’ll be able to admire the ancient medieval cities of Orte and Orvieto, perched on high rocks. The strategic position and the defensive walls, that still today surround many old town centers, are some distinctive traits of Italian cities built in the past. You’ll explore the heart of Tuscany, letting yourself be fascinated by the beautiful flowery landscapes of the Valdichiana. You’ll be able to see the city of Chiusi, renowned for its Etruscan origin, Siena, world famous for its compelling Palio delle Contrade, Colle di Val d’Elsa, perched on a high hillrock and famous for the production of crystal. Finally you’ll reach San Gimignano, known as the “Medieval Manhattan” for its fifteen high medieval towers, rare and precious witnesses of Italian history.

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Rome to Verona Transfer

Transfers Rome offers you the choice to quickly and comfortably reach the city of Verona, leaving from any part of Rome (airport, hotel, Civitavecchia port, other points of interest).
Verona is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, rich of museums, historical palaces and monuments. The most famous are: Juliet’s House, with the romantic balcony where the lover of Shakespeare’s tragedy pronounced loving words for her Romeo, and the Arena, the stunning Roman amphitheater that every year hosts the Opera Festival and many other musical and theatrical shows. To reach this enchanting tourist destination you’ll travel on a luxury car from our selection driven by a private chauffeur. You’ll travel on the Autostrada A1 from Rome to Bologna, then you’ll carry on toward Modena and at the end you’ll move on the A4 in the direction of Verona. The transfer will take about 5 hours; during the journey there will be at least a stop in an autogrill for a coffee break. The travel by car will let you admire the fantastic landscapes offered by the Italian regions: the hills of Lazio, the gentle hills of Tuscany, the heights of Umbria, where beautiful places stand, like Orvieto. You’ll find yourself immersed in the nature of the Valdarno, then you’ll pass the Appennini and you’ll be able to see in the distance the city of Bologna. Admiring the green lands of Emilia Romagna, you’ll quickly touch Lombardy, passing near Mantova, another splendid Italian location.
Finally with the private car of our NCC company you’ll arrive in Verona, in the region of Veneto. The Transfers Rome driver will be at your complete disposal to take you wherever you want.

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Hotel Transfers

Hotel Transfers allows our clients to arrive at, or move from, the hotel or apartment they have reserved in Rome in a safe, comfortable and speedy manner. Your arrival at your accommodation in Rome, whether in the center or the outskirts, will be accomplished swiftly, easily and in private.  Our cars are equipped with all comforts (air conditioning, bar fridge, etc) and will satisfy your every need when traveling alone or with friends, family or work colleagues.

Just contact us and book the hotel transfer service, and our drivers will be waiting for you at the location of your choice. You will not have the inconvenience of waiting until there is an available taxi, or looking for a bus, or having to worry about carrying your luggage around the city with you. You will have the certainty of knowing that a professional and trustworthy driver will be waiting for you at your designated spot.

You will be able to identify your chauffeur immediately as he will have a sign with your name on it. He will be happy to help you with your luggage and take you to your accommodation. The transfer will be straightforward and enjoyable and as you travel to your destination you can admire the city and the splendid landmarks in Rome, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You can also enjoy the view without worrying about the meter ticking. You will be happy that you have chosen a quality service aimed at making your trip unforgettable.

When you wish to leave your hotel to eat, attend a business meeting, go shopping in the center, visit a museum, or to leave Rome at the end of your stay, just call and reserve your new transfer. Our drivers will let you know when they have arrived at the hotel reception or will call you on your cell phone if you are staying in an apartment. To guarantee a more efficient service, we advise you to provide all of your contact details and to keep to the times that were agreed on at the time of reservation. Our drivers will always be aware of delays, problems, or train or air strikes once they have been announced.

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Rome to Venice Transfer

Venice is easily reached by car. Starting from Rome and traveling on the highway takes about five hours, in the absence of traffic and adverse weather conditions. Unlike other means of transport, traveling by car allows you to get to your destination at your leisure, especially if you make use of an NCC service, or even a luxurious limousine with “full options”, which gives you the opportunity to make stops and to visit the places you come across along the way. To get from the capital to the Laguna you cross the whole of central Italy, from Lazio to Umbria, Umbria to Tuscany, Tuscany to Emilia Romagna, and finally to Veneto. You will pass Roman and Etruscan ruins, castles and medieval forts, Renaissance palaces, immersed in the green plains, in the hills in bloom, or perched at the top of the mountains: a boundless backdrop of beautiful scenery and historical and artistic jewels to be admired.
Leaving Rome with your own private driver, who can meet you wherever you choose – be it Fiumicino airport, Civitavecchia port, or your hotel – you take the “autostrada del Sole” (A1) in the direction of Florence. From the windows you can admire the villas and the Lazio countryside; after passing the town of Orte you enter the region of Umbria, where you pass the splendid city of Orvieto, perched on a stone cliff. If you so wish, you can choose to visit Orvieto by booking a day tour with Transfers Rome.
Continuing the transfer in the direction of Venice, you cross the Chiana Valley, enclosed in the hills and the mountains of Cortona, to get to the Valdarno then Florence. Here you can stop in a roadside restaurant to refresh and buy some typical products from Tuscany.
To get to Bologna you cross the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano, walking in the footsteps of ancient peoples. On the Flaminia military road you can still find parts of the Roman road, which crossed the Apennines even in medieval times, to follow Via Francigena and visit the main religious Christian sites.
After exiting the A1 you cross the Adriatica highway (A14) to get to the A13 in the direction of Padua, which is famous for the majestic cathedral of Saint Anthony, and the Scrovegni Chapel, illustrated by Giotto at the beginning of the third century. You will find yourselves immersed in the natural environment of the Po Valley, passing the city of Ferrara, another rich centre of history and tradition. Then, having arrived in Veneto and passed the city of Padua, you enter the A4 highway, which is also called la Serenissima – the river crossing which leads to Venice. You can choose to have your limousine take you in comfort right up to piazzale Roma, the furthest point reachable by car, or to stop at Mira or another town on the Brenta Riviera. Across the river, admiring the marvelous Villas built on its banks, you can get to Venice Lido by either private boat or ferry.

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Rome to Orvieto Transfer

Orvieto is one of the most beautiful Italian cities, rich in history and monuments of great artistic and cultural value. The Rome to Orvieto transfer will let you reach this Italian city fast and safely, without giving up the comfort of traveling in an elegant private vehicle, sedan or limousine.

Orvieto is easily reachable from the near regions of Lazio and Tuscany. In fact, the city is situated close to the boundary between the Province of Terni, in Umbria, and the one of Viterbo in Lazio. To reach it with your Transfers Rome private driver, you will travel on the Autostrada del Sole (A1), that spans across the Italian peninsula from Naples to Milan. Leaving from Fiumicino Airport, the Port of Civitavecchia or any other starting point in Rome, in your luxury private car, limousine, mercedes or minivan, you will head toward north. You will pass through the Province of Viterbo, renowned for its evocative landscapes, which present a wide variety of sceneries: from the mounts of volcanic origin, Cimini and Volsini, to lakes, among which Lake Bolsena and Lake Vico, to plains lapped by the Tiber. The river, third in length in Italy, flows just across the boundary with Umbria. During the Transfers Rome to Orvieto there will be a quick break for a coffee in a roadside bar.

After having passed the town of Fiano Romano, you will see the high tuff cliff on top of which stands the town of Orte, surrounded by a bend of the Tiber. Following the famous waterway you will get closer to your destination: Orvieto. The Umbrian city is situated 325 meters above mean sea level, on the top of a dark tuff height, which dominates the valley where the rivers Paglia and Chiani flow, tributaries of the Tiber. The landscape is particularly evocative, especially during springtime, when the surrounding plains and hills get adorned with flowers and flourishing plants. At the end of the Rome to Orvieto transfer, going up to the top of the “Urbs Vetus”, the old city, you’ll be able to admire from your car window an enchanting scenery. The 13th and 14th centuries represented the height of the Umbrian city, which saw the birth of magnificent religious and civic buildings in its urban center. Witness of this unquestioned richness is the Cathedral of Orvieto, an architectural masterpiece in perfect Italian-Gothic style, that you’ll be able to admire once arrived at destination.

Our NCC (limousine service) company is available for transfers from Rome to Orvieto in any period of the year. Here we suggest some characteristic feasts and celebrations that you can join if you decide to visit the Umbrian city: the Festa della Palombella on the day of Pentecost, the Palio dell’Oca, held on the Sunday after Pentecost, and the Procession of the Corpus Domini, which commemorates the Miracle of Bolsena. We remind you that it’s also possible to book the Orvieto tour, which lets you visit this tourist destination and then go back to Rome, having at your disposal a vehicle and chauffeur for the whole travel time. The Rome to Orvieto transfer, instead, is intended just for the car journey from the Italian Capital to the Umbrian city.

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Rome to Portofino Transfer

 Our company is specialized in private car transfers from/to major Italian destinations. The transfer from Rome to Portofino, an enchanting seaside location where take place international-level sports events (sailing trophies, regattas, etc.), couldn’t miss from our travel selection. During the booking process you can agree with us the starting point of the NCC service (limousine service), which can be for example Rome Fiumicino Airport, Termini Railway Station or the Port of Civitavecchia. Your Transfers Rome private driver will welcome you when you arrive, helping you put the luggage in the chosen luxury car (sedan, limousine or minivan), and you will then travel toward Portofino, a tourist center famous all over the world. During the transfer to Portofino from Rome there will be a stop at a roadside bar for a coffee break. The seaside tourist resort is about 500 Km from Rome and is located in Liguria, in the western part of the Tigullio Gulf, in a bay at the foot of the homonymous promontory. Traveling in the direction of Genoa you will follow in the footsteps of ancient people, who traveled from the capital toward north. The old village of Portofino, quoted by Pliny the Elder in his Ligurian “Itinerarium”, was probably founded by the Romans, who called it “Portus Delphini” for the presence of many cetaceans in the gulf’s waters. If you have some free time to spend, we suggest you visit the Aquarium of Genoa (about 50 minutes journey from Portofino), where you’ll be able to admire wonderful examples of marine flora and fauna coming from every part of the world. The natural scenery of Portofino is among the most evocative ones of the whole Italian peninsula and further, since the village is proudly known as the “World’s Pearl”. To reach this refined and “precious” destination you’ll have to cross a large part of Central Italy, passing through Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany. During the Rome to Portofino transfer, which will take about 5 hours in total, you will come across some of the most well-known Italian cities, such as Arezzo and Orvieto. If you are interested in visiting these wonderful cities of art, our company organizes daily tours from Rome to both of these tourist destinations of Central Italy. Traveling on the Autostrada del Sole (A1), you will arrive in Florence. Here you’ll be able to have a break in a roadside restaurant, to then carry on the journey toward Prato in your private car. Continuing along the A11 you will arrive in Lucca, a famous Tuscan city surrounded by medieval walls. The last highway stretch of your transfer will take place on the A12, which spans along the Tyrrhenian Coast from Livorno to Genoa. Admiring the sea from your car window, you will first see the beaches of Versilia, Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi, then the typical houses perched on the steep cliffs of the Ligurian Riviera. You’ll leave the A12 highway at Rapallo and go toward the city center to take the Strada Provinciale 227 for Santa Margherita Ligure and Portofino. Once arrived at destination, you will be accompanied to the address of your choice, like for example your booked hotel. Besides the transfer Rome to Portofino, if you are interested in visiting Liguria and the Cinque Terre by taking advantage of our NCC services (limousine services), feel free to contact us for a quote.

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Rome to Siena Transfer

The NCC (chauffeur driven car hire) service offered by Transfers Rome lets you reach in a short amount of time the beautiful city of Siena, leaving from any part of the Italian capital city, from the hotel, from the airport of from the near Civitavecchia Port. During the motorway journey there will be in any case a stop in an autogrill motorway café for a coffee break. On the luxury car taken from our selection of vehicles, chosen by you at the time of reservation, you’ll travel on the Autostrada del Sole or A1, that goes right through the heart of Italy, showing some of the most charming landscapes in the world. While admiring the Colli Laziali scattered with villas and ancient buildings, you’ll pass through the green Valle del Tevere and you’ll be able to admire from your windscreen the high tufa cliff from which Orte stands. Once arrived in Umbria, looking at the defensive buildings standing on the nearby heights, you’ll be able to see the city of Orvieto, another beautiful destination of our transfers by private car or limousine. Continuing your journey, you’ll go into the land once populated by the Etruschi, reaching the Val di Chiana and being able to admire a hilly landscape of rare beauty. Here stand the cities of Chiusi, Chianciano, Sarteano, Citta’ della Pieve and not very far from these the ones of Castiglione del Lago, Pienza and Montepulciano. In a short time you’ll arrive in the land of the Chianti, where Siena stands. The city looks like a wide terracotta colored stain, spaced by campanili and enclosed by majestic walls. We remind you that the main event in the city takes place during the summer: it’s the Palio of Siena (2nd July and 16th August), an excellent occasion to choose the Transfers Rome NCC service.

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Rome to Pisa Transfer

The Rome to Pisa transfer service offered by our company allows a fast, safe and comfortable transport from the Italian capital to the city of the Leaning Tower. Your Transfers Rome private driver will be waiting for you at Civitavecchia Port, Fiumicino or Ciampino Ariport, or in any other point of interest of your desire. The journey from Rome to Pisa will take about 3 and a half hours. On client’s request there’ll be a stop at a roadside restaurant. To reach Pisa by car there are two alternative routes, depending whether  you prefer travelling faster on a highway (A1 from Rome to Florence and A11 from Florence to Pisa), or you desire to admire the Tyrrhenian coast, taking about 30 minutes more. If for your fast transfers you’re interested in the first option, please consult the page relative to the transfer to Florence, in which it’s described this stretch of the Autostrada del Sole. On the contrary, if you’re interested in the second journey, you’ll travel in a wonderful car or limousine, through the SS 1 or Via Aurelia, built following the consular road formerly planned by the Romans to go from the Urbe to France. You’ll be able to admire from your car window some of the best Italian landscape views. In the Latial Maremma, on the top of a hill about 132 meters high you’ll be able to see Tarquinia, an ancient Etruscan settlement. Once in Tuscany, looking toward the right you’ll find many towns perched on heights surrounded by the countryside, such as Capalbio and Montepescali, while looking toward west you’ll be able to see some stretches of the Tyrrhenian Sea that touch the coast. From the windows of the luxury car rented for the Transfer Rome to Pisa you’ll be able to admire the Lagoon of Orbetello. You’ll sight the city of Grosseto, the wide Maremman countryside till Follonica and the Etruscan Coast. Here you’ll find famous places such as Bolgheri, made famous by its super tuscan wines. After Cecina and Rosignano, you’ll arrive in Livorno, the city of Modigliani, Mascagni and Fattori. From the road overlooking the sea you’ll enjoy a wonderful panoramic view. The journey following the Via Aurelia will carry on along the American military base of Camp Darby. Finally you’ll sight the city of Pisa, unmistakable for its soaring Leaning Tower. You’ll be accompanied to the “Galileo Galilei” Airport, your hotel or any other destination chosen during the booking process. With the Rome to Pisa transfer it is possible to combine the tour to Pisa, to discover the beauties that this Tuscan city has to offer, having at your disposal your chauffeur-driven car hire service for the whole day.

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