In the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy resides the beautiful ancient city of Cesena. Given the historical significance of the city, it becomes an indispensable part of one’s tour of the Italian countryside made even more pleasurable using a good car hire.
Multiple car hire options are available and the one that best caters to your needs can be selected. You can choose a car of your choice based on the number of passengers and other parameters, as also, an agency within your budget.
Covering an area lesser than 250km in totality, the commune of Cesena has a plethora of tourist spots. A ride through this small yet historically rich city can indeed fulfil the whole purpose of your holiday. Trekking, cycling, taking a bus or walking are the available options apart from a car hire which is advisable for those who prefer the comfort of a motor driven vehicle to a sweat breaking climb. In fact, given the scope of the region in terms of area and population, the local public transport is minimal as compared to an average city. Also it helps those short on time to travel the whole city peacefully. With a glorious view of the Apennine Mountains to the mollifying view of the waters, the city has an almost healing effect on the eyes. Its diverse landscape and centralised location had made it a point of contention for the early conquerors.
While the winters witness single digit temperatures, the climate is reasonably pleasant otherwise. A suitable car hire can enable you to visit the nearby villages and areas famous for their bathing areas, spas and history. For example, the towns of Longiano, Bertinoro, Roncofreddo etc. The state of the art spas accompanying the many natural springs in the region are a must visit for a rejuvenated body and a relaxed mind.
The splendid ancient architecture of the city holds you spellbound with structures that are centuries old. The castles, piazzas, basilicas tend to transport you to a different era. Although car rental is one of the best ways of travelling through Cesena, a walk through the old city streets, which hold the numerous landmarks of the city, is recommended. The city is as renowned for its food and wine as the rest of Italy.
Indeed, Cesena is not a very prominent part of an Italian holiday but it is a historical and cultural site of much significance.