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I will be spending 10 days in Levanto, Italy and surrounding areas. My daughter and her Italian fiance have strongly advised renting a car (it is their wedding that will be celebrated). The friends I am travelling with are concerned about driving conditions and, in many ways, using public transport is a great experience.
Will we be limiting ourselves if we depend on public transport in Levanto? Will it be frustrating trying to coordinate with schedules?
What is the reality of driving in the area?
Thanks for your help,
Gas is expensive. The autostrada takes plastic as well as cash.
Cars are awfully small. Try for the biggest size car. But parking can be a pain.
Everyone else takes public transport. I would look into that.
We've driven all over Italy. The roads are very good. I don't see what the problem would be with renting a car. Rental cars come in all sizes. We prefer the smallest car we can get because back roads can be narrow and parking places tend to be small. You may never get onto back roads, but you will have to park.
Fuel is expensive but if you get a small car, they get great mileage. It does give you flexibility and if your daughter and fiance strongly advised it, they undoubtedly know what they are talking about. I'd follow your daughter's advice. It certainly would make scheduling things easier for all concerned.
Enjoy the wedding . . . and Italy.
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