If your trip to Genga is all locked in but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.Plan a stop at Frasassi Caves. It’s one sight you’ll find on most visitors’ must-do lists. If you still have space on your itinerary, Sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa and San Vittore alle Chiuse will keep you entertained too.
If you’re looking for day-trip inspiration, we’ve got some ideas. Located 35 miles away, Passetto Beach is worth the drive. See the best sights beginning with Mount Conero, Piazza del Plebiscito and Cathedral of San Ciriaco. Locals will also likely point you toward Spiaggia di Mezzavalle, 35 miles away. If you can only find time for one thing here, make sure it’s Mount Conero. (But we’re also big fans of Piazza del Plebiscito and Cathedral of San Ciriaco.)
If you’re primarily here for work-related purposes, you’ll probably be heading to Rocca d’Ajello. It’s located 18 miles away.
With your very own rental vehicle, Genga is all yours to discover. People travel to this alluring city for a variety of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have a different car for each of them. The biggest priority for big families is space. Depending on the number of family members, that could mean anything from a full-size vehicle to an SUV. Thrifty travelers usually prefer the fuel-efficiency and affordability of our smaller rentals, such as an economy or compact car. If you’d like to make an impressive entrance in Genga, you could even browse our special category for a vehicle that will make any car aficionado go wobbly at the knees.
First of all, there’s a great range of both economy and luxury rental vehicles on offer in Genga. What you end up going for depends on how much you want to spend and what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles often spare no expense when it comes to comfort and class. If you’re splashing out, why not grab a high-end SUV, or perhaps a flashy medium-sized vehicle? Alternatively, if you just need a car to whiz around town in as economically as possible, go for an economy vehicle (or something else that won’t burn a hole in your pocket).
People drive on the right side of the road in Genga. Even though the rules may be similar to home, it’s always smart to drive a little more cautiously in destinations you’ve never been.
Finding a car space in Genga is relatively easy. Of course, it depends on the time and place — it could be a bit tricky parking in the very center during busier periods.
As with many cities, you can expect slightly heavier traffic in the rush hours before and after work. However, due to its smaller population of about 110, traffic congestion isn’t much of an issue in Genga.
There are. In Genga, speed limits range from 50km/h to 130km/h. Residential zones have a maximum speed limit of 50km/h unless otherwise indicated.
In most cases, your car rental company will charge the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may supply your contact details to the relevant local authority so they can issue a fine to you directly.
As with many places, regular cell phone usage is not permitted while operating a vehicle in Genga. However, there is an exception for hands-free or Bluetooth capabilities. Just be sure to keep your eyes on the road.
In Genga, it’s a fineable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. If you’re planning to have a drink or two with lunch or dinner, leave your rental car behind.
It’s a big no-no to turn on a red light in Genga. If you encounter one, enjoy a couple of mindful moments until the signal goes back to green.
Seat belts have to be worn in Marche. However, this rule may not apply for certain vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.