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If your trip to Pesaro is all locked in but your travel itinerary is looking a bit empty, we can give you a few hints and tips.
Not far from the heart of the city, ADRIATIC Arena is one spot to consider putting on your to-do list. If you still have some space on your schedule, Pesato Cathedral and Rocca Costanza Pesaro will keep you entertained as well.
Don't just drive from point A to point B. Get more out of that car by making a pit stop at Rimini. Situated 19 miles from Pesaro, it features well-known attractions like Italy in Miniature and Arch of Augustus. Get ready to start racking up those miles, because Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and Basilica of Santa Chiara are also a rewarding day trip. You'll find these well-known sights in Assisi, 59 miles away.
If you're staying in Pesaro with the little ones, a fun day by the seaside is a great way to keep them amused. Pack the car with some buckets and spades, and journey out to one of these wonderful coastal stretches:
Constantly on the go for business purposes? Convention centers are probably like a second home to you. With easy access to hotels and restaurants, you can be sure your trip will go off without a hitch if you're on your way to any of these places:
Here are our suggestions on how to hop behind the wheel of a rental car with extra cash in your pocket:
Having your own ride in Pesaro will give you more flexibility to go where you want, when you want. Maybe you want to leave the big city behind, hit the country roads, and go wherever the wind takes you. If so, grab one of our SUVs and check out the cliffs in the area. If you'd prefer to experience the bright lights of the city, something small is a good idea. Getting around bumper-to-bumper traffic will be a lot easier with a compact or mini car.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes choosing the right car important. If you're about to embark on an amazing road trip around Pesaro, a comfortable SUV could be the best solution. If you'd like the cheapest possible price and plan on staying mostly in the city, a versatile compact is a wise pick. All you have to do is work out what will suit you best, pack up the car, and start clocking up those miles.
There's adventure around every bend in Pesaro. And with a rental vehicle, it'll be easier to track down. Make your road trip through this city a safe and sound one with this practical advice:
Motorists drive on the right side of the road in Pesaro. Even though the conditions may be similar to home, it's always wise to drive a little more cautiously in places you've never been.
It's relatively easy to find a car space in Pesaro, though it can be hard to score a spot in the biggest and busiest streets. Booking a hotel that has on-site parking will make things easier.
As with most places, the roads are generally busy in the early and late rush hours. However, with a population of about 77,200, traffic gridlock isn't a major problem in Pesaro.
Speed limits vary around the city of Pesaro, but usually range from 50 km/h to 130 km/h. Most residential areas have a top speed of 50 km/h unless stated otherwise.
Most of the time, your car rental company will bill the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges and taxes. Otherwise, they may share your information with the relevant local law enforcement agency, who'll then send a fine directly to you.
As with many places, regular cell phone usage is not allowed while cruising in your car around Pesaro. However, an exception applies for hands-free or Bluetooth functions. Just make sure you keep your eyes on the road.
While behind the wheel in Pesaro, it's a criminal offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) of more than 0.05%. Planning to have a glass or two of wine with lunch or dinner? Consider using a ride-sharing service or taking a taxi.
Turning on a red light isn't allowed in Pesaro. Always be on the alert for traffic lights and signs to make sure you don't break any traffic laws.
In short, yes. However, there are some exceptions for vehicles run by public transportation networks.