Providing Private Airport & City Transfers + Wine Trips
Our drivers have credit card machines in all vehicles accepting Visa, Mastercard and American Express. We can also accept cash. We are also able to provide printed receipts.
San Giorgio NCC offers a great service to tourists and those visiting the Tuscany and Emilia Romagna regions. We can provide custom trips for you, depending on the wineries and restaurants that you wish to visit. Private wine tours in Tuscany are providing very popular at the moment.
Just provide us your itinerary and we will craft the trip around you.
Many of our guests comment that they prefer the private transfer approach to wineries in the region as they can go at their own pace and move when they are ready to do so. Find out more about our private tailored Tuscany wine tours here
San Giorgio NCC is a local NCC car service and prides itself in safe and reliable transport, airport transfers from Bologna to Florence is approximately 1 hour.Your ideal private car service with driver for Bologna and Venice!
Depending on where you are heading in Tuscany, this can vary greatly. Typically, the airport transfer time from Venice to northern Tuscany (Florence), is approximately two hours. Contact us for exact travel time for your exact Tuscany destination.
Yes, our drivers are well versed with all the local knowledge you’d expect, they’ll be delighted to help you plan your trip and prove any recommendations necessary.
Yes plenty! And for the stroller also!
Relax with 1 hour of complimentary wait time and flight tracking in Bologna, Milan, Florence, Venice and Verona airports.
Ferrara is a city in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. It’s known for the buildings erected by its Renaissance rulers, the Este family. These include the moated Este Castle, with its lavish private chambers. The family also built the Diamanti Palace, which is clad in diamond-shaped marble blocks and home to the National Picture Gallery. The Romanesque Ferrara Cathedral has a 3-tiered facade and a marble bell tower.
- Medieval Ferrara and the Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour
- Visit the Este Castle
- Visit the Diamanti Palace
- The Archeological Museum of Ferrara
- Festival dei Buskers – Once a year (generally at the end of August) Ferrara holds a Festival dei Buskers, when the streets fill with buskers of all kinds. In May there is a Palio, a traditional horseback contest between the town’s districts, preceded by processions in historic costumes. There is an antiques market on the first weekend of every month, and on the third weekend there’s a little market of craft stalls.
Ferrara is a good town for cyclists, and tourists can join the locals by hiring bicycles. There are marked cycle lanes and also the long route around the city walls where the active can cycle, jog or walk. Your local Ferrara NCC and Bologna NCC service!
Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy, extending from the Apennine Mountains to the Po River in the north. It’s known for its medieval cities, rich gastronomy and seaside resorts. The capital, Bologna, is a vibrant city with an 11th-century university and arched porticos lining the streets and squares of its medieval core. Ravenna, near the Adriatic coast, is famed for its brightly coloured Byzantine mosaics. Wine tours are very popular, from Parma, Modena and Torrechiara – we’d be happy to tailor an afternoon for you to spend at these fantastic locations picking you up from your hotel and returning once the afternoon draws to a close. Discover Coli Bolognesi, which is found south west of Bologna, the Colli Bolognesi area (which translated to the Hills of Bologna in Italian) offers great historical and cultural richness, as well as a wonderful hilly landscape. During your wine tastings in Colli Bolognesi, you can experience some high-quality red wines, as well as Pignoletto, a local white wine. Just email us and we’d can suggest the best itinerary for you.