Touring Sydney in a Valentine Red Ferrari

In honour of Valentines Day, I had the opportunity to tour Sydney, Australia in a red Ferrari. Although I couldn’t be with my love this Valentines Day, I took riding in a fierce red Ferrari as second best.

Red Ferrari

Red Ferrari

Red Ferrari Have you ever thought about touring a city in a red Ferrari? I always thought touring a new city in a sports car would be an amazing experience. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would see Sydney in a smokin’ red hot 360 Spider, but I did! Honestly, now that I have done it there really isn’t any other way to see a city.

Sydney

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Red Ferrari With the top down, I got an amazing 360 view of one of the most popular cities in the world. Driving around Sydney in a Ferrari made me feel like a celebrity. All eyes were on me, or the car rather. I’ve never felt more alive as I zoomed through the city with my hair blowing in the wind and with my hands raised in the air. The power of the Ferrari took my breath away, got my heart pumping, and made my hands sweat when it took off in a jolt. As it growled fiercely, I couldn’t help but squeal like a girl.
Sydney

Sydney

Sydney Harbour Sunset

Red Ferrari Driving in a Ferrari gave me the same thrill I get from any adventure sport (if only I was the driver). I would drive in one everyday if I could. Throughout the tour, I went to Milsons Point in North Sydney at sunset to get one of the best views of Luna Park, Sydney Harbour Bridge, the harbour, and the Sydney Opera House. On the way out of the city at twilight, I saw The Rocks, and down town Sydney including Kings Cross, Oxford St., Hyde Park, St Mary’s Cathedral, Elizabeth St., and George St. The views alone were spectacular, but to see them from a Ferrari made a perfect day go beyond my expectations.

 

Luna Park

Sydney

First Sights of Sydney

19 thoughts on “Touring Sydney in a Valentine Red Ferrari

  1. Reminds me of the summer holiday with my bestie in BC. We had rented a car but decided at the airport to upgrade to a convertible red Mustang. It was Thelma and Louise all over again!

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