and son Renato and Alessandro Pagnotta founded Rome Limousine Service
in 1983 with a vision to provide the best Rome limousine tours and
continuing the Pagnotta tradition, Alessandro's brother Massimo
joined the company. By virtue of hard work, professionalism, and
the highest quality vehicles, Rome Limousine Service grew and expanded
not only to cover regions beyond Italy, but also North America.
In 1991 Alessandro opened an affiliate of Rome Limousine Service
in New York.
Read what our
clients have to say about us:
I hired Sandro to take us and our day was perfect.
After spending so much time with Sandro last week, I just had to smile
.... He certainly does go out of his way to make his clients happy.
Our trip wouldn't have been the same without him.
> This was my first trip to Rome without my husband (he couldn't leave
his business) and I wanted to take my 25 year old daughter and 18 year
old son to Pompeii. We have made this trip before but have rented a car
and driven ourselves and I didn't feel comfortable doing it on my own.
I hired Sandro to take us and our day was perfect. He picked us up at
our hotel around 8:45 a.m. and off we went. We arrived in Pompeii and
he parked his car across the street from the entrance. He is not a
guide inside the museum's, but did offer the services of a friend at a
discounted rate that we could have used once inside. Since my daughter
was the only one that had never seen Pompeii, we decided to use the
devices you can rent, which worked out very nicely.
After we were finished touring the ruins, we found Sandro waiting for us
at the entrance. He whisked us off to Sorrento for a wonderful lunch at
Caruso's. The staff was friendly, the service impeccable and the food
out of this world. After lunch, Sandro drove us to Positano, where we
made several stops for pictures of the gorgeous views. He then took us
to take a look at the Le Sirenuse Hotel, which captured all of our
hearts and my brain started making plans immediately for our next
vacation in this beautiful spot.
Sadly, we were losing daylight and started our trip back to Rome.
Sandro was always quick to make stops for anything we wanted to see,
including purchasing some Limochello at a roadside stand to take home to
my husband. We arrived back in Rome after 9:00 p.m., exhausted, but
very happy for the memories he had given us.
He also picked us up at the airport upon our arrival in Rome and
departure. He made several stops while taking us to our hotel on our
first day, including a look through the keyhole everyone always talks
about. I must have asked him a million questions and never once did he
seem bored or sick of my probing. All in all, he made this trip a
million times better than we would have had without him. My son and
daughter absorbed all the information they could from him regarding
If anyone has any questions about Sandro you would like to ask in
private, please feel free to e-mail me.
San Antonio, Texas