Experience Italy’s “Land of Motors” and see some of the world’s finest super cars and bikes. Join this 7-hour tour to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, the Lamborghini Museum in the town of Sant’Agata on the Via Emilia and the brand new Pagani museum and factory! The tours includes high speed train tickets from Milan or Florence, according to option selected.
Discover some of the world’s most exotic cars on a full-day tour of the museums and factories of Ferrari, Pagani, and Lamborghini.
Your first stop will be at Sant’Agata Bolognese, the home town of Lamborghini. Inaugurated in 2016, the new Lamborghini Museum reviews all the important milestones reached by the House of the Raging Bull, with a foray into the past that has a strong emotional impact on fans of luxury super sports cars. The Murciélago was the first masterpiece displayed in this inspiring location in Italy’s Motor Valley. At its side gallops a broad collection that includes the Miura S and its iconic “eyelashes”, the 350 GT, the Countach S, the Jalpa, the Espada, the Sesto Elemento, the Reventón and the other exclusive supercars that have turned the Raging Bull into a legend. Engines, models and photos help provide visitors with a complete overview of the history of this automotive saga, which is continuing in the slipstream of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s first visionary idea.
Next is the brand new Pagani factory and museum in San Cesario sul Panaro. You will have the privilege to visit the new museum and facility. Pagani Automobili produces exclusive racing and luxury sports cars such as Zonda and Huayra, which is the fastest car in the world and it is completely hand made! You will be impressed, not only by the sheer beauty of the cars, but most of all by the modest and peaceful atmosphere in the factory.
Enjoy a light lunch with drinks included in a prestigious Maranello restaurant near the Ferrari Factory, then make your way to Modena. Explore the Ferrari Museum, which is located next to the factory and Fiorano test track. The museum traces the heritage of the world’s premier marque. Multimedia displays help explain the exhibits, including race trophies, and cars that include the single‐seater that won Ferrari its first world championship in 1951, and the all‐conquering F1 car driven by Michael Schumacher.