The Car Enthusiast’s
Guide to Touring Italy
The northern region of Italy is home to most sites that are on an
Italian car enthusiast’s lists.
Turin is Italy’s fourth largest city in the Piedmonte region and is
known for its chocolate, historic cafes and for being ...
The Museo Dell' Automobile is one of the oldest automobile
museums in the world.
Over 200 cars dating from the mid-19th century to the present
from all over the world are on display here.
The area around Modena is known as the motor valley and is
where the best-known and most prestigious sports car
manufactur...
Maranello, very close to Modena and about an hour from Bologna,
is home to Ferrari. This is the original entrance to the F...
Make your first stop to the newly renovated Ferrari Museum. The
museum holds vintage Ferraris, multimedia displays includi...
The Lamborghini museum is inside the Lamborghini factory and is
located in the town of Sant’Agata Bolognese.
The museum displays the first production model built by Ferruccio
Lamborghini in 1964, the 350 GT, up to more recent conce...
Lamborghini offers the opportunity to tour its factory floors, where
you can see the assembly line of the Gallardo LP 560-...
Like Ferrari, only Maserati owners are allowed to visit the factory.
The Museo Panini is located in Modena and is Umberto Panini’s
private collection of Maserati cars. Tours are available fro...
Based in San Cesario sul Panaro near Modena, Pagani is a
newcomer to the Italian luxury car market and is founded by
Horac...
Tours are available by request and you can see the Zonda and
the Huayra.
The million-dollar Pagani Huayra is the world’s most
expensive car.
Mille Miglia is a vintage automobile race which happens in the
month of May. Only cars manufactured from 1927-1957 are
eli...
The route takes drivers through some of Italy’s most magnificent
countryside in a 1,000 mile route between the cities of B...
There are luxury divisions of most well-known car rental
companies where you can rent a Ferrari or a Lamborghini
and drive...
Be aware that country roads are often narrow and curvy and that
the Italian Autostrada does have rules and speed limits ar...
For more information
about travel to Italy,
visit our website
www.touritalynow.com
or call our travel experts
at 800.955.4...
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Italy is synonymous to car brands such as Fiat, Ferrari and Lamborghini. This presentation is a must-see for car enthusiasts who are planning to tour Italy.

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The Car Enthusiast’s Guide to Touring Italy

  1. 1. The Car Enthusiast’s Guide to Touring Italy
  2. 2. The northern region of Italy is home to most sites that are on an Italian car enthusiast’s lists.
  3. 3. Turin is Italy’s fourth largest city in the Piedmonte region and is known for its chocolate, historic cafes and for being the home to the Fiat.
  4. 4. The Museo Dell' Automobile is one of the oldest automobile museums in the world.
  5. 5. Over 200 cars dating from the mid-19th century to the present from all over the world are on display here.
  6. 6. The area around Modena is known as the motor valley and is where the best-known and most prestigious sports car manufacturers are located.
  7. 7. Maranello, very close to Modena and about an hour from Bologna, is home to Ferrari. This is the original entrance to the Ferrari factory since 1940.
  8. 8. Make your first stop to the newly renovated Ferrari Museum. The museum holds vintage Ferraris, multimedia displays including a Formula 1 simulator and rotating exhibitions.
  9. 9. The Lamborghini museum is inside the Lamborghini factory and is located in the town of Sant’Agata Bolognese.
  10. 10. The museum displays the first production model built by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1964, the 350 GT, up to more recent concept cars.
  11. 11. Lamborghini offers the opportunity to tour its factory floors, where you can see the assembly line of the Gallardo LP 560-4 or the Aventador, including the car’s famous handcrafted engine.
  12. 12. Like Ferrari, only Maserati owners are allowed to visit the factory.
  13. 13. The Museo Panini is located in Modena and is Umberto Panini’s private collection of Maserati cars. Tours are available from March to October and must be booked in advance.
  14. 14. Based in San Cesario sul Panaro near Modena, Pagani is a newcomer to the Italian luxury car market and is founded by Horacio Pagani.
  15. 15. Tours are available by request and you can see the Zonda and the Huayra.
  16. 16. The million-dollar Pagani Huayra is the world’s most expensive car.
  17. 17. Mille Miglia is a vintage automobile race which happens in the month of May. Only cars manufactured from 1927-1957 are eligible to participate in this event.
  18. 18. The route takes drivers through some of Italy’s most magnificent countryside in a 1,000 mile route between the cities of Brescia and Rome.
  19. 19. There are luxury divisions of most well-known car rental companies where you can rent a Ferrari or a Lamborghini and drive it on the Italian Autostrada.
  20. 20. Be aware that country roads are often narrow and curvy and that the Italian Autostrada does have rules and speed limits are strictly enforced.
  21. 21. For more information about travel to Italy, visit our website www.touritalynow.com or call our travel experts at 800.955.4418. • • • • • •

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