Florentine history and art are impressive, but classic museums and galleries are not for everyone. If you want to spice up your trip with a bit of adrenaline and taste... you are in the right place! Our Maranello Ferrari tour with lunch will tickle all your senses. It introduces you to three legendary Italian staples: Ferrari, Parmigiano-Reggiano, and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.
Firstly, you will visit the Maranello Ferrari Museum full of incredible cars, trophies and iconic images. If you are up for it, on request, you can also book a lucrative shuttle-guided tour of the Fiorano circuit and the Viale Enzo Ferrari. After Maranello museum, you will continue to visit a prominent producer of a traditional balsamic vinegar. [readmore]
You will also learn all about the aging process of Modenas best balsamic vinegar as well as taste a few vinegar-enhanced specialties. Next, a traditional lunch in a nearby restaurant followed by a visit to the local cheese factory, the maker of the delicious Parmigiano Reggiano (tasting included). Finally, the tour will culminate with an exclusive tour of House-Museum Pavarotti, the great Italian opera singer.Read more
Prices for Children from 0-12 years old: free of charge
Check-in closes 30 min before departure
A vegetarian menu available upon request for the optional lunch
FR, POR require a minimum of 4 participants
Drop off: 10,00 per person an infant from 0-2 is free of charges.
Sightseeing in Florence is an impressive experience. Yet, if you are not much into history or classic art, all those museums can be a bit tedious. However, Italy isn't just about cathedrals, paintings, and statues. Its also a country of style, fast cars, and incredible cuisine!
Booking Maranello Ferrari tour with us opens your eyes to a different side of Italy. You will see that Italian history wasn't made just by wars and brush strokes but also by incredible mechanical engineering and squealing tires of race cars on the Fiorano circuit. Our Maranello Ferrari tour price includes, above all, a multilingual expert guide, fast-track entrance into the museum, tasting of two of Italy's signature products as well as a visit to the house of its most famous opera star and a delicious lunch.
Don't miss the opportunity to savor the best balsamic vinegar you will taste in your life! And what about the authentic and completely fresh parmesan cheese? Life rarely gets better than this! You don't have to be a Formula 1 fanatic to fall in love with this our. However, if you are, you can take your Ferrari experience to the next level! We offer options for visiting Enzo Museum and Fiorano Test Track or even taking an adrenaline-raising test drive.
The mastermind behind the Ferrari brand is Enzo Ferrari from Modena. Enzo dedicated his life to designing and building sports cars and racing. In 1924, he became an official Alfa Romeo driver. Still, just after five years, he went to found Scuderia Ferrari in Modena. The company's history started officially in 1947 when the first ever Ferrari model left the factory.
The first historical mention of the balsamic vinegar dates to 1046 when Emperor Enrico III of Franconia received a bottle as a gift. While today we use it mostly for culinary ventures, in the Middle Ages, people used it as a disinfectant. Consequently, it had a positive reputation of a miracle cure good for all aches from a sore throat to labor pain.
Balsamic Vinegar of Modena (Aceto Balsamico di Modena) is a protected product and can only be made Modena and Reggio regions. Its essentially an aged reduction of sweet white grapes. Young vinegar matures from 3 to 5 years; middle-aged from 6 to 12 years; and old (the most expensive one) takes 12 to 150 years to mature.
Parmigiano-Reggiano is an invention of the 11th century. The production started in the Enza valley. Soon, it spread through the provinces of Parma, Modena, Reggio Emilia, Mantua on the right side of the Po River and to Bologna to the left. The cheese is an elaborate synthesis of special milk, heat, craftsmanship, and aging. The typical rounded forms are 20-24 cm high and around 40 cm wide, weighing 37 kg on average.
Fast cars and great food? What else could you ask for? Book our Maranello Ferrari Tour today and discover adrenaline and flavor-infused part of Italian history.
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