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Journey Ferrari tour

Enzo Ferrari and Tazio Nuvolari: two legendary figures of motor-racing, tied by a background and by a common passion for the speed and car-races. The itinerary that we propose is dedicated to them. An unforgettable day between Mantua and Maranello. Mantua, the renaissance city of the Gonzaga Lords, will welcome you with its monuments, the peoples hospitality and the charm of its lakes. The city hosts a little museum in memory of Tazio Nuvolari, the "flying Mantuan" car-racer champion.

Morning - Arrival in Mantua. Meeting with the local guide to admire the historical centre with its squares, buildings and monuments, but also to visit, in the medieval town-hall, the charming Museum dedicated to the old bike champion Learco Guerra and to the car-racer Tazio Nuvolari. Time at leasure and lunch break.

Afternoon - Arrive in Maranello and visit to the Ferrari Museum. The Gallery is the show-room where you are able to follow the history and the successes of Ferrari in motor-racing, thanks to the most famous old Cars, the modern ones produced by Ferrari, the images, the films, the trophies, the most sophisticated mechanical and technological components.

N.B. We are at your service for further information and personalized itineraries. You could interchange the two parts of the programme in the morning or in the afternoon, according to the availability of museum visits or your needs, choosing at you discretion the whole program or part of it.


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