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, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Land of Motorsport (Ferrari, Lamborghini…)

All packages can be tailored to suit the customer's needs (accomodation, transportation,  guiding services...).

Bologna. San Cesario sul Panaro. Do these names sound familiar to you? Do not think about pasta and pizza, that is not it. What about Sant’Agata Bolognese? Maybe you are starting to get our drift, here. If we add Maranello to the previous names, most of you will finally see what we are talking about. For those f you who still do not, we are talking about Ducati (based in Bologna), Pagani (based in San Cesario sul Panaro), Lamborghini (based in Sant’Agata Bolognese) and, of course, Ferrari (based in Maranello). All of them, Italian motorsport legends.

 

The Italian region of Emilia-Romagna presents an incredible concentration of constructors of high performance vehicles (both cars and motorbikes). To give you an accurate picture of that, think that within scarcely 30 miles around the city of Modena, companies such as Bimota, Moto Morini, Dallara, Maserati, Ferrari, Lamborghini or Pagani can be found! 

 

 

 

EventGo offers you the possibility to explore this reality, offering a glimpse of the beautiful region of Emilia-Romagna with emphasis on motorsports. Hence, the trip includes visits to the factories and museums of 4 world renowned constructors: Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani and Ducati. For those of you who wish to make the most of your trip, there is also the possibility of driving a Ferrari in the surroundings of the factory and of dining at “Ristorante Il Cavallino”, a restaurant just in front of the Ferrari Factory, famous for being the restaurant where Enzo Ferrari, founder of the company, used to eat.

 

So if you want to go to the Land of Motorsport, contact us and we will start planning your trip!

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Photographs by ravas51, Tony Hisgett i Ben_in_london at Flickr.