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Pagani Factory Tours

San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy
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vingar123 wrote a review Jul 2020
Mouans-Sartoux, France94 contributions76 helpful votes
Don't bother using the 'tour' operators and go directly to the Pagani website and book your museum/factory tour from there. Having had a disappointing 'factory' tour from Ferrari, this one was the real deal, from start to finish you can see the car sin the making, being maintained, etc. With just two (main) models, one may perceive this as less interesting but the trick here is...it all oils down to details and Pagani is another level from Ferrari
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Susan b wrote a review Feb 2020
Saint Cloud, Minnesota44 contributions41 helpful votes
We did the museum and factory tour. It was amazing. The staff was polite, Julia was our guide and she did a great job. The museum and the factory are amazing. The cars are works of art and are gorgeous. Absolutely no complaints. Also, their products are less expensive than the overpriced Lamborghini and Ferrari goods. Absolutely would recommend to anyone who is a car enthusiast!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Zenia wrote a review Feb 2020
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OK, I'm biased. I, too, love Leonardo Da Vinci, like Horacio Pagani. I love Horacio Pagani. I love design. I love arts. I love cars. And I love engineering. So when they let us in - I cannot say factory, because it is rather an atelier, or even artistic workshop - I felt goosebumps, shivers and almost a tear... I though - OK. A child in me got into candy factory. That's fine. Some time after we where out though and discussing this whole experience with my family - my wife said she felt shivers, goosebumps and almost a tear. That very moment I said i felt the same and I realized it wasn't just child or petrolhead in me, neither it was just marketing. it was electricity of this outstanding place. Think about it. Paintings are done in numbers, by people taught in numbers. Each country has it's own art academy, usually not one or even in numbers. Becoming a descent oilist isn't a gift of god anymore. It is not what it all was back in 16th century. What painting was in 16th century though is now this - Pagani Automobili. A rare, complicated, expensive, outstanding, mind-blowing work of genius. Art. It is a must have even if you not necessarily are into fast cars and will never own a Zonda or Huayra.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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firstclass-TRIP wrote a review Nov 2019
Bedford329 contributions235 helpful votes
We wanted to do something a little different and without so many tourists. We booked ahead and it was a very easy process. The only place you can take pictures is at the museum. You cannot take pictures in the factory. Mr. Pagani was walking around and we got to see many cars. There is a two year wait to purchase a car that is fully customizeable and runs about 1 million dollars. If you are a car afienciando, thuis is a must do. We are not car lovers and still found this interested.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Michelle U wrote a review Oct 2019
Norfolk, United Kingdom51 contributions40 helpful votes
The museum although small has lots of information and lovely personal touches. To tell the truth I chose this factory tour as opposed to Lamborghini or Ferrari purely by budget (€50 for me, my 11 year old son free). I thought it would be a shame to see the super cars without doing a factory tour. I am so pleased I did choose this one. It was small enough to see all the processes and the information given by the knowledgeable guide was sufficient for the amateur enthusiast. Understandably there were no cameras in the factory, but that just meant you listened more. Gift shop expensive- but so are Pagani’s! We came home with a replica car. Great place well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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