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Wow what an experience! Going to the museum and see all the cars was great! We took rides in the Ferrari! I loved just being there but::: Ferrari did not have any cars to run up and down a strip! That would have been really...More
We toured the Ferrari factory and Fiorano test track area with the Scuderia Ferrari Club in November 2018. There is a tour every year, so join your nearest club if you wish to attend.
The tour visits manufacturing, V8 and V12 engine build, car assembly,...More
Unless you have the funds to afford a Ferrari your chances of visiting this incredible place is off limits. The guided tour lasts 3 hours, all aspects of the manufacturing process are on display, form the moment the body and frame arrive util the key...More
We went round as part of an escorted tour. Our guide,Franca, was very knowledgeable and delivered the tour very well. The bus took us round and we weren't allowed to get off or take photos. We went all round the factory and down to the...More
Unless you own a Ferrari and therefore get an actual Factory Tour, the one open to the public is a 45 minutes bus ride through some buildings. Both Ferrari museums are worth a visit, but the so called factory tour is a waste of time...More
The Ferrari factory is an add on to the museum visits, which are a must-see if you love the fast, red cars. If you are driving, then it is less expensive and maybe less time consuming. We had to take one metro and two trains...More
are Ferrari owners writing reviews on Tripadvisor on personal owner only tours? Isn’t there a special website or blog you can congratulate each other and compare notes?
I am going to the factory today to share with my young kids these cars that they love...More
We got tickets to both these museums and they were BOTH great! Even our 12 year old daughter enjoyed it! While our 15 year old ‘car loving son’ was in HEAVEN! The Modena museum has a collection of Ferrari’s from different era’s in the ‘show...More
My traveling companion wants to visit the Ferrari factory and/or museum. How long should we allot for this. Should we try to stay the night in the area or just the dat and head for Florence in the late afternoon?
May 15, 2006|
Hi elsabeth - We'll be in Florence the beginning of July. My husband had his heart set on touring the Ferrari factory, but was told that it is by invitation only (I guess if you own a Ferrari). The Ferrari museum is open to the public, though. Hope you're lucky enough to own one!
Deal, United Kingdom
Easter in lake Garda (1 Reply)
We are thinking of staying here next Easter early April. We want to stay near bardolino any hotel recommendations would be appreciated as it is our first visit to the lakes we usually stay in sorrento. What will the weather be like, can you visit Venice for a day/night trip. Where abouts is the Ferrari factory in terms of distance to visit also. Any tips much appreciated
June 21, 2014|
Italy Itinerary Question - Ferrari Factory in Maranello (1 Reply)
I'm in the process of planning a trip to Italy and the one big thing that my husband wants to do is see the Ferrari Factory in Maranello, so I'm trying to figure out the best way to include that in our plans. Right now we are thinking of starting in Venice, heading to Florence, Rome and possibly Amalfi coast depending upon time. I'm torn on whether we should hit Maranello and the factory on our way to Florence or if we should plan on staying over in the region? If we stay in the region, I'm...More