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The largest automobile factory in the world when it was built, now converted into a huge mall and conference center. Don't miss the art museum on the top floor, and a ticket to the museum lets you visit the car test track on the roof.
It’s great that this former Fiat factory has found a new life. It’s a huge construction with a lot of space available. Not the most modern conference center though. Metro line connects well with downtown.
Built as the Fiat main factory, it was converted to a congress hall in 1982. 500m long, with a rooftop racing track. Houses many businesses, halls and entertainment facilities. The shopping mall is not top class anymore, and quite noisy. Easy access from downtown with...More
After seeing old black and white films of Fiat cars racing around the rooftop test track and emerging in long streams from the factory, we were excited about visiting here.
The scale of the building is remarkable. What it has been transformed into from its...More
Like other reviewers we found it difficult to find the actual test tracks. We understand that if you go to the restaurant at the top of the building you can see the original track used in the film The Italian Job but we only found...More