Ferrari Up Close and Tuscan Flavors with Lunch
Entrance fee to the Ferrari Museum
Visit to a famous vinegar producer with sampling of balsamic vinegar
Entrance to “Eataly World FICO
Tour Participation Requirements
"Live the dream!" as the Ferrari Museum immerses you in the excitement of the Italian speed machine. Relive the exhilaration of Formula 1 and the World Championship in exhibits featuring sleek cars and a pit-stop wall. See pulse-pounding moments of grand prix days on the big screen, and themed displays about legendary cars that triumphed across the globe.
But when you're surrounded by Ferraris, who wants to just look? These awesome add-ons will round out your Ferrari experience at an additional cost of the tour price. You can get into the action as you try your hand at a genuine tire change in the Pit Stop or Check out the semi-professional Formula 1 simulators or post action shots with MuseiFerrari to show friends your vacation is on the fast track. And take the wheel and smile like a champ for a personalized photo of you in a Ferrari.
Can't get enough sleek cars? Look forward to a sensational tour finish as we see a collection of Maseratis.
These high-performance cars exemplify the saying, "If you want style, buy Italian." And our gourmet adventures prove another: "If you want flavor, taste Italian." Modena's acetaias (vinegar cellars) have been producing balsamic vinegar from local grapes since the 11th century and it's incredible stuff. Discover, and taste, how the grapes and aging process create flavor, aroma, and color that make this region's product the world's best.
Meet master cheesemakers who craft the giant wheels of authentic Parmigiano Reggiano, made only here in the Emilia-Romagna countryside. See the whole fascinating process, from huge vats of fresh milk to the vast and aromatic rooms where this cheese matures. Like all of this country's celebrated brands, this is more than a product. This is heritage, craftsmanship, and true Italian passion.
The legend behind the logo
The Ferrari shield with its prancing horse is known throughout the world. This famous horse first appeared on the fuselage of a World War I fighter plane flown by Francesco Baracca. Tragically, the heroic pilot was shot down. In his honor, Enzo Ferrari used the image to create the emblem for his cars, embellishing it with a background of canary yellow, the color of Modena, and stripes of Italy's national colors: red, green, and white.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.