From the outskirts of Bologna, where Ducati headquarters are located, up to Maranello and St. Agata towns, where Ferrari and Lamborghini headquarters are based into, this tour aims to be discovering speed, design and some of the best known Italian status symbols all over the world.

Stops will be arranged at Ducati Motorbikes Museum, Maranello Enzo Ferrari Museum, St. Agata Bolognese Lamborghini Museum. Jump on board and let engines roar!

Sport Cars Tour is 6 hours long. Full wheelchair accessibility to all stops.

Meeting point

I will be picking you up right at the hall of the hotel you are staying in, or I will be meeting you in front of the facility you have been renting.

Tour details

Ducati motorbikes are definitely the epitome of fast racing bikes. When Bruno, Marcello and Adriano Cavalieri Ducati opened their very first electronic stuffs production facility in 1926, they had definitely no idea they would have become founders of an over-30 Moto GP World Championship titles empire. It took many years and all of Mr. Fabio Taglioni and Mr. Massimo Tamburini engineering skills to be transforming Ducati factory into the creative, unstoppable superbikes facility we all love and yearn for.

From earliest bikes models as Cucciolo and Marianna, passing through glorious Scrambler, Pantah, 851, Monster and Supermono models, Ducati Motorbikes Museum collection covers all of the iconic Borgo Panigale red bikes production, up to most recent Superleggera and Multistrada ones.

On the foothills of Apennines mountains, tiny town of Maranello is where Ferrari headquarters, Enzo Ferrari Museum and Ferrari racing track are located. Fearing bombing all over nearby town of Modena during WWII, that’s where Alfa Romeo former racer-turned into car manufacturer Enzo Ferrari moved his cars production facilities in mid 40s. Ferrari 125 S was introduced in 1947. In 1952, Ferrari racing team scored its first F1 World Championship Title. The rest is history, with 30 more titles were to follow. Strong willed and reserved, Enzo Ferrari created a real myth.

There’s nothing heating people up more then roaring of Ferrari cars engines. Ascari, Lauda, Hills, Fisichella, Schumacher, Prost, Villeneuve, Alboreto, Raikonnen are just some of the most famous Ferrari racers. They wrote history here. From earliest Ferrari car models to latest 2015 and 2017 GT ones, Enzo Ferrari Museum collection covers it all. Prepare yourself for adrenaline rash!

Miura, Cuntach, Diablo, Mucielago, Centenario. There’s nothing fanciest then Lamborghini cars. Huracan, Aventador, Urus, Veneno, Sesto Elemento. Bold, strong, sexy, aggressive, they are what everyone yearns for. Unique mix of carbon fibre, endurance, reliability and Italian design equals perfection. Somehow looking more like space ships then cars, they have always represented a bold status symbol for VIP to possess. And that’s what Mr. Ferruccio and car designer Mr. Marcello Gandini managed to be accomplishing together: Lamborghini is a world of luxury and passion. Cars seduce you, capture you. They envelope you, they are magnetic. You can’t resist them, you just can’t.

All of the most prominent Lamborghini cars are in permanent display at the St. Agata village Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum. This is where Mr. Ferruccio opened his car manufacturing facility in 1963, and where company headquarters are still located nowadays. This is not just cars. This is vision, driven and strength. Entering here is like entering a completely different world. Let yourself be seduced.

Entrance fees

Ducati Museum entrance fee is € 15, reduced to € 10 for visitors over 65 years of age. Free entrance for visitors under 11 years of age.

Enzo Ferrari Museum entrance fee is € 16 per person, reduced to € 14 for students and visitors over 65 years of age. Ticket is € 6 for visitors under age of 19 if escorted by their parents.

Lamborghini Museum entrance fee is € 15, reduced to € 12 for students and visitors over 65 years of age. Ticket is reduced to € 5 for visitors under 14 years of age.

In order to be reaching from one sport car facility to the other, all car manufacturers located outside of Bologna city centre, my suggestion would be for you to be renting a private car with driver, or also driving your own car yourself, if rented.

Car rental costs are not covered by tour leading service fares.