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FERRARI & PAGANI Motor Valley Tour for Supercar Lovers! – Live the Dream


Kind note: The Pagani Museum is close each Sunday (will be possible to visit from Monday to Saturday)!


8.30am Departing from Florence. Meet your Private driver directly at your address. Welcome sign TUSCANY DAY TRIP

10.00am Visit Pagani Museum in San Cesario sul Panaro, near Modena (Emilia Romagna region). Museum entrance tickets and Audio-guides are included in the price. The museum is close each Sunday. Option: will be possible to visit either the Pagani Factory (extra cost euro 30pp)

12.30am Stop for lunch in Modena (time to taste the famous Balsamic Vinegar from Modena) or in Maranello at the Ferrari restaurant

2.30pm Visit Ferrari Museum in Maranello, near Bologna (Emilia Romagna region). Museum entrance tickets are included in the price.

5.30pm Return to Florence. End of the Tour.


What’s Included?

Transportation by private air-conditioned minivan with a professional driver

Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel/accommodation in Florence or Bologna area

Ferrari museum tickets

Pagani Museum in Maranello tickets

Complimentary bottled water available on board


What’s Included?

Transportation by private air-conditioned car/minivan with a professional english speaking driver

Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel/accommodation in Florence area

Ferrari museum tickets

Pagani museum tickets

Complimentary bottled water available on board


Will be possible to enjoy a Ferrari test drive

Will be possible to visit the Pagani Factory

The Best Experience for Supercar Lovers

Visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Pagani Museum in San Cesario sul Panaro. Try your favorite fast car and enjoy a light lunch at a typical restaurant in Bologna or Modena area. According the availability will be possible to enjoy a lunch at Ferrari “Cavallino” Restaurant and sit between the Ferrari mechanicals and engineers.


Pagani Automobili S.p.A. (commonly referred to as Pagani) is an Italian manufacturer of sports cars and carbon fiber components. The company was founded in 1992 by the Argentinian Horacio Pagani and is based in San Cesario sul Panaro, near Modena, Italy.

Horacio Pagani, who formerly managed Lamborghini‘s composites department, founded Pagani Composite Research in 1988. This new company worked with Lamborghini on numerous projects, including the restyling of the Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition, the Lamborghini LM002, the P140 design concept, and the Diablo. In the late 1980s, Pagani began designing his own car, then referred to as the “C8 Project”. Pagani planned to rename the C8 the “Fangio F1” to honour his friend, the Argentinian five-time Formula One champion, Juan Manuel Fangio.

In 1991, Pagani established Modena Design to meet the increasing demand for his design, engineering, and prototyping services. In 1992, he began construction of a Fangio F1 prototype, and by 1993, the car was being tested at the Dallara wind tunnel with positive results. In 1994, Mercedes-Benz agreed to supply Pagani with V12 engines. The cost of these cars are at a total of 2.3 million dollars.

The final car was named the Zonda C12, the first of the Zonda line (the Fangio F1 name was dropped out of respect for Fangio, who died in 1995). It was first presented at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show.

In 2005, Pagani announced that it planned to triple its production output within the next three years, and to enter the US market in 2007.

On 30 June 2010, Pagani claimed a new record for production-based cars using the Pagani Zonda R and completing the Nürburgring in 6:47, beating the Ferrari 599XX

Pagani’s first model, the Zonda, is powered by a mid-mounted DOHC V12 engine manufactured by Mercedes-Benz‘s AMG division. The car’s design was inspired by jet fighters and the famous Sauber-Mercedes Silver Arrow Group C cars, and features several unique design elements, including its circular four pipe exhaust system.

The Zonda’s production run ended with the Zonda HP Barchetta. Only three were produced with one unit retained for Horacio Pagani’s personal collection and the other two costing US$15M.


Museo Ferrari (previously known as Galleria Ferrari) is a Ferrari company museum dedicated to the Ferrari sports car marque. The museum is not purely for cars; there are also trophies, photographs and other historical objects relating to the Italian motor racing industry. In addition to that, the exhibition introduces technological innovations, some of which had made the transition from racing cars to road cars.

It is located just 300 m (980 ft) from the Ferrari factory in Ferrari’s home town of Maranello, near ModenaItaly.

The museum first opened in February 1990, with a new wing being added in October 2004. Ferrari itself has run the museum since 1995. The total surface area is now 2,500 square metres. The number of annual visitors to the museum is around 180,000.

The exhibits are mostly a combination of Ferrari road and track cars.

What to bring

Drivers’ license

Camera/ smartphone

Wear comfortable shoes

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