Discover Emilia Romagna from Florence: Maranello and Ferrari, Fico Eataly and Bologna

Discover Emilia Romagna from Florence: Maranello and Ferrari, Fico Eataly and Bologna

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One day excursion from Florence: the Ferrari Factory, food park and Bologna

Get ready for a unique and different tour from Florence that will set out to discover some of the authentic Made in Italy. Immerse yourself in the world of fast cars with a tour of the Ferrari factory and museum  and then discover Fico Eataly, the biggest food park in the world. 

Tour per piccoli gruppi a Maranello, Bologna e Fico Eataly highlights: 

  • Explore the world of Ferrari and visit the Ferrari Museum and factory in Maranello
  • Visit Fico Eataly, the largest food park in the world
  • Immerse yourself into the true world of the Italian authentic brands and discover the Made in Italy in just one day
  • Visit the elegant city centre of Bologna
  • Leave Florence for one day and travel in total comfort in order to reach the beautiful Emilia Romagna

Day trip of the Made in Italy: Ferrari, Fico Eataly and Bologna

Step into the world of authentic Italian products, the symbols of being an Italian and one of the most exciting things to do from Tuscany. If there is something about Italy that everyone knows, that is fast cars, good food and great fashion. Join us for a unique tour from Tuscany that sets out to combine some of these experiences!

A tour that will let you know some of the best Italian products

Our daily excursion from Florence will give an unmatched level of diversity, from visiting the Ferrari factory in Maranello, to Fico Eataly and the city of Bologna. All these activities in a single tour will give you a high level of excitement, a veritable tour of the authentic Italy. 
Thanks to this tour, you will leave Florence and in just one day you will be able to get in touch with the authentic Made in Italy and to experience emotions and tastes you will never forget.

Visit Maranello and the Ferrari Museum for an unforgettable experience

Start with a visit to Maranello with access to the Ferrari Museum, the temple of Ferrari cars, where you can admire the Prancing Horse brand and the stupendous cars, photographs, trophies and so much more. You will also be able to experience what it means to work at Ferrari and make a car, to try a test simulator for 10 minutes, and to admire the trophies won by the Ferrari racing teams all over the world and years.

Visit Eataly and Bologna

After this amazing Ferrari experience, you will move on to discover some of the traditional products in the area, with a visit of Fico Eataly, world's largest agri-food park, which aims to aggregate all the phases of Italian food creation, from the cultivation to the restaurants, all in about 2 hectares of open air fields and stables. Here, you will also have the chance to taste some typical products of Emilia Romagna, such as Parmigiano reggiano, ham of Parma and balsamic vinegar. 
After this "tasty" visit, it will be time to discover the main city of Emilia Romagna: Bologna. You will have some free time at disposal to stroll around the city centre, trhough the most important attractions, like Piazza Maggiore and the Cathedral of San Petronio. 

More day tours from Florence

If you wish to spend a special day from Florence, have a look at our day trip to Cinque Terre from Florence or the small group day trip to Assisi and Cortona.

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Reviewed by lovetowineanddine from United States

An awesome day in Maranello

This was one of the best tours we took on our honeymoon. Our guide was just fantastic for this full day tour, and as it turns out quite a car buff himself. Really a very nice fellow. First he took us to Ferrari. I admit I was like a kid in a Hot Wheels factory. I drove a Ferrari F430 and even got a video of the drive and certificate to take home. Next came the Ferrari museum. My wife had to drag me out. It was just great. Two things here. Do NOT miss the opportunity to drive the Ferrari and get the video. You will not regret it, I promise. Second thing, try the F1 simulator in the Ferrari museum. It's hard, but a blast. Next they took us for a three course lunch. It was a really good lunch of local foods and a very interesting (and dangerous) chilled sparkling red wine. Never heard of it? Neither had I, but darn was it good. After lunch was a tour of a farm that made Balsamic Vinegar. We were there in season so we got to witness the entire process and learn what makes for a great Balsamic. This tour ended with a tasting of the different vinegars. A note here is to definitely buy some to bring home. The balsamic vinegar that you buy in the grocery store or from Epicure is garbage by comparison. It really is that good and we learned that there is definitely a difference in the age of good Balsamic vinegars. The final stop was a farm that makes fresh Parmigiano Reggiano. I really do mean fresh. The cows are right outside the door. This tour explained in great detail how the cheese was made, stored and aged. We learned how to test it and then got to taste it. Again, bring home some one and three year old samples. It is the best Parmigiano you'll ever eat. Finally we took a quick tour of the barns to see the cows and process. We were very fortunate to be able to play with a calf that had just been born 30 minutes before we got to the barns. We learned so much on this tour, experienced so much and had a fantastic time. It may seem pricey compared to other tours but I assure you they give excellent value and if you participate fully it will be an experience you'll never forget.
Reviewed by Micheal G from Australia

Ferrari tour

The day tour to Ferrari with Alejandro was fantastic. We had a small group with a small comfortable van.Alejandro was very accomodating, funny, knew a lot about the area and its history. The lunch was delicious and the visits to the balsamic vinegar producer and the cheese producers were great and fascinating.The ferrari museum was a petrol heads dream come true. The biggest highlight was the test drive of the ferrari of course. All up we would highly recommend this tour
Reviewed by Danny W from Colombia

the world of ferrari and good food

traveling aboard a comfortable bus we arrived in Maranello where we attendevono for us to visit the city and their factory museum ferrari, we could see many car models also Formula One and the brand new ferrari. Our guide alejandro has also led us to visit the country house where a family has been producing balsamica vinegar black we tasted with the cheese , lunch pasta with Italian sausage and red wine, in return we stopped to see a farm tractor with parmesan cheese and cows. all great thanks to the kindness of all the staff of the agency we could daydream in a world ferrari and good food.
Reviewed by bibbycat from Australia

Ferrari Day Tour

Small group (8) of enthusiasts enjoyed a great day out with My Tour. Our tour guide - Alejandro - was sensational. Tour consisted of all things Ferrari in the morning and then branched too Balsamic Vinegar and Parma Cheese (although this also turned into an amazing private collection of cars, tractors and motorbikes including Maserati's, Lamborghini, Mercedes and others). Alejandro made sure everyone was taken care of on the tour including giving non drivers of the Ferraris the chance to ride (very fast) in one. Some of the guys had paid extra to drive the cars. For non drivers, including my 11 year old son, they were positively shaking with excitement after their drive. Lunch was in a small Trattoria and included bread, pasta, rabbit, meats, limoncello, Nutella etc and included red and white wine and soft drinks and was excellent. We bought an optional tour of the Ferrari factory and race track which was ok but wouldn't be fussed if missed as really didn't see that much. The Ferrari museum included in trip however was fabulous! Given was a small group we travelled in a mini-bus. For those not familiar with Italian driving - do not sit anywhere in front where you can see the traffic.