Choose our Pagani, Lamborghini and Ferrari museum and factory day trip from Milan to discover the treasures of the Land of Motors and live the myth of the Italian top supercars.
Pagani, Lamborghini and Ferrari Museum And Factory Day Trip From Milan
Pagany Factory, Lamborghini Museum and Factory and Ferrari Museum are the top attractions of the “Land of Motors“: a relatively small area between Modena and Bologna in northern Italy where the major Italian producers of super cars and motorbikes (Pagani, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Ducati, Maserati) are based.
Our tour will allow you to visit production facilities and prestigious private collections in the museums of Pagani, Lamborghini and Ferrari dream cars.
This is the ultimate trip for supercar enthusiasts!
- Pagani Factory tour in San Cesario sul Panaro, Lamborghini Museum and Factory tour in Sant’Agata, Ferrary Museum visit in Maranello
- Duration: 11 hours. Departure from your hotel in Milan at 9,00 am. Arrival in hotel at 8,00 pm.
- code: 031213
€ 350,00 by private car with driver
€ 480,00 by minibus with driver (not collective tour)
This is a personal trip by private car with driver for one group of clients only.
Lamborghini Museum, Lamborghini Factory, Ferrari Museum entrance fees are not included in the above price: contact us for a quote.
- Round-trip transport from Milan
- Experience the best of Italy’s “Land of Motors” and see many of the world’s finest supercars
- Admire the Huayra, the fastest car in the world, in the Pagani Factory
- Live the myth of Ferrari in the amazing 2,500 square metres Ferrari Museum
- Visit one of the most advanced manufacturing facilities in the world: Lamborghini Factory
- Admire how the supercars are hand-crafted in high-tech facilities, through official guided tours
Leaving Milan, your first stop will be at the small village called San Cesario sul Panaro, close to Modena, where you will visit the Pagani Factory.
This is where they produce the fastest car in the world, the Huayra, completely hand made.
A showroom will introduce you to the history of the founder Horacio Pagani and of his company, and to variants of the Zonda, included the race version Zonda R, the car that lapped the Nürburgring in 6:47, claiming the record for production-based cars from the Ferrari 599XX.
The tour continues with a guided tour of the Pagani laboratory, which allows you to see the construction phases of the latest models, the Zonda and the Huayra. You will see the careful assemblage process step by step next to the workers.
Continue to Sant’Agata (just outside Bologna), the home town of Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini complex in this small village includes several facilities: Lamborghini’s company headquarters, the Lamborghini Factory, a prototyping center, a lightweight construction center, the official Lamborghini Museum and the Lamborghini Store.
The two-storey Lamborghini Museum, inaugurated in 2001, will be your first stop.
Displayed on both floors of the Museum are the cars that have made Lamborghini history from the Sixties to the present. A number of incredible collectors’ cars, polished to a gleaming shine, are on display: the exhibition includes vintage, race and concept cars from the 60s to today: 350 GT (in 1963), Diablo, Miura (in 1966), Countach (in 1973), Espada, F1 single-seaters, Gallardo, Murciélago, Sesto Elemento, Reventón, Huracán and Aventador.
The visit to the Museum will help you get a complete overview of the history of this world-famous brand.
Aftert the Museum, enjoy the Lamborghini Factory tour: an official Lamborghini factory guide will escort you in the factory, one of the most advanced manufacturing facilities in the world.
You will see how every detail of a Gallardo or Murcièlago is hand-crafted in the assembly lines.
Then make your way to Modena to explore the Ferrari Museum, which is located next to the factory and Fiorano test track.
The Ferrari Museum tells the story of one of the most prestigious Italian automobile houses.
You will have a full immersion of the history of the myth of Ferrari. Race trophies, photograps, multimedia displays help explain the exhibits, in addition to the cars.
You will admire many of Ferrari’s most iconic cars from throughout its history, included the single‐seater that won Ferrari its first world championship in 1951, and the all‐conquering F1 car driven by Michael Schumacher.
The attractions of this amazing Museum also include a professional drive simulator (test yourself on the Monza track!), an impressive pit-stop reconstruction.
The Ferrari factory is not open to the public (unless you own a Ferrari), but you can spend some time in the Ferrari Store instead, where you can buy the official Ferrari merchandising, before heading back to Milan.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off in Milan
- Transfer by air-conditioned minibus
What’s Not Included
- Lamborghini Museum entrance, Lamborghini Factory entrance, Ferrari Museum entrance (enquiry for the quote) Pagani entrance
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks