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Great trip. The visit to the cheese farm was very interesting. Lunch was amazing and Marinello was great , museum was interesting .
Great day with Julio and Raul!
It was a small group tour which made it very pleasant and personal.
My husband loved the Ferrari museum and I loved very rustic experience of Tuscany.
Will use again.
One of the seven days my wife and I were in Florence we took the Viator Emilia-Romagna Day Trip with Museo Ferrari Admission and Food Tours and it was an outstanding day one of the highlights of our 12 days in Italy. We only had seven people on the tour and we had an excellent driver/guide, Luca Marrocchella who spoke perfect English. Luca first drove us to the town where the Ferrari museum is located and before going to the museum we were able to drive a Ferrari Formula One simulator and choose which Formula One race course we wanted to drive. For an additional fee, we could also drive one of several models of Ferrari out on the street. Driving the simulator was good enough for me feeling driving the simulator was well worth the price of the day tour. We then had free time at the Ferrari museum before driving to a country restaurant for an excellent meal with wine. Then on to a tour of a family Balsamic winery where learning the production process was extremely interesting. Following the Balsamic tour, we visited a family Parmigiano cheese producer a large producer of Parmigiano in Italy. The lady who owns the cheese facility did not speak English, however, Luca was able to interpret the explanation of the cheese process and also have all of our questions answered. Luca made this overall day tour one which we will not forget - we highly recommend this tour.
This tour was amazing! We were very pleased with everything. The tour guide was so knowledgeable about all of our stops and was so helpful. All of the details were taken care of, from the tour bus to lunch and everything in between, that we truly didn't have to do anything except enjoy our time on the tour. We wanted a tour of the Ferrari Museum and received so much more than we could have imagined! Definitely worth the time and money :
This tour was lead by Lucca of Ciaoflorence Tours and Travels was very knowledgeable of the places we visited and saw on the trip. The tour gave us plenty of time to wander around the Ferrari museum and was the followed by an excellent lunch at a country restaurant named Bolognina. This was followed by a trip to Acetaia Serent vinegar and olive oil producer, and then onto Agricole Caretti to see how Parmigianno Reggiano was made, starting from the dairy farm to their store.
Absolutely one of the best day tours I have ever had! The events were all exciting and fun and we had enough time at each venue to enjoy ourselves.The lunch was delicious and featured local food and wine. Niccolo is an amazing guide and host. I would highly recommend this trip to others!
What fun! We didn't understand beforehand that it would be a combined Vespa and Fiat tour, but it worked out ok. Our guide, Fabio, was extremely knowledgable, FUN, and very attentive. The lunch was fabulous ... At a private farm overlooking a beautiful hillside. This was the highlight of our Florence trip. The only negative was that by following the Vespas you don't get the Fiat above 3rd gear ... And it is pretty slow going. But, the views of Florence are breathtaking!
This trip is not only fantastic just because of the Ferrari drive. To my surprise, the cheese factory and balsamic factory are equally interesting. And with a wonderful guide, we really enjoy this trip! Must Go!!
Gencho D Malta
Splendid! Best trip I went so far. I would go again if I had to go to florence another time. Well done very well organised.
Our tour guide and bus driver were very knowledgable and kind. My husband drove the ferrari and I was a passenger. I wasn't feeling well for the rest of the tour and I was allowed to rest on the bus and the driver checked on me to make sure I was ok and the tour guide.
Amazing all day tour w traditional Tuscan lunch meal. We went for the Ferrari Museum but the cheese factory and the balsamic vinegar farm were more interesting and educational
Great experience on the Museo Ferrari and food tour to cheese factory as well as the vinegar yard. Satisfied with the arrangements and lunch arranged, nice and big portions. Funny and helpful tour guide who knows a lot of different countries languages, well communication and very friendly. Highly recommend the tour.
Julian W Australia
Tour was amazing! Matteo and Antonio were great guides during the tour. 5 Stars!!!!
Our tour guide was Aldo, and he was excellent. If you can request a guide, he is one to ask for by name.
There was one other couple on our tour so it was very much at a personal level. The Ferrari museum was great and included drive time in a simulator -- lots of fun there. From there we had an outstanding lunch of italian cuisine, followed by a Basalmic vinegar tasting, which was educational and fun. Last stop was a parmesan cheese producer where we sampled the wares, and as an added bonus, this cheese producer also had an on-site museum of Maserati cars and old motorcycles. Talk about a bonus, all because Aldo knew where to go and had some great personal connections.
Mind, we are not sports car enthusiasts but this was a very fun day. Highly recommended. If you have deep pockets, you can even drive a Ferrari.
One of the best tours we experienced in Italy.
We were transported in a private black people mover which was comfortable.
Aldo our guide was engaging, knowledgeable and friendly. He took us on a tour of the Ferrari museum, a traditional balsamic vinegar estate and a parmigiano cheese farm.
Aldo was at all times courteous and spoke English very well. He also wanted share his passion for food and cars.
I would highly recommend this tour with Aldo!
This tour was great! It is a bit of a long drive to Modena but the tastings were fantastic and informative and the Ferrari Museum was really fun! It was a smallish group and the drive was actually nice because it gave us a chance to chat. The lunch was quite good too and very generous helpings, I was very full afterward.
It was a long drive there but the boys really enjoyed the Ferrari museum and the time spent there was just enough. Balsamic and Parmesan tour were interesting and the lunch was good. Tour guide could have given some information about the areas we were driving through on the way.
Museum was as expected - so good. Balsamic tour one of the highlights of European trip.
This tour is a nice combination of activities. Die-hard Ferrari fans may leave wishing for more but lunch was delicious and I have become a balsamic vinegar snob.
This tour was a good fit for our family of 4. We treated my husband and the kids to a ride in a Ferrari after visiting the museum. It was interesting to see the production of vinegar and Parmesan reggiano through the eyes of our guide and translator who was also quite the comedian.
Ferreri experience was a great pleasure for my son . Was truly impressive to learn how to make real balsamic vinegar and parmesan cheese . I recommend the tour to all who have enough time.
This is a good tour if you do not have a car. But, we had a car and found out we kept driving by this place. The food was wonderful. NO car, do tour
Cheese and balsamic tours we good.
Balsamic tasting was great, cheese tasting was none existent.
Ferrari museum is more of a showroom/showcase of vehicles. Limited history or technical information is provided.
Long wait for those who don and #39;t do the Ferrari test drive. Timing is a bit disjointed.
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