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time. But they really know what they’re talking about, so it’s nice to listen and learn. It’s 150€ per guide and they need to be booked in advance. If you’re a small group and can split the cost, then it is totally worth it.

There is a bus tour called the “Factory & Track Tour,” but you don’t get off the bus, so basically you can’t see that

The F40 and the 458 Italia—wow. Did you know that mister Enzo Ferrari actually prefers yellow over red? So, if you’re a true Enzo fan you should absolutely get

errari open your factory doors because I want in! I loved seeing the Lamborghini factory, and I would have loved to see the Ferrari factory, but they wouldn’t let me in until I’m rich enough to buy a Ferrari, so I’ll just have to wait.

much of the assembly line. I didn’t try it, though. I’m sure the tour is alright, but I’d prefer the full menu and not just an appetizer. BUT the Official Ferrari Museum in Maranello is a cool place even though you’re not allowed to see the assembly lines. Nice cars (see the photos) and I had such a nice guide (Andrea M.) that I have to recommend a guided tour there, even though I’m usually the type of person who prefers to wander around solo and take my own

a yellow Ferrari. Standing next to a Ferrari Enzo (or the shell of it) and to see the proportions… it’s a spaceship. It would suit me and I already have a pair of matching silver astronaut pants. That car is seriously low, wide, long, and it’s all over the place. The problem, however, is that I would look almost too cool if I owned one, but no worries, because I will never afford one anyway! But hey, instead of listening to me why not just view the photos?


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