If you’re an engine enthusiast, you can’t miss the chance to head to the Emilia-Romagna region, an area that boasts one of the world’s largest concentrations of luxury, fast and beautiful motorsports and motorcycles. The land of supercars covers an area of about 1,000 square kilometers, is the home of Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati and Ducati among many other brands.
Emilia-Romagna is also the origin of the name Motor Valley (roughly translated: Motor Valley), where speed becomes a way of life. It’s rare to find automobile and motorcycle manufacturers, motorsports tracks, museums and collectors all in one place.
As Ferrari founder – Enzo Ferrari – said: “You cannot describe passion, you can only experience it”. To really experience the speed, Motor Valley offers visitors an unforgettable array of things to do in motor country’s most iconic locations.
Any speed fanatic experiences a wide range of activities in Motor Valley: From museums dedicated to Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati to driving experiences on the most famous Formula 1 and MotoGP tracks, visit. The factory produces the most prestigious car lines in the world.
Italy’s Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Ducati and Pagani all come from the same region. Photo: Motor Valley.
The factory tour will give visitors a greater appreciation of the Italian automakers that understand the unique pride among collectors, connoisseurs and automobile aficionados.
One of the interesting stops on a tour of the valley is the Ferrari Museum, which showcases the company’s models and recounts its extraordinary origins.
After the cars, visitors can visit the Ducati Factory and Museum. The Ducati Museum was renovated in 2016 to celebrate its 90th anniversary with a new look and content.
The museum is a true journey into the legend that marks the history of the company, known around the world for style, performance and pursuit of perfection. During the visit, visitors can see the different stages of engine assembly and processing, vehicle assembly lines, and tests.
Ducati production line. Photo: Ducati Holding.
If you plan to experience a few days in the land of engines, you should take the time to take a safe driving course here. Besides, Emilia-Romagna is also the land of cuisine. The dishes here are considered one of the most exquisite dishes of Italy, including Balsamic vinegar, Tortelli noodles…
Besides, visitors can visit the castle Castello di Torrechiara to learn more and immerse in the history of the Italian land. The castle is characterized by its splendid frescoes.
Castle of Castello di Torrechiara. Photo: Wine and Travel Italy.
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