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Italian Food and Museo Ferrari Small Group Tour from Bologna Including Gourmet Lunch

Highlights
  • See more of Emilia-Romagna on this packed daylong tour
  • Great value: visit a cheese producer, vinegar estate, and prosciutto factory
  • Priority admission to the Ferrari Museum
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Italian Food and Museo Ferrari Small Group Tour from Bologna Including Gourmet Lunch
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Overview

The birthplace of Parmesan cheese, balsamic vinegar, and Ferrari, the Emilia-Romagna region offers travelers soul-satisfying food and thrills. With this tour, get good value for time and money by packing in the area’s most popular activities in one day. Skip generic sightseeing for visits to artisan food makers, do three food and wine tastings, have a multi-course meal, and opt to take a test drive at the Ferrari Museum.

What to Expect

After pickup from select hotels and locations in central Bologna, an air-conditioned minibus takes you out of the city. Make your first stop at a Emilia-Romagna cheesemaker to hear how Parmigiano-Reggiano is made and sample some of the tangy cheese.

Step back in the van and continue to Modena, the capital of balsamic vinegar. Learn about “black gold” vinegar and the local vinegar-making traditions. Then, head to a prosciutto factory to sample the cured ham to uncover the secrets of its curing process.

The next stop is the Ferrari Museum (Museo Ferrari) for a guided tour, with priority admission. Opt to test drive a Ferrari at your own expense if you like.

After a multi-course lunch at a family-run restaurant (see Itinerary for a sample menu), your transportation drops you off at select Bologna locations.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great Day of Food and Ferrari

A very memorable day for our family. There was not a moment of boredom for our 14 year old and 10 year old children. It is a very full on day however, each of the food stops are not far from one another, there is...More

Thank Karolina N
Reviewed 1 week ago
If you like Ferrari's and she likes culinary delights then this is the "Must Do" tour for you.

I wanted to spend a day in the "auto highway" in Modena visiting Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati factories but my wife wanted to learn and taste the cheese, prosciutto, Balsamic vinegar and hand made tortellini of the region. This tour does both. We were picked...More

Thank Mazram
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A great way to spend the day!

Everything on this tour was great. The prosciutto, vinegar and Parmesan-Reggiano stops were all great. I especially appreciate that they selected local purveyors to visit. We had a great tour and terrific food at each stop. Cherries were in season when we visited so our...More

Thank D D
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile
Great trip, great value, great day!!

This is a great value deal. We got to visit a lot of different places with extensive and comprehensive look into each, including visiting the parmigiano reggiano, prosciutto, aceto balsamico production facilities, as well as Ferrari headquarters. Matt, our tour guide, was thevery knowledgeable and...More

Thank Peter T
Reviewed 12 June 2018
Great day highly recommend

Max was a great guide on our day trip, enjoyed the whole experience the passion at all the visits to the producers was infectious. Learnt a lot about the foods of the region and also had great tasting sessions accompanied by wine. The lunch was...More

2  Thank christine c
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Refilwe M
5 August 2018|
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Response from Melody F | Reviewed this property |
No. You need to be in Bologna. They also do one from Modena as far as I remember. Venice is a couple of hours drive away.
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John T
28 May 2018|
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Response from primadonna | Reviewed this property |
The price depends upon the model of the Ferrari and the length of the ride. We opted for the Ferrari California since I wanted to ride along in the ( small) back seat. It was 320 Euros for a 30 minute ride. The shorter... More
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zoeny1
15 May 2018|
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Response from Archidogmom | Reviewed this property |
you need to contact the vendor....i'm just a traveller
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