Maranello Travel Guide

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Maranello Things to Do

  • Ferrari museum

    This museum welcomes more than 200.000 visitors from all over the world every year, as I said in my introduction, many many many more than Modena's dome.The museum is structured in separated theme areas to satisfy the curiosity of the fan of the new model and the expert of the historical ones.

  • Lovely cars

    Spent a couple of hours wandering round the Ferrari museum,nice pleasant way to spend a Sunday afternoon. They allow cameras in,it cost 13 Euros for an adult.Outside the museum,I was accosted by a lady who offered me the chance to drive a ferrari for 10 minutes for 50 Euros,I told her no..I`ll drive my own when I get home...Needless to say,she...

  • Ferrari fa!

    Galleria Ferrari costs 12 euro. We spent 35 minutes and got a refund. It is interesting but only if you are there locally anyway. Do not come too far to see this. The road directions are wrong on the web and the road signs are few. Where we stayed in a little tuscan town there were 6 Ferraris in a Motor shop you could look at. There are Lamborghini...

  • The Fiorano Test Track

    Located on the southern edge of Maranello (just 1.5km from the Galleria) is the Fiorano Test Track. The track was built in 1972, and is the place that the new Ferrari's are tested.The track is used by mechanics and the racing teams for training purposes and also by drivers for testing and practice. The track is not used for racing, and there are no...

  • Galleria Ferrari

    No visit should be made to Maranello without visiting the Ferrari museum, Galleria Ferrari. You will find a superb selection of road and race cars from throughout the decades on display over 2 floors. There is also a small merchandise shop and cafe. A definite must for anyone interested in motoring and motoring history.

  • More Ferrari Stuff

    The Ferrari factory is also located in Maranello. Unfortunately the general public can't visit it unless they buy a Ferrari first! This was a little out of our holiday budget, so we made do with hanging around one of the factory gates for a while, hoping to see some Ferrari action.We were in luck, seeing a few shiny new cars coming and going. Much...

  • Galleria Ferrari

    For all you car enthusiasts out there, a visit to Galleria Ferrari is a must!! The Galleria is the Ferrari company's museum, and it is a very impressive set up. The entry fee may seem a bit steep, but you are able to get up close to some of the most beautiful cars ever made, not to mention checking out Michael Schumacher's Formula One winning...

  • Fiorano Test Track

    If you are in luck you may get a chance to see Michael Shumacher roaring around the track. Unfortunately I was not in luck!

  • Dream cars

    The Formula1 inspired "Enzo". Even if you could afford it, you would have to stand in line to buy it. Sigh...

  • A Great Canadian driver

    Jilles Villeneuve's winning F1 car. Jilles was arguably Ferrari's greatest driver and certainly Enzo Ferrari's favourite. He died during practice for the Belgium Grand Prix (Zolder) on May 8, 1982.

  • Pista di Fiorano

    Not far from Galleria Ferrari there's the famous "circuito di Fiorano" where all Ferrari's car are tested and where people owning a Ferrari car can go to run faster than allowed in ordinary streets

  • Galleria Ferrari (4)

    The second section is dedicated to Formula 1, to the engines and to part of the trophy and cups won along the years

  • Galleria Ferrari (3)

    The first section of the Galleria is dedicated to Enzo Ferrari and to the history of his factory, until the management of Luca Cordero di Montezemolo.

  • Galleria Ferrari (2)

    The Galleria is laid out over several rooms, devoted to the display of historic cars, Formula 1 cars and modern Grand Tourers. Also on show, examples of innovative technologies, trophies, technical drawings, films and photographs, as well as the Ferrari Shop containing original Ferrari items.

  • Galleria Ferrari (1)

    The Galleria Ferrari is housed in a modern and functional building, and it was opened in February 1990.The ticket cost is 12€ (not cheap at all!!!) and it is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Maranello Hotels

  • Locanda del Mulino

    Via Nuova Estense 3430, Maranello, 41053, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Maranello Palace

    Via Grizzaga 71, Maranello, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Maranello Village

    Viale Terra delle Rosse 12, Maranello, 41053, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

Maranello Restaurants

  • Gnocco fritto & Tigelle

    After the visit of Maranello museum we finally went to have lunch and I finally had the chance to taste the local gnocco fritto and tigelle. Tigellas(photo 1) are small discs consisting of clay taken from underground, which was then mixed with refractory earth and water to make the disc.Gnocco fritto, literally fried gnocco(photo 2) is made of...

  • Local Cuisine and Ferrari Memorabilia

    After a visit to Galleria Ferrari and a wander around town it was time for lunch. We headed to the place where the Ferrari 'people' dine, Ristorante Montana, which is located just on the edge of Maranello, beside the Ferrari test track.Ristorante Montana was founded in 1967, and is these days run by three generations of family members which helps...

  • Dining with a Ferrari theme.

    The location of this restaurant right opposite the main gates of Ferrari gives a clue as to what to expect inside. The restaurant has many items of Ferrari memorabilia hanging from the walls and many photos from throughout the decades. Enzo Ferrari himself used to dine here and his son Dino lived in the flat above. The food was a mixed range of...


Maranello Transportation

  • Travel by public transport to Maranello

    If you want to visit the Galleria Ferrari by public transport, you can take a train to Modena, then walk to the central bus station (about 10 minutes) and take a bus to Maranello. Tickets cost €2.18 each way. Don't bother going to the tourist office. They don't know much and aren't really helpful in any way.Once in Maranello, it's best to walk the...

  • Getting to Maranello & Parking

    Maranello is located only 17km from Maranello and 49km from Bologna, so it is an easy day/half day trip from either place. We stayed in Modena and headed to Maranello first thing by car. The drive there is fairly easy, and is well signposted.If you don't have a car you can catch a bus from Modena. In Modena it departs from the bus station on Via...

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Maranello Shopping

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    Ferrari Shop: Ferrari Shop

    by sue_stone Written Nov 9, 2006

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    Located just down the road from Galleria Ferrari is the Ferrari Shop. Even if you have no intention of buying any Ferrari merchandise I recommend a browse here, it is guaranteed to give you a laugh at some of the things for sale.

    The shop sells the usual things you would expect, such as hats & clothing all emblazed with the Ferrari logo. And there are Ferrari mugs, key rings, decks of cards, toys etc.

    What to buy: Do you have a young child - wouldn't they look special in their very own set of Ferrari leathers?! And how about a mini Ferrari to drive around in?

    My favourite item on sale was Ferrari Barbie, complete with Ferrari leather knee high boots and her own luggage. My only regret is that I didn't buy one.

    Open every day from 10am to 7pm

    What to pay: Not for the budget shopper

    Ferrari Barbie clothing mini ferrari replica steering wheels Ferrari Shop
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