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DRIVES A FERRARI IN MARANELLO

Motorsport Maranello offers you an unforgettable driving experience: drive a Ferrari or Lamborghini on the streets of Maranello, or along the hairpin bends of the Modena Apennines. If you want to experience pure speed, as a real racer, there are TEST DRIVE on the track.

Treat yourself to a great thrill, the dream of a lifetime, come test drive a Ferrari in Maranello! Book your Ferrari ride along the streets of Maranello now, or the adrenaline rush of the track.

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No security deposit or credit card guarantee is required for our road or track Test Drives.

You can decide to change the date of your reservation up to 24 hours in advance, without surcharges or penalties. Subject to checking the availability of the racetrack for track reservations.
Reservations are valid 12 months from the date of purchase.

In case of inability to provide you with the requested service, e.g., due to exceptional bad weather, such that it prevents the reservation from running smoothly, it is possible to change the date of the reservation up to 12 months. Subject to checking the availability of the racetrack for track reservations.

Alternatively, it is possible to request a refund of the reservation, except for the racetrack reservation fee.

You can cancel your reservation up to 7 days from the date of your reservation and request a refund, except for the racetrack fee for track reservations.

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Emilia Romagna sightseeing tours: a journey through the history and traditions of a great region, sitting in the driver’s seat of a Ferrari.

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Modena Racetrack

  • Length of the circuit: 2,007 meters
  • Width: 12 meters, over the entire track
  • 11 Curves
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Ferrari museum tickets

Complete your experience with the Prancing Horse by visiting the Ferrari Museums in Maranello and Modena. You can purchase tickets for both museums or separately.

By purchasing from us you have the following benefits:

  • Free Parking (Maranello)
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F1 Simulator

The Evotek professional simulator, is one of the most advanced professional single-seater racing simulators on the market. Developed through a series of tests conducted by professional drivers, it offers an extremely realistic driving experience.


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What people who have already tried it say!

Lorella Cusin from Facebook
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10 laps on the track accompanied by a wonderful person. Excellent organization, friendliness and friendliness from all staff. See you soon :-)))
Claudio Signorefrom Facebook
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Beautiful morning spent behind the wheel of a Ferrari California accompanied by the great instructor our countryman you guys are great see you again soon.
Stefania R.from TripAdvisor
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Beautiful afternoon! Adrenaline to the top! A great gift for the husband. If you have 3 palanquins, go there, it is beautiful and exciting just to be a passenger in a Ferrari Red!
Samantha Ravanellifrom TripAdvisor
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I had booked a ferrari ride for a birthday present. It was great! Friendly, witty staff! Offers photo shoot, video, bar, shop! In my opinion it is the best among all the others offering the same service near there!
Ivan Pellatifrom Google
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Very well-maintained and cozy premises. Friendly and professional staff. Cars for all "pockets and abilities ": from the more "driveable" California new biturbo, Portofino up to the high-performance 488, via the Lambo Huracane. Everything perfectly maintained from the customer parking lot. Top-notch reception. Top professionalism. Top Top Top
Francis Loretifrom Google
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Thrilling experience aboard a Lamborghini spider x 60 minutes of pure adrenaline Mario the very nice co driver makes you feel at ease ... I'm still shaking ... highly recommended x fans of the genre ... top.
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Test Drive Questions.

The Test Drive reservation is valid for 1 year.
In case you are prevented from taking the Test Drive on the scheduled date, you can contact our staff to arrange a new appointment.

You must come to the Motorsport Maranello office, 61 Dino Ferrari Street, at least 10 minutes before the reservation time to register.

When registering, you must present identification documents and a driver’s license valid in Italy.

The test drive is held along the streets of Maranello, following scenic and picturesque routes. You can view the Test Drive itineraries here.

Test Drive Combo

You can take passengers only in cars equipped with 4 seats, such as the Ferrari California or Ferrari Portofino, at a cost of 20 euros per passenger.
If a 4-seater car is included in the Test Drive, you can carry passengers in that car.

Yes, it is possible to take the Combo Test Drive with two drivers at the same time. For example, if the booked Combo Test Drive is 20 + 20 km, it is possible to go out with the two cars at the same time to do 20 km.
Cars must follow the same route, and drivers must all be registered at check-in.

Track Test Drive

You must come to the Motorsport Maranello office, 61 Dino Ferrari Street, at least 10 minutes before the reservation time to register.

In the case of RaceTrack & Road Test Drive with road cars, after registration at Motorsport Maranello the transfer to the Modena racetrack takes place, during which you will drive the car chosen for the Test Drive.
After the track experience is over, you will drive the same car back to Motorsport Maranello.

In the case of test drives on the track with sports cars, which are not allowed on the road, after registration at Motorsport Maranello you can also decide to arrive at the track with your own vehicles, and be free at the end of the track, but you still have to go through Motorsport Maranello first for registration.

Sportswear is recommended, especially shoes that should be suitable for driving a sports car, preferably with rubber soles.

Come raggiungere maranello

Raggiungere Maranello è molto facile e puoi farlo in diversi modi e con diversi mezzi. Seleziona in basso e segui i suggerimenti.

Maranello si trova vicino a grandi vie di comunicazione come la via Emilia che attraversa tutta la Regione Emilia-Romgna collegando Piacenza e Rimini e a due grandi assi della rete autostradale italiana: l’Autostrada “del Sole” o A1 (Milano-Napoli) e l’Autostrada del Brennero o A22 che collega la Pianura Padana con Austria e Germania.

Per chi arriva in automobile Maranello è a circa 20 minuti dalle uscite Modena Sud e Modena Nord dell’Autostrada.
Per chi arriva da Modena Nord, e sufficiente imboccare la tangenziale seguendo le indicazioni per Sassuolo; proseguire fino alla rotonda di Fiorano e imboccare la Strada Pedemontana, direzione Vignola. Consigliamo di uscire allo svincolo per Maranello, nelle vicinanze degli stabilimenti Ferrari.
Per chi arriva da Modena sud, invece, all’uscita del casello tenere la destra, mettendosi su via Vignolese, in direzione Modena. Proseguire per circa 7 km e alla rotonda “del grappolo d’uva” imboccare la strada statale Nuova Estense in direzione Pavullo – Abetone. Una volta arrivati alla rotonda di Pozza di Maranello, girare a destra in via Vignola seguendo le indicazioni per il Museo Ferrari.

» Mappa parcheggi a Maranello

Gli automobilisti possono rivolgersi all’ACI (Automobile Club d’Italia) per qualsiasi informazione riguardante la mobilità e la viabilità. La delegazione di Maranello si trova in via Trebbo, 34 (Tel. 0536 941035).

Per viaggiare sempre informati è possibile sintonizzarsi sulle stazioni radio 103.3 Mhz (Isoradio) ; su 102.5 (RTL), che forniscono circa ogni mezzora aggiornamenti per la viabilità sulle autostrade; oppure è disponibile 24h/24h il call center Viabilità Autostrade per l’Italia al numero 840-04 21 21.

TAXI

Dalla Stazione dei treni FFSS di Modena è possibile raggiungere Maranello anche in taxi. Il servizio taxi da parte dei vari consorzi locali garantisce ai turisti una tariffa fissa per la tratta che va dalla Stazione dei treni FFSS di Modena al Museo Ferrari, in via Dino Ferrari, 43.
Per prenotare un taxi rivolgersi a:
COTAMO: 059 374242

DA MODENA

Per chi arriva in treno, la stazione ferroviaria FFSS più vicina a Maranello è quella di Modena, in Piazza Dante. Ogni 5 o 10 minuti, dal piazzale all’ingresso della stazione, partono autobus urbani che mettono in collegamento la stazione ferroviaria con il centro della città. In particolare gli autobus n° 7 e 11 fanno fermata presso l’Autostazione di Modena, in via Molza, da cui si può prendere la coincidenza extraurbana per Maranello.
Esistono due linee extra-urbane per arrivare a Maranello: quella che passa per Montale (linea 820), percorrendo la Nuova Estense fino a Pozza; e quella che passa per Formigine (linea 800), lungo la via Giardini, con direzione Abetone o Serramazzoni.
Il capolinea è raggiungibile da via Grizzaga, in corrispondenza dell’ingresso posteriore della fabbrica Ferrari. La fermata più vicina al Museo Ferrari si trova in via Abetone Inferiore, all’altezza del distributore di benzina Esso.
A seconda delle fermate e dell’intensità del traffico le corse durano dai 25-40 minuti.

Dalla stazione ferroviaria di Modena, inoltre è possibile servirsi della linea ferroviaria FER Modena-Sassuolo che ferma al Policlinico, alla “Stazione piccola” (piazzale Manzoni), al Nuovo Ospedale Civico di Baggiovara e prosegue la tratta passando dai centri di Casinalbo e Formigine. La tratta ha una durata di circa 30 minuti.
» Modena – Sassuolo
Una volta arrivati alla stazione dei treni di Sassuolo, si può raggiungere Maranello (che dista circa 8 km) servendosi della linea extraurbana n° 640 (in direzione Vignola).
Maggiori informazioni sul sito web di Seta, azienda di trasporti urbani ed extraurbani di Modena.

DA BOLOGNA

Chi arriva da Bologna in treno, può arrivare a Maranello passando da Modena, oppure servendosi del servizio ferroviario suburbano, che dalla stazione dei treni di Bologna Centrale raggiunge la stazione ferroviaria di Vignola (15 km da Maranello). Il percorso ferma in tutte le stazioni e ha una durata di circa 1 ora (su questa tratta è in vigore la tariffazione ATC. È possibile consultare tariffe e punti vendita direttamente sul sito TPER).
» Bologna – Vignola
Una volta arrivati a Vignola, dall’Autostazione (in via Montanara) è possibile prendere la coincidenza per Maranello, linea extra-urbana 640 – direzione Sassuolo. La corsa ha una durata di circa 20 minuti.

Partendo dall’Autostazione di Modena, in viale Molza, esistono due linee extra-urbane per arrivare a Maranello: quella che passa per Montale (linea 820), percorrendo la Nuova Estense fino a Pozza; e quella che passa per Formigine (linea 800), lungo la via Giardini, con direzione Abetone o Serramazzoni.
Il capolinea è al nuovo terminal in via Grizzaga, dietro la fabbrica della Ferrari. La fermata più vicina al Museo Ferrari è in via Abetone Inferiore, in corrispondenza del distributore di benzina Esso.
A seconda delle fermate e dell’intensità del traffico le corse durano dai 25-40 minuti.

» Linea 800 Modena – Maranello (via Formigine)
» Linea 820 Modena – Maranello (via Montale)

Per l’acquisto dei biglietti extraurbani è necessario rivolgersi agli sportelli SETA o presso rivenditori autorizzati (come tabaccherie, bar o edicole).
La biglietteria ufficiale di Maranello si trova presso il bar Terminal Cubo in Via Grizzaga, 0536 943688

Dal capolinea di Maranello, è inoltre possibile raggiungere importanti località montane dell’Appennino Tosco-Emiliano, come Pavullo, Serramazzoni, Sestola e Pievepelago.

Per ulteriori informazioni:

SETA (Società Emiliana Trasporti Autofiloviari)
Strada Sant’Anna, 210 – 41122 Modena
Tel. 840000216
Sito web: www.setaweb.it

DA BOLOGNA

Chi arriva da Bologna, può arrivare a Maranello andando a Modena in treno, oppure prendendo la linea 671 Bologna – Casalecchio – Bazzano – Vignola che dall’Autostazione di Bologna arriva a Vignola. La corsa dura circa 1 ora.
Una volta arrivati a Vignola, dall’Autostazione (in via Montanara) è possibile prendere la coincidenza per Maranello, linea extra-urbana 640 – direzione Sassuolo. La corsa ha una durata di circa 20 minuti.

Transfer tra Museo Ferrari e Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari

E’ possibile raggiungere Maranello e il Museo Ferrari anche grazie al servizio di collegamento tra la stazione ferroviaria di Modena e il Museo Ferrari di Maranello. Lo speciale shuttle bus è attivo per i soli visitatori del museo e con cadenza ogni ora e mezza. Lo speciale shuttle bus collega, inoltre, il Museo Ferrari di Maranello con il nuovo Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari a Modena, a circa 1 km dalla stazione. Il servizio bus navetta è riservato ai possessori di un biglietto di uno dei Musei (Casa Enzo Ferrari – Museo Ferrari) ed ha un costo aggiuntivo. Per accedere alla navetta è necessario presentare il voucher di prenotazione inviato via e-mail o consegnato alla reception del Museo Ferrari Maranello e/o Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, e provvedere al pagamento del biglietto direttamente all’autista in contanti oppure online e presso la biglietteria del museo con carta di credito.

Biglietto bus navetta
• Per chi visita entrambi i musei: € 10,00 A/R (€ 6,00 solo andata)
• Per chi visita solo uno dei musei: € 11,00 A/R (€ 6,00 solo andata)

Orari navetta:

Modena-Maranello
(Stazione FFSS → Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari → Museo Ferrari (Maranello) )
09:50 – 11:20 – 12:50 – 14:20 – 15:50 – 17:20

Maranello-Modena

(Museo Ferrari (Maranello) → Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari → Stazione FFSS)
10:30 – 12:00 – 13:30 – 15:00 – 16:30 – 18:30

LINK UTILI
» Museo Ferrari Maranello
» Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari Modena

How to get to maranello

Reaching Maranello is very easy and you can do it in different ways and by different means. Select below and follow the suggestions.

Maranello is located near major communication routes such as the via Emilia which runs through the entire Emilia-Romagna region, connecting Piacenza and Rimini, and to two major axes of the Italian highway network: the “Autostrada del Sole” or A1 (Milan-Naples) and the Brenner freeway o A22 which connects the Po Valley with Austria and Germany.

For those arriving by car, Maranello is about 20 minutes from the Modena Sud and Modena Nord exits of the highway.
For those arriving from Modena Nord, simply take the ring road following the signs for Sassuolo; continue to the Fiorano traffic circle and take the Strada Pedemontana, direction Vignola. We recommend exiting at the junction for Maranello, in the vicinity of the Ferrari factories.
For those arriving from south Modena, however, keep to the right at the exit of the tollbooth, putting on Via Vignolese, in the direction of Modena. Continue for about 7 km and at the traffic circle “del grappolo d’uva” take the Nuova Estense state road in the direction of Pavullo – Abetone. Once at the traffic circle in Pozza di Maranello, turn right onto Via Vignola following the signs for the Ferrari Museum.


Parking map in Maranello

Motorists can turn to ACI (Automobile Club of Italy) for any information regarding mobility and traffic. The Maranello delegation is located at 34 Trebbo Street (Tel. 0536 941035).

To travel always informed you can tune in to radio stations
103.3 Mhz (Isoradio)
; on
102.5 (RTL)
, which provide about every half hour updates for the traffic situation on highways; or the Autostrade per l’Italia Viability call center is available 24 hours a day at 840-04 21 21.

TAXI

From the Modena FFSS train station, it is also possible to reach Maranello by cab. Cab service by various local consortia guarantees tourists a fixed fare for the route from Modena’s FFSS train station to the Ferrari Museum at 43 Dino Ferrari Street.
To book a cab contact:

COTAMO:
059 374242

FROM MODENA

For those arriving by train, the nearest FFSS train station to Maranello is Modena, in Piazza Dante. Every 5 to 10 minutes, city buses depart from the square at the station entrance, connecting the train station with the city center. In particular, buses No. 7 and 11 stop at the Modena Bus Station on Via Molza, from which one can take the extra-urban connection to Maranello.
There are two suburban lines to get to Maranello: the one that goes through Montale (
line 820
), running along the Nuova Estense to Pozza; and the one that passes through Formigine (
line 800
), along Via Giardini, going in the direction of Abetone or Serramazzoni.
The terminus can be reached from Grizzaga Street, at the rear entrance of the Ferrari factory. The nearest stop to the Ferrari Museum is on Via Abetone Inferiore, at the Esso gas station.
Depending on stops and traffic intensity, rides take 25-40 minutes.

From the Modena train station, it is also possible to use the FER Modena-Sassuolo railway line, which stops at the Policlinico, the “Little Station” (Piazzale Manzoni), and the New Civic Hospital in Baggiovara, and continues the route via the towns of Casinalbo and Formigine. The route has a duration of about 30 minutes.

Modena – Sassuolo

Once you arrive at the Sassuolo train station, you can reach Maranello (which is about 8 km away) using the
suburban line no. 640
(in the direction of Vignola).
More information on the
website of Seta
, a city and suburban transportation company in Modena.

FROM BOLOGNA

Those arriving from Bologna by train can get to Maranello via Modena, or by using the suburban train service, which runs from Bologna Centrale train station to Vignola train station (15 km from Maranello). The route stops at all stations and has a duration of about 1 hour (ATC pricing is in effect on this route. You can check rates and outlets directly on the website
TPER
).

Bologna – Vignola

Once in Vignola, from the Autostazione (in Via Montanara) it is possible to take the connection to Maranello, extra-urban line 640-direction Sassuolo. The run has a duration of about 20 minutes.

Leaving from theModena Bus Station on Viale Molza, there are two extra-urban lines to get to Maranello: the one that passes through Montale (line 820), running along the Nuova Estense to Pozza; and the one that passes through Formigine (line 800), along the Via Giardini, heading towards Abetone or Serramazzoni.
The terminus is at the new terminal on Grizzaga Street, behind the Ferrari factory. The closest stop to the Ferrari Museum is on Via Abetone Inferiore, at the Esso gas station.
Depending on stops and traffic intensity, rides take 25-40 minutes.


Line 800 Modena
– Maranello (via Formigine)

Line 820 Modena
– Maranello (via Montale)

Suburban tickets can be purchased at SETA counters or at authorized retailers (such as tobacconists, bars or newsstands).
The official ticket office in Maranello is located at the Terminal Cubo bar on Via Grizzaga, 0536 943688

From the Maranello terminus, it is also possible to reach important mountain resorts in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, such as Pavullo, Serramazzoni, Sestola and Pievepelago.

For more information:

SETA (Società Emiliana Trasporti Autofiloviari)
Strada Sant’Anna, 210 – 41122 Modena
Tel. 840000216
Web site: www.setaweb.it

FROM BOLOGNA

Those arriving from Bologna can get to Maranello by going to Modena by train, or by taking
the 671 Bologna line
– Casalecchio – Bazzano – Vignola, which runs from the Bologna bus station to Vignola. The ride takes about 1 hour.
Once you arrive in Vignola, from the bus station (on Via Montanara) you can take the connection to Maranello,
extra-urban line 640
– Sassuolo direction. The run has a duration of about 20 minutes.

Transfer between Ferrari Museum and Enzo Ferrari House Museum

It is also possible to reach Maranello and the Ferrari Museum thanks to the connecting service between the Modena train station and the Ferrari Museum in Maranello. The special shuttle bus operates for museum visitors only and every hour and a half. The special shuttle bus also connects the Ferrari Museum in Maranello with the new Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, about 1 km from the station. The shuttle bus service is reserved for ticket holders of one of the Museums (Casa Enzo Ferrari – Ferrari Museum) and has an additional cost. To access the shuttle, you must present the reservation voucher sent by e-mail or given to the front desk of the Ferrari Maranello Museum and/or Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, and arrange to pay the ticket directly to the driver in cash or online and at the museum ticket office with a credit card.

Shuttle bus ticket
– For those visiting both museums: €10.00 round trip (€6.00 one way)
– For those visiting only one of the museums: €11.00 round trip (€6.00 one way)

Shuttle schedule:

Modena-Maranello
(FFSS Station → Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari → Ferrari Museum (Maranello) )
09:50 – 11:20 – 12:50 – 14:20 – 15:50 – 17:20

Maranello-Modena

(Ferrari Museum (Maranello) → Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari → FFSS Station)
10:30 – 12:00 – 13:30 – 15:00 – 16:30 – 18:30

USEFUL LINKS.

Ferrari Museum Maranello


Enzo Ferrari House Museum Modena

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