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

From US$191.30
  • 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
Italian Food and Museo Ferrari Small Group Tour from Bologna Including Gourmet Lunch
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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 out

We were collected at the Apple Store bright and early. The bus was comfortable (has USB ports in case your phone goes flat so bring a charger!) and the commentary from our guide, Max, was insightful and interesting. First stop was the cheese factory which...More

1  Thank Melody F
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing day trip!

What a fantastic day! We visited the Parmesan, prosciutto and balsamic vinegar factories where the processes were explained and there was plenty to try! The Ferrari museum was also interesting, even for someone not interested in cars. Andrea was a great guide, full of so...More

2  Thank Lucy F
Reviewed 19 February 2018
Fast cars and Fine dining

This tour was what made me take the day to go to Bologna and I felt it was well worth it. Highlights of this tour was definitely the Ferrari factory and being able to drive my dream car! The meal following suit to this was...More

1  Thank Grant N
Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile
Best day in Bologna

I chose to do this tour on my birthday and I had one of the best days in my entire 6 week holiday. I couldn’t fault a single thing, and enjoyed every moment. I particularly enjoyed the visit to the Parmigiano Reggiano factory and watching...More

1  Thank Cakelady78
Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile
A must do - Excellent day trip!

I highly recommend Andrea’s tour company. He has a unique quality that allows him to meet the needs of all the guests. He goes above and beyond to make sure everybody has a great time. While I usually take a private tour, in this instance...More

Thank Rani A
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Response from Melody F | Reviewed this property |
We were back in the center of Bologna not long before 6pm.