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Museo Storico Alfa Romeo

Viale Alfa Romeo, 20020 Arese, Italy
+39 02 4442 5511
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A highlight of our Italian holiday

My husband and I have both owned Alfas - he's currently on his 3rd Brera (supercharged) and I have... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
BlackdownAlpaca
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Devon
Nice museum that mixes the Alfa Romeo history with that of the famous Italian design companys

The museum is a fresh and modern walk-through of the Alfa Romeo history, involving both the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
JesperS
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Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Viale Alfa Romeo, 20020 Arese, Italy
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Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband and I have both owned Alfas - he's currently on his 3rd Brera (supercharged) and I have had 2 Mitos, so we were keen to experience this museum. It didn't disappoint and kept us both fully engaged for almost three hours. We liked...More

1  Thank BlackdownAlpaca
Reviewed 3 days ago

The museum is a fresh and modern walk-through of the Alfa Romeo history, involving both the prototypes, the racing cars and the more every day models. The exhibit uses a lot of technology to facilitate the story telling, which I think works well. Also the...More

Thank JesperS
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had high hopes for this trip. Having been touring Europe in our 939 Spider with friends in their Boxster, and having previously visited the Porsche museum in Stuttgart, I was disappointed at the Alfa museum. It was more expensive at €12 each, and lacked...More

Thank Hugh B
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's the second time I have visited the museum. The first time when it just opened and the second time a few weeks ago with a friend. My impression the first time was good, but the museum seemed unfinished. Lots of open/un-used space in the...More

1  Thank newab2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I really recommend this museum. Great to see the history of Alfa Romeo. We have one at home in Norway. Nice films and cars! In the restaurant they played horrible music, and I had to Ask 3 times before they turned it down. Improve your...More

Thank sigrids301
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have been waiting and thinking about this visit nearly my entire life. Its a big trip for me travelling from Australia. But its a pilgrimage all Alfisiti must make. (You will spend a lot of time here, so before entering eat some food at...More

2  Thank orgazmatronication
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Apologies if you're a big Alfa fan but although I can't quite put my finger on it, I just expected more. The cars are laid out in almost chronological order with new ones available for perusal (and purchase) in the showroom at end of tour....More

2  Thank nnmercman
Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

It's a great place to undertand the history of the car maker. The cars are in excelent condition. The 3D movie is great. But..but..but the service of the sales person in the alfa romeo dealership is the worse I ever feel in my life. I...More

Thank Nathaniel M
Reviewed 15 July 2017

We agree, for Alfa enthusiasts this is a must-see. The museum has been revived very stylishly and has an excellent collection of Alfa's including their greatest cars from the past, including the Giulias, Guiliettas, the Guigiaro Sprint GT and GTV, a luxury 2300, 2500 and...More

Thank mnpotter
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Ok, so I am a die-hard Alfa Romeo fan, ever since the very first car I owned. (Alfetta). I live in Minnesota, USA and own a Spider Graduate, which - in Minnesota - means you can only drive it between April and September. Years ago...More

Thank Ukaus123
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ncs1205
14 October 2016|
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Response from Marina74t | Reviewed this property |
Since we've rented a car in our Italy trip, I could suggest any public transport in the area. But 'rome2rio' could. The are subway and bus options, try them!
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topdog83
24 January 2016|
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Response from JJAA54 | Reviewed this property |
Walking is probably the least expensive way. It's less than 20km so pretty feasible. Consider though that you may also have to walk back.
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SusanP196
20 December 2015|
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Response from Ernesto L | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Taking a cab from the main railway station will take ~ 45 min. to get there (depending on the traffic) and will cost a bit... I suggest you ask the concierge at your hotel to find the best way to travel there... More
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