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This New 8-Night Road Trip in Italy Was Inspired by the ‘Ferrari’ Film – Robb Report

by Staff

Ferrari has got the world itching to put the pedal to the metal like Enzo himself. Fortunately, Red Savannah can help. 

The luxury tour company, known for creating themed trips about Bridgerton, Coco Chanel, and the like, has just unveiled a new itinerary in honor of Michael Mann’s new film. For the unversed, the flick is based on the 1991 biography Enzo Ferrari: The Man, the Cars, the Races, the Machine by motorsport journalist Brock Yates. It follows Enzo Ferrari (played by Adam Driver) as he navigates one of the toughest years of his life. According to Red Savannah, the Ferrari, Sunsets, and Super Tuscans adventure will make travelers feel just like the marque’s founder—in a good way, of course.

On the eight-day trip, you will have the opportunity to drive a Ferrari F8 Tributo through the beautiful countryside of northern and central Italy. (Interestingly, Driver wasn’t allowed to pilot an actual Ferrari during filming due to insurance reasons.) You’ll visit the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari in Modena and then test your skills on the nearby race track. You’ll also be able to peruse the magnificent classic car collection at the Stanguellini Museum and check out the Lamborghini Urus assembly line in Motor Valley. (Hey, it can’t be all Ferrari.)

Ferrari, Sunsets, and Super Tuscans

You can drive a F8 Tributo or upgrade to a SF90 Stradale or 812 GTS.

The Drivers Club

Gourmands are catered for, too. Along the way, you will stop to sip some of the finest Italian wines, such as Barolo and Chianti. You’ll also sample some famous local delicacies like Parmigiano Reggiano and balsamic vinegar. Other culinary highlights include dinner at Massimo Bottura’s Michelin three-star restaurant Osteria Francescana and lunch at Ferrari’s restaurant from 1950. 

The route starts in Milan and moves through the Piedmont hills to Parma, Modena, and the famous Motor Valley. It then runs south over the Apennine Mountains, Fiesole hills, and Chianti before finishing in Tuscany. After each action-packed day, drivers will be able to rejuvenate in a luxury hotel, historic estate, or even a Tuscan castle. 

Villa San Michele, a Belmond Hotel

The trip includes one night in Villa San Michele, a Belmond Hotel.

Mattia Aquila

The price of the trip per person based on two adults sharing a room is $45,109 in the high season, $41,002 in the mid season, and $37,237 in the low season. This fee includes airport transfers, all accommodation, activities, and car hire. The best part is that upgrades to a SF90 Stradale or 812 GTS are available upon request. Enzo would surely appreciate that.

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