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Motorvalley, a valley where passion roars with the sound of engines.

Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Malaguti, Ducati are just some of the names associated with it and known worldwide.

The Motor Valley is located in Emilia-Romagna and in particular in the metropolitan areas of ​​Modena and Bologna where some of the most important automotive and motorcycle brands in the world were born and continue to forge the myth of their speed.


In addition to industrial activity, Motorvalley is characterized by the presence of specialized museums and private collections that tell the history of the two and four wheels vehicles together with the exploits of legendary characters linked to them.


A sporting passion that also develops and grows in those that are among the most important racetracks and circuits in the world such as that of Imola and that of Maranello.

For two-wheel enthusiasts, for example, do not miss the Nigelli Collection located in "San Martino in Casola" (see the Museums page) and of course the Ducati museum: a museum born in 1998 that traces the history of the Ducati brand from first models to the most recent racing models, and also exhibits the electronic equipment and radios produced in the first phase of the company that precedes the production of motorcycles.


Even for lovers of four wheels there is only the difficulty of choosing between museums, collections and guided tours in the companies.


There is the Ferrai Museum in Maranello, for example, where it is possible to admire the cars that made the history of Ferrari from the first to the most modern models telling also the story of some fundamental characters for this brand, first of all its great founder Enzo Ferrari. At this Museum it is also possible to get on board of virtual semi-professional Formula 1 simulators to feel the driving experiences usually reserved for pilots.

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