The Galleria Ferrari has become the place where Ferrari’s past, present and future is preserved, giving the visitor a fascinating insight into the history of the Prancing Horse.  Inaugurated in February 1990, the Galleria Ferrari was initially run by the Comune of Maranello, owners of the fixtures and fittings. The new wing of the Galleria that was opened in October 2004 took the total surface area from 1700m³ to 2500m³, further enriching the exhibition area with new spaces and services. Situated only a short distance from the Ferrari plant and the Fiorano circuit, the Galleria, though it remains the property of the Comune of Maranello, has been run directly by Ferrari since 1995.
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Written on September 21st, 2012 , Sightseeing

I may be a bigger car junkie than I am a travel junkie.  And Formula1 car racing is a real passion.  So what better trip than 2 weeks in the Italian and French rivieras?  And a weekend in Monte Carlo, Monaco for the annual car race extravaganza.
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Written on July 6th, 2010 , General, Sightseeing

A Newbie’s Adventure:

My addiction to travel began in 1993.  Never a fan of “packaged” tours, I decided to tag along with my wife on a wintertime business trip…to Germany and France.  And plan my own travel connections. I’m also not a fan of winter, so this was a potentially difficult trip for me.  Especially as a novice traveler.
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Written on July 21st, 2009 , Anicdotes, Food&Drink, General, Lodging, Sightseeing

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