MILLE MIGLIA MUSEUM
The Craziest Race of the world was born in Brescia. Every "DOC" citizen of Brescia has passed at least once in his lives, and the Mille Miglia Museum was born to capture this moment in history. The first rule to participate in the annual race of vintage cars is that every bolt and every piece of the car must be original and historians.
The Museum was set up in the old monastery of Sant'Eufemia with the intent to keep alive a part of history in all its aspects and to spread a purely Italian tradition.
A red road that zips all over the museum guides and divides the building into 9 temporal sections: each section is accompanied by descriptive panels, customs, and social status of the period supported by images and videos that commemorate the protagonists.
Certainly can not miss the historic cars, which are periodically replaced to participate in car demonstrations. You can see collections of rare automotive beauty and imagine the adventures of pilots.
Full price of the ticket is € 7.
The Museum is open daily from 10:00am to 06:00pm
Ferrari is the symbol of speed throughout Italy and it has a museum in Maranello.
Not only cars but also trophies, engines, photographs and historical objects that recall the history of the testarossa and guide you on a journey among the most desidered cars in the world.
The price of the ticket is € 10.
The museum is open daily from 9.30am to 7pm.
SOUTH GARDA KARTING
To experience the thrill of speed, try one of the most important circuits at the international level in Italy: theSouthGardaKarting. The Lonato kart track that stands out with a length of 1010 m, a width of 9m and can accommodate up to 2000 people in the stands. In this circuit are held races with the official drivers from all over the world and also tests and amateur competitions for the most inexperienced pilots who want to get closer to the world of karting.
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