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Maranello: Ferrari Museum Entrance Ticket

1. Maranello: Ferrari Museum Entrance Ticket

During your trip to Maranello discover the museum that is home to one of the most prestigious brands in the world, Ferrari. If you are passionate about engines, or simply want to discover the gold-standard of Italian excellence, be sure to take this exciting opportunity in the 'land of reds'. The Ferrari Museum is an exciting exhibition of the past, present and future of the Prancing Horse. During your visit you can experience both the permanent and temporary exhibitions that take place. You can also experience the evocative Hall of Victories in which the Ferrari World Champions from 1999 to today are exhibited.

Maranello and Modena: Ferrari Museums Combo Tickets

2. Maranello and Modena: Ferrari Museums Combo Tickets

Get a 2-in-1 combo ticket to visit the Maranello Ferrari Museum and the Modena Ferrari Museum. Explore the exhibitions of past and present in Maranello, then head 20km and discover Enzo Ferrari himself, in the museum in Modena. Begin with entry into the Maranello Museum, where your time of entry to Modena will be shared. Discover the special peculiarity of Maranello, that it is the home of Ferrari, one of the most prestigious car brands in the world. Get passionate about engines, and discover Italian excellence more closely among the Land of the Reds. Walk through the exhibition of the Prancing Horse, divided into two parts: one permanent and one temporary. Wander the Hall of Victories and learn of World Champions from 1999 to today. Travel 20km from Maranello to a futuristic building in the shape of a huge yellow car hood. Sheild your eyes from the bright and vibrant color that starkly contrasts its surrounding environment. Inside, there is a huge hall in which various temporary exhibitions are set up, and a small cinema where two rotating films dedicated to the life and history of Enzo Ferrari are projected. The museum is divided into five sectors: low fractionation engines, from 1 to 6 cylinders, that of the classic 12 cylinders, that of 8, turbos, and, finally, that of Formula 1. The path continues in the building in front of a huge pavilion, or into the workshop where Enzo's father worked, now perfectly restored. In addition, the Museum houses a shop that offers a wide range of official products and a bookstore that collects the most important Ferrari publications.

Florence: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour: 24, 48 or 72-Hour Ticket

3. Florence: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour: 24, 48 or 72-Hour Ticket

Experience Florence from an open-top double-decker tour bus. Hop on and off where you please or relax on board with insightful multilingual audio commentary. Enjoy 2 lines and choose from 24, 48, or 72-hour tickets. Explore this Renaissance city built on the banks of the river Arno. Feel the sunshine on your face on the open-top bus and admire the views of the Arno, Piazza Indipendenza, Porta Romana, and more. Line A This line goes through Florence city center and the entire route lasts approximately 1 hour. Stop 10 Santa Maria Novella Train Station (in front of the luggage storage) Stop 11 Libertà Stop 12 Donatello Stop 13 Beccaria Stop 14 Santa Croce Stop 15 Teatro Verdi Stop 1 Ferrucci Stop 2 Michelangelo Stop 3 Galileo Stop 4 Villa Cora Stop 5 Porta Romana Stop 6 Piazza Tasso Stop 7 Porta San Frediano Stop 8 Rotonda Barbetti Stop 9 Piazza Indipendenza Line B (currently suspended) Line B focuses on Florence and Fiesole. The bus includes stops at Fiesole, a famous Etruscan hillside city with breathtaking views of Florence. The entire route takes 2 hours. Stop 1 Michelangelo Stop 2 Ferrucci Stop 3 Demidoff Stop 4 Grazie Stop 5 Zecca Vecchia Stop 6 Lungo l'Affrico Stop 7 Righi (ostello) Stop 8 San Domenico Stop 9 Regresso Stop 10 Fiesole Stop 11 Regresso Stop 12 San Domenico Stop 13 Righi (ostello) Stop 14 Stadio Stop 15 Matteotti Stop 16 Libertà Stop 17 La Pira Stop 18 Leopolda Stop 19 Piazzale delle Cascine (suspended in winter) Stop 20 Shelly Cascine (suspended in winter) Stop 21 Vittorio Veneto Stop 22 Curtatone Stop 23 Soderini Stop 24 Tasso Stop 25 Porta Romana Stop 26 Machiavelli Stop 27 Galileo

Riccione: Aquafan Open Date Entrance Ticket

4. Riccione: Aquafan Open Date Entrance Ticket

Summer is not summer without Aquafan. With 29 fun-filled summers under their belt, the Aquafan of Riccione is the most famous water park in Europe, thanks to its spectacular water games, countless events, and trendy spirit. In an area of half a square mile, find always-new games, more parking, and continuous surprises every day and every night.  Daytime fun is guaranteed with a total of over 3 kilometers of fantastic slides: from the Kamikaze to the Extreme River, from the Speedriul to the River Run, from Surfin'hill to Twist and the Tobogas. Along with many other water games and the immense wave pool, Aquafan also offers three well-equipped areas for children, with slides and child-friendly animations.  With the Focus Junior Beach for kids, as well as Elephant Pool and Antarctic Baby Beach for the really young ones, Aquafan promises to be an unforgettable experience for the whole family. While the kids are splashing around, check out the relaxation areas, shops, restaurants, massive green areas, food outlets, and services of all kinds.

Mirabilandia Amusement Park Open Date Entrance Ticket

5. Mirabilandia Amusement Park Open Date Entrance Ticket

Close to the coast of Emilia Romagna and from Ravenna, Mirabilandia is the largest amusement park in Italy at over 850,000 square meters. Discover its 6 themed areas: Route 66, Far West Valley, Ducati World, Dinoland, Adventureland, and Bimbopoli. There’s sure to be something to excite everyone here. Experience iSpeed, the tallest and fastest rollercoaster with a magnetic launch in Italy; Katun, the longest inverted rollercoaster in Europe; Divertical, the tallest water coaster in the world; and Eurowheel, the second tallest observation wheel on the continent A program of exclusive shows are sure to impress with the professionalism and skill of the artists. Don’t miss the stunt show inspired by ‘Hot Wheels’, which has garnered wide acclaim.

Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

6. Riccione: Oltremare Park Entrance Ticket

Enjoy access to the Oltremare Park, a sprawling nature park dedicated to the landscape of the Adriatic and beyond across eons. Divided into 4 elements, enjoy 4 themed areas that reflect the stunning biodiversity of the region. In the Air area, gaze at majestic eagles, vultures, hawks, owls, and many other species of birds of prey in elaborately designed aviaries. In the Water area, catch Dolphin Lagoon, the largest dolphin enclosure in Europe, where you can watch stunning choreographed shows performed by the dolphins. Check out the Earth area’s “Darwin, the Rainforest,” a journey 65 million years into the past to discover the landscape of the cretaceous period, and the Fire area’s “Planet Earth,” a multi-sensory journey through the formation of our planet. If you’re traveling with children, don’t miss out on the Energy area, an exciting playground made of suspension bridges, high altitude paths, and a river by which to travel by boat.

Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

7. Rimini: Italy in Miniature Entry Ticket

Visit Italy in Miniature, the "smallest" park in Italy. Opened in 1970 the park offers a mix of educational, mechanical, and thematic attractions. In addition to discovering over 250 miniatures, visit a pavilion dedicated to the laws of physics, try driving small cars at the interactive driving school, watch a live show, and navigate the scale reproduction waters of the Venice Grand Canal. Select the light lunch option to conclude your visit with some food at the Osteria Italia. Enjoy a Piadina Romagnola (a round flatbread) with a drink and a cup of fresh fruits.

Mirabeach Water Park: Open Date Entrance Ticket

8. Mirabeach Water Park: Open Date Entrance Ticket

Make a splash in the pools, or eat and drink in the restaurants and bars. Experience a self-contained tropical island paradise in the heart of Italy. Hang out on the sandy beaches, or make a splash in the swimming pools or lagoons. Feel the thrill of the waterslides or sunbathe on the lawns. Enjoy a meal in one of the restaurants or a drink in one of the bars. Engage in some retail therapy at the on-site shops. Escape from the heat of the city and indulge in some tropical-style relaxation. Recharge your batteries under the palm trees as you enjoy a taste of island life.

Bologna: FICO Eataly World Ticket with Tour & Tastings

9. Bologna: FICO Eataly World Ticket with Tour & Tastings

Visit FICO Eataly World, an Italian food-themed amusement park in Bologna. Stimulate your senses while combining Italian cuisine and fun. Enjoy a guided tour with 4 tastings from many of the dining options available and have access to the Luna Farm children's amusement center. Be greeted by an entrance of farm animals and explore the 7 themed areas dedicated to Italian culinary excellence of salami, cheese, pasta, game, wine, oil, and sweets. Take your tour and enjoy 4 tastings as you're entertained by spectacular scenery full of recreational activities, rides, and food-themed attractions. With your ticket, access the Luna Farm, a farm-themed amusement park with 12 different attractions for children.

Parma: Fidenza Village, Parma City Center, and Food Tasting

10. Parma: Fidenza Village, Parma City Center, and Food Tasting

Discover the beautiful city center of Parma, Italy's Capital of Culture 2020 on this walking tour with local food tasting. Sample some local eats at quaint little food and wine shops. Meet your guide in the morning or afternoon and start exploring Parma's fantastic city center. Seek out small, traditional food and wine shops, enjoy tastings, and chat with the locals. Learn more about the history of Parma. From the 1000 year-old medieval district to the frescoes of the Renaissance artists in the domes, to the neoclassic Teatro Regio, the city's buildings represent many different periods in Italian history.

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What people are saying about Emilia-Romagna

The Hop on Hop off bus is such a great way to ha e a quick tour round the city, decide what you want to see and get your bearings of the city a little (especially when travelling alone). The 10% discount from.showing your ticket in the next city also helps.with cost.

It was a wonderful experience. Shuttle was on time and quicker to go inside if ticket is booked already. Leave some time to switch trains if changing trains at Bologna. At least 30 min as platforms could be apart from each other.

We rode the speed train from Rome to Florence. There was a location immediately outside of the station very convenient.

Absolutely should buy entry tickets in advance. The line to buy tickets at the museum is very long.

Great tour; problem-free processing; friendly staff.