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Some of Italy’s hottest luxury exports are showcased in Red Savannah’s latest itinerary, Ferrari, Sunsets and Super Tuscans, a program sure to catch the eye of sports car lovers. They’ll feel like Adam Driver playing Enzo Ferrari for eight days—with every perk of being part of one of Italy’s storied families.

The luxury tour operator takes your clients to Modena, the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, and puts them behind the wheel of a Ferrari F8 Tributo. It’s the start of a journey through northern and central Italy, which includes the best of the area’s accommodations, gastronomy and viticulture. 

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Belmond Villa San Michele, part of the 8-day itinerary.

Arrival is in Milan, where your client will be driven to luxury rural accommodations in the Piedmontese countryside, where their Ferrari awaits them. That night includes a closed-door wine tasting at Barolo, followed by dinner. The next day it’s a drive east to the “Food Valley” around Parma and a chance to taste culatello ham, the finest Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, and Modena’s “black gold”—its world-renowned balsamic vinegar. That evening’s stay is at chef Massimo Bottura’s hotel with dinner in his three-Michelin-starred restaurant Osteria Francescana.

Motor Valley is next on the list, where they will visit the Lamborghini Museum with a behind-the-scenes private visit to the Urus assembly line, the Stanguellini Museum and its classic car collection, lunch at Cavallino, Enzo Ferrari’s restaurant and finally, an afternoon for a private visit to the Maranello Museum and a spin around the Modena racetrack.

Next morning, it’s the Enzo Ferrari Museum in his former home in Modena, then it’s south over the Apennine Mountains, where they’ll drive through the 36-mile Futa Pass from Imola to their hotel in Fiesole—think hairpin turns, undulations, chicanes and more. That sunset drink will be had at the Medici’s family private villa in the Fiesole hills, with an overnight at Belmond Villa San Michele.

The next afternoon, they’ll be taken to a top winery in Chianti for sampling, and the next day, they will drive their Ferrari south through Chianti to a 10th-century estate in the hills above Siena, the Castello di Casole, A Belmond Hotel. The final day of Ferrari driving is in the Tuscan hills, followed by some time in the pool or a spa, before departing to the airport in a private vehicle the next day.

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