Mille Miglia Tour
MILLE MIGLIA 2022
Tour Dates: June 13 – June 23, 2022
Departure Date from the United States June 12, 2022
As always our Mille Miglia Tour is the only tour to the Mille Miglia where participants stay in Brescia not somewhere away from it. You will be there for the registration, sealing ceremony and the start of the Mille Miglia. On our tour, the Mille Miglia is not a sideline but the main event. The first three days are in Brescia, he second five days of the tour will be in Modena, the heart of Italy’s car country, and the last day will be in Bologna. It is home to Italy’s most famous car manufacturers, Lamborghini, Maserati, and Pagani and there is a good chance that we will be able to visit the Ferrari factory too. We have a client who owns five Ferrari – yes five! And three special editions of Maserati and a Maserati motorcycle! Fun guy to have on the tour.
Our tour is designed for serious automobile enthusiasts. It will excite the maddest petrol heads on the tour, but you can be assured seeing some of the best of Italy is no sideline either, nor is food and wine, and of course we can point you in the right directions when it comes to shopping.
The Italian passion for fast and beautiful cars runs deep in Italy and so is a passion for food and wine, it is a seductive combination and you will experience it all.
We will have a 20 passenger bus and we have Bassam, a mechanic along as your technical guide – he is the guy with the Ferrari girl in the picture below, our bus driver, Marco Pinelli, will be your guide for sights and everything else. The tour is limited to 10 participants. We have 4 spaces open.
June 12 – Board your flight from USA to Milan.
June 13 – After arrival in Milan transfer to Brescia, the City of the Mille Miglia! After checking into the hotel which is one of the official hotels for Mille Miglia Drivers. In the afternoon Bassam and Marco will take you to the Brixia Forum where all the cars are assembled to for technical checks. In the evening we head to a local trattoria for dinner, nothing fancy but great food and wine. D
June 14 – This morning you will wake up to the roar of engines outside the hotel when Mille Miglia drivers take their cars to the Brixia Forum for the distribution of the starting number and road books. In the afternoon the sealing of the cars takes place in the old center of Brescia in the Piazza Loggia where you can come and go to observe the cars close-up. You have the afternoon to mingle among the cars, talk to the drivers and take pictures. Dinner this evening is in a historic restaurant which was once the stables of a noble townhouse.
Our technical guide Bassam at Ferrari
June 15 – Last sport and technical checks at the Brixia Forum. We will take those interested in the technical aspect of the cars to the Forum where you can mingle with drivers. In the afternoon head to the start to see the Mille Miglia cars depart. In the evening we get together fir dinner in a local trattoria. Dinner and Breakfast included.
June 16 – This morning drive to Parma where the cars will make an overnight stop the next day. Dinner tonight is in an Osteria known for it traditional cuisine. Breakfast and dinner included.
June 17 – The morning is at leisure, in the afternoon the Mille Miglia cars will arrive to make an overnight stop. We are staying in the old center and you can take the afternoon and evening to watch the cars as they come into Parma. Breaskfast included.
June 18 – Today we leave Parma to drive to Modena in the heart of Italy’s automobile country where all the famous Italian automobile makers are located Ferrari Time permitting you can visit the Enzo Ferrari Museum which is just a short walk from your hotel away. Breakfast included.
June 19 – After a leisurely breakfast visit Lamborghini, the factory and the museum. In the afternoon we drive to the Parmesano Reggiano cheese farm of Alberto Pannini to visit his private car collection recalling the Maserati legend and to see the cheese farm. The evening is on your own. Breakfast included.
June 20 – In the morning visit the Pagani factory. The afternoon is on your own. In the evening we have dinner at Casa Pavarotti, a wonderful Restaurant adjacent to the home of the famous Opera singer. Breakfast and Dinner included.
June 21 – Today we visit the Maserti Factory . In the evening dinner is on your own, a good place would be the 19th century Market Hall just a few steps from the piazza in the center of Modena where we can do a potluck dinner, everyone buys something at the market, Posh Journeys buys the wine. Breakfast included.
June 22 – This morning we drive Maranello to visit Galleria Ferrari where every car ever built by Ferrari is displayed. there is a chance this year that we may be able to visit the Ferrari Factory which is only possible if someone owns a Ferrari and we have a guy interested in joining the tour. At noon relax over a late lunch at Il Cavallino, the restaurant Enzo Ferrari built. Breakfast and Lunch included.
June 23 – Transfer to the airport for you homeward flight. Breakfast
Tour Cost: We still don’t have all the costs in and we had to add one day since the route has changed frim last year. The cars will drive along the original route as it was set up fir the first Mille Milgia in 2027. We estimate the cost to be around 5,800 USD with the extra night.
Single Cost: Contact us
Deposit: We will not take deposits until January, at this time we will know what the travel situation is.
Transportation in a 20-passenger bus, 9-nights in 4-star hotels in the best locations, breakfast each day, dinners and lunches as stated in the itinerary, all including the best regional wines, visits to stated automobile factories and private automobile collections, and the services of our Italian Hosts and Posh Journeys.
International Airfare, additional food and drink, and any item not mentioned in this itinerary. Airport transfers are not included since participants arrive at different times but we are working on a solution for it. If participants arrive within a hour, we definitely could work something out. We keep you posted.
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