1. Touring Italy By Exotic Car
1000 All’ora provides custom exotic car experiences in Italy. Founded by a former Fiat executive who then worked on VVIP services for the incoming Russian market, the company combines its insider auto industry connections with the best of Italian luxury experiences. They arrange everything from hotels to restaurant reservations, sourcing the specific car types you want and accompany your group providing VVIP service. They will also video your experience, including filming by drones, providing you with a memorable look back at your adventure. They arrange factory tours and behind the scenes visits to wineries, ateliers and museums. Below is a sampe four-day itinerary, but at the end they will do whatever you want, wherever you want in Italy.
Day 1 - Rome • Pitigliano • Castiglion del Bosco
The itinerary for this ﬁrst full Ferrari driving day starts
with the Roman countryside heading to Tuscany. The main stop will be in
Pitigliano, an enchanting little town positioned on a tufa rock. This charming
place is known for hosting the “Little Jerusalem” quarter and for the
historical presence of a Jewish community who has always been well integrated
into Pitigliano’s social context and who still has a Synagogue in the heart of
the town. A guided tour will be followed by a typical Tuscan meal at Il Tufo
The trip will continue in the beautiful and sparsely
populated Maremma Area (part of Southwestern Tuscany) and will end at
Castiglion del Bosco, a stunning luxury hotel in the Tuscan countryside
surrounded by the distinctive region’s hills, sinuous white roads and
vineyards. A wine tasting inside the estate will be followed by a delicious
dinner at the reﬁned restaurant Campo Del Drago.
Pick up cars and drive to Pitigliano (approx. 2 hour 30 min.
drive – 137 km)
Arrival in Pitigliano and one-hour visit with an English-
Lunch at Il Tufo Allegro
Departure from Pitigliano to Castiglion del Bosco (approx. 1
hour 50 min. drive – 89 km)
Arrival at Castiglion del Bosco
Wine tasting at Castiglion del Bosco
Dinner at Campo Del Drago inside Castiglion del Bosco
Day 2- Castiglion del Bosco • Siena • Monteriggioni • San Gimignano
After a one-hour drive in the rolling Tuscan hills, guests
will arrive to Siena where they will have a comprehensive guided visit:
world-famous town for its art, museums, medieval cityscape, gastronomy and the
Palio, a horserace held twice a year. The private tour will continue with a quick stop
for a walk in Monteriggioni, one of the best preserved medieval walled towns in
the world where time seems to have stopped centuries ago. The highlight of the
day will be a lunch at Arnolfo, a 2-star Michelin restaurant. The journey
will continue in San Gimignano, where a guided tour will let you discover this famous walled medieval hill town where ancient patrician
families, who controlled the territory, built around 72 tower-houses (some as
high as 50 meters) as a symbol of their wealth and power. Although only 14
towers have survived, San Gimignano has kept its feudal aspect and atmosphere.
The arrival at the Four Seasons Florence will surprise all the guests: a
beautiful and luxurious Hotel in a historical building located in a gorgeous
private park with swimming pool. This hotel is in walking distance from the
heart of Florence. The dinner is at the Enoteca Pinchiorri with its 3 Michelin stars.
Pick up cars and drive to Siena (approx. 1 hour drive – 37
km) Arrival in Siena and two-hour visit with an English-speaking guide
Departure from Siena to Monteriggioni (approx. 20 min. drive
– 17 km) Walk in Monteriggioni
Departure from Monteriggioni to Colle Val d’Elsa (approx. 20
min. drive – 14 km) Lunch at Restaurant Arnolfo (Two-Michelin-starred
Departure from Colle di Val d’Elsa to San Gimignano (approx.
25 min. drive – 14 km) Arrival in Siena and two-hour visit with an
Departure from San Gimignano to Florence (approx. 1 hour
drive – 60 km) Arrival at Four Seasons Hotel in Florence
Dinner at the Enoteca Pinchiorri (Three-Michelin-starred
Overnight: Four Seasons Florence - 5 Stars
Total: Approx. 3-hour drive - 142 Km
Day 3- Florence • Bologna
The day will start with an extensive four-hour guided tour
of Florence and it will include an exclusive visit of the Private Vasari
Corridor that is an elevated enclosed passageway in Florence, which connects
Palazzo Vecchio with Palazzo Pitti. The Corridor’s walls are covered with
paintings and the views of the town are breathtaking. The visit will continue
throughout the beautiful town also known as the "cradle of the
Renaissance". After a tasty lunch, guests will drive their Ferrari and
pass through La Futa Pass located on the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. This road
has been used during the glory days of the Mille Miglia rally and its passes oﬀer
some of the most stunning driving roads. Guests will reach Bologna as ﬁnal
destination of their journey. Bologna is known to be one of the Italian gourmet capitals and therefore guests will be pampered by the chef of the 1-Star
restaurant I Portici.
Four-hour visit of Florence with an English-speaking guide
Lunch at Restaurant in Florence
Pick up cars and drive to Bologna (approx. 2-hour 30 min.
drive – 111 km)
Arrival at Grand Hotel Majestic in Bologna
Walk in Bologna
Dinner at the restaurant I Portici (One-Michelin-starred
Overnight: Grand Hotel Majestic - 5 Stars
Total: Approx. 2-hour 30 min. drive - 111 Km
Day 4 - Bologna • Maranello • Milan
This fourth day will certainly be remembered for a visit to the Ferrari factory. From Bologna, after a one-hour long drive
with the supercars, guests will have the opportunity to visit the Maranello factory viewing all stages of production of these unique
start to ﬁnish. A guided tour of Ferrari Museum will follow and a meal
at the restaurant Cavallino (that can be strategically found in front of the
famed house of motors) will round oﬀ the 100% Ferrari day. Guests will then
drive their Ferrari on the ancient Via Emilia road and on the highway for a
ﬁnal arrival of this journey in Milan.
Pick up cars and drive to Maranello
(approx. 1 hour drive – 45 km).
Arrival at the Ferrari Factory and two-hour visit with an
Visit at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello
with an English-speaking guide Lunch at Restaurant Cavallino
Departure from Maranello to Milan (approx. 3-hour drive – 193 km).
Arrival in Milan
Total: Approx. 4-hour drive - 238 Km
Main Features and recap of included services:
- Four-day road rally tour on the most exciting roads of
Lazio, Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and Lombardy.
- Three-night accommodation in a double-bedroom with breakfast
in 5-star luxury hotels: Castiglion del Bosco (Montalcino), Four Seasons Hotel
(Florence) and Grand Hotel Majestic (Bologna)
- Four-day access and use of the latest models of Ferrari
(California T, 458 Italia, 488 GTB are included, while 488 GTS, GTC4 Lusso and
F12 are on request) with kasko car insurance for all cars (up to 750 km
driving). Cars upon availability.
- Speeding is at the driver’s risk and possible
tickets are covered by the driver.
- Tour Director and Staﬀ with its own car in proportional
number to the participants. Intensive Ferrari brieﬁng and assistance along the
- Highway toll, use of telepass, fuel and all the services
related to the vehicles such as parking, refueling and car-washing are included.
- Walkie-talkies (while driving: guests and staﬀ are always
connected through radio). Luggage transportation (max. four bags per super
- One-hour visit in Pitigliano with an English-speaking guide.
- Two-hour visit in Siena with an English-speaking guide.
- Four-hour visit of Florence with an English-speaking guide
- Two-hour visit with an English-speaking guide at the Ferrari
Factory in Maranello
- One-hour visit with an English-speaking guide at the
Ferrari Museum in Maranello Wine tasting at Castiglion del Bosco