Zoom The Path of Italy’s MotoGP Legends
3220 € : price for the driver
2576 € : price for the passenger
483 € : additional price for a single room
- To ensure the utmost attention to each traveler as well as the safety of the group this tour is available only guided. Specifically, the personnel traveling with the group is: with 1 to 4 bikes: tour leader on his own motorcycle who opens the motorcycle line with 5 to 6 bikes: tour leader on his own motorcycle who opens the motorcycle line luggage van with chauffeur with 7 to 12 bikes: tour leader on his own motorcycle who opens the motorcycle line “broom biker” on his own motorcycle who brings up the rear luggage van with chauffeur Our staff all speak English.
- Other services included: registration fee, branded T-shirt
- Tour pictures
- Medical and luggage insurance that covers both rider and passenger for all medical expenses in Italy and repatriation assistance costs in case of accident or illness during the tour and luggage theft or loss
- Vehicle rental insurance
- Italian welcome drink
- Return tickets for overnight ferry crossing Genoa – Porto Torres for traveler and bike
- 2 nights onboard in double en-suite cabin
- 10 nights en-suite accommodation and buffet breakfast in hand-picked, classy and charming first class hotels (mostly 4 stars)
- 6 super dinners in hotel or external restaurant at walking distance (drinks excluded)
- 5 super lunches in typical restaurants (drinks excluded)
- luggage van (with possibility of transport for 2 passengers) if the final number of participants is five or more
Price Doesn’t Include:
- Rental motorcycle, if requested – ask us for a quote
- Entrance fees to museums, natural sites, monuments … – all visits are optional
- Unless specifically mentioned and drinks at meals but water
- Extras in hotels, room upgrade or suite accommodation – available on request
- Any parking fees while touring
- Entrance tickets to monuments/museums/natural sites, etc – all visits are always optional
- Transfer to the Milan hotel upon arrival and from the Milan hotel when departing – available on request
- Anything not specified as “included”
Day 1 Roma
We’ll meet up in Rome at our hotel and head over to grab our rental bikes. Before time, we’ll have a short briefing to discuss the itinerary, rules of the road in Italy and answer any questions about our guided motorcycle tours of Italy you might have. Then, we’ll get to know each over a traditional Italian aperitif and enjoy dinner at one of our favorite restaurants in Rome. Overnight in Rome; Meals: D.
Day 2 Roma - Val d'Orcia
We begin our Motorcycle tours italy toward Tuscany by riding the stunning roads along Lake Bracciano. Here we’ll visit a majestic old city before we arrive into the wine country of Val d’Orcia and UNESCO World Heritage Site enjoying lunch in a traditional Tuscan trattoria. We’ll travel across delightful villages until we reach the wine capital of Montepulciano where we’ll spend the evening. Overnight in Val d’Orcia; Meals: B, L.
Day 3 Val d'Orcia - Florence
Today is absolute magic. We’ll be rolling across the valleys and hills of Tuscany in the Val d’Orcia on the best motorcycle roads in Italy. You’ll delight in the lovely scenery before we stop for a nice long lunch break in the charming city of Siena. We’ll take a little time to enjoy the massive cathedral and palaces from the Renaissance before we conclude our day in Italy’s most delightful city of Florence. You’ll travel back in time as we explore the famed streets of Italy’s famous Medici family and the glory of the Italian Renaissance. Overnight in Florence; Meals: B, L, D.
Day 4 Florence
0 - 240 km
Time to soak up Florence in all its glory. There are so many things you can do! You can enjoy a ride through the Apennine Mountains of Tuscan-Emilian including visiting secret monasteries deep in the majestic green forests discovering where Saint Francis spent much of his life. For travelers in the May/June version of trip, you’ll also have the option to attend the thrilling Mugello Grand Prix—one of the most exciting motorcycle races in the world. Or you can explore Florence at your own pace discovering the many charms of the great city. Overnight in Florence; Meals: B.
Day 5 Florence / Florence - Lucca
0 - 80 km / 200 km
For those in the May/June version of the trip, you can choose to attend another day on the Italy MotoGP race on the Mugello track or explore more of Florence. The September edition of our trip includes trips to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You’ll begin by enjoying the town of San Gimignano and its famous 100 towers. We’ll then head over to Piazza dei Miracoli and the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. Finally, we’ll travel back to the Middle Ages on our guided motorcycle tours Italy and explore the enthralling town of Lucca where you can enjoy dinner in this great setting. Overnight in Lucca; Meals: B, L.
Day 6 Florence - Lucca / Lucca - Modena
200 km / 185 km
For May/June Edition: You’ll set off an explore the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites from day 5. This includes heading to San Gimignano, Pisa, and Lucca where you’ll stay the night. For the September version, we’re changing sceneries and heading deep into the mountains as we cross the Apennines and pass into the region of Emilia Romagna. Here we’ll head to Ferrari’s hometown of Maranello and visit the factory and museum of one of the world’s most famous car brands. There’s even more to savor on today’s Motorcycle tours italy from the sounds of the musical museum of famed singer Luciano Pavarotti to the tastes of the world’s oldest balsamic vinegar factory. By dinner, we arrive in Modena for a perfect meal in this enchanting old city. Overnight in Modena; Meals: B.
Day 7 Lucca - Modena / Modena - Cattolica
185 km / 260 km
For May/June, now it’s your turn to head out to Emilia-Romagna through incredible pass that wraps through the Apennines. Here you can discover the wonders of Ferrari and the museum of Pavarotti before settling in Modena. Meals: B, L.
September: We’ll take the windy roads that lead to the beautiful sea resort of Cattolica located on the Adriatic Sea. This ride will wind us through the mountains and down into the stunning coastline. We’ll stay in Cattolica— a famous stop for motorcycle enthusiasts. Overnight in Cattolica: Meals: B, L, D.
Day 8 Modena - Cattolica / Catolica
260 km / 180 km
For May/June: We are headed into Cattolica through the windy roads to Cattolica and the Adriatic Sea. We’ll enjoy the Apennine Mountains and savor the bends and turns of the great forests. Overnight in Cattolica; Meals: B, L, D. For September: You have many different options. You can ride to the medieval castles of the Lords of Rimini and also discover the fort that imprisoned Italy’s famous Count of Cagliostro. You can also discover the little castle town of Gradara which was immortalized in Dante’s Inferno in Canto 5. At the end of the day, you can visit the most famous motorcycle museum in Italy. Your other option is to check out the Misano Grand Prix which will be holding a test day before the big race. It’s very exciting! Finally, those looking for a little break can enjoy the beach and hot springs around the town or take the short ride to the Republic of San Marino. Overnight in Cattolica; Meal: B, D.
Day 9 Cattolica / Cattolica
180 km / 0 - 20 km
For May/June: You have many different options. You can ride to the medieval castles of the Lords of Rimini and also discover the fort that imprisoned Italy’s famous Count of Cagliostro. You can also discover the little castle town of Gradara which was immortalized in Dante’s Inferno in Canto 5. At the end of the day, you can visit the most famous motorcycle museum in Italy. Finally, those looking for a little break can enjoy the beach and hot springs around the town or take the short ride to the Republic of San Marino. Overnight in Cattolica, Meals: B, D. For September: Today is the big day for the San Marino MotoGP, a sight you definitely don’t want to miss. If not, you can enjoy some activities around Cattolica you may have missed or check out some of the other great spots such as a visit to Tavullia (the hometown of racer Valentino Rossi) and Corano (Marco Simoncelli’s home). Overnight in Cattolica; Meals: B.
Day 10 Cattolica - Spoleto
Time to start our journey back to Rome on the best motorcycle roads in Italy We’ll cross the emerald tracks of Marche and visit the UNESCO World Heritage SIte of Urbino before we enter Umbria and travel across three amazing places—Assisi, Gubbio, and our final stop, Spoleto. The entire day will be like a feast for your eyes. We’ll savor a traditional Umbrian lunch in a nice trattoria and in the evening you can find your own perfect place in Spoleto. Overnight in Spoleto; Meals: B, L.
Day 11 Spoleto - Rome
We have more of the magnificent region of Umbria delighting in great roads and adventure on our last day on the road. We’re returning to Latium and the famous capital city, but before we do we’ll enjoy one more UNESCO World Heritage gem, the Renaissance-era Villa d’Este. Then we make our way back into Rome where it all began. In the great city, we’ll enjoy a lavish feast and toast the accomplishments of our adventure together. Overnight in Rome; Meals: B, D.