Be at the 2022 Mille Miglia in an Alfa Romeo Spider
Day 1: Drive through a famous wine-growing district
We will wait for you at Florence airport and accompany you to your hotel, where the journey will begin with lunch together. You will then receive a detailed briefing on the Nostalgic vehicles and the use of the road book. You drive behind the wheel of our Alfa Romeo Spider through Chianti , one of the oldest wine-growing regions in Italy. Today there is also a tour and tasting in a former monastery, where wine has been grown since the Middle Ages. The evening will be spent at your leisure
Day 2: A Stop at the Mille Miglia by the Sea
The exact route of Italy’s most famous car race is not yet known for 2021, but one thing is certain: Today automotive history will be within your grasp. The legendary “Mille Miglia” with several hundred participating classic cars thunders along the coast in the west of Tuscany to the south. The Mille Miglia convoy stops for lunch in the idyllic coastal town of Castiglione della Pescaia. You will drive with our Alfa Romeo Spiders through the Maremma to the coast to Castiglione della Pescaia. It will be a perfect moment for us to meet and greet drivers and see the vehicles up close–and-personal. After this varied and extensive day of driving, you can look forward to dinner together in the Nuvolari Bar, where we thrill over all the beautiful cars.
Day 3: The Mille Miglia on the Way North
This year we're celebrating our premiere: for the first time, the Nostalgic tour meets the Mille Miglia convoy twice. Immediately after breakfast you will set off for the Crete Senesi. This impressive stage partly leads on old pilgrimage routes southwest of Siena in the Val d’Orcia. The Mille Miglia participants started in Rome and are expected in Arezzo around noon. Today you have a second opportunity to ride in the Milla Miglia as well as in Arezzo to be present at the lunch stop. In the evening we will accompany you to an insider tip for Tuscan cuisine high up in the Chianti hills.
Day 4: San Gimignano
The last day will still be spent driving west in the direction of San Gimignano. The winding, old Siena-Firenze country road leads you from Castellina on to Poggibonsi, and from there along side roads with little traffic to San Gimignano. The small town lies in the upper Elsa Valley and is rich in art and culture. San Gimignano is world-famous for the large number of its preserved family towers, which are mere stumps in other towns, and for its almost unchanged medieval appearance. Slender, towering spires dominate the townscape, a fact that has earned the town the nickname "Manhattan of the Middle Ages". In 1990 the historic old town a UNESCO World Heritage Site appointed. Following the guided tour of the city, we recommend a few old town pubs for an individual lunch break before you set off on the last leg towards the Citadel of Monteriggioni set off. There, nearby, you will say goodbye to "your" Alfa Romeos and we will accompany you back to Florence airport or to the hotel if you are arriving by car.
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Want to find out even more about this special trip? You will get a great insight into the Mille Miglia adventure from our tour guide Ludwig. In his Travelogue to the Mille Miglia he shares his impressions and emotions: This is how Ludwig experienced the classic car trip to the Mille Miglia.
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