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Founded in 1932, the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile is one of the most famous tech and science museums in the world. With a contemporary and futuristic look, the museum's collection includes more than 200 original cars of 80 different brands, each...more
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Even so I am female and not the biggest enthusiast when it comes to cars, this museum is spellbinding. Spend 5 hours there today and in the end had to give up because of sore feet. Entrance fee is steep and one could think that...More
Check the opening times before you go as it doesnt seem to be open all day. Really recommend this place even though we are women travellers!! It wasnt very busy so we could look around at our leisure. Beautiful cars from every era to admire...More
Since Turin is the birthplace of FIAT, you should definitely visit the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, which is just 10 minutes away from the old FIAT factory from 1923. The collection is impressive, very carefully designed with a lot of creative moments.
This was an amazing place. It was great to see all the cars! I’d have loved to have been able to see the rooftop (we were told there was a race track there, but perhaps it is no more). The only issue for me was...More
My husband and daughter are into cars so I tagged along, you know, just being a good sport because cars...meh! But I loved it! The history was really interesting and I was surprised at the beauty but also the detail of the old cars in...More
This place is humongous! It has loads of old classic cars (like the first type of cars e.g. motordriven horse-carriages, not just classic sports-cars). The guides are super friendly.
You can easily spend 2 hours here, but you WILL go car-sane (pun on "insane") after...More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of... More
Good answer, Federico! The only thing I'd add is go from Florence to Turin's Porta Nova station, and directly from there on the subway to Lingotto station, which is about a 20 minute walk from MAUTO. Explore the rest of Turin after you see the cars. Definitely doable in a day - but worth at least 3 or 4! And, if you've never been to Genoa, this trip would be a good way to see it and its excellent maritime museum, Galata Museo del Mare, the seagoing version of MAUTO, on the way coming or going.