Mugello's International Circuit
One of the most beautiful circuits in the world, owned by Ferrari, Italian stage of the MOTOGP

Mugello’s international circuit, well known for the Italian stage of the MOTOGP. Construction work began back in 1972 and the track was inaugurated in 1974. It occupies an area of about 170 hectares and the track is 5.245 meters long, winding through 15 curves. Mugello’s International Circuit hosts motor events every year that attract audiences from all over the world and is one of the most technologically advanced systems.

One of the most beautiful villages in Italy.

Scarperia, the city of knives, recognized as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. It includes a beautiful castle, which can be visited all year round and a historical center, which hosts various events, like the Infiorata, which attracts visitors from all over Italy.

Borgo San Lorenzo
The Mugello’s heart

Borgo San Lorenzo is a country that many know as one of the first settlements in the central area of Mugello. There are numerous testimonies of the existence of housing nucleuses even before the Etruscans, of which we can find traces near Ronta. From the 2nd century BC it was the Romans who settled in these places, creating the village of Anneianum, on the road that led from Florence to Faenza. There are also monuments, such as the statue dedicated to the dog Fido, created by the sculptor Salvatore Cipolla in memory of the story of the animal of the same name, lived in the village of Luco del Mugello. Fido (1941-1958) waited in vain for the return of the owner Carlo Soriani, who died during an air raid in 1943, going every evening for about fourteen years, until the day of his death, at the bus stop where the man came back from work.

Works of art, galleries, exhibitions, historical monuments

Florence is one of those cities that do not need any introduction; about 8,000,000 people a year visit this beautiful city, which with a practical guide and a bus ticket, turns in a couple of days. Important university center and UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is considered the place of origin of the Renaissance and is universally recognized as one of the cradles of art and architecture, as well as renowned as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, thanks to its numerous monuments and museums - including the Duomo, Santa Croce, the Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Pitti.

The Mugello's Appenines
Bikers Paradise

The 4 most famous way in Italy, fun and surrounded by exciting landscapes. Stretch out on the Tosco-Emiliano Apennines, drawing dozens of breathtaking curves and hairpin bends for true motorcycle lovers.

Casa di Giotto
Birthplace of one of the most famous Italian painters in the world

Located on the enchanting hill of Vespignano in the town of Vicchio, it is an ancient building of the Middle Ages. Giotto’s House, has a considerable historical interest and offers visitors the opportunity to follow a multimedia path set up inside the museum. It is officially ascertained that this is the real birthplace of Giotto, born into a peasant family and then became the brilliant artist who developed one of the greatest figurative revolutions in history, with which he influenced the whole world in the pre-renaissance.

Barberino Mugello's Outlet
For shopping lovers

Barberino Designer Outlet is the perfect place to find your favorite brands up to 70% less throughout the year. With over 120 shops, cafes and restaurants and ample free parking. Open every day from 10.00 to 20.00.