For visitors who decide to travel by train the closest railway station to Maranello is the one in downtown Modena, Dante’s Square.
Every 5 to 10 minutes, from the main hall exit, urban buses leave for the city center.
Bus n. 7 and n. 11 are suggested: they stop right at ” Autostazione Modena” in Molza Street where you can get an easy connection to other extra-urban buses Lines that take you into Maranello.
Two different Lines go towards Maranello: Line 820 that drives through Montale via the Nuova Estense reaching ” Pozza” and Line 800 that drives through Formigine, via Giardini Street, direction Abetone – Serramazzoni. The head station is located in Grizzaga Street, right close to the back entrance of Ferrari’s Factory. The closest stop to Ferrari is in Abetone Inferiore Street, close by the Esso gasoline station. A bus ride to Maranello takes approximately 25 to 40 minutes depending on traffic conditions and on the number of stops requested along the way.
From Modena main railway station it is also possibile to get a train (FER) Modena-Sassuolo that stops at Policlinico Hospital, at the secondary railway station of Modena (Manzoni Square), at the New Hospital in Baggiovara and carries on trough small towns as Casinalbo and Formigine.
This trip will take approximately 30 minutes.
Once you have reached the railway station of Sassuolo, the bus line n. 640 (direction Vignola) will lead you into Maranello, that is 8 km away. More information can be found directly on the website “Sito web di SETA”.
Visitors arriving from Bologna by train could reach Maranello passing by Modena or by taking the bus leaving from Bologna Main Railway station to Vignola (15 km from Maranello). The bus stops at all stations and the journey will take approximately 1 hour (please get more information directly on the website TPER)
Bologna – Vignola
Once you have reached the town of Vignola, from the bus station located in Montanara Street, it is possible to get a good connection to Maranello by using the bus line n.640, direction Sassuolo. The journey will last more or less 20 minutes.
Maranello is located in the vicinity of the major roads of its region Emilia-Romagna. The Via Emilia for example connects Piacenza and Rimini to two of the main Italian highways: A1 Autostrada del Sole (Milano-Napoli) and A22 Autostrada del Brennero that connects the central part of Italy to Austria and Germany.
For those of you who would like to reach Maranello by car the closest highway exit would be
Modena North or Modena South depending on the direction you are coming from. From Modena North exit it will take you about 20 minutes to reach Maranello downtown, passing through Fiorano’s roundabout and taking the “Pedermontana Road” direction Vignola.
Leaving the highway at Modena South, keep your right when leaving the tollbooth, take a right turn into Via Vignolese, direction Modena.
Continue following the road for about 7 km, at the roundabout “with the grapes” follow the direction Pavullo-Abetone on the New Estense. Once you have reached the roundabout in Pozza di
Maranello make a right turn into via Vignolese and follow the directions to Ferrari Museum.
Visitors who need info about the Parking facilities in Maranello could get in contact with (ACI). ACI’s ofﬁces are located at 34, Trebbo Street. (Tel. 0536 941035)
In order to be always updated with the latest news on viability, it is advised to listen to radio channel 103.3 Isoradio or 102.5 RTL that will give you 24/24h the latest update on trafﬁc forecast every 30 minutes or you can get in touch with a call center by dialing the 840-04 21 21
From Modena Main Railway station taxi are also available. The taxi services provided by the various local companies offer tourists a ﬂat rate for the route that goes from Modena railway station to the Ferrari Museum located at 43, D. Ferrari Street, Maranello. To reserve a taxi please call the following numbers:
There are two extra-urban lines that leave from the main bus station in Modena, in Viale Molza, and take you into Maranello: line 820 driving through Montale and line 800 driving through Formigine along Giardini road, direction Abetone-Serramazzoni.
The head station is located in Grizzaga street at the new terminal behind Ferrari’s factory.
The closest stop to Ferrari Museum is in Abetone Inferiore street close by Esso gasoline station.
A bus ride to Maranello takes approximately 25 to 40 minutes depending on traffic conditions and on the number of stops requested along the way.
Tickets for the extra-urban journey are available at SETA’s offices or by authorised retailers such as tobacconists, bars and newsagents. The main ticket office in Maranello is located by Terminal Cubo in Grizzaga street, phone number 0536 943688.
From the head station in Maranello some of the popular mountain areas of the Tosco-Emilian Appenines such as Pavullo, Serramazzoni, Sestola and Pievepelago are easily reachable.
For further information:
SETA (Società Emiliana Trasporti Autofiloviari)
Strada Sant’Anna, 210 – 41122 Modena
Sito web: www.setaweb.it
Visitors coming from Bologna can reach Modena by train or by bus with line 671 Bologna – Casalecchio – Bazzano – Vignola from the main bus station in Bologna The journey takes approximately one hour, once you arrive in Vignola from the bus station in Montanara street it is advised to get the connection to Maranello (extra-urban line 640) direction Sassuolo, it will take approximately 20 minutes.
Transfer service between Ferrari Museum and Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari
Every hour and a half a special shuttle bus runs from Modena man railway station to Ferrari Museum in Maranello, it also connects Ferrari Museum to the new Museum Casa Enzo Ferrari which is in Modena, 1 km far from the train station.
The shuttle bus service is intended for use by visitors of Ferrari Museum only.
In order to have full access to the shuttle service visitors must show the voucher with the booking code received by e-mail or at the reception of Ferrari Museum in Maranello and/or Museum Casa Enzo Ferrari in Modena.
Visitors will pay an additional fee to the bus driver, only cash will be accepted, or they can pay by credit card at the ticket office, once they arrive at the museum, or directly online.
Shuttle bus fees
Passengers visiting both museums: € 10,00, Return Ticket (€ 6,00, one way ticket
passengers visiting only one museum: € 11,00, Return Ticket (€ 6,00, one way ticket)
Shuttle Bus Timetable
(Main Railway Station FFSS → Museum Casa Enzo Ferrari → Ferrari Museum (Maranello)
09:50 – 11:20 – 12:50 – 14:20 – 15:50 – 17:20
(Ferrari Museum (Maranello) → Museum Casa Enzo Ferrari → Main Railway station FFSS)
10:30 – 12:00 – 13:30 – 15:00 – 16:30 – 18:30
The tour buses stopping at the Ferrari Museum must observe the following instructions:
1. Passengers pick-up and drop off
The Ferrari Parking just outside the Museum is an open area with a specific pick-up and drop off point. You can stop your bus in this area for a maximum of 15 minutes, after which you must leave and park your vehicle inside one of the three dedicated parking areas as listed hereafter:
P1 Via Michele Alboreto Parking / Bus Terminal (fee-paying car park)
P2 Via Giuseppe Farina crossing Via Bandini Lorenzo (free / closed on the 2nd Sunday of every month)
P3 Via Ignazio Giunti Parking (free of charge)
2. Follow the directions
In order not to cause traffic jams, you’re required to follow these directions closely, as shown on the following map: