Driving our way through Italy, all the way from Venezia down to Rome, we decided to briefly stop at Sant'Agata Bolognese —the birthplace of Lamborghini—and visit the 'Museo Lamborghini'. Sant'Agata Bolognese is a small community located east of Modena and about 38 kilometers northwest of Bologna. The 'Museo Lamborghini' is located adjacent to the factory on Via Modena and a must-see for watch lifestylers that appreciate automobiles. The 'Museo Lamborghini' offers a unique collection of vintage Lamborghinis that clearly show the evolution and history of this automaker.
At the museum you will be able to appreciate some of the most iconic Lamborghini machines ever made, all the way from a Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 Superleggera to a Espada, a Countach 25th Anniversary Edition—only 658 pieces made—, a few Miuras and a LM002, amongst others.
Next to the 'Museo' by the factory side, we came across a beautiful Lamborghini Murcielago in carbon fiber that was just remarkable. As you make your way out of the 'Museo' you will find the Lamborghini store. A must shop type of place. Get plenty of Super Trofeo merchandise with Blancpain's logo on it. After taking off from Sant'Agata, stop by for a delicious meal at Gran Torino and experience the amazing Northern Italian cuisine in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region. A visit that is well worth it.