Shrop Moglia

ShropMog follow the route of the Mille Miglia on a tour through Italy.

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A great way to explore the countryside and cities of Italy is to follow the route of this historic road race. Entry into the retro event run these days is near-impossible, requiring an eligible car and deep pockets, so why not follow the route in a more relaxed manner, enjoying the countryside and the cities along the way.

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In 1955 Stirling Moss completed the 1000 miles in just over 10-hours. We were a bit slower, taking 14 ...

... days! But we did a bit more sight seeing, sampled the food and wine, visited some fantastic museums and galleries and included detours to see Imola, San Gimignano and Pisa.

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Poppies in the fields in the north.
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A detour off the west side of Lake Garda climbs the hill.
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View of the lake, cliffs and the road up.
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Sirmione
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Verona
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Padova
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Rovigo
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Ferrara
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Ravenna
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Gambettola
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Rimini
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San Marino
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San Marino
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Sansepolcro
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Foligno
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Terni
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Viterbo
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Viterbo
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Radicofani
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Olives and grapes in Tuscany
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Buonconvento
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Siena
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San Casciano VDP
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Florence
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Passo Della Futa
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Passo Della Raticosa
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Detour to Imola for a look at the racing circuit.
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Bologna
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Modena
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Maranello
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Ferrari Museum
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Ferraris on display
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Prancing horse statue in stainless steel outside the Ferrari factory.
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Fiorano Modenese
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Reggio Emilia
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Parma
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Casalmaggiore
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Cremona
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Manerbio




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