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Museo Storico Alfa Romeo

Viale Alfa Romeo, 20020 Arese, Italy
+39 02 4442 5511
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The alfa romeo

It's a great place to undertand the history of the car maker. The cars are in excelent... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Nathaniel M
via mobile
A brilliant tribute to Alfa Romeo

We agree, for Alfa enthusiasts this is a must-see. The museum has been revived very stylishly and... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
mnpotter
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 18:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Viale Alfa Romeo, 20020 Arese, Italy
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+39 02 4442 5511
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It's a great place to undertand the history of the car maker. The cars are in excelent condition. The 3D movie is great. But..but..but the service of the sales person in the alfa romeo dealership is the worse I ever feel in my life. I...More

Thank Nathaniel M
Reviewed 6 days ago

We agree, for Alfa enthusiasts this is a must-see. The museum has been revived very stylishly and has an excellent collection of Alfa's including their greatest cars from the past, including the Giulias, Guiliettas, the Guigiaro Sprint GT and GTV, a luxury 2300, 2500 and...More

Thank mnpotter
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ok, so I am a die-hard Alfa Romeo fan, ever since the very first car I owned. (Alfetta). I live in Minnesota, USA and own a Spider Graduate, which - in Minnesota - means you can only drive it between April and September. Years ago...More

Thank Ukaus123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The renovated AR museum is the place to be, when an Alfista is in Milan. Definitely worth the drive to visit this museum. Obviously you get to see the rare Alfas, i.e. 33 Stradale, 6C, 8C Competizione, Disco Volante, Guilia TZ, Giulietta Sprint Speciale, etc....More

Thank Jeffrey C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You can spend here two hours having fun. Alfa Romeo cars of all kinds, all ages and all colors, not every color, most of them red. Once I had a red Alfa sud. What a car! Very special and beautiful. And finally, if you want...More

1  Thank הלאידר ש
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to this museum on a recent trip to the Milan area. We didn't know that we were in for an Ikea like maze. Don't get me wrong, it was an incredible collection of Alfa's, but the place was designed just like Ikea. Once...More

2  Thank burls1
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Very nice museum with a great number of classic and modern cars and engines. It talks about the full history of Alfa Romeo - I was impressed. There's also a 4D cinema. Unfortunately I didn't get the chance to visit it because I ran out...More

Thank PaulArts
Reviewed 4 June 2017

This is, as expected, beautiful and elegant museum with cars and many history facts show. However several things may be improved: - not all models are presented (Brera, GTV, 145) and many more. If you wish to see the new models (4C, Stelvio, Gulia) go...More

Thank RomanTsr
Reviewed 29 May 2017

This place is a MUST SEE for motorcycle enthusiasts, and for all those who appreciate Italian engineering. Exciting experience, a real "race" in the past in a one day through hundreds of historic cars and not, passing through the competition models and formula 1. I...More

Thank en3pyna
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Great museum with a great variety of past and prototype Alfa Romeos . The only thing I found missing were some Cars from the 70 80 and 90 s . No series 2,3 and 4 Alfa spiders or GTV.and Berlinas. Otherwise a great exhibit.

Thank cyyz2017
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ncs1205
14 October 2016|
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Response from Marina74t | Reviewed this property |
Since we've rented a car in our Italy trip, I could suggest any public transport in the area. But 'rome2rio' could. The are subway and bus options, try them!
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topdog83
25 January 2016|
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Response from JJAA54 | Reviewed this property |
Walking is probably the least expensive way. It's less than 20km so pretty feasible. Consider though that you may also have to walk back.
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SusanP196
20 December 2015|
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Response from Ernesto L | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Taking a cab from the main railway station will take ~ 45 min. to get there (depending on the traffic) and will cost a bit... I suggest you ask the concierge at your hotel to find the best way to travel there... More
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