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Saturday, July 20

ITINERARY (subject to change)

Depart from the US to the Bologna. This will be an overnight flight and you will arrive in Bologna on Sunday, July 21.

Delta airlines plane

World Ducati Week 2024

THE event to celebrate Ducati

World Ducati Week is the place to be in 2024 if you're a passionate Ducati fan. Ducatisti from all around the globe will descend on Italy's Adriatic Coast in late July for an amazing weekend at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli and this is your chance to get in on the action. Join us for a celebration of all things Ducati featuring riding experiences, the Race of Champions featuring Ducati's World Championship riders, stunt shows, exhibitions entertaining evening shows and more!

In addition to World Ducati Week, we will tour the Ducati factory and museum, visit Valentino Rossi's hometown of Tavullia, wander through the streets of Old Town San Marino and stroll the beaches of Riccione. For those that have a passion for four-wheels as well as two, the option join the Italian Power Trip Extension to visit Ferrari, Pagani and Lamborghini is also available.

What's Included:

  • Airfare (main cabin)

  • Accommodations (dual occupancy)

  • Ground transportation throughout Italy

  • Ducati factory and museum tour

  • Visit to Tavullia and San Marino

  • World Ducati Week passes

  • SPD Action Travel tour guide

  • Trip extensions and flight upgrades are available


Sunday, July 21

Once you arrive in Bologna, you will be brought to your hotel in Bologna by your SPD Action Travel tour guide. An easy evening will be on tap to help you get acclimated to the time zone change.

 Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, Italy

Monday, July 22

Central Bologna will be our focus for the day. As this is our only full day in the city, we will spend it exploring the cafes, architecture and many other things that make it great.

Bologna Italy canal

Friday, July 26

Day One of World Ducati Week at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. We'll head to the track to take in the opening day festivities.

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Tuesday, July 23

A visit to Borgo Panigale is in order where we will tour the Ducati factory and museum. Walking down the various production lines and getting up close & personal with historic Ducatis is an experience not to be missed.


Thursday, July 25

Tavullia - the home of Valentino Rossi. We'll spend some time in the village, the small "Yellow Park" dedicated to Valentino's motorcycle exploits and you'll even be able to set eyes on his house from the center of town (hint: it's the only house with a driveway that is more similar to a small track)

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Wednesday, July 24

We'll head south to Riccione and on our way we'll make a stop in San Marino to explore the Old Town of one of the oldest Republics in the world.

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Saturday, July 27

The big draw of Day Two at WDW is the Race of Champions. We'll watch as Ducati riders from various World Championships face off on identical machinery. Who will take the crown as the best Ducati rider?


Monday, July 29

For those that do not opt-in to the Italian Power Trip Extension, it's time to board a flight home after a great week in Italy.


Sunday, July 28

Day Three at WDW will mark the final day of the event and after our time at the track is done we will head back to Bologna for the final evening of the trip.


Italian Power Trip Extension

Just outside of Bologna are the homes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani, three Italian automotive powerhouses. We will visit multiple museums and factories of the brands during this two-day trip extension to see some literal motorized works of art.


World Ducati Week Package:

Italian Power Trip Extension:

July 20-29, 2024

July 30-31, 2024





Base packages include airfare, accommodations, ground transportation, tour guide, event entry and more. Upgrades are available for multiple aspects of each tour.




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