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Glamorous cities, scenic roads, exclusive getaways, there’s always a good place to drive your Ferrari.

Nick Mason with his precious Ferrari 250 GTO

I was there

Nick Mason, celebrated drummer with Pink Floyd, our Contributing Editor and a noted Ferrari collector, looks back to the time when the fabled rock band provided a soundtrack to the late 1960s West Coast counter culture

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The Ferrari Guide: Turin

The former capital of the Kingdom of Italy, Turin has always had an aristocratic, slightly reserved air. It remains the capital of the Italian motor car, home to Fiat and the Agnellis, along with the Bertone, Pininfarina and Giugiaro families, and other celebrated craftsmen and car specialists. With its regal history providing a backdrop, Turin always looks to the future, with its busy cultural centre, devoted to design and contemporary art. We present the best of this intriguing city

Turin

The Ferrari Guide: Turin

The former capital of the Kingdom of Italy, Turin has always had an aristocratic, slightly reserved air. It remains the capital of the Italian motor car, home to Fiat and the Agnellis, along with the Bertone, Pininfarina and Giugiaro families, and other celebrated craftsmen and car specialists. With its regal history providing a backdrop, Turin always looks to the future, with its busy cultural centre, devoted to design and contemporary art. We present the best of this intriguing city
Words Silvia Frau Photography Gabriela Noris

The Ferrari Guide:Rio de Janeiro

The Ferrari Guide: Rio de Janeiro

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012, Rio de Janeiro is known as the Cidade Maravilhosa (the Wonderful City), a true spectacle of nature, where sandy beaches, clear blue sea and mountains covered by dense tropical vegetation contrast with urban sprawl. Among the city’s many charms, and perhaps even more celebrated than the annual carnival, is the Corcovado Mountain with its Christ The Redeemer statue, which dominates a truly unique landscape

Wynwood Walls at Miami and the California

The Ferrari Guide: Miami

There’s a good reason why Miami is known as The Magic City. It glows day and night, pulsating with energy from the ocean’s waves and is set to a soundtrack uniting bongo beats with
electronica. Anything can happen here. As we find out behind the wheel of a Ferrari California that, despite the name, adapts itself well to the pleasing climate of Florida