Fiat 500 Club heads to Italy

Owners of Fiat 500’s mark your calendars for an outing on 21st September, heading out from the Principality and into the mountains of Italy.

Photo: Club 500 Monte Carlo

The Fiat 500, that iconic car first designed by Italian engineer Danta Giacosa in 1957 as an affordable and practical post-war vehicle, is now one of the most beloved cars Fiat has ever produced. If you are the lucky owner of one, you are invited to join the Fiat 500 Club of Monte Carlo for a special outing on 21st September. 

The convoy leaves at 9:30am and makes its way toward Ventimiglia, before heading into the mountains where the group has been invited to stop in Perinaldo for a mid-morning apero. Afterward the procession carries on to Dolceacqua, where I Gumbi, a local agritourism, will host lunch. 

 For those interested, a film will be shown after lunch at the Visionarium 3-D in Dolceacqua, before drivers make their way home from 4:30pm.

Open to all, registration is available until 10th September through the club.