+39 events is one of the leading DMCs in Italy offering solutions, creative ideas and concrete professional assistance exclusively to international clients with main focus on incentives, meetings and conference programs. With offices in Milan, Rome and Venice, we cover Italy like no other. Whatever your needs, we’ll match them and go above and beyond. Our team is passionately committed to perfection.
This is an unforgettable experience that lets you live with us in Monza, the temple of speed, driving extremely performing cars such as Ferrari F430 F1 || Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano || Porsche 911 Turbo || Lamborghini Gallardo || Aston Martin DB9. You can drive all of them or choose only one (supplements may apply). Your instructor will look after you during your driving experience. The advantage to this is that you learn correct driving techniques in a short time. Being able to judge correctly how and when to break, identify a fast and safe trajectory and use the acceleration pedal in a smooth, yet quick way, will enable you to improve you driving (even in terms of speed), without giving up the safety aspect. All this under the watchful eye of professional instructors, who are always ready to help you and guide you on required driving techniques.
A new concept developed for our clients and a new opportunity for your guests, they will have the chance to feel the emotion of 2 hot laps aside our pro pilots, who will drift each turn of the circuit at speeds you would never think possible. With the same cars used for the HOT LAP we also propose a Drifting Camp where guests will have the chance to drive themselves – with a pro pilot sitting next to them – and try to do a perfect 360° drift loop in a given time (3/5 minutes according to the daily program). The paddock used for this activity will be wet to allow an easier drift, many will “miserably” fail the test… but the fun is guaranteed for everyone .
Thanks to two Formula 1 3-seaters that were made to sit two passengers besides the driver, you will feel the real meaning of adrenaline. A professional driver will lead you through a unique experience; you will be sitting next to him and together you will go from 0 to 200 in less than 5 seconds – you will under stand the meaning of the word “breaking zone” , you will be speeding faster than 300km/h in full safety. The experience includes 2 laps.
Who will be the quickest team to change the tires of your one-seater? A competition against the clock for a unique team building experience. During incentive events or during single programs we will create teams of 8/10 people who will change the tires on our one-seaters, exactly in the same way a sit happens during GP. When the car (driven by one of our professional drivers) drives in, the “mechanics” will have to lift it, unscrew the nuts through special devices, change tires, take down the car and give the go ahead to the driver. Are they going to make it within 10 seconds? Who will be the quickest team? What will be the special prize?
In the hospitality room we will set up 2 or 3 F1 & GT simulators. These are the real test machines on whose even professional pilots train often, or use to get familiar with new circuits they don’t know. Thanks for the time records we can make it as challenge activity awarding the fastest driver at the end of the day
You can discover Rome wearing the clothes of a real reporter, catching the scoop around the most beautiful streets and squares of the City, with the lights pointed on the imagination and on the will to play the game! This team building unifies the groups around the missions described on a special roadbook. The Capital will be seen from the new Paparazzo perspective, stimulating the spirit of initiative and the work around shared objectives. The communication inventiveness, the problem solving skills and the time management will define the strongest team. Every Team will be guided and suggested by one of our collaborators, a sixties Paparazzo in pure “Dolce Vita” style. Everybody will be astonished to see the shots published on a real newspaper, printed at the moment and delivered to participants after a striking dinner with cabaret show.
Driving a charming vintage sports car with the wind in your hair and the perfumes of the countryside driving along the "wine roads", savoring the pleasure of driving far away from traffic, discovering the daily life of the Medieval and Renaissance villages where you can still taste the ancient regional cookery, following our suggestions and always relying on a kind and discreet assistance. Pick up of the vintage car at the hotel and self drive through the striking path of Tuscany. Given the high number of cars involved we suggest to create a nice and scenic “convoy” that will also make it easier in case we’d like to stop and to give some tourist information with our guides. During the day we will stop in authentic farmhouses for olive oil and Chianti wine tastings.
Zip around the streets of Rome in the stylish Italian Vespas, surrounded by ancient monuments and history! Enjoy a 3 hour tour aboard your own 2 seat Vespa, and accompanied by expert drivers, including 2/3 stops of which you can choose the location. The vehicles will be strictly vintage, so registered by 1984, equipped with helmet. All the vehicles and passengers are covered by insurance (RC Auto – Civil Responsibility). They will be driven by our professional staff, 24 to 60-years old, trained to keep to a 40 KM/H cruising speed.
City sightseeing by historical tram with an English speaking guide: discover Milan on board an original Peter Witt classical tram. This is a different way to visit Milano with its typical eating houses, striking corners, internal courtyards and narrow streets. The program for the tram ride can be developed according to your requirements regarding highlights to include.
The group will be divided into 2 groups of 35 pax. While one group enjoys leisure time around Venice, the other group will begin a mask decorating activity. Then the groups will rotate. These masks can be used at the farewell dinner . This opportunity offers a creative, fun activity and simultaneously provides a keepsake and memory that guests will be able to take home. The idea of this workshop is to have everyone, even those participants who are not used to working with their hands, decorate a mask to their own taste which they will be able to keep as a memory of their visit to Venice.
The primary objective of this team building is the enhancement of personal emotional charge within a team seen as a catalyst for business progress. We will provide one map divided in 10 quarters for each team. Participants will carry out missions and for each quarter won, an Handmaid provide the team with a sticker of the conquered area and at the same time the team will be able to fix and fly the flag of his own legion. The final meeting will be Imperial Fora, where only the team holding the largest number of territories conquered will challenge the "Gladiator" in a final proof for the conquest of the Empire. At the end of the game a Handmaid will give every participant a laurel crown as a symbol of the key of the city.
Enjoy the magnificent ancient city of Rome in a healthy, active and fun way, that is by bike. Whereas some years ago it was difficult to imagine Rome being a city suitable for bicycles, today we can confidently say that it is and it rather seems that the use of bikes is beginning to grow as a valid alternative to cars. Taking part in one of our guided tours means exploring Rome riding a top quality bike with an expert guide capable of taking you in a totally relaxed way around Rome, where every open square is a discovery, every alley is a surprise and there is an unexpected encounter around every corner
This visit will include the Gallery of the Maps, where a magnificent ceiling decorated with stucco and paintings showing the Miracles of the Church shelters a double line of frescoes representing all the Italian regions as they were in 1580. We will also visit the courtyard of the pine cone, which takes its name from a gigantic bronze pine cone from ancient Roman times. The frescoes with stories of the Church are the work of some of the greatest Renaissance artists led by Raphael. The frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and the world-famous Last Judgement are the highest work of Michelangelo: the ones on the side walls, among which are works by Botticelli and Pinturicchio, are to be considered the greatest concentration of Renaissance frescoes in the whole world.
Enjoy a 50 minutes long hot air balloon ride with fantastic views of the Siena Hills. Meeting before 8 am and transfer to the take off area, where guests will partecipate at the final stage of inflation of hot air balloon. The whole activity will take approx 3hrs. Guests will be splitted into subgroups. The flight will be done in two consecutive flights of approx 29pax each. They will flight on 3 balloons which will take off approx at the same time. This activity can be done only early morning at dawn and is subject to weather conditions
Enjoy a tour discovering the two renowned islands in front of Venice, Murano, Burano and Torcello. All visitors of Burano remain intrigued by the many colours of houses that are reflected into the green waters of channels, by the Oblique Bell Tower. Like Venice, Murano is formed of seven islands in turn connected by bridges and its Grand Canal that runs through them. An extremely curious characteristic of this island is the fact that it has its own lighthouse. The Murano lighthouse is located in the Fondamenta Francesco Maria Piave and is a cylindrical building made of Istrian stone. Torcello is a quiet and sparsely populated island at the northern end of the Venetian Lagoon. It is the oldest continuously populated region of Venice, and once held the largest population of the Republic of Venice. Today's main attraction is the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta. Another noteworthy sight for tourists is an ancient stone chair, known as Attila’s Throne. It has, however, nothing to do with the king of the Huns, but it was most likely the podestà s or the bishop’s chair. Torcello is also home to a Devil's Bridge, known as the Ponte del Diavolo or alternatively the Ponticello del Diavolo.
The Doge's Palace was the residence of the Doge and the seat of the main government departments. As one walks through its rooms the history and glory of the Venetian republic is revealed in its paintings and sculptures. Tthe Doge’s Palace is an impressive structure composed of layers of building elements and ornamentation, from its 14th and 15th century original foundations to the significant Renaissance and opulent Mannerist adjunctions. The structure is made up of three large blocks, incorporating previous constructions. The public entrance to the Doge’s Palace in Venice is through the Porta del Frumento, approached through the colonnade under the 14th century waterfront façade. The visit to the upper floors starts in the extraordinary courtyard from where you pass up to the Loggia on the first floor and then to the Institutional Chambers, throughout the first and second floors. The Secret Itinerary through the Doge’s Palace covers the rooms and chambers where the delicate work of some of the most important bodies in the Venetian administration was carried out. These spaces offer an interesting insight into and acknowledgement of the civil and political history of the Venice Republic, its public organisations, and its institutional bodies deputed to government and justice.
After the period at Palazzo Labia, Luigi Bevilacqua moved to its present premises in the Santa Croce district, where the old looms found a permanent home. The Venice premises now house part of the production facilities, plus the warehouse and showrooms. The 18°- century looms and wrappers belonged to the Venetian silk weaving school, and up until the introduction of the Jacquard machine, they had always been used manually. The Rubelli collection brings together age-old Venetian know-how and the passion of five generations. The ancient textile tradition has produced a rich and varied collection which can be adapted to both contemporary and classic interiors and whose high-quality materials (silk, cotton, linen and wool) are manufactured with skill, combining ancient and craft techniques with cutting-edge technology. The Rubelli historical archive, housed in the celebrated Renaissance palazzo Ca’ Corner Spinelli, is a collection of over 6000 textile records which can be dated from the end of the fifteenth century to the first half of the twentieth century.
During this visit to a gondola laboratory learn about the system of construction for the gondola, one which has been handed down from generation to generation with changes and adaptations being made along the way according to the available tools, acceptance of new technologies and the materials available. The construction of the gondola starts with the strongback: a long, curved timber, fastened to the floor of the squero, on top of which the frames are attached. The strongback is not part of the boat, but is what gives the shape to the bottom of boat and holds the pieces together until there are enough pieces fastened to hold themselves together
Discover Venice through the enchanting maze of its channels. The Grand Canal, Venice's “Main Street”, slices through the heart of the city, dividing it in two. It is crossed by three bridges and seven ferry points. The canal is lined with magnificent palaces, built over the course of 500 years and each a masterpiece of architecture and style. During the day, the canal is as busy as the main street of any city, with water busses, taxis, ferries, and gondolas. - suggested to 4 pax per Gondola
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