Moto Guzzi museum

IN AN ATTEMPT to be objective, I should say that the Moto Guzzi museum – at Mandello del Lario, on the banks of Lake Como in northern Italy – has relatively few motorcycles on display for a world-class museum.

It’s housed in an old building, dating from the 1920s, and the displays are plain and utilitarian.

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Also, in purely objective terms, visitor facilities are poor.

Admission is free of charge. There are no audio guides or booklets to lend a helping hand.

This is a museum fit only for the dedicated Moto Guzzi acolyte. Voyeurs, bystanders and tourists need to seek their historical thrills elsewhere.

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