Visit La Marzocco
For those who are interested in the pleasure of visiting our company, learning about the history of La Marzocco, the traditions of Handmade in Florence since 1927, observing the machines in construction, which make up the company’s heritage, as well as take part in the La Marzocco family experience, we organize tours of our show room and factory on week days by appointment only at 10.30 am and with requests being made at least ONE week prior to date of preferred visit.
Please indicate the week day that is most convenient, (which will subsequently be confirmed as indicated dates must be compatible on our end). We can accept groups of up to a maximum of 30 people. Visits are carried out in French, English, German, Italian, Romanian or Spanish and usually last between 1 to 1 and a half hours.
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La Marzocco Srl
Via La Torre 14/H, Loc. La Torre
50038 – Scarperia (FI), Italy
How to reach La Marzocco
From the central Florence train station (Santa Maria Novella- SMN) take the train to Borgo San Lorenzo or Faenza , get off at the San Piero a Sieve station (approximately 30 minutes). A member of our staff will meet you and accompany you to the factory (5 minutes by car). Please see www.trenitalia.com for timetables. We recommend the train at 9:40 am for a morning visit.
We suggest the CAP bus service from Largo Alinari (opposite the central train station in Florence – left) departing at 9:00 am for a morning visit. The trip lasts approximately 55 minutes. After passing the town of San Piero a Sieve, ask the driver to let you off at the La Torre bus stop (before Borgo San Lorenzo). You will find yourself on a tree-lined main thoroughfare. Across the road to the left, at approximately 50 yards, lies a series of new, industrial buildings. The last row and building on the northeast corner is La Marzocco, easily recognized by its typical Tuscan facade. Please see www.amvbus.it for timetables.
Approximately 50 minutes from Piazza Libertà (adjacent to the north edge of the “historical” center of Florence) follow indications for via Bolognese (Route SS65), Trespiano, Vaglia, and Bologna. Once on the via Bolognese continue to climb, passing La Pietra, La Lastra, Trespiano, Pian di San Bartolo, Montorsoli and Pratolino. The journey from this point on is downhill – continue on Route SS65 and pass Fontebuona, Vaglia, Campomigliaio and San Piero a Sieve. Once at the end of San Piero a Sieve, turn right onto Route SS551, following indications for Borgo San Lorenzo. After circa 1,5 km. and after the 2 railroad underpasses, there is a series of new, industrial buildings on the left. The last row and building on the northeast corner is La Marzocco, easily recognized by its typical Tuscan facade. If you come to a sign that specifies “La Torre” you have gone 50 meters too far.