The Nicolis Museum of Verona is celebrating the 70th birthday of the famous Vespa Piaggio, who has not just accompanied 3 generations of young people, but that has become a symbol and one of the most representative brands of Italiy. The exhibition was inaugurated the last 6th July but will continue until the 30th October; throughout the exhibition in the Nicolis Museum, visitors can see the whole history of the legendary Italian scooter, the same driven by Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in the historical film "Roman Holiday".
It starts from the beginning until nowadays, the exhibition allows visitors to see up close 70 models of Vespa; the first prototype of the product, the 125 and Gran Turismo up to the most loved 50 special and all the other unique pieces.
The exhibition is not only composed by the real Vespas, but it is also characterized by advertisements, movie posters, and the memories that accompanied the Vespa over three generations. Visiting Exhibition Vespa is not just admire the best examples produced by Piaggio, but above all means admire one of the most famous icon of design in the world: a concentration of the made in Italy, Italian intellectual, positive and human values, in other words, a legend.