Tucked away in the mountains of Epirus in northwestern Greece is the Zagorohoria, a cluster of 48 traditional picturesque villages built amphitheatrically in the area of Timfi, Pindos and Mitiskeli. These medieval structures are a popular tourist destination. People from all over the globe come to the Zagorohoria to walk through these stone streets with high walls and enjoy views that can only be found in Greece.
Earlier this week a tourist had the pleasure of witnessing just how difficult it is to own a Ferrari in this ancient part of Greece. He watched as a man attempted to drive his Ferrari F430 through these narrow cobblestone streets. According to a witness, this delicate procedure took 20 minutes to drive approximately 300 feet! Shockingly it appears that this driver was able to maneuver his F430 through these streets without putting a single scratch on his shiny red Ferrari.
This might be the most pointless place in the world to own a Ferrari as the average speed through these streets is apparently 15 feet per minute.