However, the Italian tour does include three days at the Mugello MotoGP in the VIP hospitality tent, so there could be a chance for fans to score a handshake, selfie and autograph.
The $6499 Mugello MotoGP trip also includes dropping into Rossi’s hometown of Tavullia, to the maestro’s dirt track VR46 ranch plus a visit to the VR46 store and restaurant.
For a quick video treat of what that will be like, check out this video by veteran motorcycle journo Mick Matheson who took his family of Rossi fans to Tavullia to stalk the Doctor.
The Mugello MotoGP tour costs $6499 per person twin share or $7699 per person single. All meals, accommodation, entry fees, transfers and coach costs are included in the deal, but flights are not included.
Riders will have two nights in Rome to check out classic sights such as the Vatican, Coliseum, Roman Forum and for shoppers, the Prada outlet store.
There are also six nights in Florence to soak up the vibes of this historic city including a guided tour of the Duomo.