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Get to know the city of Modena, and its major attractions, on this private walking tour. Meet your guide in the center of town, and set off: you’ll see landmarks ranging from Roman ruins and Renaissance–era palaces to the Modena Cathedral and its Ghirlandina Tower, a symbol of the city. As you go, you’ll also learn about Modena’s long history and famous residents, from Enzo Ferrari to Luciano Pavarotti.
Get a taste of Modena’s history and cuisine on a private 3-hour walking tour. A stroll through the city center takes you to Piazza Roma, Palazzo Ducale, Torre Ghirlandina, and beyond, while your guide provides dynamic commentary. Along the way, visit four family-owned food stores, where you can sample classic dishes as they're prepared in the region. Delight your palate with balsamic vinegar, pasta, wine, and more.
During our small group tour our fully certified English-speaking tour guide will lead you at the discovery of the beauties of Modena!
Modena is city of art, quality food, peculiar wines, famous sport cars and bel canto, we specifically design this evening tour to allow our customer to experience the charming city of Modena when the city is at its best, free of busy crowds, open to beauties and entertainments!
This walking tour of Modena reveals the charm and history of this ancient Italian town. The tour begins in the Piazza Grande and moves on to the Cathedral complex and the Duomo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll also peruse a local market to see what the locals eat.
See many of Modena’s essential landmarks—including several UNESCO World Heritage Sites—on this private walking tour. Pick from morning or afternoon departure times, meet your guide, and set off on foot. You’ll see the Modena Cathedral, the Piazza Grande, the Novi Ark Archaeological Park, and more. As you go, learn more about Modena’s wealth of culture and history, and even sample tigella: stuffed, toasted bread that’s a popular local snack.
We’re often asked “which Ferrari museum is better?” The short answer is they are both excellent and a visit to both makes for a more comprehensive experience.The Ferrari red and the Prancing Horse logoi t’s the brand that defines Italian sports cars, despite its luxury neighbors Maserati and Lamborghini just down the road. Even if you’re not a racing or car enthusiast, take the Ferrari tour it will give you a real appreciation for the legendary brand even if you’re not a race car fan. For racing fans, a visit here is no doubt at the top of your Italy bucket list!
“Ask a child to draw a car and certainly he will do it in red.”
(Cit. Enzo Ferrari)
The Museo Enzo Ferrari delivers a unique and enthralling museum experience that takes visitors back to the roots of the world’s most famous marque. Topped by a striking yellow car bonnet-inspired roof that stands out against the Modena skyline, the Museo not only tells the story of Ferrari’s founding father but also showcases some of the most beautiful cars ever built. The Museo Enzo Ferrari also encompasses the former workshop of Enzo Ferrari’s father which has been meticulously restored and now houses the Museum of Ferrari Engines where visitors can see the Prancing Horse’s most experimental power units as well as the perfect engines that equip the track and road cars that have given such satisfaction to both Ferrari and its tifosi.
In this 2 hours small group tour a fully certified English-speaking tour guide will lead you at the discovery of the beauties of Modena.Enjoy this charming little town and its beauties, you will see Piazza Grande, the Cathedral, Piazza Roma, Pomposa and much more!
Modena is known for its portico-lined streets, UNESCO-listed cathedral, and vibrant squares and markets. Visit the city’s highlights in just a few hours with this walking tour through the historic district that takes in impressive churches and palaces along with the bustling Albinelli market, filled with locals doing their daily shopping. Learn about the history and culture of the city via your guide’s anecdotes and commentary throughout the tour.
Join this 3 hours private tour, follow a professional, local guide along the narrow streets of the historical centre and listen to the stories and fascinating anecdotes about the main families of the city.
Modena, a little city in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region, has become famous around the world for the great automotive industry – among the others we remember brands such as Ferrari, Panini, Lamborghini – and for the food delicacies such as the balsamic vinegar and the fresh tortellini pasta.
But more than this, Modena has a great historical and cultural heritage!