VIA RAINUSSO 108,41100 MODENA, Modena, IT
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Going to be beach from Modena...
I'm going to Modena for 2-3 month soon to work, and I wonder where the nearest beach is? I've been a lot in Liguria, around Alassio but it's a little bit far away.
So if you have any suggestions about a beach pretty close to Modena where you can go for the day or for the weekend by train or bus, please tell me!
Re: Going to be beach from Modena...
the nearest beach is Riviera Romagnola (Rimini, Riccione, Cesenatico...). With the train you can reach Rimini in a little more than one hour. From Modena there are buses during summer: http://www.atcm.mo.it/lineaMare.asp . The sea isn't the better of the world... but you can find a lot of fun!
Travel Tips for Modena
Maranello, a suburb of Modena,...
Maranello, a suburb of Modena, is home to the Prancing Horse.
While you need an appointment to enter the factory, and you might need proof of ownership to arrange a tour , lots of people can be found walking up & down in front of the factory, and over along the road in front of the Fiorano test track - if lucky, you might catch a glimpse of Michael Schumacher or a test car, but the crowd can be a danger, as they spill into the road.
In Modena central can be found...
In Modena central can be found a couple of points of minor interest - Luciano Pavarotti was born here, and his family, Giuseppe Verdi and the Ferrari family are buried in the same mausoleum at the Cimitero Comunale di San Cataldo - a very LARGE mausoleum, so be prepared to spend some time looking - for Ferrari, from the central garden, find the arches pointing to Galleries U & Z, and Porticatos T & Y, all in the South-west quadrant).
Lamborghini factory museum
The official Lamborghini museum is on the premises of the factory in Sant'Agata Bolognese, app. 15 kilometers northeast of Modena.
The museum has a wonderfull collection of cars, including classics as the Miura SV, two Countaches (one of them the last one every built), the Diablo Roadster prototype and of course the "normal" Diablo. The only cars missing (in my opinion) are the Murciélago and the Gallardo.
The Lamborghini site is much less visited than Ferrari and therefore feels much less touristy. From the museum you can look down on the factory floor and see them assemble your dream car.
Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista
Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista (St. John the Baptist), which is situated on Piazza Matteotti, was built in 1730. It was previously called Oratorio della buona morte (the oratory of good death), being the place where inmates spent their last few hours before being executed.
Chiesa di San Bartolomeo
St. Bartholomew's Church was built from 1607 by the Jesuite Father Giorgio Soldati. Its Baroque facade, completed in late as 1727, is decorated with niches containing statues of St. Bartholomew, St. Lous Gonzaga and Stanislaus Kotska.
Inside the church there are fine works painted by Andrea Pozzo and Antonio Pomarancio.
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Address: VIA RAINUSSO 108,41100 MODENA, Modena, IT