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Modena Private Walking Tour
"Don't let the size of Modena fool you the city has a great story set in a picturesque atmosphere. Explore the hometown of the world famous opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and Enzo Ferrari on this sensational private walking tour.The Modena Private Walking Tour starts from the very central located square Piazza Roma. From here you will have a good view of the imposing Ducal Palace built by the Este family in the 17th century now housing the Military Academy that trains Officers for the Italian Army. Your passionate local guide will tell you about the palace and surrounding area
From EUR125.00
 
Modena Private Walking Tour
"Don't let the size of Modena fool you the city has a great story set in a picturesque atmosphere. Explore the hometown of the world famous opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and Enzo Ferrari on this sensational private walking tour.The Modena Private Walking Tour starts from the very central located square Piazza Roma. From here you will have a good view of the imposing Ducal Palace built by the Este family in the 17th century now housing the Military Academy that trains Officers for the Italian Army. Your passionate local guide will tell you about the palace and surrounding area
From EUR125.00
 
Ferrari Museum in Maranello with Transfer from Bologna
"Start your Ferrari Museum adventure in Bologna where a friendly tour guide will pick you up from your hotel. Head to the town of Maranello home to the Ferrari Museum and the home of the famous Formula One racing team. Once you’ve arrived at the museum choose to skip the line and visit the museum for free or purchase and audio guide for 5 €. See the five themed rooms of the museum its amazing exhibit of World Championship cars and many other important artifacts. Don’t miss the chance to test drive a Ferrari outside of the museum on a real street!The driver will wait for 2-hours while you visit the museum; each additional h providing plenty of opportunities to explore the museum. Your driver will return you to your hotel in Bologna at the end of the visit."""
From EUR135.00

More Transportation in Modena

Traveling by bus

I travel to Modena by bus but in organized tour from Croatia and it has nothing to do with public transportation in city. Even so, Modena bus station was first location we seen upon arriving. The main...
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Odiseya
Dec 22, 2015

hop on and off bus

This is a new service that takes you around Modena, it goes in the city and in the cities nearby, you can buy a voucher for the all itinerary or just for the single trip you intend to do. One of the...
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xaver
Apr 29, 2013

Train

I came by train from Milan. Modena is on the train line betwen Bari and Milano so there are many trains stopping here, you do not necessary need to take the fast and expensive ones, look for the sign...
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xaver
Oct 02, 2012

Local Bus System

Modena Bus system work very good. The buses are frequent and they will take you wherever you need to go. You can find detailed list of the routes and timetable on their site.You don't need to purchase...
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oriettaIT
Oct 15, 2011

Modena Centrale

Modena Centrale, its train station for Trenitalia Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato, is located at Piazza Dante, 14.Modena’s train line is the (Milano-) Piacenza-Parma-Modena-Bologna; it is easily reached...
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von.otter
Nov 30, 2010

Getting to Modena

Modena lies a short distance north-west of Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. It sits along the ancient road, Via Emilia, which links Rimini with Piacenza and eventually Milano. The...
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MM212
Nov 15, 2010
 
 
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Getting to Modena

We drove to Modena from Bologna (via some sights on route) - the trip is around 40kms. The hardest part of it was getting on the right road out of Bologna, the rest was fairly easy. We didn't have to...
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sue_stone
Nov 13, 2006

If flying to Modena the best...

If flying to Modena the best way to get there is to fly to Bologna, catch a bus into town and then get the train from platfrom 1 (west) to Modena, it takes around twenty minutes. There are trains...
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Aug 25, 2002

Top Hotels in Modena

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Viale Berengario 11, Modena, 41100, Italy
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Via Blasia 10, Modena, MO, 41100, IT
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Via Santa Orsola 48, Modena, Italy
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Via Emilia Est 441, Modena, MO, 41100, IT
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Orsola, 48/52, Modena, Italy
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Via Luigi Settembrini 10, Modena, 41100, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Modena

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Duomo - Cathedral

Modena's cathedral is celebrated as the finest Romanesque church in Italy, and was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. The cathedral is dedicated to St Germinianus, whose remains are...
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Day Trip to Maranello - Ferrari

Its 12 euros each (Aug 07). We got a refund. After a 35 minute visit. IF you can find it as their (Ferraris) Galleria web directions start from the wrong Motorway exit... very confusing. Is this why...
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Palazzo Ducale

This large palace was built from 1634 on the site of an earlier castle. It was used as the court of the Este family until 1861. Today it is occupied by the military accademy. You can visit it inside...
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Market

If this is your first time to Modena, you MUST visit the market. Here you will see the many foods that make up the local cuisine of Modena. This area of Italy is known for great food, and they are...
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Palazzo Comunale - Town Hall

Modena's Town Hall consists of a number of medieval buildings which were combined in the 17th century and unified by a facade with a long portico. If you take the time to go inside there are a...
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Theater Luciano Pavarotti

“If children are not introduced to music at an early age, I believe something fundamental is actually being taken from them.” — Luciano Pavarotti, Modena’s native son (1935-2007) In 1838, Marquis...
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Odiseya

"Modena in 2014"
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croisbeauty

"Modena - Citta Ducale"
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sue_stone

"Modena"
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xaver

"Visiting an old friend"
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oriettaIT

"Modena"
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