MONTALE – Open-air archaeological park, ideal for families! A model reconstruction of a village with typical homes from 3500 years ago was built inside the open-air museum. A visitor can go back in time visiting the village that holds a moat, embarkment, and two homes that are decorated with pottery, tools, weapons, and clothes.
SPILAMBERTO – Discover Traditional Balsamic Vinegar’s rich and long history. The museum offers guided tours about production methods.
SPILAMBERTO – Medieval castle built by the noble Rangone family. It is located in the town’s park.
VIGNOLA – The fortress in Vignola is an emblem of cultural uniqueness. With strong local roots, the fortress had strong influences from other regions of Italy and Europe that can been seen in its architecture. It is today a famous attraction that hosts open-air concerts and cultural initiaves.
VIGNOLA – The main residence of the noble Contrari family. It is located alongside the Fortress of Vignola and was built in the 1560s.
CASTELVETRO DI MODENA – Sitting on the hills the of wine country, the castle was built in the 12th century. Today is it a charmning venue were exhibitions, cultural events, and private receptions are held. Inside the castle is located the Wine Museum Rosso Graspa, a must while visiting the area.
CASTELVETRO DI MODENA – Castelvetro rhymes with Lambrusco. An enchanting town that charms every visitor, especially the wine lover.
NONANTOLA – Dedicated to Saint-Sylvester, the complex was built during the Middle Ages and houses the Abbey’s archives, library, Benedictine Museum and Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art. The archives conserve the entire heritage of the Abbey with a rich documentary collection that consists of over 4500 parchments that date as early as 751.
GUIGLIA – The protected area extends from the valley bottom of Panaro to the mountain slopes, safeguarding an important hilly landscape rich in history and nature. The pinnacles of Sassi stand out in the Park: spectacular cliffs dominate the surrounding area.
AREA OF TERRE DI CASTELLI – Numerous bike paths are set up in the area ranging in difficulty and landscape.
MODENA – Luciano Pavarotti built this home outside Modena to entertain friends, teach young singers, and enjoy family life. It is now a museum where his private collection of memorabilia, costumes, and awards gathered throughout his long career are exposed. The museum celebrates the artistic and philanthropic legacy of the “man who moved millions.”
MARANELLO – Immerse yourself in Ferrari from past to present and experience time travel to the future. The Museum in Maranello tells the story of Ferrari by delving into the Prancing Horse’s extraordinary roots and taking visitors on a journey of F1 cars, sports prototypes, and road cars.
CASTELVETRO DI MODENA – Founded in 1860, Cleto Chiarli is the region’s earliest wine producer. After five generations of family management, the winery continues to pass down tradition in wine making. It is today one of the leading producers of Lambrusco wine.
NONANTOLA – Giacobazzi Vini since 1958 made the history of Lambrusco and of renowned Italian Spumanti. In Nonantola, Giacobazzi Vini hosts a wine museum and a precious collection of sport antiques. It is a unique exhibition where culture, history, and sports live side by side.
MODENA – The Giusti Museum offers an extraordinary journey through a collection of objects and documents preserved for generations: from the ancient jars used for conservation, to the tools used over the centuries by vinegar makers, up to the first bottles and advertising leaflets of the early twentieth century.
SAN VITO DI SPILAMBERTO – Balsamic vinegar tours and tastings.
CASTELFRANCO EMILIA – Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena tours and tastings in a countryside setting.
VIA PER SPILAMBERTO 17 – SETTECANI – 41051 CASTELNUOVO RANGONE
VIA TURATI 14 – 41051 CASTELNUOVO RANGONE
VIA VANDELLI 100 – 41051 CASTELNUOVO RANGONE
VIA PALETTI 32 – 41051 CASTELNUOVO RANGONE
VIA MODENA 171 – 41014 CASTELVETRO DI MODENA
VIA TASSO 9/1 – 41014 CASTELVETRO DI MODENA
VIA COSTITUZIONE 9 – 41014 CASTELVETRO DI MODENA
VIA MODENA 173 – 41014 CASTELVETRO DI MODENA
VIA CESARE PAVESE 2/A – 41014 CASTELVETRO DI MODENA
VIA BASSA PAOLUCCI 55 – CASINALBO – 41043 FORMIGINE
VIA SAN GIOVANNI BOSCO 16 – 41043 FORMIGINE
VIA NUOVA ESTENSE 2248 – 41053 MARANELLO
VIA VANDELLI TORRE MAINA, 688 – 41053 MARANELLO
VIA PER VIGNOLA, 247 – MARANELLO
VIA COLTELLINI 31 – 41100 MODENA
P.ZZA XX SETTEMBRE 24 – 41121 MODENA
VIA PERLASCA 20/C – 41126 MODENA
CORSO CANALCHIARO 136/A – 41121 MODENA
VIA EMILIA OVEST 802 – 41123 MODENA
VIA OTTORINO RESPIGHI 145/151 – 41122 MODENA
VIALE GRAMSCI 106 – 41122 MODENA
STRADA VIGNOLESE 1726/A – 41126 MODENA
VIA TAGLIO 50/52 – 41121 MODENA
VIA SECCHIA 99 – 41123 MODENA
VIALE VITTORIO VENETO 2 – 41124 MODENA
VIA B. PAGANELLI 40 – 41122 MODENA
VIALE AMENDOLA 445 – 41125 MODENA
VIA EMILIA EST 794 – 41125 MODENA
VIA DEL TAGLIO 12 – 41121 MODENA
STRADA PAGANINE 133/2 – 41126 MODENA
VIA STATALE 76 – 41050 SOLIGNANO
VIA SEGA 2 – 41058 VIGNOLA
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