Famous throughout the world for its cuisine and the roar of its engines, Modena is a city with an elegant and discreet charm that offers the tourist unparalleled wonders: starting with the cobblestones in river stones of Piazza Grande, the living room of the city. , on which stand the imposing Romanesque Cathedral built by the architect Lanfranco and the sculptor Wiligelmo and the refined Torre Ghirlandina, a World Heritage Site, from whose top you can enjoy an all-round view of the city. The Town Hall houses the Municipal Acetaia dedicated to one of the products that make Modena famous throughout the world, the precious balsamic vinegar. Do not miss a stop at the Albinelli Historical Market in Liberty style, where you can stop for lunch or choose from the many street food proposals. From Corso Canalgrande, which houses the statue of Maestro Luciano Pavarotti, you reach the Palazzo Ducale, now home to the Military Academy. For engine lovers, the ideal destination is the MEF – Enzo Ferrari Museum, futuristic architecture of over 2,500 square meters that houses the exhibition of legendary cars and interactive itineraries and the historic Enzo workshop, now home to the Ferrari Museum of Motors.
Just half an hours drive from Corte d’Aibo you can visit numerous places of interest and some useful information can be found at:
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