TOUR - 1st STOP
Sassuolo: Palazzo Ducale
Transformed into the summer residence of the Dukes of Este in 1634, the pre-existing castle becomes a jewel of the Northern Italian Baroque, becoming the Estense Delizia.
Decorate the palace frescoes and paintings by extraordinary artists, including court painter Jean Boulanger.
There is a permanent exhibition of sculptures and paintings (‘500-‘800) from the Galleria Estense of Modena, and temporary exhibitions of modern art.
TOUR - 2nd STOP
Maranello: il Cavallino Restaurant
The Emilian tradition is an experience of flavors that the Cavallino Restaurant loves to tell in its unmistakable style, rewarding the recipes of the past and the tastiest ingredients. To tie everything is a special fil rouge, a passion dyed of that particular and unparalleled shade of red that the world envies us.
It is 1985 when the management of the Ristorante Cavallino, owned by Ferrari, is entrusted by Enzo Ferrari to Giuseppe Neri. Thanks to the experience gained in the sector, the restaurant is reborn with a renewed image in line with the parent company.
This is how a winning union originates, all of Emilian, which intrinsically binds the best of our territory.
TOUR - 3rd STOP
Maranello: Ferrari museum
Immerse yourself in the Ferrari story past and present, and top off the experience with a bit of time travel to the future too. The Maranello Museum tells the Ferrari story by delving deep into the Prancing Horse’s extraordinary roots and taking visitors on a magnificent journey via its most famous and successful F1 cars, legendary sports prototypes and GTs, and, of course, the road cars that have set the benchmark for the entire car industry.
For enthusiasts eager for an even more all-around experience, a regular shuttle bus link to the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena runs throughout the entire day, departing from the Ferrari Museum plaza in Maranello.
TOUR - 4th STOP
Modena: Casa Museo Pavarotti
The residence of Master Pavarotti was finished in 2005; It is located in the area that he had acquired in the mid-eighties.
In that same area Pavarotti has dedicated himself to his passion for horses, building and opening a riding school. Since 1991, for 11 years, the Master has hosted in his estate a prestigious show jumping competition (CSIO), attended by the most famous show-jumpers of the international horse riding circuit.
The villa has been designed following the instructions and drawings that the tenor gave to the architects and engineers who have supervised the construction. Many artifacts have been made by blacksmiths, carpenters, carvers, decorators from all over Italy who have created unique products. Even today his home reflected in every detail the personality of the one who conceived it. The house keeps personal items that he loved and contains the memories of his days spent in the company of family, friends and young students.
The visit to this house will will enable visitors to experience Pavarotti in the light of its most intimate and warm rooms, to approach gently to his memory knowing his daily habits, finding the man he was once behind the scenes. You will especially enjoy the costumes so dear to him, pictures and videos that have marked his great artistic career, the countless awards and awards in a career of over forty years in opera houses around the world.
TOUR - 5th STOP
The Museo Enzo Ferrari is more than just a museum. It is a spectacular immersive experience that combines a dizzying mix of unique ingredients.
Visitors not only get to admire the stunning cars displayed in the futuristic 2,500 square metre main pavilion but are also treated to a spectacular audio-visual show to tell the magical story of Enzo Ferrari’s 90 years. A story that spans everything from his childhood in the early years of the 20th century to his racing driver days, his time as the Scuderia boss and then a constructor in his own right with the great triumphs that brought.
This stunning piece of modern architecture is flanked by the workshop of Enzo Ferrari’s father which has been meticulously restored as the home of the Ferrari Engines Museum. A story within a story that further reveals just how absolutely unique the marque is.
|9.15 am||Modena||Meeting point: to be defined. The party will be split into two 50 persons coaches|
|9.30 am||Modena-Sassuolo||Departure for Sassuolo|
|10.00 am||Sassuolo||01. Guided tour of Sassuolo Ducal Palace.
Due to organizational reasons, groups of 25 people will be formed and each will be accompanied by an English speaking guide. The visit lasts about 1 and a half hour. We do suggest some more interesting places to visit in the surrounding area.
Ducal Peschiera (Fishery) – in the palace courtyard – https://www.comune.sassuolo.mo.it/aree-tematiche/cultura-sport-e-tempo-libero/cultura/luoghi-storici/la-peschiera-ducale
Bertozzi and Casoni Museum – permanent contemporary art exhibition dedicated to ceramics where you can admire huge sculptures –
|12.30 am||Sassuolo – Maranello||Departure for Maranello|
|1.00 pm||Maranello||02. Lunch at Cavallino Restaurant|
|2.30 pm||Maranello||03. Visit to Ferrari Museum:
participants will visit the museum on their own. It takes about one hour.
Among the museum attractions we recommend the semi-professional Formula 1 simulator and the pit stop experience. For these special activities online booking is necessary by clicking on the menu “Other activities”
You must schedule these activities, which are at your own expense, between 2,30 pm and 3,30.
|After visiting the Ferrari Museum , you are offered two alternative sites
Each site can host only 50 people, therefore you are kindly requested to make your choice promptly in the application form. Reception of your preference is subject to availability.
|GROUP 1 MODENA ENZO FERRARI MUSEUM|
|4.00 pm||Modena||Visit to the Museum
Modena Enzo Ferrari museum delivers a unique and enthralling museum experience that takes visitors back to the roots of the world’s most famous car make. Topped by a striking yellow car bonnet-inspired roof that stands out against Modena skyline, not only does the Museum tell the story of Ferrari’s founding father but it also showcases some of the most beautiful cars ever built.
Modena Museum 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 which have given great satisfaction to both Ferrari and its “tifosi” (supporters).
|6.00 pm||Walk back to hotel.|
|GROUP 2 LUCIANO PAVAROTTI’S HOME MUSEUM, MONTALE DI MODENA|
|4.00 pm||Montale||Visit to Luciano Pavarotti’s Home Museum
Luciano Pavarotti’s home reflects in every detail the personality of the great tenor. The house keeps personal items that he loved and contains the memories of his days spent in the company of family, friends and young students. The visit to his house will enable visitors to experience Pavarotti in the light of its most intimate and warm rooms, to approach his memories gently by knowing his daily habits, finding the man he was once behind the scenes. You will especially enjoy the costumes so dear to him, the pictures and videos that have marked his great artistic career, the countless awards in a career of over forty years in opera houses around the world.
The visit lasts about 1 and a half hour. You will be accompanied by a guide.
|6.00 pm||Modena||Departure for Modena, arrival at about 6,30 pm.|
|8.00 pm||Modena||Tennis Club Modena Viale Monte Kosica 59|