In one hour and a half we’ll reach Modena: a beautiful medieval town that was also the capital of the Duchy of Este from the late sixteenth century. We’ll visit a World UNESCO Heritage Site: Piazza Grande with its Cathedral, the Ghirlandina Tower and the Town Hall.
But Emilia, as much as Romagna, is also the land of delicious food, so we’ll have the opportunity to visit a dairy where Parmesan Cheese is produced and after that, we’ll meet a balsamic vinegar producer and… of course we’ll taste everything!
Finally we can't forget that this is also the birthplace of Luciano Pavarotti, last century's most famous tenor, and if you wish it we’ll visit his home just outside the city, now become a suggestive museum of the Big Luciano's life.
We’ll return to Santarcangelo early in the evening, and the rest of the day will be at your disposal.