You can start your tour from any stage on the route
The shuttles depart each morning from the Bologna and Medio Padana (Reggio Emilia) High Speed Stations and Modena Central Station, and then spend the day circling the route, also stopping at the big Novi Park car park in central Modena.
Passport holders can hop on at any stop (for instance, if you wish to visit the Maranello museum or the Pavarotti Museums independently, you can leave your car at either and then take the first shuttle which will then bring you back to the same stop later in the day).
How many stops are there and what is there to see?
At each stop corresponds an attraction:
- the City of Modena with its historic center, the Galleria Estense, the Romanesque Cathedral with its “Ghirlandina”
- Nonantola with its famous Romanesque abbey related to Charlemagne and Matilda of Canossa
- Sassuolo with his wonderful Palazzo Ducale
- Maranello with “its” Ferrari
All of the Municipalities and areas offer a wide variety of amenities: restaurants, hotels and agritourist operations of all kinds, traditional artisan stores and an endless variety of local products. Also in the 18th century gardens of the Ducal Palace in Modena is the Palatipico which features a comprehensive collection of gourmet food products as well as special evenings for visitors.
There are also the specific stops made by the shuttle buses:
- Ferrari and its museums
- the Pavarotti Foundation with the Maestro’s villa and museum
- the MuSa, a museum dedicated to Modena’s signature cured meats and salamis
- the Hombre organic farm with its extraordinary collection of racing and road-going Maseratis
- The other stops take in famous balsamic vinegar makers, Lambrusco wineries and parmesan cheese dairies
- But that’s not all: Sassuolo is also home to the world’s most famous ceramics.
There are two left luggage points on the route where visitors are welcome to store their luggage or other bags:
- Museo Enzo Ferrari bus/shuttle stop in Modena: at the Discover Ferrari & Pavarotti Land information point, Via Paolo Ferrari 98
- Bus/shuttle stop in front of the Ferrari Museum in Maranello: at the ITA Terra dei Motori/Regional Office, Maranello Town and Motor Valley Tourist Centre.