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Modena is known all over the world for its car industry, Ferrari, which has got its seat in the near Maranello village.
Modena is one of the Emilian province’s chieftowns, a nice little town in the Po Valley, along Emilia Road (Via Emilia). It is known all over the world for its car industry, Ferrari, which has got its seat in the near Maranello village.
It is also seat of the glorious Italian Military Academy and it benefits of an elevated cultural prestige, thanks to its artistic and cultural heritage. Moreover, Modena is an active industrial, agricultural and commercial centre in constant expansion.
If you want to reach Modena by car, you have to take the motorway A1 Milano-Roma and leave it at the exit sign Modena, or drive along the main road nr. 9, called Emilia.
The railway line follows the motorway network and Modena is well connected and accessible from very part of Italy.
The references if you are flying are: Marconi airport in Bologna and G. Verdi airport in Parma.