LaCorte CAMERA BLU NEAR FERRARI WITH PRIVATE PARK

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Private room in bed and breakfast hosted by Cristina

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 private bath
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The house is an ancient convent from the 1600s which became a noble property in about 1720. Completely renovated in
a park of 10,000 square meters of centuries-old oaks, limes, horse chestnuts and many
varieties of ancient fruit plants
biodiversity.
Optimal location
in the countryside but not isolated, a few km from the tourist areas, 10 km from the city of Modena and 10 km from the Modena Sud motorway exit. 1.5 km away is
the Terramara Archaeological Park.

The space
Guests have an entire apartment on the second floor.The BLUE room is double with private bathroom in the room with bathtub.The green room is double with private bathroom with shower. Free weekly linen change cleaning, on request for € 25 per room.
The living area is used for breakfast, reading, relaxation. Breakfast is also included in the price.
The property can accommodate 6/8 people.
Being a B&B it is equipped for breakfast and DOES NOT HAVE
KITCHEN.
However, it is equipped with a microwave oven. Toaster,kettle, coffee maker, Japanese teapot, crockery and cutlery.
There is also a refrigerator with freezer available for guests.

What this place offers

Park view
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Air conditioning
Bathtub
Shared patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Security cameras on property

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Montale Rangone, Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

The centre of Modena revolves around the Via Emilia, just as in the past the Roman city developed on the consular road. Of the Roman city you can admire finds and monuments in the Archaeological Museum, in the Museo Lapidario Estense and in the Lapidario Romano, where the monumental altar of Vetilia Egloge emerged from a building site in 2007 in excellent condition.

Considering its industrious nature, it is not surprising that Modena is the cradle of several important entrepreneurial adventures such as that of the Panini brothers to whom the Museum of the Figurine is dedicated, unique of its kind, with a patrimony of over 500 thousand examples of figurines and similar materials kept in the Palazzo Santa Margherita. The collection brings together, in addition to the more classic figurines, also antique prints, calendars or printed matchboxes. Another essential stop during a visit to Modena is the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum, a splendid tribute of the city to its illustrious citizen Enzo Ferrari, driver and founder of the Ferrari car company. The Museum is divided into two areas: the house where the visitor can retrace the life of this great character through films, photos and a variety of objects, and then the exhibition area itself, with its futuristic shell and engineering wonders that have made the history of Italy.

You cannot say that you have known Modena without tasting one of its traditional products, balsamic vinegar. Here are some secrets about its production.

Near LaCorteB&B:
ZOELLO Restaurant with typical Modenese cuisine.
A few kilometers away the medieval village of Castelvetro surrounded by the wonderful landscapes of the vineyards for the production of Lambrusco Grasparossa and the renowned restaurant CAPPERO ALLE MURA always quoted by the
FORBES magazine
It is available on request, a
native American-language travel guide who will accompany the
guests discovering our territory
rich in history, art, the famous museums of the Motor Valley: FERRARI/MASERATI/LAMBORGHINI and PAGANI all a few kilometers away and also the food and wine trails at the
knowledge of foods and wines appreciated all over the world. A region of traditions, a cult for good food, a passion for motors, history and art, Emilia Romagna finds in Modena the ideal exchange point between North and South Italy but also with the rest of Europe. There is no lack of architectural treasures that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a lively cultural life, a look back to the past that is mixed with the innovation and typicality that make Modena famous all over the world. A city on a human scale not too frequented by tourists because it is often not taken into account by the classic routes, it is instead a treasure chest ready to reveal itself to the attentive visitor who, in addition to the pleasures of the palate, wants to dive into art, history and, why not, even modernity.

The right itinerary for couples in love

The Duomo and the Ghirlandina are the two most important monuments, and for many people the bell tower is the most beautiful in the world: 86 meters high, it dominates the skyline expressing at best all its role as a symbol of the city. One of its characteristics is the fact that it is visible to the traveller from any cardinal point of arrival. Built as a richly decorated bell tower, the Ghirlandina has also played an important civic function since its origins, with the sound of its bells that marked the times of city life, signalled the opening of the gates of the city walls and called the population together in situations of alarm and danger. Moreover, inside were kept chests, public acts and objects of high symbolic value. The different floors, six of them, were built separately from 1160 to be finished in 1319 with the Gothic octagonal spire. The metropolitan cathedral is dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo and San Geminiano: together with the Ghirlandina, they have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and represent one of the greatest examples of Romanesque art in Italy and Europe. The architect Lanfranco and the sculptor Wiligelmo are just two of the illustrious personalities who participated in the creation of this masterpiece, whose first stone for its construction was laid in June 1099. The structure designed by Lanfranco, a basilica divided into three naves by an alternation of columns and pillars with a raised presbytery on the crypt, was in fact grafted with the extraordinary harmony of Wiligelmo's sculptures. To him and other sculptors active at the beginning of the 12th century we owe the splendid decoration that populates every capital of the loggia and the semi-columns and every shelf of the arches below with plant motifs or fantastic beings. Inside, too, there is much to discover with the arches, the columns, the raised altar and the crypt. The luminous facade of the marble outside contrasts with the inside where the light make The center of Modena gravitates around Via Emilia, just as in the past the Roman city developed on the consular road. In the Roman city you can admire finds and monuments in the Archaeological Museum, the Lapidario Estense Museum and the Lapidario Romano, where the monumental plough of Vetilia Egloge emerged from a construction site in 2007 in excellent condition.

Considering its always industrious nature, it is not surprising that Modena is the cradle of several important entrepreneurial adventures such as that of the Panini brothers to whom the Museum of Figurine is dedicated, unique in its kind, with a heritage of over 500,000 copies of figurines and similar materials kept in the headquarters of Palazzo Santa Margherita. In addition to the most classic figures, the collection also includes antique prints, calendars or printed matchboxes. Another essential stop during a visit to Modena is the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, a splendid tribute of the city to its illustrious citizen Enzo Ferrari, driver and founder of the Ferrari car manufacturer. The Museum is divided into two areas: the birthplace where the visitor can retrace the life of this great character through films, photos and the most diverse objects, and then the actual exhibition area, with its futuristic shell and engineering wonders that have made the history of Italy.

You can't say you've met Modena without tasting one of its traditional products, balsamic vinegar. Here are some secrets about his production.

In
Restaurant ZOELLO with typical Modena cuisine.
A few kilometers away the medieval village of Castelvetro surrounded by the wonderful landscapes of the vineyards for the production of Lambrusco Grasparossa and the renowned restaurant CAPERO ALLE MURA always mentioned by the
fORBES magazine
A tour guide in the American mother tongue is available on request
and will accompany the
guests to discover our territory
rich in history, art, the famous Motor Valley museums: FERRARI/MASERATI/LAMBORGHINI and PAGANS all a few miles away and also the food and wine routes to
knowledge of foods and wines appreciated around the world. A region of traditions, cult for good food, passion for engines, history and art, Emilia Romagna finds in Modena the ideal hub of exchange between North and South Italy but also with the rest of Europe. Not to be missed are the architectural treasures of UNESCO World Heritage, a lively cultural life, the look to the past that blends with the innovation and typical features that make Modena famous all over the world. A man-sized city not too frequented by tourists because it is often not taken into account by the classic routes, it is instead a treasure chest ready to reveal itself to the attentive visitor who, in addition to the pleasures of the palate, wants to dive into art, history and, why not, even modernity.

The right itinerary for couples of lovers

The Cathedral and the Garland are the two outstanding monuments, and for many the bell tower is the most beautiful in the world: 86 metres high, it dominates the skyline expressing its role as a symbol of the city. One of its characteristics is that it is visible to the traveller from any cardinal point of arrival. Built as a richly decorated bell tower, Ghirlandina has also played an important civic role since its origins, with the sound of its bells that marked the times of the city's life, signalled the opening of the walls' doors and called the population to gather in situations of alarm and danger. In addition, chests, public deeds and objects of high symbolic value were kept inside. The different floors, six, were built separately from 1160 to be completed in 1319 with the Gothic octagonal cusp. The metropolitan cathedral is dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo and San Geminiano: together with Ghirlandina they have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and represent one of the greatest examples in Italy and Europe of Romanesque art. Architect Lanfranco and sculptor Wiligelmo are just two of the distinguished personalities who participated in the realization of this masterpiece, whose first stone for its construction was laid in June 1099. The structure designed by Lanfranco, a basilica divided into three naves by an alternation of columns and pillars with presbytery raised above the crypt, was, in fact, grafted with the extraordinary harmony of Wiligelmo's sculptures. To him and to other sculptors active at the beginning of the twelfth century we owe the splendid decoration that populates with plant motifs or fantastic beings every capital of the loggia and semicolumns and every shelf of the underlying arches. Even inside there is a lot to discover with the arches, columns, raised altar and crypt. The bright facade of the exterior marble contrasts with the interior where light struggles to filter but this makes the atmosphere even more solemn while admiring the terracotta sculptures and frescoed chapels.
Being in Piazza Grande (learn more here) you can also be seduced by the beauty of the Palazzo Comunale, a 17th-century building with arcades, and the other historic buildings that parade one after the other. The other churches of Modena also contain several masterpieces, such as the ancient Santa Maria della Pomposa in the square of the same name, the Baroque churches of San Biagio, Sant'Agostino called Pantheon degli Estensi, or San Vincenzo where the extensive tombs are located. Of particular interest is the abbey complex of San Pietro, with the Abbey and a Benedictine monastery that opens to the public suggestive cloisters and the ancient spice shop where the products are made according to ancient recipes. About the Extension Pantheon, find out more.



Perfectly placed in the urban context of the historic centre, the Municipal Theatre dedicated to Luciano Pavarotti also stands out, inaugurated in 1841 under the name Theatre of the Illustrious Community which, throughout its history, has preserved its beauty intact thanks also to a careful restoration that brought it back to its original splendour. Strolling through the centre of Modena also means recalling the grandeur of the Este, thanks to which the city became State Capital from the end of the sixteenth century to 1859. Emblematic of this magnificence and seat of the Corte Estense first, of the Duchy of Modena and Reggio then is the Doge's Palace, which today houses the prestigious Military Academy. Masterpiece of residential Baroque architecture is an imposing, sumptuous and particularly rich building. The Estense Gallery is also striking for its refinement and elegance, where the collection consists of precious treasures owned by the Dukes of Este and other masterpieces acquired subsequently: among others, the works of Guercino, Annibale Carracci, Dossi, Tintoretto, El Greco, Correggio, Guido Reni, as well as musical instruments and jewels. Also interesting is the Estense Library which preserves the precious Bible of Borso d 'Este, but also illuminated codes, maps, prints, drawings and precious illustrated texts.



The center of Modena gravitates around Via Emilia, just as in the past the Roman city developed on the consular road. In the Roman city you can admire finds and monuments in the Archaeological Museum, the Lapidario Estense Museum and the Lapidario Romano, where the monumental plough of Vetilia Egloge emerged from a construction site in 2007 in excellent condition.

Considering its always industrious nature, it is not surprising that Modena is the cradle of several important entrepreneurial adventures such as that of the Panini brothers to whom the Museum of Figurine is dedicated, unique in its kind, with a heritage of over 500,000 copies of figurines and similar materials kept in the headquarters of Palazzo Santa Margherita. In addition to the most classic figures, the collection also includes antique prints, calendars or printed matchboxes. Another essential stop during a visit to Modena is the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, a splendid tribute of the city to its illustrious citizen Enzo Ferrari, driver and founder of the Ferrari car manufacturer. The Museum is divided into two areas: the birthplace where the visitor can retrace the life of this great character through films, photos and the most diverse objects, and then the actual exhibition area, with its futuristic shell and engineering wonders that have made the history of Italy.

You can't say you've met Modena without tasting one of its traditional products, balsamic vinegar. And know some secrets about his production.

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Mi piace moltissimo vivere nel verde della campagna, circondata da tante varietà di alberi , curando il giardino personalmente.Mi piace viaggiare e visitare i borghi medioevali che abbiamo in Italia. Sono fotografa, amo l’arte e le mostre, la storia antica del nostro territorio. In famiglia ci piace molto cucinare e sperimentare piatti nuovi.
Mi piace moltissimo vivere nel verde della campagna, circondata da tante varietà di alberi , curando il giardino personalmente.Mi piace viaggiare e visitare i borghi medioevali che…

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