Modena Cento Ore and the cities of Florence and Modena

Passion for engines and Italian wonders

September 1, 2022: Florence, the cradle of Italian Renaissance and art capital of the world back in the 15th century, holds some of the world’s most important artistic treasures in its museums, palaces and churches. Admired all over the world for its artistic and architectural beauties, Florence is home to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza della Signoria, Uffizi Gallery, Galleria dell’Accademia and Palazzo Pitti, as well as other important sights.

Walking along the Arno River, admiring Ponte Vecchio and strolling around Oltrarno, the “newest” part of Florence, is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.

On Wednesday, October 5, drivers of Modena Cento Ore will enjoy an enchanting gala dinner right in the heart of Florence, the capital of Tuscany.

City of art, land of engines, and staple of excellence and taste, charming  captivates its visitors with the Duomo cathedral, a masterpiece of Italian Romanesque architecture, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 with the Ghirlandina bell tower and the adjacent Piazza Grande.

Modena graces its visitors with the Ducal Palace, former seat of the Este Court and now home to the Military Academy, and the Este Art Galleries. The Emilian city is also the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari and holds an extraordinary history of motoring excellence, such as those of Ferrari, Maserati, Pagani and Stanguellini.

Crews will conclude their race on Thursday, October 6, right in the heart of Modena. Following the awards ceremony, participants will enjoy the long-awaited final dinner of the 2022 edition.

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