Second day: Nearby in Modena
The second day begins at the Luciano Pavarotti House and Museum, where Pavarotti spent his last years. Located just outside the city, the Pavarotti House and Museum is an extraordinary place that brings the great Master to life, retracing his story in the intimate atmosphere of the rooms in which he actually lived.
Nearby, close to the stables and riding school built by Pavarotti, an aficionado of horses and of riding, have lunch at the Europa 92 Restaurant. If you choose the "Luciano Pavarotti menu," you’ll have the chance to taste his favorite dishes. Finally, you can pay your respects to Modena’s great tenor at his grave in the Montale Rangone Cemetery, a few kilometers from Modena. Spend a few moments in homage to him for what he did for music—and for so much more.
The Luciano Pavarotti’s Modena excursion is an opportunity to visit the places where the Maestro lived, where his flourishing career began, and where his greatness was celebrated, and it’s a great way to remember an unparalleled artist.
First stop: The Luciano Pavarotti House and Museum
Pavarotti’s home in his final years.
Get in touch with Pavarotti’s human side as you admire his personal possessions and discover his everyday habits, as well as with the personality of the great artist through photos, videos, and a display of the famous costumes that marked his career. For an even more engaging experience at the Pavarotti House and Museum, there’s both a guided tour and a series of special and exclusive events organized there, such as recitals by young opera singers accompanied by live piano.
Second stop: The Montale Rangone Cemetery
Confirm times and accessibility on the site of the Town of Castelnuovo Rangone before you go.