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Modena to be discovered: a tour in town for a jump in ancient history

Jan 16, 2015 4:00:07 PM Posted By admin admins

Modena is a territory so versatile that it can not be enclosed in any travel guide. Modena you have to live, if only for one day, lost in his extraordinary streets of the center and, why not, tease your taste buds with the many culinary delights that the area has to offer. Among the wonders that the city of Modena houses, the Estense hotel advises guests not to miss anything of a city full of charm, culture and a little 'mystery.


A walk through the old town, along the Corso Vittorio Emanuele, for example, will be the first step to immerse themselves in the eighteenth-century frame of old buildings kept very well today, among which the famous Doge's Palace and the Palace of Aragon Coccapani. Not far from the train station majestically stands the Temple of the Fallen, a temple in the Romanesque Revival style that wants to be a tribute to those who lost their lives during the First World War. In the area there is the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, perfect for all those who love the sport and especially the engines.


And while men can spend a few pleasant hours between cars and vintage models, women can think about shopping heading towards Piazza San Domenico and Piazza Roma. For a cultural tour of Modena, then, we can certainly not miss a visit to the Duomo, an ancient Romanesque building, accompanied by the Ghirlandina Tower, on the side. A culinary detour to the indoor market Albinelli, then, you will discover the goodness of the Modena area with typical products and dishes from the long regional tradition that can really give you intense moments of taste.


The art, however, will end as soon as it came out from the Piazza Grande, heading towards the baroque church of San Bartolomeo and to the monastery of St. Peter. Those who like to immerse themselves in the past history, in Modena find bread for their teeth, between the Palace Museum, the Galleria Estense and the Civic Museums, you can take a dip into the past to discover the ancient origins of these places. A coffee at a bar over the Grand Canal, could complete a tour in the name of the purest beauty, then officially ending the tour of the city with a look at Palazzo Santa Margherita, at the Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti and the porch of the Collegio San Carlo, one of the liveliest places to walk the entire city.

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