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We were attracted by the beautiful clock tower and the elegant exterior of the Palazzo Comunale, so we decided to explore it further. We were there on a weekday, so the entrance was free. On the second floor, the attendant showed us the directions to...More
We walked 750 meters southwest from our Hotel Europa to this UNESCO destination. Its the active center of this city with the Duomo, Torre Dell'Orologio, cafes, and restaurants all around. Our focus was visiting the upper rooms of City Hall; large painted, historical and free...More
There is plenty to do in downtown Modena. For me, I would definitely tour this beautiful building if it is raining; otherwise it depends upon your time or specific interests. Skip it if you are limited on time.
I don't know whether we should be ashamed, but we actually did not choose to enter this place. However, we did find a nice spot at a bar opposite this building and had an apertivo while enjoying the view of it.
It stands on the east side of Piazza Grande, to the side of the Duomo and Ghirlandina, with a beautiful Renaissance façade, porches and a harmonious clock tower, spelling out Modena's wealth and prominent place in the region.
The monumental rooms of Palazzo Comunale are open to public for free on workdays and for some small amount on week-ends (inform yourself). You have to find the stairs, go to the first floor, ask at the reception and someone will accompany you to the...More