Discover the wonders of Emilia Romagna, Discover Modena!

Discover the wonders of Emilia Romagna, Discover Modena!


Sometimes you don’t need to go far to discover artistic jewels and undisputed masterpieces!

The city of Modena has in its ancient heart the Duomo and the famous Ghirlandina which, together with Piazza Grande, in 1997 were recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Rely on an expert guide to discover the history of the city of Modena.  Admire the jewels of Romanesque art.  Discover the stories that the ancient Cathedral still tells today: miracles, ladies, knights, demons, ferocious animals and fantastic creatures.  Narrations carved in stone almost a thousand years ago but still on going.

We will start from the medieval heart of the city to move to Piazza Roma and discover the mundane aspects of the long life of the Este duchy, passing through the traces of the ancient Mutina from the Roman era.

There will be a stop at the famous Albinelli Market, a temple of local food and wine culture, among curiosities and anecdotes of Emilian history.

Discover the hidden wonders just around the corner at a slow pace far away from the crowd!

Contact us to book a guided tour, for a summer full of emotions!

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Every day at 10.00 am

Duration 2 hours

Meeting in Piazza Grande at the corner of Via Castellaro

Reservations required. The booking of the morning visit must be made by 10.00 am on the day before the visit.

Rates € 10 adults, € 5 from 8 to 18 years of age, € 20 total for couples with children

The guided tour service will be activated upon reaching the minimum number of 6 participants

It is possible, on request, to book a private visit with a guide exclusively available to your group/family; contact the secretariat for availability and costs

It is mandatory to wear a mask and keep the minimum interpersonal distance of 1 meter between the participants, except for people who, according to current regulations, are not subject to interpersonal distancing (e.g. families)

On Sunday morning the interior of the Duomo and the Albinelli Market cannot be visited

Info and reservations

+39 348 4559176