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Duomo di Modena

Corso Duomo, 41121, Modena, Italy
+39 059 216078
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It's the city center

There was mass when I was there. It was filled with locals who were using their fans because of the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
New York City, New York
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Not to be missed when you are close or in Modena

Modena is a very pleasant city, I actually preferred it over Bologna. The duomo is a very beautiful... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Corso Duomo, 41121, Modena, Italy
+39 059 216078
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There was mass when I was there. It was filled with locals who were using their fans because of the heat. It is a very old charming building, worth stopping by when you are walking in the area.

Thank RYalman
Reviewed 2 days ago

Modena is a very pleasant city, I actually preferred it over Bologna. The duomo is a very beautiful church, especially the crypt is incredibly beautiful. Not a surprise that this place is on the Unesco WHS list.

Thank degtravel
Reviewed 3 days ago

A magnificent old building in the heart of the city, it is on the list of UNESCO and you can understand why the moment that you visit, Very tranquil inside, take time and absorb the atmosphere, from the outside nice photos can be taken

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A stark change from the elaborate gilded cathedrals in the area, this tall, proud arched cathedral has a lovely crypt and some fine mosaics. Do stop in for a prayer.

Thank psconti
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On the UNESCO list and for a good reason, this is really impressive. Nicest view from the square. You cannot visit during mass.

Thank delagioventu
Reviewed 1 week ago

So far, this is my favorite church in Italy (I do have many more to go!). As moving of an experience as the Cathedral in Chartres. The interior is dark and solemn and stone and so old and beautiful. It was definitely a stand out...More

Thank lojodo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very busy when we visited because it's holiday and watched locals with their kids inside this huge church, a family day for church goers and don't forget to see the crypt.

Thank Jun J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Duomo DI Modena is absolutely worth a visit. It's central location in the City makes it accessible from different streets and the interiour decor is both beautiful and most are well preserved. Free access to the daily services is recommendable if you want to...More

Thank Louise V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The main reason for our visit to Modena was the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari. We thought to combine the interest for my wife and visit the town in the afternoon. It has a great food market, plenty of sights and a generally nice place to...More

Thank Nigel P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have been in many churches and cathedrals but this one comes close to the top of the list. It is cool, calm and has lots of beautiful things to see.

Thank Pauline S
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18 August 2016|
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Response from Mach N | Reviewed this property |
We think about 11€ each. Purchase at the front ticket office in front of the Duomo - but walk around to the rear entrances.