What you need to know before traveling to Modena

The province of Modena is located in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna. The mountainous area of the province is situated within the Apennines and contains one of the highest peaks of this mountain chain, at over 2100 meters; the Alto Appennino Modenese Regional Park is found here. The capital city of the province, also named Modena, boasts a wealth of historical monuments that attract scores of tourists. Indeed, three Modena attractions have actually earned the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site classification. These are the Cathedral, originally constructed around the 5th century and then rebuilt various times, the Cathedral’s Bell Tower (also known as the Ghirlandina), originally built in the 1100's, and the Piazza Grande, or Grand Square, where the Cathedral and Bell Tower are located. Head out of the city into one of the mountaintop towns of the province, such as Montecreto. Here, you can enjoy hikes in the summer through chestnut forests, admiring the wildlife, or participate in some exhilarating winter sports during colder months. If you’re in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna and in need of something fun to do for a weekend, Modena may be just the place.

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