Central Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Viale Vittorio Veneto 10, Modena, 41100, Italy
Central Park Hotel
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
30%
6
Very Good
55%
11
Average
5%
1
Poor
10%
2
Terrible
0%
0

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples44
  • Solo100
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

Maranello visit

by JuneC

We are visiting Maranello this summer and will be there on the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. We've heard that it is possible to watch the race on a giant screen in the square at Maranello. Does anyone know if this is true, if so have you any tips?
Thanks

RE: Maranello visit

by SCOTTIE2

Yes, normally this is the case. Given you obviously love Ferrari then why not drop me a note at vinigo2000@libero.it and I can arrange a visit to a private collection of Ferraris and Abarth which is just fabulous. You can even have a ride in one.
Look forward to hearing from you.

Travel Tips for Modena

Ferrucio Lamborghini had...

by PartyRambo

Ferrucio Lamborghini had inherited a successful industrial company, making farm tractors, air conditioners and the like, and owned a few Ferraris in his time. Unhappy with the performance of the cars, the stories go that he approached Enzo Ferrari to voice his concerns and make suggestions, but Enzo wasn't impressed by a 'tractor maker'.
He then decided to make his own sports car, and the Lamborghini P350 was born. A decade (& a few lesser-known models) later came the Countach - that insect-winged, low-slung speedster everyone knows.
Based in Sant'Agata Bolognese, roughly on the opposite side of Modena as Maranello, the factory was under renovation during my visit, so there was no real photo opportunity other than from the roadway.
Since fall, 2001, there should have been a small museum in the lobby for visitors to view.

Palazzo Ducale

by oja

Built in 1634, this marvelously decorated and awe inspiring building is now a military academy and mostly closed for public. My Lonely Planet says that the soldiers attending the academy have scarlet uniforms and look like soldiers from Quality Street box. Well, I'd definitely love to see that! 4 November, when it opens its door, seems a good chance.

Chiesa di San Giorgio

by sue_stone

The Chiese di San Giorgio dates back to the mid-17th century, based on a Greek plan. It is also known as Santuario della Beata Vergine Ausiliatrice del Popolo modenese (Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Helper of the Modenese People).

The church is located close to the Palazzo Ducale. Its interesting façade is decorated with small statues and columns. Inside it is fairly sombre, with a nice stained glass window above the altar and a central dome.

After you visit the church I can highly recommend having a drink at the café/bar next door (see nightlife tip for more details!).

Admission to the church is free.

Chiesa del Voto

by croisbeauty

Chiesa del Voto (Church of the Vow), a single nave church situated in Aemilian Way, was built in 1634 to Galaverna's plan. The church was built as a token of gratitude to God for the end of the plague, thus releasing the people of Modena from their vow.

Collegio di San Carlo

by croisbeauty

St. Charles' College was built in 1664 to Bartolomeo Avanzani's plan. Later on, in 1678, the building became seat of the University.
At the entrance, facing via San Carlo, there is a large courtyard with a grand staircase leading to the piano nobile, where the Assembly Hall is situated, rescoed by painter Pellegrino Spaggiari. The building is decorated with a huge portico, which is most attractive in whole the town.

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