Ritz Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Rainusso 108, Modena, MO 41100
Tiby Ritz
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Satisfaction Average
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families8
  • Couples13
  • Solo25
  • Business8

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Forum Posts

Modena Train Station: Luggage storage facilities?

by Robachu1

Are there lockers available which can store moderate to large sized suitcases? Or are there other types of luggage storage facilities available at the train station?


Re: Modena Train Station: Luggage storage facilities?

by mccalpin

Trenitalia does not report Left Luggage services at Modena's train station. Also, the official municipal tourism website says nothing about luggage storage at the tourism office. So, 0 for 2 so far...


Re: Modena Train Station: Luggage storage facilities?

by bekerovka

like Bill said, there aren't lockers in train station, but I live near Modena. If you want to leave luggages at my home or in another save place, I haven't problems. Send me a VT mail.
Ciao, Marco

Re: Modena Train Station: Luggage storage facilities?

by bekerovka

I read you want to visit the Ferrari museum in Maranello. If you want, I can take you to it by car. Maranello is very close to Modena. If I know it in advance, there's no problem for me. I'd like to see it one more time!!!
Ciao, Marco

Re: Modena Train Station: Luggage storage facilities?

by jschreffler

Did you ever find out the answer to that question. My husband and I will be arriving by train on June 1 to see the Ferrari factory and want to store our luggage at the train station.

Travel Tips for Modena

Sunny sunday

by prleprle

Modena is not only City of Ferrari! There are much more to see and do. Once a Capital of Estense state (after Ferara) it's a really City of Art with many interesting building, monuments, museums... There are plenty of bars also! Cultural events are also very important. Pavarotti concerts in park are world known! Modena is also very elegant, green and rich! Walking around quiet sunday streets. Visiting open market. Enjoying in green area that encircle old City core.

The statue to A. Tassoni

by croisbeauty

The statue to poet Alessandro Tassoni stands on the little piazzeta, right beneath the Ghirlandina. Tassoni is known for his famous mock-heroic poem "La secchia Rapita" (The stolen Pail), inspired by the Pail, which original being held in the Town Hall.

Chiesa di San Barnaba

by mikey_e

I won't lie - the Chiesa di San Barnaba is hardly a big tourist attraction and is unlikely to be in your guidebook. It still caught my imagination, however, when I was wandering through Modena, partly because the great marble statues on the façade were a sharp contrast to the pinking colour of the church, which is so characteristic of the old part of Modena. Inside San Barnaba you will find exquisite frescoes and religious painting. You have to be careful, however, since this is not a touristy church people come here to pray in quiet and loud tourists are not very welcome.

Via Emilia

by MM212

Modena's main thoroughfare, running south-east to north-west, cuts the historic centre roughly in half. Although it bends slight in city centre as it passes by il Duomo, Via Emilia is essentially a straight line from Piacenza in the Po Valley all the way to Rimini on the Adriatic. It was created by the Romans in 187 BC to connect the agricultural Po Valley with Via Flaminia, the road to their capital Rome further south. They called it Via Aemilia, a name which has survived to this day, not only as a street but also as the name of this region: Emilia-Romagna. Most of larger of towns in Emilia-Romagna, including Modena, Bologna, Parma and Forlì, are along this road and it cuts each of them in half in almost exactly the same way. In Modena, nowadays, Via Emilia is its commercial backbone with banks and shops occupying many of its buildings. Attached are a few photos of Via Emilia.

Church of St. George

by von.otter

Also known as the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Helper of the Modenese People (Ausiliatrice del popolo modenese) the Church of St. George boasts a venerated image of the Virgin above the high altar.

Antonio Loraghi designed the altar of polychrome marbles in 1666. The church has a Greek cross floor plan and construction began in 1647 and is attributed to Gaspare Vigarani, assisted by Cristoforo Malagola.

Opening hours are weekdays and holidays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon and 4:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Mass: Saturdays 7:00 p.m.; Sundays 9.00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 7:00 p.m.


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Address: Via Rainusso 108, Modena, MO 41100