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Sassuolo (which is not far from Modena) is not a place that many visit as the town is not very interesting and industrial, except for the Palazzo Ducale, which is well worth the visit. As is the case with many of the grand eighteenth century...More
Only opened to the public in the late 1990s this palace has been used by government since it was built by the Duke. It airs on the feel of the great Versailles. There are works of art on the walls & ceilings that are masterfully...More
The Duke d'Este Palace in SASSUOLO called 'The Deliziosa' is a great surprise when you travel across Emilia Romagna. In a small town where they have a strong soccer team in A, you'll find this amazing XVI century Palace built by the Duke d'Este, has...More
The entrance to the palace is imposing with its larger-than-life statues of Neptune and some other ancient gods and goddesses. The exhibitions inside are free to visit once a month (first Sunday maybe). It is full of pictures dating from the 16th century on. In...More
What a gem! Only €4 entrance fee and includes a personal guide. This palace is well worth visiting if you're in the area - well worth our 40 min drive. Sassuolo has lots of lovely bars around a square.
Palazzo ducale in Sassuolo is definitely worth a visit! It is different from other palazzo's because of the very nice and original (!!) fresco's. 40 rooms, it takes about an hour to see them. And with it comes a very kind guide who listens and...More