What to visit…
- Square of the Martyrs
- The Castle, also called Palazzo del Pio located on the eastern side of the
square. It’s an ensemble of seven buildings in medieval (with the merloned
tower by Passerino Bonaccorsi), Renaissance (the cylindrical Uccelliera, the
long facade, the entry turret of Palazzo Pio on the left hand side) and 17th
century (from this era the more toned down clock tower) styles. Inside the
Chapel is the most impressive feature, with fresco’s by Bernardino Loschi
and Vincenzo Catena.
- The Castelvecchio, in Re Astolfo square.
- The Church of San Niccolo’ of 16th century style.
- The Church of Santa Chiara in Corso Fanti. Inside the church is preserved
the body of the “Beata” Camilla Pio di Savoia, who founded in 1500 the
annexed Monastery of the Clarisse.
- The Pieve of Santa Maria in Castello, also called the Sagra. It was
founded during the Lombard period.
- The synagogue of Via Rovighi
- The Palazzo Foresti
- The statue dedicated to Dorando Pietri, a citizen of Carpi who was a
Marathon athlete at the Olympic Games of London in 1908.
Where to sleep…
Hotel Touring via Darfo Dallai 1, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Gabarda via C. Marx 172, email@example.com
My One Hotel via delle Magliaie 2/4 , firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotel Duomo via C. Battisti 25, email@example.com
Hotel Marchi via Modena Carpi 81, firstname.lastname@example.org