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TOURING ITALY: EMILIA ROMAGNA

Italy travel guide: Travel tips, tours, "what to do" in region Emilia Romagna

Emilia-Romagna - The center of Bologna
The center of Bologna

Emilia-Romagna : The center of Bologna

Emilia-Romagna : Byzantine church in Ravenna

Emilia-Romagna : Castello Estense in Ferrara

Emilia-Romagna : Palazzo Farnese in Piacenza

Emilia-Romagna : Piazza Grande in Modena

Emilia-Romagna : The Baptistery of Parma

Emilia-Romagna : San Prospero in Reggio Emilia

Emilia-Romagna : The beaches of Rimini

Capital city: Bologna

Provinces: Bologna, Modena, Piacenza, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Ferrara, Forli-Cesena, Parma, Rimini

One of the most productive and fertile regions of Italy, Emilia Romagna lies in the central-northern part of the Italian "boot", and it is delimited by river Po, the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea.

Whatever you are a fan of, Emilia Romagna is the perfect region for everybody, as it includes the excellence of arts, architecture, nature, culture, and food. Many parks and reserves, along with some wellness centers like Salsomaggiore, are for those who love nature and wellness.

Many cities retain the best of architecture, history and culture, both at a religious and non-religious level: Bologna and its Asinelli Tower that allows you to have an all-round view of the city; the UNESCO site of Ferrara with its amazing palaces and Castello Estense, or enchanting Ravenna, the city of mosaics: each city has something unique to offer!

Sport aficionados will love visiting Maranello and the Ferrari museum, or Imola with its famous racetrack.

Finally, Emilia Romagna is a great place when it comes to seaside: the famous Riviera Romagnola, with some nice town like Rimini, Riccione, Cesenatico, Milano Marittima and Cattolica, is well-equipped and ready to welcome young people, families and older people with lots of different services and big smiles.

Food & Wine : this region's cuisine is one of the best and most complete ones in Italy. Parma and Reggio Emilia are the cities where worldwide-famous Parma ham and parmesan cheese were born. Bologna is the homeland of mortadella, often used to stuff an amazing type of bread called 'piadina'. Erbazzone is a sort of spinach quiche made in Piacenza, while the typical food of the Valleys of Comacchio is the eel.

Different kinds of pasta, like tagliatelle or stuffed tortellini, were born here and are often accompanied with ragù, which is known all over the world as Bolognese sauce. Taste it with one of the local wines - Lambrusco, Sangiovese, Trebbiano - and you will never want to leave!

DISCOVER EMILIA ROMAGNA

Great travel tips: what you should not miss when visiting region Emilia Romagna

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Tortellini, the worldwide popular Italian pasta specialty

Itinerary: Bologna, Modena

Central Italy

Tortellini, the worldwide popular Italian pasta specialty

Let's find out how tortellini pasta, one of the most appreciated Italian food specialty is made, its history and legends

Cat.: Food & Wine

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

*Thrilling tour ride in the Apennines between Tuscany-Romagna

+Roadbook

Itinerary: Firenze, Badia Prataglia, Carpegna, Pennabili,, San Leo, San Marino, San Sepolcro, Rimini

Scenic Drive - North Italy

Thrilling tour ride in the Apennines between Tuscany-Romagna

Thrilling motorcycle tour ride on the winding mountain roads enjoying the scenic views in the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines

Cat.: Motorcycle tours

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

Area: The Apennines

*Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati: a tour in Motor Valley, Italy

+Roadbook

Itinerary: Bologna, Sant’Agata Bolognese, Maranello

North Italy

Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati: a tour in Motor Valley, Italy

Motor Valley is home to some luxury and legendary Italian car and motorcycle brands like Ferrari Lamborghini Ducati

Cat.: Country tour

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

Parmigiano Reggiano DOP the world-wide famous Italian cheese

Itinerary: Parma, Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Modena

North Italy

Parmigiano Reggiano DOP the world-wide famous Italian cheese

Parmigiano Reggiano DOP is an excellent hard long-aging Italian cheese known as Parmesan Cheese, is used in many recipes

Cat.: Food & Wine

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

Ferrara, the beautiful Renaissance city of the d'Este family

Itinerary: Ferrara

North Italy

Ferrara, the beautiful Renaissance city of the d'Este family

Ferrara is known as one of the capitals of Renaissance in Italy, rich in artistic and cultural beauties, near river Po

Cat.: Art City

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

*The Po River Delta, a beautiful, unique, natural environment

+Roadbook

Itinerary: Po River Delta, Comacchio, Goro, Gorino Veneto, Rosolina, Chioggia

North Italy

The Po River Delta, a beautiful, unique, natural environment

The Regional Park of the Po River Delta is an amazing environment, where nature, flora, fauna, art, and history meet

Cat.: Country tour

Location: Seaside

Region: Emilia Romagna ->the end in Veneto

Parma, the art city, center of the ancient Farnese Duchy

Itinerary: Parma

North Italy

Parma, the art city, center of the ancient Farnese Duchy

Parma, the ancient Farnese Duchy's city, is also rich in artistic beauties, amazing churches and imposing palaces

Cat.: Art City

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

Parma Ham, one of the best and tastiest Italian specialties

Itinerary: Parma, Langhirano

North Italy

Parma Ham, one of the best and tastiest Italian specialties

Parma ham, the high quality, worldwide famous Italian ham is one of the most appreciated Italian specialties

Cat.: Food & Wine

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

Walking along the streets of Bologna

Itinerary: Bologna

North Italy

Walking along the streets of Bologna

A pleasant walk among the ancient churches and palaces of Bologna to discover the soul of this beautiful city

Cat.: Art City

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

*Among the medieval villages on the gentle hills of Piacenza

+Roadbook

Itinerary: Piacenza, Graziano Visconti, Castell'Arquato, Salsomaggiore, Fidenza

North Italy

Among the medieval villages on the gentle hills of Piacenza

Discover Piacenza and its surroundings, through hilly landscapes spotted by vineyards and charming medieval villages

Cat.: Country tour

Location: Countryside

Region: Emilia Romagna

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