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Emilia Romagna

Inspiration and muse of poets and singers, Emilia Romagna offers travellers breathtaking scenery, wonders for the eye and the soul in a mixture of flavours of the land, joyfulness and art. One of the most fertile and productive regions of Italy; lovers of the sea choose it for the Riviera Romagnola, renowned for its excellent tourist facilities.

From Bologna, city of business and trade fairs that can be admired from above by climbing the Asinelli Tower, to Ferrara, which retains its Renaissance splendour intact, Modena, city of flavours and birthplace of the tortellino, Ravenna, home of mosaics, Faenza and its ancient art of ceramics. The routes of the Via Francigena, from Parma to Piacenza, for visitors seeking to venture into natural parks and paths in close contact with luxuriant nature. Emilia Romagna designs made-to-measure dreams to suit all requirements.

It’s no secret that Emilia feels historically different from Romagna, and their distinct stories through time is proof of this. But if there is a a common denominator between these two halves of the apple, it is certainly culture. Art has always found fertile ground in these generous lands, and has sunk its roots deep. Evidence can be found in the works of Giuseppe Verdi, the poetry of Pascoli and the unmistakable films of Fellini, whose screenplays came to life in these settings.

Emilia cuisine boasts a place in the highest ranks of Italian regional gastronomy for its variety and excellence. The food of Romagna, on the other hand, stems from peasant origins and is much simpler and more rustic. Nevertheless, this diversity comes together in various dishes that belong truly to both. In the region’s cheerful and lively taverns, fresh pasta is the undisputed queen of the table: cappelletti, tagliatelle, gnocchi, tortelli, lasagne. The famous hill country produces some of the cured meats that are emblems of Italian excellence in the world:Parma ham, mortadella from Bologna, ciccioli, coppa piacentina, culatello di Zibello…the list goes on!

The Romagna coastline from Cattolica to Piacenza is packed with outlet stores: more than 80 of them! An obligatory stop is Milano Marittima, the home of high fashion. The streets of the town centre are lined with the stores of emerging designers and luxury boutiques with spectacular window displays. At Castel Guelfo Outlet, with more than 50 stores, the sales last all year round. For sports enthusiasts we recommend Sportsplanet in Ravenna. Meanwhile, in the province of Cattolica you’ll find outlets of famous brands including Gilmar and Max Mara. And those seeking original vintage clothing can browse among the 320 street markets scattered throughout the region.

From the Apennines to the Po delta, the beaches of the Riviera, hills immersed in extraordinary nature and ancient villages of incredible classical simplicity. Emilia Romagna boasts 2 national parks, 14 regional parks and a total of 11 regional nature reserves. In this astonishing scenario, you can marvel at the wonderful Apennines from the saddle of a horse or explore the scorching sands of Europe’s longest beach. You’ll be the spectators of increasingly beautiful sights, chosen from an endless list.

Light as eagles soaring through the air to the summit. This is the poetic philosophy of the climbers who, with determination and a touch of recklessness, tackle the slopes of the Rocca di Badolo, suitable for both beginners and more expert climbers. Another famous destination for climbers is the Pietra di Bismantova in the Reggiano Apennines, cited in the Divine Comedy, in which Dante likens it to the Mount of Purgatory.

For anyone who loves ice skating, meanwhile, at the foot of Mount Cimone the Palaghiaccio di Fanano ice rink awaits with its fabulous wintry atmosphere.

The region’s attractions would not be complete without facilities for relaxation and wellness. There are actually numerous spas, providing treatments geared to your well-being.

Salsomaggiore, Tabiano, Bagno di Romagna, Castrocaro and Porretta are just a few of the sites renowned for their spa centres. Riccione Terme, for example, excels in caring for the body and health. The secret lies in its four springs, the basis for the therapies and treatments on offer in the wellness centre.

You’ve definitely come to the right place if you love concerts at dawn on the beach, from Comacchio all the way to Cesenatico; and if you can’t wait to dance in the famous clubs, from Cocoricò in Riccione to Papeete Beach in Milano Marittima. If you love to see the sky filled with colourful kites, in there’s the International Festival, with amazing acrobatics and stunning exhibitions. And for visitors with young children, fromAcquafan in Riccione to Mirabilandia, there are plenty of thrills to be found in fantastic and spectacular theme parks.

The Feast of Madonna del Fuoco is Forlì’s most ancient festival. The city’s patron saint is celebrated by placing small lights in all the houses and the first blooming of the mimosa in February. During the Feast of San Giuseppe in Bobbio, a sumptuous banquet is laid on around the bonfire by the women of the town: there are hot drinks for all, and home-made macaroni with stracotto, Bobbio-style snails, fritters cooked in lard, nut brittle, almond cake and other traditional sweets.

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