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A trip to Emilia Romagna represents the discovery of a land that is generous, welcoming, full of good humor, holds immense artistic heritage inherited by noble Medieval and Renaissance families and, not lastly, the cradle of amazing cuisine.
An Emilia Romagna travel certainly captivates your taste, but also your heart.
What are the main reasons for a visit in Emilia Romagna?
Among the main reasons for a visit in Emilia Romagna is the cuisine: generous in flavor and portions, from local deli meats to fresh pasta, tortellini in various versions, and second-courses of boiled meat, it is a true journey. Emilia and Romagna are in a competition of taste between tigelle and piadina, where goodness wins.
For many, a visit in Emilia Romagna means enjoying the sunshine on the Rimini coast and its nightlife for carefree vacations.
Things to see and things to do in Emilia Romagna
Bologna, like a cocktail of art masterpieces, culture, and food and wine, is at the top of the list among the locations when visiting Emilia Romagna: the historical university is alive with cultural dynamism, the artistic works of art tell a sumptuous story, and food and wine make this destination a must see.
Parma is not often part of an Emilia Romagna travel, yet it is a city with an imposing castle, fine works of art, and sublime religious works like the Cathedral and the Baptistery. Parma is also the embodiment of Verdi's music and culinary culture without equal.
In Ferrara, the historical center has a Renaissance footprint that encloses two medieval pearls: the Cathedral and the Castello d’Este. The red of the stones used for the houses becomes a waterfall of precious marble in the facade of the Cathedral.
Rimini is not only the most important sea-side destination of the Riviera, but also a city of art with centuries-old history that surprises for its Malatesta vestiges, locations of Fellini’s works, and theme parks. Ravenna is renowned for the byzantine mosaics in its churches and mausoleums and shows the proof of its ancient roots by having been the capital of three empires.
Among the things to do in Emilia Romagna it is certainly worth visiting the museum that tells the legend of Ferrari through an exhibit of the cars that have been built and their sports and commercial achievements.
Events and festivals in Emilia Romagna
Among the festivals in Emilia Romagna is October 4, St. Petronio in Bologna, the city is alive with events in Piazza Maggiore, in addition to traditional religious rites and fireworks.
Among the events in Emilia Romagna there is the Verdi Festival in Parma and Busseto in the month of October, with concerts and operas by the great musician.
During the St.Martin's Fair at Sant’Arcangelo di Romagna, which is carried out in November, musicians meet for a delightful evening, in an apotheosis of traditional places of refreshment and the joy of the Palio della Piadina.