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  • Natural park Corno alle Scale
    Natural park Corno alle Scale Photo: Luisella Mori, CC BY-SA, Wikimedia Commons
  • Das Santuario della Madonna di San Luca in Bologna
    Das Santuario della Madonna di San Luca in Bologna Photo: Rob Oo, CC BY, www.flickr.com


A region that is has plenty of offers and is able to satisfy many tastes with its sea, montaneous landscapes and famous varieties of food. Between splendid hilly views and historical buildings you will discover a land that has a very rich heritage.
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Destinations in Emilia-Romagna


Attractions in Emilia-Romagna

The region is enclosed between the Adriatic Sea on the east and follows on the occidental side the Appennines on the Tuscanian border, touching Liguria and Piemonte. In the north its territories are delimited by Lombardy and Veneto, and in the south with Marche and San Marino. Emilia Romagna is split in half between hilly territories of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and flat lands characterized by the Po Valley. The costal area is represented by a strong heritage in tourism hospitality and commerce, where you can find plenty of leasure activities. The cultural offer is incredible, spacing from the Mosaic of Ravenna, Bologna with the oldest University in Europe and old centers like Bobbio, Parma and Castell'Arquato.

Natural regional park Corno alle Scale

The area is known for its scenic hiking trails and cycling roads. In the year 2004 the mountain pass was the arrival of the third stage of the Giro d'Italia. Many rock climbers reach this destination due to its inviting rock formations. The natural park is also known as a ski destination, offering outdoor activities at 360° for any kind of athelete and explorer.
Summit · Bologna
Corno alle Scale

Corno alle Scale is a mountain of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines with a height of 1.945 m. The ...

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Flavours of the land

Tortellini di Modena
Tortellini di Modena
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The region has a very rooted heritage in pasta making. The classic lasagne, tortellini, cappelletti, tagliatelle and ravioli are only few of the various kinds you may find in the italian kitchens and taverns. Moreover, thanks to its uniqueness in both quality of the product and production, Emilia Romagna can boast of, cheeses and hams, in particular the world-wide known Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto crudo di Parma and Mortadella. The quality of such products lies in both the rich territory and the traditional experience. Last but not least, enjoy the very appreciated piadina romagnola a must for anyone that has the plesure of enjoying the street-food of the place.