From the waves of the Adriatic Sea to the mountainous profiles of the Apennines, Emilia Romagna is a rich, generous and hospitable land.
With eleven cities of art, three of which Unesco heritage, 110 km of equipped beaches, seventeen natural parks, twenty-four spas and forty-four gastronomic products renowned all over the world, this Region meets the needs of every traveler.
Its history is found in ancient mosaics, castles, basilicas, noble palaces, but also in music.
Its modernity, however, is enclosed in the dynamism of the major brands of cars and motorcycles and in the innovation of its companies that have made it a pole of excellence known internationally.
The labyrinth of Fontanellato
The baptistery of Parma
Accomodation – Farmhouses, bed and breakfasts, popular hotels, camping sites, tourist villages and hotels. The hotel offer of the Region satisfies the tastes of every traveler.
Food – Emilia Romagna is synonymous with good, genuine, refined and refined food. The whole region offers gastronomic excellence such as Erbazzone, a savory pie with spinach, pisarei and faso, small dumplings with beans, tortelloni, agnolotti and all kinds of pasta, piadine, in Bologna with mortadella, in Parma with raw ham, Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano cheeses typical products known all over the world.
Flying in Emilia Romagna – The main airport is Bologna’s Guglielmo Marconi connected to the city and nearby towns by shuttle buses, taxis and trains. Second national and foreign airport is Parma’s Giuseppe Verdi airport, while the third airport, the Federico Fellini of Rimini is close to the city center and very convenient during the summer to quickly reach the beaches.
Getting around – The region can be reached and explored also by car, train and bus thanks to the motorway and railway connections. Those traveling by bus within the Region can purchase the “Mi Muovo multibus” multiple ticket.
Daily Budget – 20 / 100 EUR