Art & Culture
A warm and welcoming region, Emilia-Romagna treats its visitors to renowned art cities and top-class gastronomy. Many other attractions remain largely undiscovered, offering a range of intriguing sights to draw you away from the beaten track.
Stretching nearly from coast to coast, Emilia-Romagna lies at the heart of northern Italy. Its many art cities are spread evenly across the region, making it easy to hop from one to the other. In between them, both lowland and mountain landscapes are dotted with historic landmarks and ancient villages, while the Riviera Romagnola takes centre stage in summer. Notoriously warm local hospitality adds to the allure, serving as a much fitting complement to one of Italy’s most celebrated regional cuisines.
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Garisenda Tower Ph. DebbyR via wiki
Torrechiara Ph. Massimo Telo via wiki
Parmigiano Reggiano Ph. Matt Lewis via Flickr
Bologna porticoes Ph. Giovanni Osbat via wiki
Teodorico Palace Ph. opi1010 via wiki
Comacchio Saltpan Ph. @francesco1978 via wiki
Tiberius Bridge in Rimini Ph. scorpione68 via wiki
Este Castle in Ferrara Ph. Vanni Lazzari via wiki
Malatestiana Library Ph. Boschetti Marco 65 via wiki
Canossa Castle Ph. Marco Cattani via wiki
Masone Labyrinth Ph. sailko via wiki
Ghirlandina Tower in Modena Ph. Angelo Nastri Nacchio via wiki
Bobbio Ph. Matteo Russo via Flickr
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