“5 days in Italy: 980 pictures taken”.
This is just a small selection of the many photographs taken by travel-blogger Emiel Van Den Boomen aka @ActofTraveling during his stay #inEmiliaRomagna.
If you want to visit Emilia-Romagna in 4 or 5 days, you can take a cue from its itinerary, which has been:
- the city of Modena with its UNESCO historical center and the monumental cemetery created by the great architect Aldo Rossi (the first Italian to win the Pritzker Prize in 1990);
- the village of Brisighella, with its colorful houses, the Via degli Asini, the picturesque views and the scenic Sentiero del Tempo that leads to the Manfrediana Fortress and the Clock Tower;
- the village of Dozza, on the hills of Imola, famous for the Painted Walls of its Art Festival and the Sforzesca Fortress, that today hosts the Enoteca Regionale Emilia-Romagna;
- the city of Bologna, with its lively old town center and the urban trekking that from the city center leads up to the Guardia Hill, at the Sanctuary of Madonna di San Luca.