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Fish festival in Cesenatico

Sara Mantovani October 21, 2014

Looking for an unusual way to celebrate Halloween? This is for you, from Oct 31 to Nov 2 in Cesenatico a traditional gastronomic appointment ‘Il pesce fa festa’ - the fish festival – takes place. The aim of this initiative is to promote the image of Cesenatico as a quality gourmet town. It also represents a chance to… Continue Reading »

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Shortbreak in Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani October 17, 2014

A journalist from UK, Benjamin Bennet, who visited Emilia Romagna last May, published recently on the S Magazine a piece about Bologna, Ferrara and Modena including the destinations among the must-do mini breaks. Bologna and its ancient University is full of things to do and to enjoy all year long; one of the best way to… Continue Reading »

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Online on Radiotimes

Sara Mantovani October 16, 2014

Thanks to Gary Rose who recently visited the area, Emilia Romagna is presented among the destination guides on the travel section of the very popular website radiotimes. Talking about Reggio Emilia he writes: “For me, if you visit any town in Emilia Romagna it must be Reggio Emilia. While it has plenty of bars, shops, history and… Continue Reading »

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Bologna and its University

Sara Mantovani October 14, 2014

The publishing house Il Mulino (founded in Bologna) celebrates its 60 birthday these days and Bologna will feast with a big event, the program includes 84 speakers, 24 meetings scattered in 13 places that will make the city protagonists. Il Mulino is deeply link with the University of Bologna. The institution that we today call… Continue Reading »

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Enjoy Mortadella

Sara Mantovani October 9, 2014

We already presented you the event that is going on this week end in Bologna celebrating the most Bolognese product: Mortadella. This cold cut is representing Bologna so deeply that in some places around the world the world “bologna” in so many different mis-pronunciation means actually mortadella. The event MortadellaBò is a weekend dedicated to foodies,… Continue Reading »

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Don’t get rid of the rind

Sara Mantovani October 7, 2014

Keeping moving along the Via Emilia, it would be easy to meet a cheese factory, a Parmigiano Reggiano cheese factory. When it is said that Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese has been “a great cheese for at least nine centuries”, it is not only highlighting its ancient origin. Indeed, it means pointing out that this cheese today is still identical to how… Continue Reading »

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