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| 23 May 2017

On May 25th 2017 the 28th edition of the Ravenna Festival starts, an edition that -like the previous ones- explores a fundamental event of the last Century: the ten days that shook the world, the October Revolution,… Read more >>

| 18 May 2017

Castelvetro di Modena is a small and picturesque village in the heart of Emilia-Romagna, between Modena and Bologna. Its profile, characterized by towers, stands out on the fertile countryside, rich in vineyards. The territory has… Read more >>

| 16 May 2017

If you are a true lover of vintage cars and motor world this year you can’t miss the 35th recall of the historic Mille Miglia race (Thousand Miles)! Starting from Brescia, with a 1700km journey through over 200… Read more >>

| 15 May 2017

The St. Vicinio Way is one of the oldest Italian historical hiking paths and is developed on a circular itinerary that extends for almost 350 kilometers between the provinces of Forlì-Cesena, Arezzo and Rimini, and… Read more >>

| 11 May 2017

The Emilia Romagna Tourism Staff’s date dedicated to the Emilia-Romagna villages returns this week with Castrocaro Terme and Terra del Sole! These two small villages form one of the most suggestive towns in the province… Read more >>

| 08 May 2017

“My love for hiking isn’t a secret – so it wasn’t purely by chance that I found myself hiking a part of the Alta Via Trail in Emilia Romagna, but I didn’t expect it would… Read more >>

| 05 May 2017

What Brisighella would be without BorgoIndie? This year too two days dedicated to the story of the development of Italian creativity and independent production, Saturday 6 May from 17 to 21 and Sunday 7 May… Read more >>

| 04 May 2017

Giuseppe Verdi and the taste of happiness: this is the perfect description of busseto, orange flag village in the heart of Parma’s territory, a music travel with many wine and food ideas. You will find incredible… Read more >>

| 03 May 2017

2017 is the official year of the Italian Villages and Emilia-Romagna is leader & coordinator of Borghi – Viaggio italiano, a project for their enhancement, together with other 17 Regions. This is how “Ai confini… Read more >>

| 02 May 2017

“Europe was born in a pilgrimage, and its mother tongue is Christianity” J.W. Goethe The Via Francigena, also known as via Francesca or Romea, is an ancient pilgrimage route from North-West Europe to Rome (and then… Read more >>

| 27 April 2017

Perched on a rocky spur on the ridge separating the Ongina Valley and the Stirone Valley, the small village of Vigoleno is one of the most striking and rich in history of Piacenza province. The… Read more >>

| 24 April 2017

Today the Emilia Romagna tourism staff will bring you to the historical route of “The Abbots Way”, also called the “Francigena of the Mountains”, that starts in Pavia and goes through the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines in the territories of Piacenza,… Read more >>