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| 21 April 2017

Most of you won’t probably remember, but a couple of weeks ago I talked about the shivers and thrills when riding a bike through the territory of Emilia Romagna, face to face with neverending hills,… Read more >>

| 20 April 2017

Small capital on the shores of the Po River, Gualtieri is a town rich in historical testimonies and is recognized as a masterpiece of late sixteenth-century urbanism. To know Historians say that the name “Gualtieri”… Read more >>

| 19 April 2017

The “Terre di Canossa” Grand Prix (Canossa’s lands), is back for its 7th edition, from 20 to 23 of April, discovering the streets of Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Liguria, between incredible landscapes, good food and products of… Read more >>

| 18 April 2017

If you are looking to travel to Italy for the sole purpose of eating the best Italian food out there, Emilia Romagna is the place to go. Home to Italian classics like Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto… Read more >>

| 14 April 2017

If you are in Emilia Romagna and you’re still thinking about what to do on Easter holiday, if you are still surfing the Web looking for cool events and traditional appointments for the day of… Read more >>

| 13 April 2017

For the weekly date dedicated to the Emilia-Romagna’s Villages this week we are going to explore Predappio, a little village in Romagna 15 kms from Forlì, famous to be the birth place of Benito Mussolini,… Read more >>

| 10 April 2017

“It is not talking but walking that will bring us to heaven” Matthew Henry The Walk of St Anthony is one of the main pilgrim routes that have been crossing Europe for centuries and stretches… Read more >>

| 07 April 2017

Emilia-Romagna is one of the most important regions of Italy for its wine production, with over 50’000 hectares dedicated to vines, from which are realized international wines like Pignoletto, Albana, with out missing the king of Romagna… Sangiovese wine! But… Read more >>

| 04 April 2017

Be it red, white or rosé, several researches have now proved that wine-consumption leads to benefits for the entire organism and favours the daily functions that regulate our body. Of course one should not exaggerate,… Read more >>

| 03 April 2017

Almost 200 km in the ancient domain of Matilda of Canossa (or Matilda of Tuscany), between amazing places of art, culture and faith. An old path which runs along a varied and lush landscape, from… Read more >>

| 31 March 2017

People say love makes the world go round, and it must be true because I’ve always moved a lot through the Emilia-Romagna for love. I remember months of week-end pilgrimages to Ferrara – I had… Read more >>

| 29 March 2017

The name cappellaccio comes from the shape of the hat of local peasants, in fact in Ferrara’s dialect cappellaccio pasta is actually called “caplàz” In the heart of the Ferrara’s old center, Renaissance city recognized… Read more >>