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Forlì and Cesena, moving east along the #route9

Sara Mantovani September 22, 2014

Let’s move East along the Via Emilia (#Route9) and let’s stop in Forlì and Cesena Both these cities are rich in art and culture, Cesena is a lively town where traditions and important historical events blend with the ability to look to the future with renewed energy. The Via Emilia crosses this lively town with a… Continue Reading »

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Enjoy the best of Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani September 4, 2014

Today I would like to borrow Rupert Parker’s words to present you a greedy itinerary through Emilia Romagna Region. Rupert Parker published two days ago on the Huffington post a very nice article re his recent trip to the Italian food valley He says that best of made in Italy food&wine “are the traditional reasons… Continue Reading »

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White truffle fans come along!

Sara Mantovani September 2, 2014

From the Po river plans to the hills of Rimini all white truffle fans are summoned in Emilia Romagna. Truffles have always had admirers but recently the truffle market has experienced a considerable expansion, and consumers have also shown a growing interest not only for the product itself but for the typical places of production… Continue Reading »

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Bagno di Romagna and game fishing

Sara Mantovani August 6, 2014

Bagno di Romagna is a little cosy town lying on the Appennine mountains. It is the ideal destination for a relaxing holiday as it can offer visitors  history, wellness, wild nature, tasty food and religious meditation. You can walk on getle paths into the wilderness of the Casentinesi Forest National Park with its nature, abandoned villages… Continue Reading »

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Cruises along the Po river

Sara Mantovani July 31, 2014

The Po river is the longest river in Italy and if flows for more than 100 kilometers in Emilia Romagna region before emptying out into the Adriatic Sea, passing through extraordinary places with particular atmospheres, cultures and natural environments, and delineating the western boarder of Emilia Romagna. To appreciate the best of it take the chance to take… Continue Reading »

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