Blog Travel Emilia romagna



Going est toward Expo

Sara Mantovani September 4, 2015

The street food ongoing event In viaggio verso Expo has reached a midpoint and is proceeding toward east. Along the historical route Via Emilia few bicycles are leading the way, visiting the main cities along this artery. Food trucks and carts, symbols of street food, are stopping in the city squares. The food trucks are proper… Continue Reading »


Largest bamboo labyrinth in the world is in Parma

Sara Mantovani June 13, 2015

Feeling to be in the middle of a tale?  You can start with Tale of Tales by the Italian director Garrone and if it happens you are around Parma, always along the ViaEmilia,  the “labirinto della Masone” is what you are looking for. It is the largest labyrinth in existence, entirely made up of bamboo plants (about… Continue Reading »


Italian beer in London, yes we can.

Sara Mantovani February 11, 2015

In Emilia Romagna region we are very proud of our food&wine as the production of 41 dop/igp high quality delis is based in the area. Here you can have an idea of the paradise that foodies will find along the via Emilia, the ancient roman road that links Rimini to Piacenza and straight to Milan.    … Continue Reading »


Valentine’s day

Sara Mantovani February 4, 2015

Like every year Valentine’s day is approaching and … short of ideas! Let us suggest you something that will definitely surprise your partner. Scattered in the gentle hills of Parma and Piacenza in Emilia Romagna region there are more than 20 castles, beautiful remains of the era of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza. A… Continue Reading »


Oxfordshire vs Parmashire

Sara Mantovani November 28, 2014

      I hope nobody will think I am drifting into blasphemy with this comparison but the idea popped in my mind reading the obituary of Ms PD James. I loved her “Death comes to Pemberley”, partially for the impeccable crime history and, of course, for the occasion to jump back in Austin’s atmosphere. The… Continue Reading »


Foodepedia visits Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani October 24, 2014

Few days ago on Foodepedia an article byNick Harman has been published. Nick visited the west part of Emilia Romagna region few weeks ago and it seems that he was fascinated by the fact that “Pigs and parmesan aren’t enough for the people of Emilia Romagna, Italy, they want to have their art and eat… Continue Reading »

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