Tag: Reggio Emilia

| 11 July 2018

Hayley Lewis, aka A Lovely Planet, recently packed up her healthy appetite and embarked upon a culinary journey through Emilia-Romagna, top European destination to visit in 2018 according to Lonely Planet. Here’s what she found… Read more >>

| 07 June 2018

Maybe less known than other art collections in Italy, but equally rich and fascinating: we’re talking about the Maramotti Collection of Reggio Emilia, a real journey through the Italian and international contemporary art thanks to… Read more >>

| 27 March 2018

“Once upon a time there was a small village called Brescello.We continue the story always the same and always different, because the story of the priest Don Camillo and of the mayor Peppone is always… Read more >>

| 22 March 2018

Whether you’re a tourist or traveler, if you eat in Reggio Emilia you will “experience” a simple and natural cuisine, handed down from one generation to the next, which we are sure will surprise you! Prepare… Read more >>

| 12 February 2018

“Reggio: daring and graceful, this daughter of Marco Emilio Lepido consul and mother of Ludovico Ariosto” Giosuè Carducci – Poet, 1897) A MAN-SIZED CITY Reggio Emilia is always on top of the charts, among the… Read more >>

| 20 April 2017

Gualtieri, a small yet richly historical town on the banks of the River Po, is an acknowledged masterpiece of late-16th-century urbanism. History Gualtieri is first documented during the period of Longobard rule as Castrum Vultureno…. Read more >>