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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 »

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Tripadvisor reviewers like Riccione

Sara Mantovani January 22, 2015

Sometimes in Emilia Romagna we forget that hospitality and warm welcoming tradition are not everywhere in the world and not available for every tourist travelling around the world. Event like the Tripadvisor Travellers’ choice that awarded Hotel Belvedere in Riccione are useful to get also local know that we have a treasure and we do need to… Continue Reading »

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Nativity scenes in Bologna and around the region

Sara Mantovani December 22, 2014

Bologna has a long and happy tradition regarding nativity scenes. Bologna was in fact a highly qualified centre of this special production. Bologna’s tradition dates back to the eighteenth century when great artists started creating statuettes, thus signing the beginning of the artistic crib’s production season.   The itinerary proposed this year includes 42 nativity scenes. As usual some special tours… Continue Reading »

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Beautiful Montefeltro

Sara Mantovani November 26, 2014

Rimini area is so popular for nightlife, beaches and entertainment but actually thinking about the landscape you can find just few kms away from the movida there is much more to discover.  From the see you can already see the softly rolling hills of the Apennines, and from the hills and their old villages, you have a fantastic view of… Continue Reading »

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Fossa cheese, time to remove it from pit!

Sara Mantovani November 4, 2014

Today we will move far east along the via Emilia to land on the gentle hills near Rimini. Talamello is a pearl of a town in many ways: there is a small historical centre on the top of a mountain that overlooks the valley and is very much trendy nowadays, there are chestnut tree-lined roads where one… Continue Reading »

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#Route9: Fast Motors & Slow Food among the Via Emilia

Cristiana Cugia September 15, 2014

What plans do you have for the weekend of September 20 and 21? We’re planning a trip and we invite you to follow us virtually (and if you want even physically) in a trip on the State Road 9, the historic Via Emilia. “#Route9: Fast Motors & Slow Food“ is the title of our trip, focused on excellence… Continue Reading »

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