Autore: Giulia Delaini

| 12 April 2018

Moving with public transport can have many advantages in terms of comfort, environmental impact and costs. It is assumed, however, that some places, such as the small ancient villages, are unreachable with public transport. Emilia-Romagna… Read more >>

| 10 April 2018

After the first episode here we are with some new tips in case you want to discover some of the most beautiful waterfalls in Emilia-Romagna. Ready to immerse yourself in water and nature with us? Cascate… Read more >>

| 05 April 2018

Emilia-Romagna stands out for its historical academic realities rooted in its territory. In addition to the University of Bologna, the oldest in Europe, that has offices located also in Romagna, the universities of Ferrara, Modena… Read more >>

| 29 March 2018

Spring has come here in Emilia-Romagna: long days and warm rays of sun are back! There’s no better way to celebrate the most poetic season than a walk in the countryside, looking for a corner… 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 tourists or travelers, 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 >>