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| 16 February 2018

Romagna is known as a part of Italy where you are never bored, especially in Summer. But how many know it is also an enjoyable destination in the middle of Winter? Yes, because among events,… Read more >>

| 15 February 2018

Of every city of Romagna, Cesena is the most secret one. (Sergio Zavoli, I giorni della meraviglia, 1994) Cesena is right in the heart of Emilia Romagna and it develops on the historic Via Aemilia;… Read more >>

| 14 February 2018

After Forbes, which crowned Emilia Romagna as “Italy’s Greatest Gastronomic Treasure”, Parma has been recognized as UNESCO City for Gastronomy. Emilian cuisine is often identified with Bologna’s tortellini, while some typical recipes are only known locally… 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 >>

| 09 February 2018

Archaeology means emotions, sense of wonder for discovery, but also love for travel. It’s a journey backwards in history, that aims at knowing step by step what our origins are and from where we come…. Read more >>

| 08 February 2018

“It’s easy to live in Parma, but you have to agree with the people about music and gastronomy” (Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma) Also known as the Ducal city, due to its history but also… Read more >>

| 06 February 2018

Valentine’s Day is approaching with great strides, in the air you hear more and more the call of the cupid sweets ready to shoot their arrows, when all the lovers are preparing to prepare gifts… Read more >>

| 06 February 2018

2018 is the Year of Italian Food in the World and Emilia-Romagna, the culinary cradle of Italy, presents itself in a big event in New York City.   On February 22nd16 sellers from the Emilia-Romagna… Read more >>

| 04 February 2018

Carnival has ancient origins. From the Dionysian rites of ancient Greece to the Saturnalia of Romans this festivity  has always represented the “end” and the “new beginning”: interpreted through times as closing and new beginning… Read more >>

| 02 February 2018

If you look Bologna from above, you would never imagine what the underground hides beyond the net of century-old buildings. Nonetheless, beyond the streets and piazzas of the city on which thousands of people walk,… Read more >>

| 26 January 2018

Sulle cime più alte ci si rende conto che la neve, il cielo e l’oro hanno lo stesso valore. – Boris Vian   Even if you’re back to work, a few white weekends on the… Read more >>

| 25 January 2018

“Mutinam, firmissimam et splendidissimam populi Romani coloniam” Cicerone, Filippiche (V, 24) Modena is located in the heart of the Po Valley, in a fertile area surrounded by the two rivers Secchia and Panaro, while at… Read more >>