Visiting the city of Piacenza from your home is possible thanks to the numerous virtual visits on the marcostucchi.com website: if you’re not afraid of heights we advise you not to miss the Dome painted by Pordenone in the basilica of Santa Maria di Campagna; another must is to observe closely the frescoes of the Dome painted by Guercino in the city Cathedral.
Other virtual visits include the Palazzo Farnese Museums, the Ricci Oddi Gallery and the Natural History Museum.
Festival Verdi Immersive 360° offers the audience the emotion of feeling right at the center of the stage, together with the artists on stage, thanks to the audio and video panoramic recording technique adopted by the University of Parma.
Reggiane Urban Gallery is a virtual gallery, made of spherical photographs, which allows you to discover the works of street art and writing kept in the industrial complex of the former Officine Reggiane.
And here you can have an overview of the Maramotti Collection, located in the historical headquarters of Max Mara company.
While waiting to discover it live, the Cathedral of Modena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, can be visited from home thanks to a virtual tour full of numerous insights.
Discover Baroque Art is a virtual museum (created as part of the European project Museum With No Frontier) dedicated to Baroque works of art present in some European countries, including Italy and, specifically, Bologna and its territory.
The Alma Mater provides virtual visits to several historical places of the University, such as the Aula Magna Santa Lucia, Palazzo Poggi, the Botanical Garden, Palazzo Hercolani and San Giovanni in Monte.
The MAST in Bologna instead offers a virtual guided tour of the UNIFORM – INTO THE WORK / OUT OF THE WORK exhibition accompanied by the curator Urs Stahel and some video-meetings with the artists to discover their artistic projects on display.
The National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara, set up in the sixteenth-century Palazzo Costabili known as Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro, offers a virtual visit through its rooms, which house the finds from the excavations of the ancient city of Spina.
The MEIS – National Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah offers a virtual visit to the Jewish Ferrara exhibition, created to tell the millennial relationship between Jews and the city: an online journey with videos, documents, insights, interviews and songs to listen to.
The main UNESCO sites and monuments of Ravenna can be admired also from a distance thanks to this 360° panoramic images.
On the tourism website of the city of Rimini, four different itineraries within the city can be consulted online through interactive maps, while on the website of the Teatro Galli it’s possible to take a real virtual tour through the spectacular halls of the building.
You can also visit the exhibition Fellini 100. Immortal Genius, set up in Castel Sismondo in Rimini on the occasion of the celebrations for the centenary of the birth of the great director and currently closed in compliance with the DPCM of 8 March, by enjoying a virtual visit among some of the most beautiful rooms of the exhibition, accompanied by the voice of the curator Marco Bertozzi.
And here’s a virtual tour with Google Street View for those wishing to linger on the exhibition and visit the rooms independently.
For fans of 2 and 4 wheels, the Museums of MotorValley allow us to virtually visit their collections by taking a tour of the models that have made the history of the great motor brands born in Emilia-Romagna:
- virtual visit to Ducati Museum in Borgo Panigale (Bologna)
- virtual visit to Lamborghini Museum MUDETEC in Sant’Agata Bolognese (Bologna)
- virtual visit to Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena