Tag: Emilia Romagna

| 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 >>

| 06 April 2018

There’s nothing that makes the heart of parents vibrate more than the eyes of their child who shine for a new discovery. So today we suggest 10 places you can propose to your children to… 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 >>

| 28 March 2018

A photographic tour by @ginazammit @emily.cappiello & @turntablekitchen to discover the Emilia-Romagna’s delights between Bologna, Ravenna and Rimini. Spring has arrived and there’s no better season to spend some relaxing time discovering a bit of… Read more >>

| 19 March 2018

The Tuscan-Emilian Apennine National Park consists of a striking stretch of the Apennine Mountains surrounded by forests, in an extraordinary geographical position: a 930 mile-long Apennine Mountain range that lays right in between the Po… Read more >>

| 08 March 2018

Are you a travel blogger? Do you want to discover the real Italian lifestyle? Do you want to “eat, feel & live like a local” in Italy? Join the new edition of BlogVille #inEmiliaRomagna! For the… Read more >>