Tag: Piacenza

| 21 May 2018

Let’s face it: to take a leisure weekend with your loved ones is not only beautiful, but also necessary to get away from the everyday routine. That’s the reason why the autumn of a few… Read more >>

| 15 March 2018

Did you know that, in the past, the expression “stuff from Piasensa” referred to delicacies like cheese and salami? If you intend to visit Piacenza or its villages (Bobbio, Castell’Arquato, and Vigoleno), you’d better prepare… Read more >>

| 23 November 2017

Piacenza was founded by the Romans on the banks of the Po river and enclosed between the hills and mountains of the Apennines. It’s the gateway to Emilia and is a sober and reserved city… Read more >>

| 06 July 2017

You’re driving through the lanes in the Piacenza countryside, up hill, down dale and past a swathe of vineyards, when suddenly a tiny town of medieval towers and battlements pops up out of the landscape…. Read more >>

| 27 April 2017

Perched on a rocky spur on the ridge separating the Ongina and Stirone valleys, the village of Vigoleno is one of the most historically and visually fascinating in Piacenza province. The earliest historical mention of… Read more >>

| 15 December 2016

One of the favorite topics during lunches and dinners of Christmas with relatives undoubtedly affect the amount of snow that is no longer what it once was: and so tales of kilometers of white-washed campaigns… Read more >>