Museo del Tricolore
In the main square, this small museum is a memorial to Reggio's proud role as birthplace of the Italian tricolour flag. At a meeting in...
Palazzo dei Musei
Formerly known as Palazzo San Francesco, the flagship of Reggio's five Musei Civici (Civic Museums) houses thematic collections of Roman...
The town's main art gallery holds some worthwhile Italian, Flemish and Spanish paintings, as well as a heterogeneous collection of...
Teatro Municipale Valli
Reggio's splendid neoclassical theatre – recognised as one of the finest in Italy – stages a full season of dance, opera and theatre....
Reggio’s central squares host a produce market . Typical local snacks include erbazzone (herb pie with cheese or bacon) and gnocco...
Piazza Prampolini · interesting places nearby
Reggio's 13th-century cathedral was first built in the Romanesque style but was given a comprehensive makeover 300 years later. Nowadays, virtually all that remains of the original is the upper half of the facade and, inside, the crypt.