Welcome to Emilia-Romagna
Sweeping north from the Apennines to the fertile Po valley, Emilia-Romagna boasts some of Italy’s most hospitable people, some of its most productive land, some of its fastest vehicles (Ferrari, Ducati, Maserati and Lamborghini call Emilia-Romagna home) and most soul-satisfying food. Since antiquity, the verdant Po lowlands have sown enough agricultural riches to feed a nation and finance an unending production line of lavish products: luxury cars, regal palazzi (mansions), Romanesque churches, prosperous towns and a gigantic operatic legacy (Verdi and Pavarotti, no less).
Highlights in Emilia-Romagna
Food & Drink
Bologna Food Experience: Factory Visits with Gourmet Lunch and Wine Tasting
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Sustainable Walks: Roads of Dante
Finally nominated as 2020's Italian Capital of Culture, Parma will be noticed.
Attention: World Pasta Day is 25 October. All diets are cancelled. Join the celebration by visiting the birthplace of your favourite pasta shapes.
Emilia-Romagna may not roll as easily off the tongue or attract as many visitors as its neighbour Tuscany, but it's the perfect example of how making the…
The original home of balsamic vinegar, Parmesan cheese, Parma ham and Bolognese sauce, the region of Emilia-Romagna is one of Italy’s culinary superstars…