Welcome to Reggio Emilia


Known also as Reggio nell'Emilia, the town started life in the 2nd century BC as a Roman colony along the Via Emilia. Much of Reggio was built by the Este family during the 400 years it controlled the town, beginning in 1406.


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Best of Italy Food Wine & Sightseeing Tour North to South from Venice to Palermo

Enjoy Italy food wine and art treasures in one all-inclusive tour with private guide and driver with air-conditioned minivan/bus. They will pick you up at the airport or port in Venice and take you through the peninsula down to Sicily. You will be staying in highly-rated rural villas and farms to relax and taste real Italian countryside flavors and atmosphere. The followin itinerary can be customized to suit your availability and desires.Day 1: Guided tour of Venice highlights and Food Market to taste some of the city specialties such as Sarde al Saor and Tiramisù (yes! it was invented here)Day 2: Explore Valpollicella and Amarone Vineyards that surround the city of Verona. Visit its famous monuments: Romeo and Juliet House, the Roman Amphitheatre and taste the Risotto. Day 3: Visit the cities of Parma and Reggio Emilia and a farm producing Parmigiano Reggiano cheese.Day 4: Discover the masterpieces of Bologna and enjoy the best Tortellini, Lasagne, Fettuccine and Mortadella.Day 5: Guided Tour of Florence highlights. Explore the food market and enjoy Ribollita soup, Cantucci with Vin Santo, Finocchiona and other specialties.Day 6: Explore the Chianti castles and Vineyards: Guided tour of Medieval city of Siena.Day 7: Visit Montalcino, Pienza, D'Orcia Valley. Enjoy Brunello and Pecorino cheese.Day 8: Tour the volcanic lake of Bolsena and the town of Orvieto and Bagnoregio. Day 9: Guided Tour of Viterbo and Tuscania with tradional food and spirits tasting.Day 10: Visit Rome and the Vatican. Experience real Carbonara, Maritozzi, Artichokes.Day 11: Visit Tivoli Gardens and Villas and an olive oil farm.Day 12: Visit Capua and its Ampitheatre and a traditional Mozzarella producer. Day 13: Guided tour of Caserta Vecchia and Royal Palace.Day 14: Guided tour of Naples monuments. Enjoy the best Pizza Margherita, Coffee, Sfogliatella, Babà.Day 15: Visit Pompeii, Vesuvius Volcano and Spaghetti producer in Gragnano, italy's most famous town for durum-wheat pastaDay 17: Discover the Amalfi Coast, Positano, Sorrento, and authentic Limoncello.Day 18: Guided tour of Paestum and Cilento natural and food highlights.Day 19: Explore Castelmezzano, Pietra Pertosa and  Basilicata art and culinary treasures. Day 20: Visit the towns of Matera and Alberobello and taste Puglia regional specialties.Day 21: Discover the villages of Scalea and Tropea and other beautiful treasures of Calabria region.Day 22: Guided tour of Taormina and Catania. Taste Pasta alla Norma and original Cannoli.Day 24: Explore Piazza Armerina and Palermo, Sicily's capital.Day 25: Visit Monreale and Castellammare. Enjoy Malvasia, Rosolio and bucatini con le Sarde.You will love this memorable tour of the best of Italy!