Its Etruscan, Celtic, Roman, Lombard and Byzantine origins make this Region unique and multi-faceted. Bologna, Ferrara, Ravenna and all the art cities of the Region are renowned cultural destinations, where you can feel their history in the halls of ancient palaces and in the old walls that define the geometrical shape of the cities.
Emilia Romagna is also sea and fun, indeed! With more than 100 Km of sandy beaches with a wide range of hotels, restaurants, discos, cinemas, theatres, and theme and water parks. This is the Riviera of Italy.
Thanks to the Regional 20 spas and wellness centres – from the hills surrounding Parma to the beaches of Rimini and Riccione – Emilia-Romagna is an ideal place for relaxing and wellness.
Nature lovers will find two National Parks, 13 Regional Parks, 13 Natural Reserves, and many State Reserves. The Apennines, during the winter season, offers ski lovers more than 250 Km of slopes from Piacenza to the Romagna area. In the summer season you can discover this area by walking, by mountain biking, by canoeing and kayaking.
Along the 14 Food and Wine Trails and Routes, food lovers can find more than a thousand suggested stops like farms, wine cellars, cheese and ham producers and traditional workshops.
All along the ancient Via Emilia, the fans of motors can discover the supercar industry widely known as Motor Valley. Among the famous companies are Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and Ducati.
But above all Emilia Romagna is also golf, plenty of top quality golf, on the days and at the times you prefer, thanks to 25 magnificent Championship courses situated close to one another and ready to welcome you 365 days a year.
Just one green fee for 16 fantastic courses and so many great holes just a few minutes away by car where you can experience the wonderful challenge of a new course every day.
Come to play golf in Emilia Romagna,
Top Destination in Italy for Golf, Art & Gastronomy!!
Explore the wonderful architecture and museums of Parma, with a special visit to the Cathedral and Baptistery. Visit the lands of Giuseppe Verdi and the house in Roncole di Busseto where he was born on 10th October 1813, and enjoy the magical world of classical music at the Regio Theatre in Parma. Savour a typically […]
Visit the beautiful university city of Bologna, walk along its 40 km of porticoes, spend time shopping in the Galleria Cavour, buy some gastronomic delicacies from Tamburini in the city centre and enjoy a well-deserved coffee at one of the outdoor cafes on Piazza Maggiore. Explore the wonderful hills surrounding Bologna and, from the centre […]
Relax on the wonderful beaches of the Adriatic coast. Visit Ravenna, a town famed for its incredible Byzantine mosaics and splendid monuments that UNESCO has named a World Heritage Site. See the mausoleums of Galla Placidia and Teodorico, and the Basilicas of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo, Sant’Apollinare in Classe and San Vitale. Take your children and the […]