Journey to Emilia Romagna
Trip to Italy’s belly
Emilia Romagna certainly is one of Italy’s most beautiful and diverse regions. It does justice to its name of “Italy’s belly” geographically with the Po delta and the rolling country in the north plus the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea in the south as well as culinarily owing to export hits such as Parma ham, mortadella and Lambrusco. Other exciting features are the Renaissance and mosaic cities of Ravenna and Padua, the picturesque mountains and hills, and the endless beaches from Comacchio to Riccione. Athletes, friends of relaxation and culture buffs find countless touristic resources.
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Emilia Romagna – diverse region in Italy
Emilia Romagna – a diverse region in the north of Italy with largely culinary accomplishments as of recently. However, the region has more to offer with its geographic extremes, the unique wildlife of the Po delta and broad spectrum of attractive travel destinations. The wide sandy beaches along the Adriatic coast attract tens of thousands of bathers a year from all over the world while the picturesque valleys and Apennine mountains tops invite tourists for a hike, some mountain biking or climbing. Historic cities and attractive sights offer worthwhile choices for day trips.
Art and history – under the spell of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Among the region’s indisputable highlights are the Renaissance city of Ferrara and the unique mosaics in Ravenna. Not only art and culture buffs get their money’s worth. The other province capitals feature a number of enthralling works of art, medieval churches, abbeys, castles, and noble Renaissance palaces. The region has a lot to offer with a lot of unique sights and picturesque places waiting to be discovered during a journey through Emilia Romagna.
Culinary journey to Emilia Romagna
While Italy is known all over the world for its culinary treats, Emilia Romagna left its very own mark on these culinary export goods – which is why they region is known as Italy’s belly. Parma ham, mortadella, lambrusco, Parmesan, balsamic vinegar, and a number of famous pasta dishes such as sauce Bolognese, tortelloni, gnocchi, ravioli and many more delicacies originate from Emilia Romagna; reason enough to visit this beautiful and diverse region, and to discover and experience all the sights and delicacies during a journey through Emilia Romagna.