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While Ferrara is not a big city like Florence or Bologna, it’s packed with things to see and do. After all, Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta are UNESCO World Heritage sites. When planning your trip, at least double the 30 hours to even come close to scratching the surface.

Author: @browsingitaly 1 month ago

This tour, sponsored by The Emilia Romagna Region Tourist Board in collaboration with Michelin Guide Italian Restaurants 2017, was an eye-opening romp through a region considered one of the great food meccas of the world.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 months ago

Brisig where?
My well-traveled friend questioned and gave me skeptical stare, thinking I was pulling her leg. She has never heard of Brisighella, a town in Emilia-Romagna and when I mentioned Faenza and Ravenna, she began to get a clearer picture as to where it’s situated. Surrounded by three rocky hills, Brisighella is known as “The three hills village” and listed as “One of the most beautiful villages in Italy”. While Ravenna, gets all the attention in this area, Brisighella with its picturesque backdrop and its unique, colorful defensive walkway, deserves a visit.

Author: @browsingitaly 5 months ago

These day trips from Rome would never have crossed my mind if I hadn’t been put in a position to have to do them. Unexpected errands had me organizing long-haul day trips, which at the end of the day, were exhausting but enjoyable.

Day trip from Rome to Bologna and Day trip from Rome to Milan

Author: @browsingitaly 1 year ago

How is it possible to encapsulate three days of feasting in Emilia-Romagna, specifically along Via Emilia, in merely a single post? It would be an overwhelming, sumptuous read and to ensure it goes down easy, this is part one of three posts on a weekend of fine food and wine in Emilia-Romagna.

Author: @browsingitaly 1 year ago

Rimini, located in the Emilia Romagna region, was established where two of the most important ancient Roman roads crossed, the Via Flaminia, that used to connect Rome to this area; and the Via Emilia, that reached Piacenza.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

Santarcangelo di Romagna is definitely one of my favorite towns in the Rimini area, south of the Emilia Romagna region. Standing on a gentle hill called Colle Giove, it is a real little gem, peaceful and lively at the same time, and could be the perfect destination for all travelers.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

The stunning Opera 02, an organic Lambrusco vineyard and cellar, as well as agriturismo (farmstay) in Castelvetro di Modena, just on the outskirts of Modena.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

Its name has latin origins: Forum Livi, the place of Livio. Livio was the son of Marco Livio Salinatore, the Roman Consul that won the Battle of Metaurus in 207 B.C .

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

Although a value add, I didn’t go to Bologna to experience its stunning porticos, tall twin towers or vibrant student life. I went to eat. Plain and simple. And that, I did.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

If you think Ravenna is all about mosaics, then you’d be mistaken. While there is no doubt that most visitors are here to marvel at the mosaics, you’ll be missing out if you didn’t experience the culinary side of the city.

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to visit Ravenna, a city in Emilia-Romagna that is renowned for its mosaics. However, Ravenna is not only about mosaics…

Author: @browsingitaly 2 years ago