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Emilia-Romagna is a food lover’s paradise. From its expertly-made pastas to its carefully cured meats to balsamic vinegar that’s been made in the same way for centuries, Emilia-Romagna food is what dreams are made of. The region is considered by many to be the “breadbasket” of Italy, the culinary heart of the country. A two-week visit isn’t enough time to try everything Emilia-Romagna has to offer, but we did our best. Here are some of our favorite foods from around the region.

Author: @TravelerAddicts 2 months ago

The energetic, historic capital of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is our favorite type of city. It is large enough to have lots of things to see and do but is easy to navigate and lacks the crushing crowds that can flood some of the bigger cities. Bologna has a rich heritage dating back thousands of years, with historic buildings and churches and the oldest university in the Western world. All that exists alongside fabulous markets, world-class entertainment, and some of the best food we’ve ever had. The fact that it’s slightly off the main tourist circuit makes it even better. Here’s a look at some of our favorite things to do in Bologna.

Author: @TravelerAddicts 5 months ago

After a quick breakfast, we headed out for a short drive through the Italian countryside. Unseasonably cool for a mid-summer morning, a bit of fog hung over the wheat fields as we wound our way toward the dairy. Almost immediately after arriving at Caseificio San Pier Damiani, the reason for our early wake up call was clear—the milk was here, and it was time to make Parmigiano-Reggiano.

Author: @TravelerAddicts 6 months ago

Food markets in Bologna, Italy, are utterly enticing. The local products are carefully grown, hand-crafted based on centuries of tradition, and passionately delivered to customers when they’re at their peak. A walk through the Bologna markets is a party for all the senses…but mostly for the taste buds. Here’s a look at the four markets we visited in Bologna.

Author: @TravelerAddicts 7 months ago

Imagine the most fabulous photo you’ve ever seen of the Italian countryside–deep shades of green wrapping the rolling hills, bright blue sky, the palpable feeling of summer and relaxation. Then, add a series of pools to those hillsides where, from any point, you can gaze out across the land and lose yourself in the serenity. This place is real. It’s Villaggio della Salute Più.

Author: @TravelerAddicts 8 months ago