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                    [date] => April 10, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => Souvent absente du radar des touristes, la région d’Émilie-Romagne, en Italie, est un véritable petit paradis pour les voyageurs épicuriens. On vous raconte!


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                    [title] => Best of Bologna: a leaning tower, the longest portico and the best pasta
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                    [title] => Pourquoi vous devez programmer un citytrip à Bologne
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                    [excerpt] => Je me rends compte que je n’ai pas encore consacré d’article à Bologne sur le blog. Je vous ai bien parlé, en long et en large, de l’Émilie-Romagne, région dont elle est la capitale, mais je ne vous ai pas réellement présenté Bologne. 
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                    [title] => Chupándonos los dedos en el Museo del Helado de Carpigiani, en Italia
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                    [date] => February 7, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => Llevábamos tiempo detrás de visitar el Gelato Museum de Carpigiani, muy cerca de Bolonia, y, por qué no, de probar a hacer nuestro primer helado artesanal en su taller. Olvídate de los helados de sobre y disfruta de esta delicia y de su historia desde la antigüedad.
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                    [title] => A comprehensive guide to spending a week in Bologna – Italy
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                    [excerpt] => Bologna should never be treated like we have treated it.  It deserves attention!  Located in the heart of Emilia Romagna, it is indeed a heady mix of culture, history, stunning architecture and of course food.  It is its reputation for food that earns it the “food valley” of Italy tag, known worldwide for it’s commitment and traditions to creating authentic food dictated by regulations, restaurants and street food.
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                    [title] => Que faire autour de Bologne? Mes idées de visites dans les environs!
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                    [date] => November 27, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => Si vous préparez une visite de Bologne et de sa région, j’imagine que vous allez lu mon article sur les choses à faire à Bologne et vous demandez maintenant que visiter aux alentours de Bologne!  Cela tombe bien, je vous ai justement préparé quelques idées de visites, glanées lors de mes différents séjours en Emilie-Romagne (oui, en tant que grande fan du coin, j’y suis déjà allée plusieurs fois…). Voici 7 idées de choses à faire aux environs de Bologne, à maximum 1h15 de trajet.
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                    [title] => Casa Artusi, escola de culinária e o festival gastronômico de Forlimpopoli
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                    [date] => November 20, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => Uma das maiores riquezas da Itália são seus personagens, que se fundem com a história do país de um modo inseparável e indelével.
Pequeninos grãos de histórias pessoais contribuem para que a Itália seja o que é hoje: um país sem comparações quanto falamos de história, arte e cultura genuína.
Muito provavelmente, ao abrir um livro de receitas italianas você nunca imaginou que, se não fosse Pellegrino Artusi, muitos dos pratos italianos jamais chegariam à mesa de sua casa!
Vou te contar essa história!
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                    [title] => Travelling to Austria and Italy. Combining culture and adventure
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                    [excerpt] => In the summer, I combined the northern Italian region of Emilia Romagna with the Achensee region of Tirol in Austria – connected by a very scenic train journey of less than seven hours that weaved north through Italy and western Austria.
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                    [title] => San Cataldo Cemetery in Modena, Italy
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                    [date] => November 16, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => San Cataldo is a cemetery never seen before. This post-modern piece of architecture impresses because of its surrealistic character. Upon entering the terracotta-colored cube it feels like entering an apartment block for the dead, but never unpleasant. Approaching the building it actually looks simple from the outside. When inside, without a roof and windows but with multiple funerary niches and stairs, you are losing orientation. But being somewhat disoriented puts life and dead in perspective and allows you to let the design grab you.
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                    [title] => Bologne en été en 10 sensations
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                    [date] => November 11, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => Je vous l’ai déjà dit dans mon article consacré à la visite de Bologne, je suis tombée amoureuse de cette ville il y a quelques années. Je ne me lasse pas de la parcourir et d’apprécier l’atmosphère qui s’en dégage.
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                    [title] => A day trip from Bologna to Brisighella – experience local food and wine in agriturismo
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                    [excerpt] => Tucked away in the hills near the small town of Brisighella, a family is living their dream.   A long search of more than 30 farms across Italy lead them here from their hometown of Treviso,  to Torre Cavina and ultimately to the establishment of DonnaLivia.  Having owned it now for three years, DonnaLivia has grown into a flourishing agriturismo.  On a hill overlooking a magnificent valley,  the leaves on the olive trees glisten like silver in the sun. It’s the perfect place to come for a day trip from Bologna, Italy.
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                    [title] => Experience Bologna like a local on a vintage vespa tour
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                    [excerpt] => Candy pink helmet on, arms wrapped tightly around my husband as I took my place on the back of the seat, trying to find some space on the tiny pegs where two sets of feet needed to rest. The sound of the cobblestones underneath the wheels of our vintage Vespa told me we were on our way.  We were off to explore the hills of Bologna, and as we whizzed in and out of the narrow back streets, blending in with the locals who use Vespas as their everyday transport. I couldn’t help but feel a little cool, and more than a little excited. Like driving Citroen 2CVs in France, the Vespa is synonymous with Italy and today we were going to be riding them through the Bolognese hills.
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