Ravenna, a living mosaic
Ravenna is quite simply a treasure chest of art and history with a beautiful and varied natural environment: from the Lidi Ravennati on the sea to the lagoons and flooded forests.
The city of the Tricolore (Italian three colour flag)
The three colours of the Italian flag were first adopted in this human-scale town; it is one of the most flourishing and liveable towns in Italy.
Land of roaring engines....and more
Modena is famous in the world for being the home of Ferrari, the prestigious car manufacturer based in Maranello, and for producing the excellent Balsamic Vinegar with its unique and inimitable aroma.
The heart-shaped land between the Po River and the Apennines
The Po River flows with a sluggish calm through Piacenza, just 300 m from the old town centre. Piacenza is an exquisitely typical town of the Po Plain with the charm of a river town and a medieval identity made of villages and splendid vineyards.
In the footsteps of ancient wayfarers in Emilia Romagna
Ancient itineraries which in the Middle Ages and following eras led pilgrims, wayfarers and merchants to Rome. An extraordinary cultural heritage that invites curious visitors to start a stimulating “journey in time” on the traces of historical-artistic beauties and at the discovery of new places with a mystical and evocative charm. Enjoy your journey along the historical routes of Emilia Romagna.
The Via Bibulca
A route that follows the steps of the pilgrims that travelled from the Secchia Valley to San Pellegrino in Alpe.
The Via dei Romei
The Via dei Romei, formerly called Via Popilia, connected eastern Europe to Rome passing also by the Adriatic coast.
The Via Francigena in the Province of Piacenza
On the traces of medieval pilgrims...the Via Francigena was one of the most important communication routes in those times.
Closely connected to the historical routes that cross Emilia Romagna, the Transromanica is both a virtual and real itinerary at the discovery of the Romanesque artistic and architectural heritage in the province of Modena and other eleven European regions.