• Piacenza
  • Fontanellato
  • Parma
  • Modena
  • Dozza
  • Mantua
  • Ferrara

A great countryside with excellent food and famous local ingredients like Parma ham and balsamic vinegar, medieval castles built by famous noble families, exquisite palaces with some of the most interesting  frescoes you would find all around Italy, several astonishing UNESCO World Heritage sites and a celebrated car manufacturing tradition that has come up with Italy's fastest four-wheelers... The inland towns surrounding Bologna provide excellent day trips full of historical delights away from the tourist crowds.  

  • Labirinto della Masone

    Being one of the main attractions of the area, this largest labyrinth of the world is made of 200 thousand bamboo plants. The structure was commissioned by the Italian art publisher and magazine editor Franco Maria Ricci and inspired by Argentinean writer Jorge Luis Borges. A museum has been opened alongside the Labyrinth (the entire art collection of Ricci), as well as a library, exhibition areas, a bistro and two exclusive suites.

  • Storica Spezieria di San Giovanni Evangelista

    An old pharmacy with Renaissance style interiors, where monks sell herbal remedies like cough drops and creams.

  • This regional wine association has been around since the 1970s to promote Emilia Romagna wines. They offer wine tastings with sommeliers and a rich cave of about 800 local labels.

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