When visiting Emilia Romagna the only trouble you’ll face is deciding what to do! The region is home to to a variety of destinations that will fit every traveler’s needs. From amazing historical cities famed for their art and culture, to the beautiful lush greenery of the Apennines mountains which become ski resorts in the winter, and in summer are the perfect place for trekking and enjoying nature.
When mentioning Emilia Romagna we can’t forget about the timeless fascination of the Motor Valley and its historic brands, from Ducati, Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini and Pagani just to name a few. If cars aren’t your thing, Emilia Romagna is home to the Adriatic Riviera with its 110 km of beaches which hosts the largest amusement park district in Europe, as well as a variety of bars and restaurants where you could enjoy the typical cuisine.
The region is also home to world renowned wellness spas and thermal baths, there are 24 in the region located in 19 different area ranging from the Adriatic sea to the villages of the Apennines. The spas and baths are popular among tourist and locals and offer a range of services for visitors to feel pampered and to connect with the nature around them.
Enogastronomy is king in Emilia Romagna, which boasts 44 DOP and IGP certifications for its typical food products, including internationally renowned favourites such as Prosciutto di Parma to Parmigiano Reggiano, from Lambrusco to Traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena and Reggio Emilia. The region also has many delicious restaurants including 23 Michelin rated restaurants and even the world's first “food theme park” called FICO Eataly World located in Bologna.