A journey through art and good Emilian cuisine

A journey through art and good Emilian cuisine

 

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DAY 1

Arrival in Bologna and check-in at hotel. Guided tour of the historic city center. By way of Independence Street to Piazza Maggiore, passing in the shade of the Neptune Fountain: Several Renaissance palaces and the Basilica of San Petronio dominate  the square. Lunch in a traditional restaurant. The visit continues to churches and monuments until the early afternoon. To conclude the day, visit to a winery in the province of Bologna. Dinner on the farm and overnight stay in the hotel.

DAY 2

Breakfast and visit to a dairy farm in the province of Bologna, producer of Parmigiano Reggiano. Lunch in a typical tavern. Transfer to the province of Modena to visit a traditional vinegar factory. A tasting of the real balsamic vinegar of Modena IGP and a guided tour allow the discovery of the secrets and traditions of the production of this condiment appreciated all over the world. Return to Bologna, dinner in the old town and overnight stay in the hotel.

DAY 3

Breakfast in the hotel, transfer to Modena and free morning in the streets of the old town. You will particularly appreciate the Ghirlandina, the Duomo and Piazza Grande, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Free lunch. In the afternoon, visit to a Salumificio in the province of Modena, in activity for more than 130 years.  Visit to the Museum of Delicatessen: A collection of centuries of history and traditions of the production of salami in Emilia Romagna. Departure.

All the producers visited during the stay belong to the Wine and Travel Italy community.

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