The Northern Italian region not only offers numerous culinary delights, but also significant monuments and magnificent artworks and buildings, old and famous universities, and medieval fortresses and castles. The cities are full of art treasures from all epochs and almost every provincial capital has its own fascinating medieval dome.

Impressive artistic treasures and UNESCO World Heritages

The provincial capital Piacenza hosts one of the most beautiful medieval city halls of Northern Italy and is a magnificent example of the Gothic-Lombard architecture from the 13th century

The Ponte Gobbo, the impressing bridge in the picturesque village Bobbio fascinates with its 11 sweeping arches. The province also impresses with numerous castles, which can be visited on a pleasant bike tour or a horseback ride through the beautiful landscape.

In the province Reggio Emilia, you can trace the footsteps of the mighty Mathilde in the historic Castello di Canossa. The provincial capital Parma dazzles with its culinary tradition and monuments from the Roman and Gothic period on its Piazza Duomo and its historic opera.

The city of Ferrara attracts its visitors with historic buildings from the Renaissance and is listed as UNESCO World Heritage, together with the nearby city Ravenna. The early Christian mosaics in Ravenna, Dante’s grave, as well as the prestigious architecture of the ensemble on the Piazza Grande in Modena should not be missed on a trip to the Emilia-Romagna. In the Ferrari museum in Modena and Maranello, you can learn more about the history of the famous sports car manufacturer Enzo Ferrari.

The beautiful cities Bologna and Rimini

The university city Bologna is the capital of the region and dazzles with many impressing palaces and spiritual churches and monasteries, in its red sea of houses. Besides numerous museums and theatres, you can visit the oldest university in Europe, which was built in 1088.

In the south east of the Emilia-Romagna, the beautiful harbour city Rimini offers impressing Roman architecture and bridges, like the Ponte di Tiberio, in its “centro storico” from 268 BC. The picturesque fishing quarter San Giuliano is characterized by colourful paintings on the house walls, which show illustrations of scenes of the motion pictures of Federico Fellini.

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