Expanse between the Po course to the north and the Apennine reliefs to the south, this region is considered among the most fertile and productive of Italy, thanks also to the influence of the Adriatic Sea that mitigates the climate in the coastal area.
Thanks to this contrast between the mountain and the sea, Emilia Romagna offers the visitor breathtaking landscapes, wonders for the eyes and the spirit in a mixture of colors and scents of the earth, cheerfulness, music, cinema and art.
The lovers of the sea, the sun and the fun choose the Riviera Romagnola, with the longest beach in Europe. Here you can also enjoy facilities for sports and leisure.
Places such as Rimini, Riccione, Cattolica are synonymous with excellent hospitality, relaxation and much fun.
You can then admire the beauties of the Apennines, perhaps by visiting Parma and Piacenza or by walking or walking among the beautiful parks and the wonderful natural reserves.
There is also a wellness area with a wide range of thermal centers, including those of Salsomaggiore and Bagno di Romagna.
Artistic culture has found fertile ground in this land and has planted its deep roots. This is evidenced by the works of Verdi and the poetry of Pascoli until the cinema of the unmistakable Fellini, entered into the myth by virtue of his many masterpieces, whose screenplays have taken place in these places.
In Emilia Romagna you can become a spectator anywhere; you just have to choose the show from an endless list. Emilia Romagna is adjacent to the third smallest country in Europe, the Republic of San Marino.
The provinces are: Bologna (capitals), Ferrara, Forlì-Cesena, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Rimini.