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A day of your holiday in Italy, Emilia Romagna and the discovery of its riches historical - cultural.


The millenary monuments of Ravenna, capital of the Byzantine empire, await you at just a few minutes drive from the beach.
Take a day off and discover the secrets of this unforgettable city: the mosaics of Sant'Apollinare in Classe, the Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Tomb of Dante, the Mausoleum of Theodoric.
After the invasion of the Lombards, was the Venetian period ended in 1509 with the delivery of Ravenna to the pope Lily II, the Holy See domino 'then Ravenna until 1850.
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In the center of Ravenna, in the middle of a beautiful park is located in unmonolito poetra Istria "The Mausoleum of Theodoric" erected eponymous Gothic king in 520.
In a visit to Ravenna, a must see is the Church of San Vitale (open from 8.30 to 19.30). The church was built after the 525 with its distinctive octagonal shape, the richness of the coatings, marks the transition from the Classical to the Roman period, the Byzantine Empire.
The beautiful mosaics (535-545) that line the walls of the chancel are definitely the most valuable evidence.
Continuing to explore the sights of Ravenna are the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia (mid-fifth century) by the particular shape of a Latin cross and the beautiful mosaics classics prior to 450.
Walking along Via Cavour, the modern heart of Ravenna, we head to Piazza Garibaldi where we find the Alighieri Theatre, home of the musical events of the Ravenna Festival.
Continuing our tour we visit St. Apollinaris Nuovo built by Theodoric in the early sixth century and the cylindrical tower of the ninth century., We remain fascinated by the inside of classical and Byzantine mosaics that cover the walls.
Last stop on our tour to discover the treasures of Ravenna is the Church of St. Francis of the fifth century, adjacent to the church is the tomb of the great poet Dante Alighieri, who died in Ravenna in 1321.


Bologna will seduce you with the beauty of its portics and its Two towers.
A leisurely walk around Piazza Grande and its splendid Cathedral San Petronio will unveil the many splendours of this beautiful city that is home to the oldest university in Europe.
While you are there don’t miss the chance to try the delicious Bolognese tortellini and tagliatelle


Ferrara is a jewel of Renaissance art and architecture which will take your breath away.
The Castle of Este, built in 1385 by Marquese Nicolò II, the cathedral dating back to the XII century, the fabulous Palazzo dei Diamanti (Diamond Palace) and the old city walls, are just a few of the historical places to visit which will have you dreaming of olden times.

Discover the Po Delta

The Po Delta can be explored on foot by bike, on horseback, or by boat. Trails running through the wood and along the dams are ideal for who wishes to observe and breath the magical atmostphere. The sudden flight of a heron, the flight of a flock of birds over the water surface, the sensation of water and plantlife living as one make this place special for Nature lovers and for those seeking peace and quiet.
You can also explore the architectural and historical features of the area such as the Castle of Mesola, the Pomposa Abbey, the Gorino lighthouse and the Abate Tower or the historical centre of Comacchio with its bridges and canals and visit the Fortuna Maris, the Roman ship found in the local lagoons, shown in all its glory in the Palazzo del Vescovo.
A walk or a bike-ride can be ended with a stop in one of the many restaurants of the area. Small " trattorias", inns and famous restaurants, each with their own features, offer local dishes especially sea food; fish and shellfish, oysters, eel, clams, mussels, sole and many other fish dishes.


Easy to reach by car, Venice awaits you with its canals and monuments. A ride in a gondola or a visit to San Marco will make it an unforgettable day out …


The eye follows the smooth hills to get lost in the sea, a panorama always different from the "terrace of Romagna". A perfectly preserved medieval village, rich in history and tied to a generous land, from which comes the culture of wine and of good cooking. Bertinoro is also capital of hospitality, where the quality of life marks every single holiday, with a longlasting tradition of welcoming. In the central square, the Clock Tower, with bells dating back to 1526: much higher in the past, served as a beacon for sailors and travelers. In the background a symbol of the tradition of hospitality, the "Column of Anellas", built during the XIII century to stop disputes between local families, competing to host passing by strangers. Tying the horse to one of the links in the column decided by fate wich family would host the foreiners, to enjoy the tradition of Bertinoro's hospitality.
The millennial city fortess in 1177 hosted Federico Barbarossa, in the late middle ages the most prominent persons from Malatesta, Sforza and Borgia, becoming, by 1584, the headquarter of the Pope's Curch State in the area. Recently restored, there you will find the three monotheistic religions Museum and the Center for Residential Education, home-office of the University of Bologna.


A vital city, where tradition and history blends perfectly with the ability to use renewed energy and turning the gaze towards future. Crossed by the Roman Via Emilia, Cesena is a vibrant city with a splendid center renewed in the latest years to its ancient splendor, a wonderful meeting point both for citizens and tourists. In 1452 Malatesta Novello has given to the city its most precious jewel: the Malatesta Library, built on a former factory of the convent of St. Francis of Minor Friars. There are preserved an heritage of 340 manuscripts, sometimes illuminated, still attached to the original reading benches by chains (stealing the books was struck by excommunication).
Another pride for the city of Cesena is the Civic Teater Alessandro Bonci, one of the most prestigious theatrical factories in Romagna.
Beside this Cesena boasts one of the most beautiful and impressive Malatesta's Fortress of Romagna, with its fortifications and restored walkways, located on the top of the hill dominating the city and surrounded by Garampi Park of Remembrance, with its paths immersed in the green ..
A city full of space devoted to art, history and tradition: Archaeological Museum, Civic Painting Gallery, Cassa di Risparmio Painting Gallery, Museum of History of Agriculture, Natural Science Museum, Basilica del Monte.


Cesenatico was once an ancient sea port, famous for fishing and trade. Even today the soul of city life is along the harbor channel where the fishing boats, now part of one of the most modern Italian fleet, are still facing the typical restaurants, famous for seafood cuisine. In the port channel, redesigned by Leonardo da Vinci in 1501, you can admire the Maritime Museum, a collection of almost unique and very suggestive ancient crafts, whose colorful sails and hulls recall centuries of fishing and shipping tales. And then ... the beaches, the pine forest, the marina harbour, the sea gardens, large parks, sports facilities, the fish market ...


Placed in the midst of two blue lagoons, linked to inland only by its characteristic red bricks bridges, Comacchio is the most original and historic charming little city of the Po Delta. Ancient churches and market places, elegant villas and modest fishermen houses are reflected in the channel, now only crossed by tourists' boats.
An ancient history whose memories melt into a timeless place inextricably linked to its surrounding natural landscape.


Placed in the midst of two blue lagoons, linked to inland only by its characteristic red bricks bridges, Comacchio is the most original and historic charming little city of the Po Delta. Ancient churches and market places, elegant villas and modest fishermen houses are reflected in the channel, now only crossed by tourists' boats.
An ancient history whose memories melt into a timeless place inextricably linked to its surrounding natural landscape.


In the heart of Romagna, lying on the famous Roman Via Emilia, Forlì has a reserved and quiet attitude, beside its being a center of commercial and cultural ferments, where the people's love for their land has generated a high level quality of life. A city that has been always reserving a meaningful space to culture, history and tradition. Headquarter of a major university, Forlì's cultural life is enriched by many museums, varying in contents, but all equally interesting: Archeologic Civic Museum Antonio Santarelli, Civic Paintings Gallery, Romagna's Ethnographic Museum Benedetto Pergola, Ornithology Museum Ferrante Foschi, Villa Saffi, Museum of The Risorgimento Aurelio Saffi, Albicini Armory, Dante Foschi Historical Museum, Romagna's Teater Museum.


The stronghold of Gradara stands on a hill on the border between Romagna and Marche regions in strategic and dominant position.
Is 25 km from Rimini, 13 km from Pesaro, 3 km frm the Adriatic state road.
The fortress rooms recall the splendor of powerful families that have ruled here: Malatesta, Sforza and Della Rovere.
After Malatesta and the tragedy of Paolo and Francesca, sung by Dante in one of the most famous passages of the "Divina Commedia", consumed here in September 1289, came the Sforza (including Lucrezia Borgia, the second wife of John Sforza).
A brief period of domination of the brother of Lucrezia, Cesare Borgia, preceded the Della Rovere and the Pope's State of the Church vanished into Italy in second half of eighteenth century.


Padua is one of the oldest cities in Italy, but at the same time one of the most dynamic of the Country. The elegant heart of the City, full of wonderful examples of medieval, Renaissance and modern architecture, is a unique melting of metropolitan with old traditions.
The old is mixed with the modern tradition and the vanguard, in a constant melting that gives this city a beautiful and unique charm.
The province is a kaleidoscope of attractions. From the most famous European Spas to the sweet Euganean Hills, a natural oasis dotted with villas, castles, monasteries, gardens and vineyards. From the picturesque medieval walled cities to the large green countryside with a dense net of rivers ending up into a stretch of the lagoon.


Rimini is like the blues: inside there is everything. So says Luciano Ligabue, the famous Italian popsinger. And everything is really everything. Whether we are sleeping in tents or in the suite of the 5-stars Grand Hotel loved by Federico Fellini, this is a good place to go. There's a wonderful journey of art and culture. Masterpieces unique in the world of Roman and Renaissance period. A walk barefoot by the sea 15 kilometers long, to talk or meditate.
227 beaches. Over 1100 hotels. Excellent organization for children. Rimini is a laboratory city. All the newest trends start here: street bar, happy hour, aperitifs at the beach, dinners by the sea, the sport of the future (the next games), nordic walking on the sand. But above all it's all a matter of atmosphere. "It is Rimini, bellezza." You'll love it. A perfect situation to build friendships for a lifetime.
Go and discover it yourself. You will not regret it. You'll find everything.


Capital city known also by the name of "city of roses" thanks to the description given by Ludovico Ariosto in his novel "Orlando furioso", the province of Rovigo lays between those of Padua and Ferrara.
City of Etrusco-Roman origin, at about 40km from the Adriatic Sea, discloses its unique environmental heritage also thanks to the Delta Po Park attracting tourists with a series of events and initiatives to develop the touristic vocation of the area.
You have to visit the Museum of the Great Rivers, the "Academy of Concordi", the Civic Museum, the many beautiful churches and buildings that were residence for several noble families of the town.

San Leo

Strategic keypoint of the area the fortress of San Leo, originally built by the Romans, was bitterly fought over by the Byzantines, Goths, Franks and Lombards. Around the middle of the eleventh century, arrived to San Leo the important family of Montecopiolo, renamed after this important feud "Counts of Montefeltro", that so much glory and honour will have in medieval and renaissance Italian history. In the second half of the fourteenth century, the fortress was conquered by Malatesta who alternated in its domain to Montefeltro until the next century.
In 1502, Cesare Borgia, managed to seize the fortress, after conquered by Della Rovere that held it until the devolution to the Papal Churc State. Transformed in prison, there would have been retained free thinkers like Cagliostro and patriots of the Risorgimento, among the most famous was Felice Orsini.

San Marino

Serenissima Repubblica of San Marino is a small independent state located between Emilia Romagna (Rimini region) and Marche (Pesaro-Urbino area).
The State has ancient origins and is to be considered the oldest longlasting republic in the world (the tradition wants its date of foundation on September 3 301).
During middle age and Renaissance, San Marino developed peculiar institutions and, except for some brief periods of military occupation, the Republic has always maintained a certain independence and autonomy.
Today, although not part of the European Union, has adopted the Euro as official currency.
Renowned for shopping and souvenirs, San Marino has a state museum exibiting valuable and famous masterpieces of Francesco Menzocchi, Guercino, Pompeo Batoni, Elizabeth Sirani, Stefano Galletti, Michele Giambono, Baccio Bandinelli, Tiburzio Passerotti, Bernardo Strozzi and many others.


Santarcangelo is a town that has managed to maintain a strong link with its past and traditions.
The entire old town is alive, made up of well preserved houses and buildings, fine restaurants and inns, narrow roads leading to increasingly animated small "piazzette". The atmosphere is that of a large village willing to mantain its slow rhythms and identity: guests will immediately receive a strong Romagna's feeling.
The ancient heart of the country lies on a smooth hill called Jupiter Hill; here today is strongly recognizable the ancient structure of the typical medieval fortified town, which dominates the impressive Malatesta's castle.


Added by UNESCO to the World Heritage List in 1998, Urbino, the political and cultural center of Montefeltro area, can be immediately spotted by its unique "Palazzo Ducale", one of the most distinguished masterpieces of Renaissance art.
The town experienced a spectacular artistic flowering during the sixteenth century, attracting artists and scholars from all over Italy and beyond and influencing cultural developments all over Europe. Surely deserves at least a one day long trip to visit its museums and see with your own eyes what strucks the immagination of the millions of its visitors every year.


Chioggia, a lively seaside town, in which every stone speaks about the history of the place. Its original structure suggests the classic image of the bone fish. Here art, folklore and popular traditions melted along times in a wonderful fusion with nature.
Connected to Chioggia by a bridge, Sottomarina discloses all his touristic vocations thanks to its iodine air and unique soft sandy beach nearly 10 km long with pearl reflecting and tanning properties.

Italia in miniatura

Italia in Miniatura, with 272 perfect scale reproductions of architectural wonders, is not only an extraordinary trip around the delights of Italy, it is also learning more about physics while playing in the Science Fun Park, it is feeling your heart in your mouth on rides such as the Canoe or Sling Shot, it is meeting Casanova while boating through a Venice just five times smaller than the real one, it is laughing at amusing water games and eccentric animated puppets; it is … like all real experiences, difficult to describe and impossible to forget.

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