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Emilia-Romagna is an Italian region set between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennines, a land which is as beautiful as it is unique. Its coast boasts beautiful, plain, sandy beaches while, if we were to adventure to the other side of the region, we would be met by the lush, green hinterland and the Apennine’s hilly foothills, peppered with countless cities where art and culture can be found around every corner. Bologna, Modena, and Ferrara have even gone as far as being acknowledged as UNESCO Heritage Sites! Culture vultures and art aficionados will not be disappointed, and the same applies to gourmands. After all, this region is the home of Parma ham, Culatello di Zibello, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, and the refined Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale. A change of scenery awaits at the seaside, a welcome balm for tourists and locals alike. The “bagni” cover the riviera in an ocean of coloured umbrellas: the “bagno” tends to be a small family-owned business where beachgoers can rent an umbrella and two loungers. Each “bagno” has its own rules and services, and represents a universe of cafes serving delicious food and drinks, and much, much more.


Themes and research topics

  • Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale – Emilia-Romagna’s ambrosia
  • Let us rid you of the notion that making Italian gelato is too hard: sign up to an ice cream course at the Gelato University in Bologna
  • Explore Rimini’s old city centre, walking on the same streets Federico Fellini did
  • Could it be… was that really them? An owner of a bagno recounts special encounters and miscellaneous curiosities from his establishment
  • If not in Emilia-Romagna, where then: explore the "F.I.CO. Eataly World" in Bologna, the world’s largest Food Park
  • Start your engine and put on your seatbelt as you visit the Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati & Co. facilities