Emilia Romagna is the region par excellence of eating well: there is no corner of the region where it is not possible to come across a tasty and inviting local specialty.
Morphologically formed by two almost equivalent parts, one mountainous and hilly and the other flat, the region also boasts the Romagna Riviera: a 120 km long coastline, bordered by large beaches and which also offers numerous youth entertainment venues.
Bologna, the regional capital, nicknamed the "learned" and the "fat", well embodies the spirit of this land, with an important addition nowadays, the amusement factory of the Romagna Riviera, with its proverbial nightlife and the famous theme parks .
Ferrara, crossed by rivers and tributary channels of the Po, includes numerous protected areas and the largest swamp in Italy, the Comacchio Valleys which is part of the Po Delta National Park. The province boasts a rich historical and artistic heritage , including the city of Ferrara and the Pomposa Abbey, as well as seaside resorts such as the seven Lidi di Comacchio.
Forlì-Cesena historically occupied a larger territory until 1992, when it was divided to create the province of Rimini, adding Cesena to the denomination and creating the two districts of Forlì and Cesena, each made up of 15 municipalities.
Modena, a province rich in history as an independent state, the Duchy of Modena and Reggio, also boasts one of the highest standards of living in Italy thanks to the thriving industrial sector which includes, among other things, elite car companies such as Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini.
Emilia Romagna is made up of 9 provinces and 340 municipalities. Among the provinces we find: Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì-Cesena, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia and Rimini.