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An online library of key publications and brochures about Emilia-Romagna that you can download and consult on the go

Which seaside resort should you choose for your break on the Emilia-Romagna Riviera?

What is there to see at the Po Delta Park?

What is the history behind Bologna's porticoes?

The publications listed in this section provide answers to these questions and many more about the Emilia-Romagna area to help you plan all the finer details of your holiday.

The list below is divided by topic and also includes maps of a number of cities, cycling routes and more detailed information on regional food and wine specialities.

This material is free to download and available in a variety of languages.

Bologna Hidden canals 2015

A 10-stops itinerary to discover that Bologna hides a 60 km network of largely covered over canals.


Bologna City of Music

From classical to jazz, an 11 stops itinerary to discover the musical tradition of Bologna, since 2006 UNESCO Creative City of Music.


Bologna Porticoes 2018

Itinerary among 10 characteristic places to discover everything of the porticoes of Bologna, nominated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Bologna, San Luca Sanctuary 2017

Itinerary in 5 stages, from the historic center to the Guardia Hill, to reach the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca, one of the symbols of the city.


Matilda and the Treasures of Canossa

Discovering the Countess Matilde and the Matildic territory, including castles, churches, natural parks and cities of art.


Paesaggi d’autore: Bassani

Ferrara and surroundings to discover the places linked to the writer Giorgio Bassani.


Paesaggi d’autore: Dante

From Reggio Emilia to Ravenna and the Romagna's Apennines to discover the places linked to the great poet Dante Alighieri.


Paesaggi d’autore: Guareschi

In the Parma and Reggio Emilia lands to visit the places that inspired Giovannino Guareschi, creator of Don Camillo and Peppone characters.


Paesaggi d’autore: Malatesta

Journey in the hinterland of Rimini through the ancient and most important possessions of the great leader Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta.


Paesaggi d’autore: Matilde

Itinerary on the hills of Reggio Emilia, Modena and Bologna among castles, parish churches and abbeys, in the places that tell the story of the Grancontessa Matilde di Canossa.


Paesaggi d’autore: Morandi

From Bologna to the Apennines, a journey through the places where the painter Giorgio Morandi lived, inspiring his works.


Paesaggi d’autore: Pascoli

Itinerary in the places and atmospheres of Romagna that affected the poetry of the great poet Giovanni Pascoli.


Paesaggi d’autore: Pico della Mirandola

Between Modena and Carpi to discover the places of Pico della Mirandola, a key figure of Humanism and Italian Renaissance period.


Imola

A complete guide to discover Imola, between history, flavors, events, nature and sport.


Modena: Just one for UNESCO 2019

Just one for UNESCO: guide to the 4 UNESCO masterpieces of Modena that can be visited with a single ticket.


Modena: Ghirlandina 2015

Everything you need to know for a visit to the UNESCO Ghirlandina Tower of Modena.


Rimini Amarcord

Discovering Rimini in the company of Federico Fellini: tour of the main places beloved by the great director.


Ferrara, land and cinema

Cinematic itineraries of Ferrara and surroundings: great films and protagonists linked to the territory.


Bologna Tourist Guide 2012

A guide to discover Bologna, from the historic center to the countryside, through 10 thematic itineraries.


Bologna Towers 2017

Itinerary among 12 of the most beautiful towers of Bologna, to take a dip in the past and admire the medieval city from above.


Art cities Emilia Romagna 2013

Guide to the ten cities of art in Emilia-Romagna: from Piacenza to Rimini, between art and history, landscapes, personalities and good food.


Welcome to Modena 2020

A brief guide to the city and its places not to be missed.


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