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.
A brief introductory guide to Parma: all you need to know to start to know the city.
A complete guide to the city of Piacenza and what not to miss in the surrounding area.
Guide to discover the city of Reggio Emilia and its territory, between ancient and contemporary.
Malatesta & Montefeltro: a journey through the hills of Rimini on the trail of the two Lordships.
Ariminum, the Roman Rimini and the archaeological itineraries of the area.
Fortresses and castles of Marecchia and Conca Valleys: the hinterland of Rimini between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
From the Malatesta Temple of Rimini to the hinterland, an itinerary between cathedrals and churches not be missed.
A gastronomic tour in the Parma area, to discover the most typical local products: mini-guide to the 8 Food Museums of Parma.
A guide to learn about the products of the Reggio Emilia’s culinary tradition, from Parmigiano Reggiano to Traditional Balsamic Vinegar, from cured meats to handmade pasta.
Cesenatico, travel notes for the year.
Travel ideas for a holiday in the Lidi di Comacchio.
Discoveries and emotions: what to know to enjoy at best your holidays in the Riviera of Rimini.
8 itineraries to discover the Tuscan Emilian Apennines on two wheels.
Itineraries in the territory of Cervia, among pinewoods, saltpans, parks and monuments.
A guide to discover the territory of Ferrara and the Po Delta Park by bike.
Bike Book: the cycling routes around Ferrara and in the Po Delta Park.
7 cycling routes in the Piacenza area.
20 cycling routes in the province of Rimini, for all levels of preparation.