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.
The complete map of the Po Delta Park area in Emilia-Romagna.
Discovering Parma and surroundings among culture, taste, outdoor activities and wellness.
Tourist itineraries to discover the historic centre of Parma.
Map of the monuments not to be missed in the historic centre of Parma.
Tourist map of the city and the province of Piacenza.
Tourist map of the historic centre of Piacenza, with monuments not to be missed.
Reggio Emilia, city of art and culture between past and present.
Tourist guide of Salsomaggiore and Tabiano Terme: the Art Nouveau Style not to be missed.
Discovering Bagnacavallo, medieval town rich in history and culture.
Discovering the charming old town of Bagnara di Romagna.
Discovering Brisighella, ancient medieval village of art and nature.
3 green oases in the province of Ravenna, right by the sea.
Discovering Casola Valsenio, the village of forgotten herbs and fruits.
Discovering Cervia: the magic of salt, the green of the pinewood, the blue of the sea.
Discovering Faenza, between art, ceramics and nature.
Discovering Lido Adriano and Lido di Dante: sun, sea and relaxation by the green of the pinewood.
Discovering Lido di Savio and Lido di Classe: pinewood and golden beaches.
Discovering Lugo, lively old town of eighteenth-century style.
Discovering Marina di Ravenna and Punta Marina: sea, fun and wellbeing.
Discovering Ravenna, a mosaic of art and culture.
Discovering Riolo Terme, antique SPA town in the green of the Apennines.
Discover Russi, ancient farming town that preserves the traditions of the past.