Words, photos and videos to give you just a taste of the many experiences that live in Emilia Romagna, an authentic, tasty and passionate land where to live a holiday in perfect Italian style.
There aren’t many wild places left in Italy. Sure, the country is not the first that comes to mind when thinking of wild nature – art, culture, cuisine maybe, but wilderness?
Ravenna also had a rich as colorful history, also as mesmerizing as its glittering mosaics. In the fifth century, it was the capital of the Western Roman Empire.
How ever many times that I go to Italy there are always wonderful places to be visited for the first time. One such place is Parma, where we spent the first couple of days of our family summer holiday this year.
The first park which we visited, and also the smallest, was Atlantica in Cesenatico. It took us about 10 minutes to drive there from our hotel.
Aquafan is one of Europe’s biggest water parks. It is spread across 22 landscaped acres and has 21 slides, a lazy river, a rapid river, a baby pool, a children’s pool, a wave pool and more.
While I was exploring this Italian region known for its traditional gastronomy, I got to meet local producers, many of whom doing this on a generational-level for over 150 years.
How is it possible to encapsulate three days of feasting in Emilia-Romagna in merely a single post? This is part one of three posts on a weekend of fine food & wine.
Mirabilandia Beach is at Mirabilandia, the biggest theme park in Italy, near to Ravenna. It took us about 30 minutes to drive to Mirabilandia from our hotel in Cesenatico.
The procedure to make the balsamic vinegar is slow, and the more aged it is the more thicker and tastier it gets. You could really tell the difference between the youngest and the oldest vinegars.
11 cities of art and countless historic villages make up a territory with a thousand souls