Spring in Emilia-Romagna

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The season of the awakening of nature characterized by colorful and fragrant landscapes has arrived, and all that remains is to decide how to experience it!

With the days getting longer, the time has come to allow yourself more time away from home, preferably in the open air.

If you are not among those who only take a break in August, you will only have to choose where and how to take a spring break, to discover what Emilia-Romagna has in store for you.

11 Cities of art
full of treasures to be discovered with guided tours or by visiting the numerous exhibitions scheduled

To be combined with a visit to the numerous pretty villages following in the footsteps of Dante, Leonardo, Guareschi , Ariosto, Fellini or Pavarotti.

Many festivals and shows await you. Without forgetting that on the first Sunday of the month, many museums are free.

17 Natural Parks

in which to immerse yourself for a break with slow rhythms

Take advantage of the opportunity to fully experience them by pedaling along the many cycle paths or by participating in some sporting events.

And if you love taking instagrammable and fragrant photos, how about immortalizing the multicolor blooms made #inEmiliaRomagna?

20 Spiritual paths and ancient pilgrimage routes
to be covered on foot or by bicycle

For enthusiasts, we also recommend the I Love Cammini calendars and the opportunity to visit the many castles, fortresses and manors scattered along the routes.

24 Thermal spa establishments
20 locations located along the Via Emilia offer regenerating products, already appreciated in Roman times

11 Amusement Parks

Adrenaline and fun in the outdoors for children of all ages

Whatever your choice, always remember to taste the many quality products of the Food Valley, also discovering them through visits to Food and Taste Museums and Places of Taste.

Below is a selection of organized events designed for this season!

We are waiting for you #inEmiliaRomagna!



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