Near Fiorenzuola (A1 exit).
Particularly rich in history and interesting for its geological formations dating back to Placentianum, a geological period that takes its name from the province of Piacenza.
Historically rich area, remarkable thanks to the interesting geological formations dating back to Placentianum, the geological period named after Piacenza itself.
The area belongs to the Gourmet Food and Wine Trail of ‘Colli Piacentini’.
Places to see: S. Zenone Church, Gandolfi Palace (Town Hall), Annunziata Oratory, Beata Vergine del Piano Oratory and Placentianum Natural Geological Reserve.
Lugagnano donuts are the local specialty to combine with the typical Malvasia.
Walks among the fossils of the Stirone and Piacenziano Regional Park.
Festival Teatro Antico Veleia (July)
Fiera Fredda Lugagnano (October)
Nearby areas of interest: Veleia Romana, one of the most important archaeological sites in Northern Italy.