Hills, mountains, plain, sea: Romagna is a small endless universe of natural landscapes, food and wine excellences, millennial traditions, artistic and cultural treasures that amaze every day explorers of this wonderful land.

From the borders with Tuscany and Emilia to the Adriatic Sea, emotions along the Wine and Dine Route Strada della Romagna never end. Tourism in Romagna is always a new opportunity to taste wines and typical products rich in history and flavor, to discover an enchanting nature, admire unique art and crafts works, enjoy a 360 degree wellness experience.

A visit to Ravenna or another of the many art cities, a weekend on the Romagna Riviera, a lunch in a farmhouse on the hills of Faenza, a relaxing stay in Riolo Terme. And yet a walk through the woods and ravines of Brisighella, a bike ride, an excursion on horseback through the parishes of Bassa Romagna, a canoe adventure along the salt flats of Cervia. A holiday in Romagna offers a thousand experiences to travelers and tourists of all ages and a warm and friendly hospitality.

To welcome the tourist there is always a table spread with local recipes and wines. From Piadina to cured Mora Romagnola, from Passatelli to the handmade pasta made with the roll pin up to the Squacquerone of Romagna, the extra virgin olive oil of Brisighella and the sweet salt of Cervia, restaurants and holliday farms offer traditional recipes of the past interpreted with love according to tradition or in new original ways.

A visit with guided tasting in one of the many wineries in the area is ideal for savoring a good glass of Sangiovese, Albana or Trebbiano. It could be a good opportunity to discover some lesser known but rich in personality wines such as Famoso, Centesimino and Bursôn.

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