The ancient "Malatesta City" was colonized by the Lordship of the Malatesta who, in addition to the artistic and cultural revival, are the architects of the construction of the imposing Rocca Malatestiana and the Malatestiana Library, today a UNESCO heritage site.
Cesena is full of characteristic lanes, green parks, cycle paths but also well-known theaters.
Fascist in origin you will find the buildings of Viale della Libertà and Piazzale della Vittoria. In the historic center of Forlì are recognizable the two main roads that subdivide the four courses: Corso Mazzini, Corso Garibaldi, Corso Diaz and Corso della Repubblica. The courses converge in Piazza Saffi consisting of some of the most representative monuments of the various city eras.
A small characteristic village located on the first hills of Romagna winning the Orange Flag award for the quality of life and hospitality.
The Malatesta Castle houses one of the most interesting contemporary art museums in Emilia Romagna but in Longiano you will also find a Museum of Sacred Art with collections of liturgical furnishings, the Italian Museum of Cast Iron, the Museum of the Disco d'Epoca with ancient collections of vinyl records.
Its historic center is full of restaurants and taverns, streets and tunnels that lead to large squares animated by events.
Colle Giove is the heart of the town on which stands the imposing Rocca Malatestiana, the Ganganelli Arch is a source of attraction but also the Collegiate Church, the Bell Tower and the Ethnographic Museum.
Built on a huge rocky mass of the Valmarecchia, San Leo rises 600 meters above sea level and owes its name to its evangelizer San Leone who lived in those places in the fourth century.
San Leo reigns in an atmosphere of serenity and peace, beauty and charm thanks to the countless beautiful landscapes.
A perfect historical and artistic setting, among the most beautiful in Italy.
Along the first part of the Valconca, a few kilometers from the sea rises Saludecio, a small village made up of towers, bell towers and walls.
An ancient door placed at the entrance of the city to "welcome" opens on a country that in its characteristic has been able to respect the past.
But Saludecio is not only a landscape, full of events and cultural entertainment, it has managed to maintain a leading role in the Rimini cultural landscape.
The "city of mosaics" is a treasure trove of history and culture. It was 3 times the capital of Italy and the magnificence of that period left the city with an enormous artistic and cultural heritage.
Symbolism and realism, Roman and Byzantine influences united to the recognition of the monuments present as World Heritage and Unesco.
The Regional Park of the Po Delta of Emilia-Romagna is part of the protected areas of Emilia-Romagna.
Divided into 6 stations, the closest to us is the Cervia area hosting the Saline and Borgo Salinare.
Be amazed by the guided tours in this particular landscape that combines education, culture, entertainment and history in a perfect ecosystem of protected flora and fauna.
The starting point for discovering Romagna.
Surrounded by greenery, chalky paths and stairways, quaint streets, places of worship... everything in Brisighella is committed to giving emotions and ancestral memories.
A hospitable land rich in tradition that, in addition to the wealth of flavors and well-being, has been certified to "the most beautiful villages in Italy".
An extraordinary example of independence and intense international activity, San Marino is an autonomous republic and boasts an undisputed record on the themes of peace, freedom and human rights.
The historic center of San Marino is an entire monumental complex, a heritage for humanity, an incredible panorama of Rocche.
Fortified Village and the Town Walls protect the Fortress.
Gradara is located on a territory full of vineyards and olive trees and offers good cuisine based on meat from the Marche region accompanied by excellent wines.
Gradara is known above all for its perched castle, the famous Rocca di Gradara, theater of one of the best known tragedies in history, the legend of Paolo and Francesca.
Completely immersed in the hills and enclosed by sixteenth-century walls, Urbino has maintained the urban style of the fifteenth century with its brick buildings.
It was one of the most prestigious urban centers of the Renaissance, the most beautiful monument is the Palazzo Ducale, home of the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche.