Beautiful and Diverse, 8 Tourist Destinations in Emilia-Romagna Italy

Beautiful and Diverse, 8 Tourist Destinations in Emilia-Romagna Italy

The name Emilia-Romagna is still rarely heard in our ears. This name is a region in northern Italy that is divided into 9 provinces such as Bologna, Ravenna, Ferrara, and others. Many tourists visit Emilia-Romagna for its many destinations to explore!

You can find luxury car museums, amusement parks, magnificent castles, and even twin towers here. Come on, take a look at 8 beautiful and diverse tourist destinations in Emilia-Romagna, Italy!

  1. The Castles of Parma and Piacenza

When you see this castle, what comes to your mind is an ancient war movie. The castle, which is located in Parma and Piacenza, consists of 30 interconnected forts that form a magnificent castle.

Founded in the Middle Ages, you can also explore the manor house located in it, you know!

  1. Po Delta Park

Po Delta Park has a protected area of ​​130,000 hectares consisting of wetlands, parks, pine forests, and rivers.

You can also find the diversity of freshwater animals in this place, you know! Bridges and traditional houses around Po Delta Park also beautify the scenery.

  1. Italy’s Food Valley

Vacationing to a place feels less afdal if you don’t taste the special food. If you want to explore the world of traditional Italian cuisine, this place is a must-visit.

Italy’s Food Valley is a complex of Italian specialties such as Parma Ham, Modena Traditional Balsamic Vinegar, and Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese.

In addition to tasting each food, you can also find out the production process of each food behind it, you know!

  1. Motor Valley

Besides the food valley, Emilia-Romagna also has a motor valley! This is the place where you can find luxury car manufacturers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Ducati, and others.

Watch various types of luxury cars and how to assemble them directly at Motor Valley. Guaranteed to amaze you!

  1. Piazza Maggiore

This is a square located in the heart of Bologna, the capital city of Emilia-Romagna. Various historical buildings such as the Basilica of San Petronio, Palazzo dei Notai, Palazzo del Podestà, Palazzo dei Banchi and Palazzo d’Accursio are located in this area.

The name Piazza Maggiore has been officially used since 1945 even though this square has been around for hundreds of years. You can also find restaurants and shops here.

  1. Mirabilandia

Want to spend time with your family on the rides? Mirabilandia is the place to be! This amusement park is divided into five areas, namely Route 66, Far West Valley, Ducati World, Dinoland, Adventureland, and Bimbopoli.

Feel the sensation of ‘falling’ from a 60-meter high tower at a speed of 65 km/hour at Oil Towers. You can also test your guts by exploring the haunted house in Legends of Dead Town. Also, visit Zombieville to feel the thrill of war against zombies!

  1. Two Towers

Two Towers is an icon of the city of Bologna. Founded in medieval times, these twin towers used to have military and defense functions.

The Two Towers consist of the Torre Degli Asinelli tower which is 97 meters high and the Torre Garisenda which has a height of 47 meters.

Torre Degli Asinelli is a tower open to the public. You can climb the 498 steps to the top of the tower for a beautiful view of Bologna.

  1. Mausoleo at Galla Placidia

The Mausoleo di Galla Placidia is one of the oldest buildings in Ravenna, a town in Emilia-Romagna.

When you enter, you will be amazed by the ornate mosaics that fill the building. The walls, the curve of the door, to the dome are decorated with mosaics of various colors and themes. It’s so beautiful!

Wow, Emilia-Romagna is rich in various tourist attractions, huh! Guaranteed you will not get bored exploring this place. Are you ready to vacation there when this pandemic is over?