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Italy, Emilia-Romagna from above

World-class resorts, some of the best food in the world, a rich cultural history: all of these things can be found on vacation in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Make the ultimate family vacation or honeymoon with a visit to this region of Italy. It is one of the wealthiest and most developed areas in Europe whose capital city is bursting with fun and interesting attractions for the eager tourist. The vibrant countryside invites explorers to view the breathtaking sights of such regions as the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea.

Emilia-Romagna caters to all kinds of sightseers all year round. From beachgoers to mountain hikers and outdoors enthusiasts, this fertile region of Italy is able to suit the needs of almost any traveler. Beachside fun can be mere steps away when you stay on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Cultural sites and Italian history is laid bare in the capital city of Bologna- a beautiful place covered in artwork created by the ancient masters of sculpture and architecture. These are just but a few of countless possibilities for your stay in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

A vacation to Emilia-Romagna is perfect for people looking for nonstop fun and adventure. Honeymooners and family vacationers will not be disappointed during their time in one of the many fascinating locales that Northern Italy has to offer. Get cultured and full on authentic Italian cuisine or take a trip back in time with a visit to one of the ancient castles that still stand in the Italian countryside.

One of the must-do attractions on any trip to Emilia-Romagna is a visit to the western shores of the Adriatic Sea. Try staying at a coastal city such as Rimini or Ravenna and make a splash in the sea with a diving excursion to see some sunken shipwrecks. You can also participate in any number of sports both in and out of the water. Smash the ball home in tennis, or putt it to victory in golf; whatever athletic hobby you might have, it can be done in the beautiful, rolling landscape of Emilia-Romagna.

For a real Renaissance experience, a tour of some of the old cathedrals in the capital city and some fine dining in a castle in the countryside are indispensable experiences. The city of Ferrara on the River Po is considered a world heritage site and is the perfect place to make your base of operations. Nearby sits the Castello Estense- an ancient military fortress converted into a nobleman’s court in the 16th century. The Renaissance can be relived in Ferrara and will prove to be a fun and enlightening experience for any traveler.

Bring anyone and everyone on an unforgettable vacation to the Northern regions of Italy for a time of fun and learning in Emilia-Romagna. With a rich cultural history and the sights and sounds to back it up, Emilia-Romagna promises good times wherever you may go.

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