“A Panza pina u s’ rasona mej.”
“With a full belly we think better.”
Emilia Romagna is a fascinating region in northern Italy that, like a belt, holds northern Italy together with central and southern Italy. Ravenna, a city of art famous for its Byzantine mosaics; Bologna, a city of culture and good food; and Rimini and Riccione, the queens of the “Italian vacation,” are just a few of the historical and artistic beauties of Emilia Romagna.
The gastronomic tradition of this region is world-famous: ragù alla Bolognese, tortellini, lasagna, gnocco fritto, tigelle and piadina are the fruit of the culinary genius of Emilia and Romagna. Three Italian symbols in the world also come from here: Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. The excellent soils and climate also make it possible to grow fruits and vegetables of exceptional quality.
Immerse yourself in Emilia Romagna, a region where “eating well” has always been a priority!