Romagna, much more than an holiday…

Romagna, is famous for art cities, cultural sites, food and wine products and last but not least our “Riviera”: the Adriatic coast that has become one of the most attractive tourist centers in Europe, thanks to our sandy beaches, shallow seabeds and also for the attractions: some of the most famous amusement park in all of Europe, discos and events that take place throughout the summer.

Romagna is not just fun, tourism and culture, perhaps what makes us famous worldwide are food and wines.

From our typical food: Piadina, Cappelletti, Passatelli, our cold cuts and our cheeses, to our wines like Sangiovese, Cagnina, Albana, Trebbiano and much more, our food and wine products are the base of our culture.


is the main tourist destination in the seaside area of the province of Forlì – Cesena. The historic center is crossed by the canal designed by Leonardo Da Vinci, that houses the Open Air Museum of the Marineria, where we find picturesque boats of the tradition. It is also the hub of city life, bordered by local and well-known restaurants.


is one of the two main cities of the homonymous province. The historic center owes its appearance to the time when the city was under the control of the Malatesta (1378 – 1465), lords of the area, which had built the library (Unesco heritage since 2005, the only example of a library of this kind perfectly preserved also in the literary heritage, with texts starting from the ninth century), the Benedictine abbey and the Malatesta fortress.


was founded by the Romans, and renewed in the Renaissance. It is not only a city of art, it is home to an important university campus with prestigious faculties.
Definitely worth a visit is the San Domenico Museum Complex, in the heart of the historic center. Seat of the oldest section of the Art Gallery, where prestigious art exhibitions are held.


is the main city in the province to which it gives its name. Important historical center, inhabited since ancient times, it houses a Roman bridge from the era of Emperor Tiberius, one of the very few remained intact for over 2000 years, an arch built by Emperor Agusto on the outskirts of the city and the ruins of a colosseum. It also houses a wonderful recently renovated theater and a Malatestian castle.
It is also one of the main tourist destinations in the area, famous throughout Europe, thanks to its beaches, nightclubs, discos and amusement parks, during the summer are organized festivals, evenings and events that attract and entertain tourists and locals of all age.


is a city of art, history and culture, has ancient origins and from the beginning of the fifth century AD it was nominated capital three times: in the last phases of the Roman Empire, during the reign of the Goths under Theoderic and finally, under the Byzantine rule.
Eritage of this period are the mosaics kept in the buildings of the time, all included along with the mosaics in the heritage of UNESCO, the most important are: the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Baptistery of the Orthodox, the Arian Baptistery, the
Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo, the Chapel of Sant’Andrea, the Mausoleum of Theodoric, the Basilica of San Vitale and the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe.

There are countless things we can take with us as a souvenir from a trip to Romagna, but why take them as a souvenir when it is possible to live there?