• OUR TOURS IN EMILIA ROMAGNA

 

APPENNINO & BRISIGHELLA & FAENZA

Faenza è ceramica - Visita Guidata

Visita guidata al museo internazionale delle ceramiche.

La Faenza che non ti aspetti - Visita Guidata

Passeggiata in centro storico e scoperta del museo all'aperto.

Faenza Neoclassica - Visita Guidata

Visita guidata a Palazzo Milzetti.

 

COMACCHIO & FERRARA

Raccontare Ferrara - Visita Guidata

Tour della città alla scoperta dei suoi monumenti più importanti e ricchi di storia e fascino: rivolto a chi desidera ricevere una visione d'insieme e al contempo dettagliata dell'affascinante storia di Ferrara. La visita guidata si svolge in esterno partendo dal Cortile del Castello Estense vicino al pozzo grande o, in caso di pioggia, sotto il loggiato. Partendo proprio dal Castello Estense, simbolo della città, proseguiremo la visita verso gli spazi verdi della Ferrara Rinascimentale, lungo le ampie strade progettate, alla fine del 1400, dall’architetto della Corte Estense Biagio Rossetti e costellate di chiese e palazzi ricchi di arte e di storia a testimonianza degli antichi fasti di una città ora definita “a misura d’uomo” . Passeggiata lungo Corso Ercole I d’Este che ha mantenuto nei secoli la sua caratteristica di arteria residenziale, su cui si affacciano magnifiche dimore, alcune delle quali appartenute agli Este, come il Palazzo dei Diamanti caratterizzato dal rivestimento di 8500 bugne di marmo o Palazzo Prosperi Sacrati. Si continua verso il Parco Massari, grande polmone verde cittadino, utilizzato nel 1970 da Vittorio De Sica come set del film Il giardino dei Finzi Contini. Visita al complesso di San Cristoforo alla Certosa, voluto da Borso d’Este, il primo duca della città, per poi raggiungere Piazza Ariostea, vasto “salotto” cittadino appena restaurato. Insomma una calma e distensiva passeggiata in un centro storico molto ben conservato riconosciuto Patrimonio dell'Umanità UNESCO, dove il racconto si farà strada tra gli Estensi e le storie di Corte e le suggestioni tratte dalla vita e dalle opere, in secoli diversi, di Ludovico Ariosto e di Giorgio Bassani.  

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BOLOGNA & IMOLA

 

CERVIA & RIMINI

Cervia Salt Pan by Boat + Shuttle from Pinarella-Cervia

Guided excursion by electric boat to discover the treasures and curiosities of the Salina di Cervia. The tour includes the transfer to the Salina di Cervia Visitor Centre from where boat tours start, from the following meeting points: 16.15 - Via Titano 51, bank side, Pinarella 16.20 - Via De Amicis, at Restaurant Pagoda, Cervia 16.25 - Lungomare G. Deledda, at the bus stop in front of hotel Conchiglia, Cervia 16.30 - Via Evangelisti 4, San Michele Tower, Cervia - Tourist Information Office Once you reach the Salina Visitor Centre, you will be the protagonist of a fascinating two-hour excursion by electric boat, accompanied by a guide who will illustrate you the natural beauty of the South Station of the Po Delta Park. Safe Tours The use of the protective mask is mandatory for all visitors aged 6 years and over It is obligatory to always keep a distance of at least one metre from other people who do not belong to your household. Booking and online purchase of guided tours is strongly recommended. We recommend that you arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes in advance. One person can enter the Tourist Information Office one at a time at a time, after having put on the mask and sanitized his hands by means of a special gel dispenser at the entrance. In case of illness, we ask to stay home. If you have booked for a date or time when you can no longer participate, you can contact the Tourist Information Office of Cervia to change your booking on +39 0544 974400 or by e-mail iatcervia@cerviaturismo.it every day from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm.

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Excursion to San Marino

Welcome to the ancient land of freedom! A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008, San Marino is a small city in the heart of Italy: with its 61 square kilometers, it is in fact the fourth smallest state in Europe. With its Three Towers dominates the sea and the valley,  with scenic views and suggestive paths. Immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere, visiting the towers and the narrow streets. Price: 15€ till 5 people When: always Language: Italian Duration: 1 hour

Passport for Local Castles

Do you know that Romagna land is plenty of ancient castles? Find out some of the best: San Leo, Verucchio and Santarcangelo The Castle of Santarcanelo: Not far from Rimini, the Castle of Santarcangelo di Romagna stands on a small tufaceous hill 90 meters above sea level – Mons Iovis – guarding the plain below, lined by rivers and streams that flow into the sea. It can be seen from the Via Consolare Emilia. Its walls enclose the unique outline of the town of Santarcangelo, a well-preserved and active medieval village. In 1447 the Castle was rebuilt by Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta to face the new military attack systems, including bombards and culverins. In the following years many people have lived in the Castle, some of them well known, and today it is the residence of the family, which preserves its history, traditions and beauty. Every visitor, every tourist who enters the Castle embarks on a journey into the past helping to keep fortresses, forts and manors alive. The Castle of Verucchio: The current building is the result of many restorations over the three centuries of Malatesta domination. The square tower, cistern and entrance arch were built by Mastin Vecchio Malatesa in the 13thcentury, while the "great hall" and other rooms were added by Carlo Malatesta. Later in 1449, Sigismondo Pandolfo carried out radical re-qualification work. Subsequently owners put the environments to a variety of uses until restoration was started in 1939. The Castle of San Leo: It was a constant subject of contention in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, until conquered by Federico da Montefeltro in 1441. The fortress is a mighty defensive work designed by Francesco di Giorgio Martini and seems to be an extension of the rocky crag on which it stands, a work of both Man and Nature combined, with a majestic beauty all its own. Under the rule of the Papal State the fortress of San Leo became a harsh forbidding prison: Count Cagliostro ended his days in its cells. And even after the unification of Italy in the nineteenth century, the fortress continued to be used as a prison, up until the year 1906. Now a museum, the fortress has collections of armour and weaponry, and visitors can also see the cells of famous prisoners and the impressive fortifications. Price: € 16,00 When: Everyday Language: all languages    

MUSA - Guided Tour in Italian

Located inside the "Torre" salt warehouse, MUSA keeps a slice of the history of Cervia, keeping alive the memory of the work in the saltworks thanks to the collection of documents, tools and photos that show the environment and the process of salt production. The museum develops through paths that explore the evolution of the landscapes and the community, from man's work to social life. Inside there are some interesting finds such as the burchiella, a flat-bottomed iron boat used until the end of the 1950s to transport salt. Of great interest are the ancient wooden tools used for the production and collection of salt, the images of the salt workers, the objects and everything that revolves around the story of production of salt. The Museum, created to protect and preserve objects, images and documents that bear witness to the civilization of salt, is now a place of meeting, cultural growth and research, promotes the study and knowledge of the material and immaterial heritage of the city to preserve memory and stimulate interest in the past and in the history of the city. Meeting point (10 min before the start time): MUSA - Salt Museum Nazario Sauro Avenue, 24 48015 Cervia RA Safe Tours The use of the protective mask is mandatory for all visitors aged 6 years and over It is obligatory to always keep a distance of at least one metre from other people who do not belong to your household. Booking and online purchase of guided tours is strongly recommended. We recommend that you arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes in advance. One person can enter the Tourist Information Office one at a time at a time, after having put on the mask and sanitized his hands by means of a special gel dispenser at the entrance. In case of illness, we ask to stay home. If you have booked for a date or time when you can no longer participate, you can contact the Tourist Information Office of Cervia to change your booking on +39 0544 974400 or by e-mail iatcervia@cerviaturismo.it every day from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm.

San Giuliano Stroll

Guided tour Through the narrow streets with a timeless atmosphere, fellini murals and tales of fishermen. Price: Adults 12€ | Instead from 6 years to 14 years 9€ When: Every Monday at 9pm  Metting Place: at the Tiberius Bridge parking lot at 9pm. Language: Italian Duration: 2 hours     

 

MODENA

Modena city tour

Discover the old city center of Modena with a local guide. You'll visit the Unesco site: Cathedral, Ghirlandina Tower (Exterior) and Piazza Grande, the historic rooms inside the townhall, Piazza Roma and the exterior of the Ducal Palace

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