• OUR TOURS IN EMILIA ROMAGNA

 

APPENNINO & BRISIGHELLA & FAENZA

Cusercoli & Borgo Basino

A day in a farm This day trip will take you to discover the ancient medieval village of Cusercoli, a charming town perched on the limestone rock of the Forlì Apennines. Get on an air-conditioned minivan, you will be accompanied for the whole day to discover the Romagna hinterland. History and legend intertwine in this village where Paolo Malatesta lived, the protagonist of the tragic love story with Francesca, narrated by Dante in the fifth canto of Inferno. You will visit an educational farm in Romagna 3.0, environmentally friendly and environmentally sustainable, unique in its kind, where you will gather wild herbs, both aromatic and medicinal, which you will use for the preparation of a "BioBenessere" recipe. You will participate in the preparation of some typical dishes of the Romagna tradition and you will taste an excellent homemade menu prepared according to tradition. You will have lunch with the typical products of the territory accompanied by good wine and after a relaxing break you will visit a famous local wine cellar to learn about the excellence of the local wine. You will walk the streets of the ancient village of Cusercoli accompanied by a local guide and you will discover the history of this ancient place ending with a suggestive aperitif.

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Brisighella

Traditional food and history: the perfect meeting. This day trip will take you to discover the ancient medieval village of Brisighella, inserted in the "The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy" circuit and you will also admire the evocative landscape offered by the "Vena del Gesso Regional Park". Starting from Ravenna, you will get on an air-conditioned minivan and you will be accompanied, for the whole day, to discover the Romagna hinterland. In the morning we will stop at the foot of Brisighella, in an farmhouse: here you will discover the culinary art of the Romagna sfoglines, actively participating in the preparation of some of the typical dishes of the Romagna tradition. (piadina, gross pastry, tagliatelle etc.) After lunch you will discover Brisighella, accompanied by an expert local guide with whom you will discover the origins of the village, its myths and its ancient legends. From the Fortress and Clock Tower you can admire the roofs of Brisighella with their typical medieval conformation and the limestone formations (calanchi) that surround the village. At sunset you will taste the typical products of the Romagna hinterland including cheeses, D.o.p. of Brisighella and the cured meats of Mora Romagnola (an ancient swine breed).  

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Brisighella - Visita Guidata

Visita guidata in uno dei borghi più belli d'Italia

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Faenza è ceramica - Visita Guidata

Visita guidata al museo internazionale delle ceramiche.

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La Faenza che non ti aspetti - Visita Guidata

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

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Faenza Neoclassica - Visita Guidata

Visita guidata a Palazzo Milzetti.

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COMACCHIO & FERRARA

Comacchio & Pomposa - Day trip

A meeting between tradition and history This day trip will take you to the small lagoon city of Comacchio, capital of the Po Delta Park and Pomposa Abbey, whose origins date back to the 7th and 9th centuries. You can immerse yourself in the history of this ancient structure that housed, the largest library of the times and Guido da Pomposa (mistakenly called Guido d’Arezzo), inventor of modern musical transcription. Get on an air-conditioned minivan, you will be accompanied for the whole day to discover the Romagna hinterland, you will see the sky melt with the water in the spectacular lagoon of the Comacchio valleys. You will admire the lagoon area classified as a site of community interest and protection area for rare species, especially the pink flamingo. You will taste typical dishes and you will immerse yourself in the history of this ancient village nicknamed "La piccola Venezia" for its history and morphology.

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Comacchio, between nature and tradition

This day trip will take you to know the small lagoon city of Comacchio, capital of the Po Delta Park, a small town that is born and lives between land and water. Get on an air-conditioned minivan, you will be accompanied for the whole day to discover the Romagna hinterland, you will see the sky melt with the water in the spectacular lagoon of the Comacchio valleys. You will be able to admire numerous breeds of birds including the pink flamingos that have been flocking to this place for some years. Get on the motorboat you will learn about the fauna and the landscape of the valleys and you will discover its tradition in eel breeding You will taste typical dishes and you will immerse yourself in the history of this ancient village nicknamed "La piccola Venezia" for its history and morphology.

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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.

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BOLOGNA & IMOLA

Discover Bologna

Do you have a few hours in Bologna and you’d like to discover the essence of the historical city centre? Or maybe you’d love to have an expert professional guide at your service to help you unlock the secrets of this medieval city? Then this is the perfect tour for you!    Discover Bologna in two story-packed hours so you can experience the porticos, monuments and towers of what UNESCO has defined the best preserved medieval centre in the world.   HIGHLIGHTS Walking tour of Bologna with an expert local guide See the main monuments, including the Due Torri, the Compianto by Niccolò dell’Arca and the Teatro Anatomico Learn about the city’s past and present WHEN: Every day   LANGUAGE AND TIMES: From 14 October 19 Only English tour: Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10:30am Tour in Italian and English: Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 03:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:30am MEETING POINT: Bologna Welcome Tourist information and incoming services point Piazza Maggiore 1/e - 40124 LENGTH: 2 hours LANGUAGES: Italian/English INCLUDED: Skilled Italian/English speaking tourist guide  Entrance to the Anatomical Theatre and Stabat Mater hall Entrance to the Compianto by Niccolò dell’Arca ITINERARY: Piazza Maggiore, San Petronio church, Piazza della Mercanzia, the ancient market area, Santa Maria della Vita church (Compianto by Niccolò dell’Arca), Archiginnasio, Due Torri (The itinerary is subject to change based on locations’ closures/opening) RATE: € 15.00 per person Free for Bologna Welcome Card holders Free for children under 12  CANCELLATION POLICY: If you cancel at least 1 day in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour.

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Racetrack Visits

Enzo e Dino Ferrari Racetrack opens its doors to the public. IF Imola Faenza Tourism Company, in collaboration with Formula Imola, will take tourists and motorsport fans on a tour to the discovery of the sites where the magic happens. Pit lane, pit garages, race control room and the podium…do not miss the panoramic views of the racetrack!   Exclusive racetrack tour on board of Motor Valley shuttle bus A guided tour of the track: two laps of the track, stopping at the most famous corners and at Senna Monument. Visit to the Race Control areas and podium. Reserved to a maximum of 8 participants. DURATION: of about 1.15 hour STARTING TIME: 1  o’clock Meet 15 minutes before the start WHEN: October ♦Thursday, October 3rd ♦Friday, October 4th ♦Monday, October 7th ♦Wednesday, October 9th ♦Monday, October 14th ♦Wednesday, October 16th ♦Thursday, October 17th ♦Monday, October 21st ♦Thursday, October 24th ♦Tuesday, October 29th ♦Thursday, October 31st November ♦Tuesday, November 5th ♦Thursday, November 7th  ♦Friday, November 8th ♦Tuesday, November 12th  ♦Thursday, November 14th  ♦Tuesday, November 19th  ♦Thursday, November 21st ♦Friday, November 22nd ♦Monday, November 25th  ♦Wednesday, November 27th  ♦Friday, November 29th  December ♦Monday, December 2nd  ♦Wednesday, December 4th  ♦Friday, December 6th ♦Monday, December 9th  ♦Wednesday, December 11th  ♦Friday, December 13th  ♦Monday, December 16th  ♦Wednesday, December 18th  ♦Friday, December 20th PRICE: € 30.00 per person € 20.00 kids under 16 SPECIAL OFFER: € 38.00 per person (Exclusive racetrack tour on board of Motor Valley shuttle bus and driving session with the GT model simulator). ONLINE PROMO: Guided Tour to Imola Racetrack and entrance to Ayrton Magico exhibition hosted in Racetrack Museum. An immersive journey to relive the deeds of the great Brasilian driver, a way through time and space in the life of Ayrton Senna, the rain wizard. Promo only available online. € 36,00 adults € 26,00 reduced for children 7 to 12years old. MEETING POINT: Info Point Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari  P.zza Ayrton Senna da Silva, 2 40026 Imola (BO) Google maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/LSvbz9nSZ7irthLT6 

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Bologna Taste

So – you’ve heard about the great culinary tradition of Bologna, have you? Are you ready to immerse yourself in the traditional taste delights of the city? If so, then this enjoyable tour is for you: alongside a professional tour guide, you'll explore the historical shops on the lookout for rich dried and cold meats to taste andregional wines, chocolate or gelato and that rich Italian expresso coffee. HIGHLIGHTS Wine and Food walking tour with a local guide Plunge into the ancient medieval market atmosphere Get a taste of several food and wine specialties RATE € 25.00 per person 10% off for Bologna Welcome Card holders WHEN: Friday and Saturday TIMES: First tour 10:15am Second tour 5pm MEETING POINT: Bologna Welcome Tourist information and incoming services point Piazza Maggiore 1/e - 40124 LENGTH: 2 hours LANGUAGES: Italian/English INCLUDED: Wine and food tour in the city centre with a skilled Italian/English speaking tourist guide Tasting of the following Eno-gastronomic specialities: chocolate made by ancient factory, rich dried and cold meats and regional wine CANCELLATION POLICY: If you cancel at least 1 hour in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour.

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CERVIA & RIMINI

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

MUSA Guided Tours in Language

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.

Cervia Historical City Centre - Guided Tour for Groups

Guided tour in the centre of Cervia, with its squares, gates and historical streets full of memory and charm. The tour winds its way through the streets of the centre, touching on the most interesting points illustrated by the guide who will accompany you along the entire route. You can listen to the history of the Old Town, originally located in the area of the Salt Pans, and its movement in the current area in 1697. The walk through the streets of the Quadrilateral (name given to the center because it was built according to a rectangular plan), will deepen your knowledge of some emblematic places and characteristic of life in Cervia: Salt Warehouse Sector: Includes the Tower Warehouse and the Darsena Warehouse, two large buildings built along the Canal Port of Cervia once used for salt conservation; Via Nazario Sauro: This road is the fulcrum of the Borgomarina, connecting the old town with the canal port; Salinari Houses: Houses located along the perimeter of the Quadrilateral built between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to accommodate the families of the salinari who worked for the Papal State; Piazza Pisacane: Also called Piazza delle Erbe, it is now a meeting point and entertainment with trendy clubs and restaurants; Porta Mare: It is located in the historic center of Cervia, the gateway to Piazza Pisacane and Piazza Garibaldi; Piazza Garibaldi: Heart of the New Cervia, Piazza Garibaldi presents, one in front of the other, political and spiritual power: the Town Hall and the Cathedral; Theatre of Cervia: Situated along the perimeter of the quadrilateral, it is an example of minor architecture of the nineteenth century, a century of great love for the opera house. The tour is reserved for groups of at least 20 people and can be booked in advance. The guided tour is available in Italian, English and German.  

Salina on Boat + Shuttle

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 (stop for payment) Departure from Milano Marittima:     16.15 - Piazzale Napoli 30, Milano Marittima - Tourist Information Office     16.20 - parking Piazzale Mantova, corner of viale Forlì     16.30 - Via Evangelisti 4, San Michele Tower, Cervia - Tourist Information Office (stop for payment) 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.  

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.

Adriatic Golf Club Cervia - Green Fee

The 27 holes of this charming club wind their way through uncontaminated pinewoods and salt lakes in a setting of rare natural beauty just a short distance from the sea. The first nine holes, along the pinewood, were built as classic Scottish links, whilst the second nine, surrounded by water obstacles, were inspired by the great American courses. The third nine holes, which opened in 2004, boast a completely innovative design that guarantees that the course is extremely enjoyable. The Italian Professional Championships have been held here on several occasions, as have all the most important Italian amateur competitions. A Mecca for international tourism, the golf club is surrounded by tourist facilities including top-class hotels. TECHNICAL DATA: Red course: 9 holes, par 36, 3,234 metres, CR 36.4, Slope 126, designed by Marco Croze, 0 metres above sea level. Blue course: 9 holes, par 36, 3,038 metres, CR 35.2, Slope 125, designed by Marco Croze, 0 metres above sea level. Yellow course: 9 holes, par 35, 3,093 metres, CR 35.2, Slope 124, designed by Alvise Rossi Fioravanti and Baldovino Dassù, 0 metres above sea level. FACILITIES: driving range, pitching green, chipping green, 2 putting green, golf carts and electric trolley, storage golf bags, club and trolley hire, golf school, pro shop, instructors available, bar, restaurant, car park, locker rooms for guests, 3 executive holes. SEASON: open all year round, closed from 9 January to 9 February and every Tuesday, unless a bank holiday, from 1 November to 28 February.   HOW TO GET THERE: Take the Bologna - Rimini motorway and exit at Cesena. Take the provincial road towards the sea for 12 km and in Cervia, follow signs for Milano Marittima town centre and the golf club. NEARBY: Ravenna (15 km), Rimini airport (30 km), Forlì airport (40 km), Bologna airport (80 km).  

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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Guided tour to Modena Ducal Palace

Roman architect Bartolomeo Avanzini designed the Palazzo Ducale, whose construction began in 1634. The Palazzo housed the Este Court for more than two centuries and is today the headquarters of the Italian Military Academy. A majestic stairway climbs upward from the Honor Court to a loggia that leads to three “apartments”: the “Apartment of the Princes,” the “Private Apartment” (site of the Military Academy’s museum), and the “State Apartment,” which contains frescoes and portraits of the Este family. The most spectacular rooms are the vast, elegant Hall of Honor, the “Sala dello Stringa” and the 18th-century Golden Salon, where it is believed Duke Francis IV signed the death sentence of Ciro Menotti, the leader of an unsuccessful 1831 rebellion against Austrian dominance.

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