The Emilia Romgna Region lies between the River Po to its north and the Apennine mountains to its south. This central-northern Italian region is considered one of the most fertile and productive in all of Italy, thanks in part to the Adriatic Sea, whose mild climate affects the coastal zone.
Due to the contrast between sea and mountains, Emilia Romagna offers its visitors breathtaking landscapes and beauties for the eyes and soul, a mixture of colors, scents, serenity, music, film and art, all in one region.
Art and culture have found their ideal breeding ground here. This is evidenced by Verdi‘s works, Pascoli‘s poems and the films of the incomparable Federico Fellini, whose world-famous masterpieces were created in this region.