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Civitella di Romagna: built in a strategic position there is the fortress dating back to 1100, characterized by its neo-Gothic tower. The village is perched on the spur that overlooks the Bidente and keeps the medieval urban layout unchanged. Prominent structure is the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of Suasia.








Galeata: it was a Roman town hall in the Republican era (AC) with the name of Mevaniola and still has a splendid Archaeological Museum (Mambrini). Palazzo del Re was the hunting palace of Theodoric king of the Goths who according to legend met the abbot Ellero in Galeata and converted to Christianity. It also offers a series of interesting works: the Abbey of S. Ellero, the Renaissance church of S. Maria dei Miracoli and the Borgo di Pianetto






Cusercoli: dating back to Roman times, it is characterized by the imposing structure of the medieval castle, conceived as a defensive barrier of the upper Bidentine valley.






S.Sofia: it has been a frontier city for millennia starting from the Etruscans up to the unification of Italy. Formerly part of the Tuscan state, it maintains influences from that era in its structures.






Parco delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona and Campigna: these are other wonders to visit. Made up of 38,000 hectares of woods, they are a fundamental ecosystem for ecological protection. Fresh streams and suggestive waterfalls cross these extensive forests where spruce and columnar beech trees rise. The fauna is rich in ungulates (deer, fallow deer, roe deer), but also of wolves and golden eagles. Also there is the Ridracoli dam, a colossal work of the Italian engineering, which allows the water supply of the whole Romagna. It is a reinforced concrete barrier capable of containing 33 million metric cubes of pure water and capable of ensuring drinking water for neighboring municipalities and the entire Adriatic coast.

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Between fun and culture

Treasure chest of art, history and culture of first magnitude, its glorious past: between the fifth and eighth centuries it was three times the capital and the magnificence of that period left significant testimonies that have come down to us. Ravenna is the city of mosaics: the art of mosaics did not originate here, but here it found its highest expression in a mixture of symbolism and realism, of Roman and Byzantine influences and still today this ancient knowledge of hands lives on in schools and shops.

Bath of Romagna
Spa and tourist resort on the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines.
Small enough to instill the feeling of being at a friend's house, large enough to offer what you want. The green, the serenity, the purity of the elements - already effective medicines in themselves - add to the benefits of the thermal waters to which Bagno di Romagna owes its origin and name.

Castrocaro Terme and Terra del Sole
The Municipality of Castrocaro Terme and Terra del Sole preserves an extraordinary historical and architectural heritage attributable to the development and role of great prestige that affected the locality since the Middle Ages.
Visiting the historic center of Castrocaro, still closed in its three rounds of walls, means immersing yourself in an ancient fairy tale set in the intact medieval village, enriched by fine Renaissance buildings.
The fortress that dominates the medieval village of Castrocaro is a testimony of considerable architectural, historical and cultural value and is among the most important models of fortresses in Romagna.
Terra del Sole arose from scratch at the end of the 1500s, still fully preserved, was conceived according to mature Renaissance canons to represent the "symbolic space" of the representation of noble power. Still today you can admire the walls (2087 meters long and 12.36 meters high) with a rectangular plan reinforced at the corners by four bastions one of which, that of S. Martino, houses a lush public garden.

Capital of hospitality in Romagna, a medieval village, where art and history are in perfect harmony and still full of vitality.
Inspiring places, fascinating stories, wonderful glimpses make Bertinoro an ideal destination for a visit along the narrow cobbled streets, in the refreshment of tradition, hospitality and high food and wine quality.

Birthplace of Benito Mussolini made up of an inhabited area that responds in full to the dictates of fascist town planning and architecture.
Structured on a typically Latin road system, with all the secondary roads parallel to each other and perfectly perpendicular to the main avenue, the town was organized around two main centers that are still clearly visible today: the economic one (food market, livestock market) and the institutional of the square overlooked by the town hall, the parish church, the headquarters of the health services, the Carabinieri barracks and the beam house.
The structure and buildings of Predappio constitute the testimony of a real "open air museum".

Ancient medieval village in the Lamone Valley, it lies at the foot of three artistic and characteristic rocky pinnacles, on which a Manfredian and Venetian fortress of the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries rest, the Clock Tower of the nineteenth century, built on the previous fort of 1290 , the Sanctuary of Monticino of the XVIII century.
A maze of ancient cobbled lanes, on which an exceptional elevated and covered street predominates, in an ancient fortified nucleus defending the village, invite tourists to immerse themselves in a distant world ... now disappeared forever.
All around a sea of ​​greenery, rocky paths, chalky stairways, ancient places of worship, houses placed in characteristic streets ... a world of dreams and fairytales that brings to mind knights, ladies, duels, loves, poisons, battles ... memories that have disappeared for centuries.

One of the most important cities of ancient Rome whose official foundation date is 268 BC
His art treasures include unique masterpieces ranging from the Roman period to the Renaissance period. A place to know following the imposing and suggestive traces left by twenty centuries of history such as the Arch of Augustus, the Tiberius Bridge, Castel Sismondo, the Malatesta Temple, the Roman Piazza Tre Martiri or the medieval Piazza Cavour, to end with the Museum of the city which preserves its past, through over 1500 works, and the archaeological site of the 'Domus del Chirurgo' with the exceptional surgical-pharmaceutical equipment, which has survived intact since the Roman age.

San Marino
The historic center winds in the upper part of Monte Titano, 750 meters. above sea level. The mighty medieval stone walls enclose the large historic center which is also all in stone. The capital is a small mosaic of districts and streets overlooked by palaces and monuments. The three towers at the top of the mountain draw the best known image of San Marino and are connected to each other by a path that winds along the profile of the mountain until it runs entirely.

San Leo
Known as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, San Leo, already known as Montefeltro, is located at 583 meters above sea level on an enormous impassable rocky boulder and is accessed by a single road cut into the rock.
On the highest point of the spur stands the impregnable Fort, remodeled by Francesco di Giorgio Martini in the 15th century, by order of Federico lll da Montefeltro. The ancient city that was the capital (from the beginning to the end) of the county of Montefeltro and the scene of civil and military battles for about two millennia, assumed with Berengario II the title of Capital of Italy (962-964).


Casentino forest national park
The millennial green cloak
To the visitor who reaches these places the Casentinesi Forest National Park offers a unique emotion and an unforgettable experience: discover one of the oldest forests in Europe. Imposing forests, rich in mixed forests, in fact cover almost the entire territory of the Park, to the point that it could be crossed in all its extension without ever leaving the luxuriant and luxuriant green mantle that surrounds it. Millennial forests, witnesses of the continuous evolution of nature and steeped in history, where the relationship with man has roots that are distant in time and well documented since 1012, when San Romualdo gave birth to the Order of Camaldolese Monks, who for centuries will be custodians and managers of this heritage.

Po Delta Park
Due to its history as a cultural and economic crossroads between the West and the East, the Po Delta preserves a wonderful balance of naturalistic excellence and wonderful testimonies of art and culture recognized also by UNESCO. It is a Protected Area of ​​great complexity to be at the same time terrestrial park, river park and coastal park. But there is no doubt that the natural element that more than others connotes it is water and it is precisely the unstable relationship between water and earth, their ever precarious balance, which in the Po Delta has determined such a changing landscape in whose woods, pine forests and flooded forests alternate with inland wetlands of fresh or salt water. The biodiversity in the delta area is extraordinary in particular for the presence of over 280 bird species.

Mirabilandia ( ) - Savio
Indiana Park ( ) - Fratta Terme
Aquafan ( ) - Riccione
Fiabilandia ( ) - Rimini
Atlantica Park ( ) - Cesenatico


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