If there is one thing that you can learn from the Emilian territory, it is that everything needs its time. Choosing a destination in an area as rich in ideas as the one between Parma, Piacenza and Reggio Emilia is an activity that requires some attention and, possibly, materials that can be consulted at any time: freely downloadable and available in various languages, the publications collected and divided by thematic area in this section can offer answers and advice on each area of interest, with maps, cycling itineraries and insights into local food and wine.
This material is free to download and available in a variety of languages.
Reggio Emilia, city of art and culture between past and present.
The map useful to visit the city and the surrounding are
Map of the monuments not to be missed in the historic centre of Parma.
Tourist itineraries to discover the historic centre of Parma.
Itinerary among the places that hosted the filming of Twentieth Century, the great epic made by Bernardo Bertolucci.
Itinerary in the "Small World" by Giovannino Guareschi, creator of the characters of Don Camillo and Peppone, between reality and cinematography.
Complete map of paths and pilgrim routes in Emilia Romagna.
A long journey in 27 stages in the Northern Apennines.
Guide to Salsomaggiore Terme, city of Art Nouveau and well-being.
Everything you need to know to visit Salsomaggiore and Tabiano Terme: itineraries and events among history, nature and wellness.
A guide to learn about the products of the Reggio Emilia’s culinary tradition, from Parmigiano Reggiano to Traditional Balsamic Vinegar, from cured meats to handmade pasta.
A gastronomic tour in the Parma area, to discover the most typical local products: mini-guide to the 8 Food Museums of Parma.
Guide to discover the city of Reggio Emilia and its territory, between ancient and contemporary.
A complete guide to the city of Piacenza and what not to miss in the surrounding area.
A brief introductory guide to Parma: all you need to know to start to know the city.
In the Parma and Reggio Emilia lands to visit the places that inspired Giovannino Guareschi, creator of Don Camillo and Peppone characters.
Discovering the Countess Matilde and the Matildic territory, including castles, churches, natural parks and cities of art.