It is enough to set foot in Emilia to realize that things happen here all the time.
Whether you are leaving or planning to do so, but even if you are already traveling, this page collects the latest news, to offer you fresh and useful ideas.
Discover Parma and Reggio Emilia from the images of the Emilian photographer, Luigi Ghirri, to whom major exhibitions are dedicated until February 26, 2023, following his vision among palaces and works of art with Visit Emilia.
It is a lesser-known archaeological Emilia, but one that is rich in fascination and extraordinary museums and finds that allow visitors to reconstruct the history of the territory encompassing the provinces of Parma, Piacenza and Reggio Emilia
Emilia Apennines look like this: romantic landscapes, bold peaks, rolling hills covered with forests and vineyards, villages, castles and parish churches rich in history and culture, outdoor sports...
The great art blooms in Emilia with an autumn of important exhibitions and festivals. Let yourself be guided by the proposals of the Land of Slow Mix. (...)
A concentration of experiences for all seasons, it is in autumn that Emilia fully reveals itself in its essence as the land of Slow Mix.