Emilia-Romagna offers stunning landscapes and lies between the River Po and the Appenine Mountains.
The region is popular with holidaymakers who enjoy the great outdoors, away from the busier tourist resorts.
The capital of Emilia-Romagna is Bologna, which is well worth a visit. Arched porticos line the streets and squares of its medieval core. Ravenna, near the Adriatic coast is famous for its brightly coloured Byzantine mosaics.
Known for its elegant cities and delicious cuisine, Emilia Romagna attracts visitors from all over the world.
If you are looking to combine sun, sea and scenery, the Romagna Riviera boasts the longest beach in Europe and a wealth of outdoor activities for all ages.
Emilia Romagna sits on the border with the third-smallest country in Europe, the Republic of San Marino.
The whole region is ideal for outdoor activities, including hiking, walking and horse riding.