- 1Italy78 reviews
This charming city renowned for its towers and porticoes and boasting Europe's second largest historical centre seems to mysteriously elude many visitors to Italy. But that's no bad thing for preserving its strong sense of identity: from its history and culture to the food - oh, the food... quite marvellous. There's also a thriving student population - the city is, ...
- 2Italy11 reviews
Had my all-time favorite meal in Ravenna. It was so good I've never forgotten it! It included homemade pasta, bread, wine, and cheese...
- 3Italy10 reviews
Difficult to list all the museums, palaces, parks and shopping and eateries found in the capital of the once-upon-a-time Duchy of Parma. The city boast one of the best standards of living of any city in Italy and you can see it too!
- 4Italy11 reviews
Great city, very romantic. Take a walk in the historical centre.
- 5Italy2 reviews
Faenza was and remains a city of ceramics. They've turned it into a source of pride, as their artistic skill in the craft can be seen in even the street signs on buildings, ceramic pieces of beautiful design. Stop in a local shop or the large museum for a taste of just how beautiful it can be.
- 6Italy5 reviews
Good for a short day trip. It's famous for balsamic, so make sure you book a tour!
- 7Italy1 review
VROOOOOOMMM!!! WHOOOOOSSSHHHH!! A source of pride and, probably, annoyance, One feature of Imola is immediately recognizable: the Enzo & Dino Ferrari Racetrack. Apparently the noise made from revving engines can be heard from the town itself. It's a pretty and green place, much like the rest of Romagna. The real highlight here is the track itself, a great place to ...
- 8Italy3 reviews
Comacchio, tra ponti e odore di pesce. Carina cittadina tra le lagune, molto pittoresca da fotografare ma niente più.