Emilia Romagna

This region is quite popular in the summer with Europeans because of its many sandy beaches. In addition to summertime pleasure, there is more to this region, including the Po River area, and many charming inland towns such as, Parma, Modena, Ferrara & Reggio Emilia, not to mention the university town of Bologna. In addition to the towns and landscapes, there isn’t a part of Italy better known for its remarkable food. On the southern border of Emilia Romagna, lies the tiny republic of San Marino. It is quite famous and therefore, touristy, but still an amazing site with friendly people.

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