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Bologna is a distinctive city that is an architectural gem and Italy's culinary capital.
A classic historic center melds with a modern city in the heart of Emilia Romagna's Modena.
Ferrara is a surprise - a beautiful art city filled with incredible architecture and interesting streets, yet under-visited by tourists.
Parma is a sensational city that is a feast for the senses, from the golden hues to the aromas of the cheese, to the decadent tastes of the delicacies produced here.
The vibrant town of Forlimpopoli is situated between Forli' and Cesena, and more than just a lovely city, it is also a culinary capital thanks to a local celebrity.
Ravenna is Emilia Romagna's grand art city, a place of history and culture that embraces its glorious past while offering modern diversions, as well.
In the verdant green mountains of Emilia Romagna, the town of Bagno di Romagna rests right where the region brushes up against Tuscany.
Located just 38 kilometers from Bologna, Vergato is a mountain town in the Appenines.
Just a few miles outside Bologna, Castenaso is a quiet town set in the countryside.
An elegant small city of about 55,000 people, Faenza has a showy piazza with arched and draped porticoes, a Romanesque cathedral and a nice vibe.
Forlì is a city that takes you by surprise for its upscale feel and ancient monuments.
Classy and upbeat, Imola is a surprising small city that will charm you and make you glad you visited.
Nestled next to Tuscany just across the border in Emilia Romagna, San Piero in Bagno is half-way between Arezzo and Cesena.
San Pietro in Casale sits on the fertile agricultural plains that stretch between Bologna and Ferrara, in Emilia Romagna.
Straddling the Tuscany border but sitting in Emilia-Romagna, the quaint town of Tredozio offers old world allure with outdoors fun.
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