Emilia Romagna is a wide and diverse region of northern Italy. It includes the sandy beaches of Rimini e Riccione, the Renaissance jewels of Modena and Ferrara, the historic and fascinating Bologna, and the mountain landscapes of the Appennine between Parma e Piacenza.
The region is famous for a rich cultural and artistic heritage but also receives equal acknowledgments for its modern contributions, such as production of automobiles from companies like Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, and Ducati. These companies don’t just make cars, they sell dream cars.
Also, don’t forget that Emilia is home to the Italian ceramic district, whose unmistakable style, taste, and quality make Italian ceramics to be admired all over the world. Products “made in Italy” count as 40% of international trade.
This region benefits from a Mediterranean climate.
The traditional products recognized from Emilia-Romagna are Prosciutto di Parma, Parmesan cheese, tortellini, Mortadella (bologna) meat, Bolognese sauce, agnolotti and many more.
The most famous wines are Lambrusco, Sangiovese and Trebbiano.