The natural warm hospitality of its people, the incomparable food and wine products, the variety of the landscape and its proximity to so many artistic towns make Reggio Emilia well worth discovering.
Its territory, between Modena and Parma, stretches from the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines to the banks of the river Po, with a rich and diversified panorama.
Following interesting cultural and natural itineraries, from the natural park of the Apennines to Mathilda’s Castles in the hills, you can reach Reggio Emilia.
The town, famous for giving birth to the tricoloured Italian flag and for its pre-schools, offers tourists the pleasure of discovering unknown and unexpected facets of the Emilian culture.
Travelling northwards through the heart of the Po Valley, along routes which lead to small towns steeped in history that developed around fortresses and small renaissance Courts, one reaches the River Po which is still navigable as it was in the times of the Este and Gonzaga dynasties, with the possibility of cruises on modern and elegant motorboats.