Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Rimini
Historical brands in the Italian manufacturing industry, recognised all over the world, open their doors to visitors who come to Emilia Romagna.
In the Ferrari Museum at Maranello, you can live the dream of the rampant horse, engaging in simulations and photographic sets on board a truly outstanding custom-built car.
Today, just a few minutes from the centre of Parma, the Barilla Academy can be visited, located on the site of the historical pasta factory of Barilla, founded back in 1910. Here is a place where you can discover Italian culinary traditions with cooking classes, food tours and the gastronomy library.
Emilia Romangna is the birthplace of two great names of lyric opera in the world.
The composer Giuseppe Verdi was born at Le Roncole, a hamlet in the province of Parma.
In Modena, you can visit the House-Museum of Luciano Pavarotti, the tenor whose voice was so intense and striking.