If you are looking for a unique destination, look no further and choose Emilia Romagna northern Italy, famous for its history and hundreds of tourist attractions, among others.
Tours Emilia Romagna is quite simple and can be done by following the highway from east to west while going south along the road. Your starting point is the beautiful city of Piacenza, situated on the River Po. Piacenza is famous as the first Roman military colony.
The city offers great attractions including Piazza del Cavalli in the centre with statues of beautiful baroque and 13th century Palazzo del Comune. Walking down the street, you will reach the cathedral's bell tower which shares the views of the cage in which offenders incarcerated naked and taunted by the locals.
Cathedral also includes a large collection of art and sculpture and is ideal for those with an artistic side. I suggest you visit the Museo Civico with antique Etruscan artifacts and Botticelli's famous painting or visit the Galleria d'Arte Moderna Ricci Oddi for guests 19 and of Italian art of the 20th century.
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Continuing your journey, you will reach Parma are especially famous for Parmesan cheese and ham. Visit the Piazza Garibaldi in the centre and have a walk in the aisles of the church of Santa Maria Della Steccata and the Cathedral. You will be amazed by the church and frescoes. If you are into opera, enjoy the Teatro Regio.
Leaving Parma, you will reach Modena, famous opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, Ferrari and Lamborghini supercar and ultimately its balsamic vinegar.
Visit the old town of Modena and walk along the streets watching the cathedral with medieval sculptures, marble bell tower and a crypt containing the tomb of Saint Geminiano. The Palazzo dei Musei is an excellent place for you to see various historical books including the Bible next to a map that shows Columbus approaching Americans. Balsamic tasting product is known in the city and visits Salumeria Gusti, the world's oldest food store.
Finally visiting Bologna known for having the oldest university in Europe. This city will wow you. Visit the unfinished Cathedral Basilica di San Petronio and Piazza di Porta Ravegnana or walk along the dark alleys and visit the Torre degli Asinelli for some climbing. Similar to the Tower of Pisa, Torre Degli Asinelli leaning too, but at a smaller level.
Palazzo museum, library and art gallery Pinacoteca Nazionale will surely make your fantasy life.
Generally, the Emilia Romagna region in Italy has so much of the city for you to see and so many things to do. Start the tour of the area now and are ready to create memories of this unique experience.