Category Archives: Emilia Romagna

Departures Spends 24 Hours in Bologna, Emilia Romagna

From can’t-miss foodie spots serving up fried tortellini, Mortadella, tagliatelle al ragù, pasta with truffles, and wild boar, to must-see attractions like the Two Towers, Basilica di San Petronio and Piazza Maggiore, Departures contributor Emily Cappiello shows you how to have the perfect day in Bologna. Learn more from Departures’ online article, published June 27, 2018.

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Culinary Tourism in Emilia-Romagna, Quebec & More, via NY Times

In the decade or so since culinary travel began whetting the appetites of gastronauts, food-related travel has shifted from pure consumption — hitting that bucket list of Michelin-starred restaurants — to deeper investigations into where food comes from and the cultural and geographic factors that influence it,” writes NYTimes contributor Elaine Glusac. 

From a new trip to Emilia-Romagna guided by “Top Chef” winner Brooke Williamson to a “Farm to Feast” package that sends travelers to a nearby farm in southern Quebec’s luxurious Manoir Hovey to source farm-raised products, learn more about how the culinary world is shaking up the travel landscape in this online article, published May 18, 2018.

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Turntable Kitchen’s Guide to Emilia-Romagna!

From the cuisine of Bologna to the music of Ravenna,  the cinema of Rimini to the olive oil of Brisighella,  Turntable Kitchen’s guide to Emilia-Romagna is a comprehensive overview of what’s not to be missed in this glorious region. Learn more from this online article, published April 25, 2018.

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Dining the Bolognese Way in Emilia Romagna, via The Kitchn

Bologna, one of Emilia Romagna’s major cities, is a well-known culinary mecca but for much more than its eponymous pork sausage. Learn what other products are on offer from this online Kitchn article, published January 25, 2018.

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Modena, a Key Stop Through Emilia-Romagna’s “Motor Valley”, is a Car Lover’s Paradise, Raves USAToday

Did you know the city of Modena is part of Emilia-Romagna’s “Motor Valley” a region in Italy that gave birth to some of the biggest names in luxury car brands (Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, Pagani, etc) and where you can still visit the real workshops, factories and museums showcasing an impressive collection of vintage cars? USAToday investigates in this online article, published December 6, 2017.

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Cars, Cuisine & Culture – all in one Emilia-Romganan City!

“There are very few places that can boast fine automotive excellence, heritage gastronomy, and worldly arts and culture in one location—that is, unless you’re in Modena, Italy.”

Join JustLuxe contributing writer Tiffany Leigh on a vicarious journey through the culinary scene of one of the major cities in Emilia-Romagna and take note of her guide to Modena’s top gastronomic experiences, compiled in this online article, published October 17, 2017.

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Pay Tribute To Film-Famous Ferraris at Ferrari Museum in Modena, via USAToday

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A trip to Modena wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the world-famous Museo Enzo Ferrari and if you visit before February 2017, you can experience the museum’s Red Carpet Exhibition, showcasing famous Ferraris driven on film (and in life) by such icons as Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Sofia Loren and Marilyn Monroe. Learn more from the USAToday round-up by contributor Sarah Maiellano, featuring can’t miss European museum exhibits this spring, published May 9, 2016.

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Conde Nast Traveler Seeks Fellini, Ferraris & Parmigiano in Emilia Romagna

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There are many reasons why one should visit the Italian region of Emilia Romagna. For starters, come for the aceto balsamico (balsamic vinegar) and the prosciutto (ham) AND the parmigiano reggiano (cheese). And maybe pick up a Ferrari too while you’re there!

Conde Nast Traveler contributor Alexandra Kirkman delves into the rich history, culture and cuisine of Italy’s less publicized northern region in an online article, published February 1, 2016.

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How to Explore Bologna in 24 Hours, via US News

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Considering visiting Bologna? Journalist Claire Volkman visits the capital of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region and relays her top tips for exploring the city in 24 hours, whether you are into elevated cuisine or world-class art, in this article for US News, published September 10, 2015.

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