Cities in Emilia-Romagna
Campings in Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Via Della Lama, 47
Viale Della Pace 421, 48122 Marina di Ravenna (RAVENNA)
Via Lungo Lago, 1, 40030 Castel Di Casio (bo)
Castel Di Casio, Emilia-Romagna
Via Baduccia, 47822 Sant'arcangelo Di Romagna (rn)
Sant'arcangelo Di Romagna, Emilia-Romagna
Valmozzola Scalo, 43050 Valmozzola (pr)
Via Poggiolo, 31, 41027 Pievepelago (mo)
Strada Provinciale 43 Per Alfero Al Km 2, 47026 Bagno Di Romagna (fc)
Bagno Di Romagna, Emilia-Romagna
Via Pinzon, 310, 47813 Bellaria Igea Marina (rn)
Bellaria Igea Marina, Emilia-Romagna
Via Paolo E Francesca, 48100 Ravenna (ra)
Loc. Rescatore, Pizza Lamogolese, 4 Vallaminozzo, 42030 Reggio Emilia (re)
Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna
Via Matilde Di Canossa, 41027 Pievepelago (mo)
Loc. Pian Delle Forche, 41027 Pievepelago (mo)
Travel Tips & Guides Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Rimini is a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy and capital city of the Province of Rimini. It is located on the Adriatic Sea near the coast between the rivers Marecchia (the ancient Ariminus) and Ausa (Aprusa). Coast navigation and fishing are traditional industries and, together with Riccione, it is probably the most famous seaside resort on the Adriatic Riviera, among Italians. read more...
Rimini is a resort town in Emilia-Romagna, on Italy's east coast. There has been a settlement at Rimini since pre-historic times. Founded by the Romans in 268 B.C., Rimini boasts a 2,000-year history that has left important marks testifying to its grandeur. read more...
Ravenna is a city and commune in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The city is inland, but is connected to the Adriatic Sea by a canal. Ravenna once served as the seat of the Roman Empire and later the Ostrogothic kingdom. It is presently the capital of the province of Ravenna. read more...
Ravenna is easy to get to from the A14. Follow the signs for A14D from the A14 East. The A14D ends some kilometres before Ravenna, but the roads to the town are clearly signposted. Once in the town, head for the centre (Centro). read more...
There are many choices for where to eat, among them the McDonalds near the tourist landmark of the Due Torri in the centre of the city. There are plenty of other options of good quality. read more...
Bologna's at it best from March-April to October, when it's warm and people stay outside, sit in squares such as Piazza Santo Stefano and Piazza Maggiore. However, during July it is particularly hot, making the pollution problem worse. In August as with the much of Italy in the summer, many shops and restaurants are closed for the summer vacation. Winter can be bitterly cold and snow is common over Christmas. read more...
Bologna (from Latin Bononia, Bulåggna in the local dialect) is the capital city of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy, in the Pianura Padana, between the Po River and the Apennines, exactly, between Reno River and Sàvena River. read more...