Forbes Magazine rates Emilia Romagna “Italy’s Greatest Gastronomic Treasure”

Forbes Magazine’s article is a true hymn to the gastronomic quality of Emilia Romagna, a unique Italian region, too often overlooked. From its first few lines, it picks up momentum, pointing out all the delicious, mouth-watering, typical dishes of this extraordinary region. From Parma prosciutto and Parmesan cheese to tortellini and ravioli; from Balsamic vinegar and Lambrusco wine to an array of desserts that are simply “to-die-for”. With all these options at hand, one has the difficulty of the choice.

However, there is more to Emilia Romagna than just wonderful cuisine. This bucolic region, which still holds on to strong pastoral and farming traditions, is rich in art, history, and an exquisite landscape that does not hold back on panoramas. Its people are friendly, gentle, courteous, welcoming, and accommodating.

Infinite are the walking and hiking possibilities amongst vineyards, magical woods, past secluded hamlets and religious sites.

Joining our exclusive Emilia Romagna  hiking & gastronomy tour, and discover a unique region, still removed from mass tourism, and all its extraordinary characteristics.

Read Forbes Magazine’s article.

New Hiking Tours in Italy for 2014

. The first of our two extraordinary hiking tours in Italy takes you into a lesser-known area of a fantastic region where mountains, secluded sanctuaries, geology and exquisite hamlets blend into a harmonious picture. A real Mecca for walkers, hikers, and nature lovers alike. A concentration of fabulous food and renowned wines. A precious shrine of spirituality, culture and history. This is our  tour, biefly.
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HIKING IN EMILIA ROMAGNA. Join an exclusive tour and a true culinary delight. Walking and hiking forays take us on a discovery of a unique region of Italy, still removed from the mainstream tourist map. Let you taste buds party on the flavour of real Parmesan cheese and the best traditional Balsamic Vinegar. Visit the extraordinary town of Bologna, seat of the oldest western university, and home to freshly-made “tortellini” pasta.
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