Emilia Romagna is a region of central Italy. In its northern part borders the regions of Lombardy and Veneto, and the boundary is drawn from the river Po, to the west with Piedmont, Liguria and Tuscany, to the south with The Marches and the Republic of San Marino (one of the smallest states of Europe). In the east, however, the boundary is drawn from the Adriatic Sea. The coastal area known as the “Riviera Romagnola“, about 90 km long, is the longest beach in Europe. The various seaside resorts such as Rimini, Riccione, Cattolica, Cervia, Cesenatico and Bellaria offer numerous facilities equipped for sports but mostly for fun. Going in the inner part of the region you can know the other aspect for that this land is famous worldwide. The engines. In fact this is the birthplace of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Ducati. VisitingMaranello and Modena you can visit the Ferrari Museum as well as the plants of the automaker best known to the world. A Sant’Agata Bolognese is the Lamborghini Museum while in Borgo Panigalethere is the Ducati. In addition to the emotions caused by the roar of the engines you can enjoy peace and tranquility in penetrating two national parks hosted by the region: the National Park of the Apennines and theNational Park of Casentino Forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna. Even in the field of art and architecture, the region offers a lot. The city of Bologna (the regional capital) allows you to visit one of the most beautiful churches in Italy, the Basilica of San Petronio, other palaces and buildings very special as the Asinelli Tower from the top you can enjoy an incredible view of the city . The cities of Ferrara and Ravenna, both World Heritage Site. Parma, Piacenza, Faenza, Imola, Cesenaand Reggio Emilia, all towns that reserve pleasant scenarios historical and artistic. Do not forget the good food for which the region is appreciated everywhere; Emilia Romagna is the home of Parmigiano, the most famous cheese in the world, as well as Parma Ham, tortellini and “piadina” (flatbread).