Emilia-Romagna guide: what to see, plus the best bars, restaurants and hotels

This Italian region lacks the intense tourism of Tuscany or Veneto, yet travellers will enjoy superb foods, fine wines, rich history and great value for money

Living as I do in Venice, I have always thought it a shame that relatively few among its daily invasion of tourists make it as far as the next-door region of Emilia-Romagna. It easily matches the attractions of more celebrated Tuscany and Lombardy and offers temptingly affordable options for eating out and accommodation.

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