Discover Forlì! Forlì is the starting point to discover the varied territory of Romagna, which is rich in culture, art, gastronomy, nature and fun. In Ferrara you can find the beautiful Estense Castle, in Cesena the Malatestiana library - UNESCO World Heritage, in Faenza the world-famous majolica and in Ravenna the Byzantine mosaics. Moreover, in Romagna there are also great amusement parks, along with a great spa offer, the National Park of Casentino Forests and the rich services of the Riviera Romagnola. Italy Euro Italian Image Image Image Riviera Nigthlife The Riviera never goes to sleep. The streets of the cities come alive at night thanks to the many places to spend the evening. Rimini, Riccione, Milano Marittima, Cesenatico, Cervia, Ravenna and San Marino with their numerous pubs, restaurants and clubs are the heart of the nightlife. Entertainment and hospitality are the basis of all the services these cities offer. Amusement and water parks famous throughout Europe contribute to making this an ideal destination for young people and families. Image Cities of Art Romagna is populated by cities of art that bear witness to the extraordinary history of this land. Over time, in fact, many domains have alternated making Romagna a real cultural heritage: Ravenna, capital of the Western Roman Empire, is famous for its fascinating mosaics; Cesena, the homeland of the Malatesta, houses the Malatestiana Library, which is part of the UNESCO World Memory Registry; Ferrara, the land of the Estensi, has a historic centre of immense value, also a UNESCO heritage; Faenza, which is known for the production of majolica ceramics appreciated all over the world. Image Casentino Forests National Park The National Park of the Casentino Forests is a protected area located in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines. Extended mainly in Emilia Romagna and in part also in Tuscany, the park is an area characterized by a varied flora and a rich fauna composed of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and water animals that populate the different lakes and waterways. Among the main places of interest and activity there are the dam and the lake of Ridracoli, numerous walking and cycling trails, prearranged daytrips, the harvest of mushrooms and chestnuts in autumn, the waterfall of Acquacheta, the botanical garden of Valbonella and the ski slopes of Campigna in the winter months. https://www.parcoforestecasentinesi.it Image Riviera romagnola The Riviera Romagnola extends for over one hundred kilometres from the shores of Ferrara to Riccione and is one of the Italian seaside resorts most populated by tourists during the summer. The Riviera is the perfect union between fun and rest and is a place where there is no lack of service. The bathing establishments that populate the beaches, the large amusement parks, the numerous shops, the restaurants where you can taste the typical Romagna cuisine, and the clubs and discos that animate the nightlife: in the Riviera there is really something for anyone, from the smallest to the largest. https://www.rivieraromagnola.net Image The Good food Romagna is a land rich in culinary traditions and tasty dishes loved all over the world. Pellegrino Artusi was the first to enhance this immense gastronomic heritage. The symbolic dish is the piadina, but there is no shortage of first courses, such as cappelletti, passatelli or strozzapreti. The sea offers a great variety of fish cooked with skill by local fishermen.