May 5, 2011 – Episode 1 of the series Two Greedy Italians produced by Nicola Gooch and broadcasted on BBC 2. Internationally renowned chefs and old friends Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo return to the Italy they left more than 40 years ago. The greedy cooks eat their way around Emilia Romagna, home of parma ham and parmesan cheese.
May 4, 2011 – Romantic San Leo in the province of Rimini and Castle of Duky – Parma and Piacenza area is an option. The Italian province of Rimini has an array of wedding locations waiting to be discovered. Just inland from the Adriatic coast, rolling hills and traditional brick houses provide the ideal venue for the perfect overseas wedding.
March 27, 2011 – Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist of the San Francisco Chronicle (a major daily newspaper based in San Francisco, California), writes about Emilia Romagna’s most recent wine advances.
Thanks to the richness of the subsoil and the generosity of the beneficial mineral waters, this region is able to present a vast thermal offer, along with truly excellent beauty centres.
Emilia Romagna is also famous for its golf – lots of top quality golf at the times and on the days that best suit visitors – on 23 fantastic championship courses..
Parmigiano Reggiano is eight centuries old but does not show its age; it is one of the main PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) products from Emilia Romagna..
A restyling designed and tested to “run” quickly on the web with a “body” in line with the times where nothing is left to chance: colour, fonts, images…
Eco-friendly bathing establishments. Everything is recycled. This is the password of the eco-friendly bathing establishments on the Emilia Romagna Adriatic Coast.
On the Pink Night the streets and lights take on a pink hue; this is the main event of the Emilia Romagna Adriatic Coast. From Comacchio to Cattolica, from sunset to dawn, this is the longest event of the summer.