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Destination guide

Emilia-Romagna: modern cars and mouthwatering cuisine

Emilia-Romagna has enchanted visitors for years. If the soaring Apennine Mountains or the wildlife-rich Po Valley don't sweep you away, maybe some of the world's supercars will. The region is home to the likes of Lamborghini, Ferrari and Maserati. If the picturesque landscapes or luxury vehicles don't get you going, the medieval cities of Bologna and Modena, with their narrow winding streets and pretty piazzas, surely will. And then there's the food. Home to Parma prosciutto, Parmigiano Reggiano and tagliatelle al ragu, there's no doubt you'll eat like well when you stay in an Emilia-Romagna vacation rental.

Things to do

Emilia-Romagna is seriously Instagrammable

Interested in fast cars? If you drive on over to the Museo Ferrari in Maranello, you can take a look back over the manufacturer's history, while Modena's Museo Enzo Ferrari has an impressive collection of the world's most celebrated cars. After the envy fades away, you can make a beeline for Bologna to walk through the narrow medieval streets and take Instagrammable snaps of the porticoes or visit the 11th-century university. At the Pinacoteca Nazionale you can discover Emilia-Romagna's most famous artists of the last 700 years, or visit the Museo Civico Archeologico, which houses a treasure trove of the Greek, Roman and Egyptian civilizations.

Activities

See Emilia-Romagna on 2 feet or 2 wheels

The green and hilly landscape, dotted with patches of woodland, lines of grapevines and pretty hilltop villages, lends itself to outdoor activities. If you've brought your family to stay in an Emilia-Romagna vacation rental, you can pack up a picnic of Italian goodies and head off into the hills by foot or 2 wheels. Alternatively, you can hop aboard canoes to paddle down the waterways. The countryside around here might be sleepy, but there's some seriously adrenaline-inducing things to do like climbing, paragliding or even skydiving, should you need to scratch that adventure itch.

Weather

Try Emilia-Romagna in spring

The peak season falls during the sizzling summer months, when the temperature skyrockets and the Emilia-Romagna vacation rentals get booked up well in advance. The weather might be glorious, but if you are looking to avoid the crowds, consider the months just outside. April and May or September and October can, arguably, have a more agreeable climate. And, with shorter queues at the attractions and lower priced rentals, it can be a rather attractive time to visit. You need to wrap up warm in winter, but if you want to visit when other travelers abandon the region, visit between December and February.

Natural features

Emilia-Romagna: a wildlife haven

Without a doubt, the Po Delta Regional Park is the biggest and most impressive of the parks in Emilia-Romagna, spanning over 54,000 hectares. If you're a birder, you've come to the right place. Get your binoculars ready because you're not going to want to miss catching a glimpse of some of the 250 species of birdlife. The exhaustive list includes tawny owls, oystercatchers and black-winged stilts, among many more. It's not just birdwatchers having all the fun though. Keep a look out for fallow deer, wild rabbits and water vole scampering around the hills and waterways.

How many vacation rentals are available around Emilia-Romagna?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,942 vacation rentals around Emilia-Romagna. From 905 house rentals to 198 villa rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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