Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is an Italian region with ordinary statute in north-eastern Italy with 4 427 932 inhabitants. Prefigured in 1948, it was officially established on 7 June 1970 with the first regional elections. The capital is the metropolitan city of Bologna. It borders Lombardy and Veneto to the north, Lombardy and Piedmont to the west, and Liguria, Tuscany, Marche and the Republic of San Marino to the south. To the east it is washed by the Adriatic Sea.

Emilia-Romagna is made up of the union of the parts within the regional territory of two historical regions with distinct linguistic, geographical and cultural-historical characteristics:

  • Emilia, which includes the provinces of Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Ferrara and most of the metropolitan city of Bologna;
  • Romagna, which includes the provinces of Ravenna, Forlì-Cesena, Rimini and the municipalities of the metropolitan city of Bologna located east of the Sillaro stream (Dozza, Imola, Mordano, Casalfiumanese, Borgo Tossignano, Fontanelice, Castel del Rio).

Stages

along a unique experience,
safely prepared

Gallery

an invitation to explore the beauty and
the depths of the Camino