You certainly know those photos of typical Italian paradise: A thick padrone with a glass of red wine, in addition to a tower Romagna delicacies : Cheese tires, the ceiling full of delicious ham, salami stacked - bite the photo is what you want!
Such places are not in the cliché, but in Emilia Romagna. Here you eat really excellent. Hardly surprising, or what you would expect from a region whose capital (Bologna), the Italian vernacular la grassa that calls fats? (This is certainly not an insult, considering that the Italian capital is unofficially called la puttana (which is perfectly fine).
With the Po Delta in the province of Ferrara travelers entering without doubt one of the most alluring and impressive landscapes of Emilia Romagna: Firstly, the sea itself with its over 23-km wide beach. On the other hand, the millennial biotopes or protected areas of Comacchio, from which nature lovers can be lured away only with difficulty.
Flora and fauna along with history, many works of art and monuments, make this charming and natural area very special. The historic lagoon area extends to the Abbey of Pomposa, the Castle of Mesola and the nearby Renaissance city of Ferrara.