• Barbaterre Winery and Agritourism


    Barbaterre: Winery and Agritourism, a perfect combination of genuine cuisine with organic wines produced with our local grapes, the best expressions of our culinary and wine-making tradition from Reggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna region). Barbaterre is located in Quattro Castella, in the province of Reggio Emilia,…

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  • Stradora ristrò & cocktail


    Stradora ristrò & cocktail – an enchanted place in the center of Reggiolo Villa Manfredini is an enchanting 18th-century manor house, which later became a restaurant and Hotel by the purchaser who took over it in the 80s. The Villa has hosted some prestigious restaurants,…

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  • Best Western Classic Hotel Conference Centre


    The Conference Centre provides rooms for between 15 and 400 people. Each room has a system of moveable walls, allowing the available space to be increased when required, plus the latest audiovisual equipment, including a giant projection screen, ceiling-mounted video projector, PC, overhead projector, flipchart…

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Fattorie Canossa Bistrot

  The Fattorie Canossa Bistrot was opened in November 2013 in the beautiful surroundings of one of the most popular squares in the historic center of Reggio Emilia – Piazza Fontanesi. It was born from the desire and the passion of a group of young…

Collezione Maramotti

Collezione Maramotti is a private contemporary art collection which opened to visitors in 2007: it is located in the historical headquarters of Max Mara company, in Reggio Emilia. The permanent collection can be visited with free admission and upon booking, according to the wishes of…

Albergo delle Notarie

“MATILDE DI CANOSSA” CONGRESS ROOM – The comfortable meeting Hotel facilities include the “Matilde di Canossa” congress room, which is available for congresses, conferences, meetings and banquets and can meet other guests’ needs in every moment. A smaller adjacent room can be used as a…

Ristorante delle Notarie

The Ristorante delle Notarie, well-known all over the region, is located in the same building as the Albergo delle Notarie. Within easy walking distance from the most elegant shops of Reggio Emilia, the restaurant offers guests a welcoming environment composed by three small sober and…

Albergo delle Notarie ****

The hotel has got 51 rooms, 4 of them with wheelchairs access. Rooms are divided in different categories: “standard”(14), “comfort”(20), “luxury”(14) and “apartments”(3). With all the amenities to be expected of a four-star hotel, the rooms are furnished in a style that is simple yet…

Best Western Classic Hotel ****

  The BEST WESTERN Classic Hotel is an elegant 4 stars hotel where modernity and tradition are merged in order to offer the best service in Reggio Emilia. The hotel is made up of 91 cosy and functional rooms, 7 of which are suites, where…

Welcome to Reggio Emilia

  The citizens of Reggio Emilia are known for their cordiality and hospitality. It is always a pleasure to visit the city and the surrounding countryside and towns, which still show clear signs of the passage of history, wars, conquests and dominions. If you are…

Climb Bismantova Rock

Mentioned by Dante in Purgatory, this huge “stone” is a paradise for free climbers. Pietra di Bismantova, or just “La Pietra” as locals call it, is a massive, anvil-shaped, sandstone block standing in a beautiful environment, isolated amongst the Tuscan-Emilian Apennine National Park. At the…

Bianello Natural Oasis

Between the beautiful hills of Quattro Castella there is an area of protection for the very special flora and fauna of this territory. This is a LIPU (Italian League for the Protections of Birds species) area, an acronym that points out the great value of…

Cycle or walk along Crostolo River

Reggio Emilia is a bike-friendly city. You will see many busy citizens cycling around the old city center using the bike sharing system – you can buy the “Mi Muovo” card in TIL, via Trento Trieste  (HYPERLINK “http://www.mimuovoinbici.it/”www.mimuovoinbici.it) – or just using their colorful bikes,…

Guastalla

Warstall in Lombard, Guardistallum in Latin, the city’s original role is very clear: a place of guard, a strategic point of control of the Po River. But Guastalla owes its beauty and glory to Ferrante I of Gonzaga, amongst the best captains at the service…

Gualtieri

This is a small jewel of Reggio’s low land, a town that reached the highest point of its evolution under the Bentivoglio family rule, from 1567 to 1634. the family entrusted G.B. Aleotti, better known as “Argenta”, with the construction of a great square, with…

Novellara

Novellara played a central role in the powerful Gonzaga family’s state and this most definately left a trace in the modern city: the Gonzaga stronghold is a beautiful 14th century example of it, showing still today remarkable friezes, painted wooden ceilings and sculptured fireplaces; in…

Correggio

As a town of medieval origins, former home of powerful lords and birthplace of artists, Correggio is certainly worth a visit. During Renaissance, the town hosted a small but refined and elegant court under the Da Correggio family rule, rivals of the Este and Visconti…