1 – Faenza&Brisighella
Faenza is all over the world known as the town of ceramic: the term faience comes from Faenza that In the 14th century was already famous for its artwork and has been ever since. We will visit the medieval historical centre, the incredible and undiscovered Palazzo Milzetti, an incredible neoclassic palace completely painted, accessible from the bathroom to the kitchen, still preserved like in the XIX century.
Outside Faenza we will visit a ceramic manifacturing centre, hosted in a suggestive old paper factory, with an interesting demostration of pottery production.
Few kilometers from Faenza, Brisighella is worth visiting, because the reinassance castle, the medieval and colorful historical centre and the early medieval Pieve Tho, the oldes church in the territory. Further more, in the hills surraunding Brisighella there is produced the DOP extravergin olive oil, one of the best in Italy, that can be tasted in one of the local farms
2 – Bertinoro&Cesena
The medieval town of Bertinoro is called the terrace of romagna, because is located on the top of a scenografic hill, surrounded by vines and facing the coast. From the top of the castle we can enjoy an impressive view on the valley. Bertinoro is also called city of the hospitality, because is considered a temple of the genuine local hospitality, based on simple life, memorable food (first of all the piadina ) and unique wine: this is the reign of the golden Albana wine, the first white wine DOCG in Italy!
Having lunch in a local agriturismo would be an unforgettable TRUE italian experience
Proceeding toward east we’ll arrive in the elegant city of Cesena, with its narrow streets, reinassance and baroque palaces, a vibrant historical centre and unique treasure: The Biblioteca malatestiana, the oldest reinassance library in Italy, an unmissable UNESCO world heritage site that preserves amazing ancient codexes and manuscripts
3 – Rimini&surroundings
Everybody knows Rimini as a “good time place” , a lively, sunny seaside resort..probably the most popular one in Europe!
Rimini i also well known as home town of Federico Fellini, one of the most famous italian film maker.
Rimini is also a fascinating art town with a history of over 22 centuries! Within walking distance we will ﬁnd important art masterpieces, like the Tempio Malatestiano, one of the most important reinassance church in Italy, the roman Augusto’s arch dating IAD, the surgeon’s house owned by an ancient roman surgeon with perfectelty preserved floor mosaics and surgical instrument and the suggestive stone roman bridge dating IAD.
From Rimini town, it is possible to enjoy and relax on the large sandy beach or to move toward the green hills, discovering the route of wine and senses and small medieval town and castle as Coriano, where we can have a magic wine tasting one of the excellent local winery