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HOW COVID-19 HAS CHANGED OUR PERSPECTIVES IN 2020

How has the spread of Covid-19 changed Emilia Storytellers’ perspective for 2020 tourist season? Let’s take a step back… The official lockdown in Italy began on 10 March 2020 and would keep Italians locked-in for almost 3 months. From mid-May, businesses and activities have been opening again, gradually and following …

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WELCOME TO TRAVLINMAD TRAVEL BLOG IN MODENA

Lori and Angelo Sorrentino Travel Writer & Photographer  www.travlinmad.com travel around the world to promote on their blog trips and travel experiences that convey a (not only) food and wine culture that suits the slogan “Eat Local Travel Slow” , in other words, genuine, authentic, unconventional, honestly local gastronomy and …

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MODENA, THE NEW FOOD DESTINATION TO EAT LOCAL

Modena is the new destination to Eat Local. An increasing number of foodies and food lovers from all over the world arrive in Modena to live the unique culinary and sensory experience offered by OSTERIA FRANCESCANA run by famous Chef Massimo Bottura, who has ranked first in the contest “The …

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On January 31 Modena celebrates Saint Geminiano Fair

Not everyone knows that the remains of San Geminiano, the patron saint of Modena, are preserved inside the crypt of the majestic Duomo that dominates Piazza Grande. In his honor, on the 31st of January a city festival is celebrated, a day that all the people of Modena await with …

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Why visit Emilia Romagna for a second time

Why visit Emilia-Romagna for a second time? This is what we asked Jake L. Morrow, Associate Professor of Business Administration of Birmingham Southern College in Birmingham AL, USA. He has been visiting our region for 10 years now, he’s come back more than for a second time, and he asked …

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WHY VISIT MODENA

Why visit Modena? To discover a town that still has lots of Italian artisans, historical workshops, ancient food shops and handmade food. A town shaped by its people, who have worked hard and passionately to create excellent products. A town with a small and elegant historical centre, with pretty little …

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5 HAMLETS IN EMILIA ROMAGNA

Along the Via Emilia, between plains and valleys, there are small villages that have resisted the passing of time, villages that still contain stories of a distant past and where it is possible to relive it. Getting lost among narrow stone streets, admiring boundless landscapes from majestic fortresses, breathing the …

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