Ravenna (Ravenna)

The Basilica di San Vitale is one of the most important monuments of paleochristina art in Italy, particularly for the beauty of its mosaics


San Leo (Rimini)

San Leo, namend also Montefeltro, is located 583 m above the sea, at a distance of 32 km from Rimini in the Marecchia Valley, an enormous rock. A street carved into the rock leads up to village


Cesena (Forlì-Cesena)

The Rocca is located in the center of the town of Cesena, on the Colle Garampo hill, surrounded by the Parco della Rimembranza. The fortress has a huge size and offers outstanding views over the city


Pennabilli (Rimini)

Pennabilli is a small medieval village located on the rocks of Rupe and Roccione. Two ancient castles, Penna and Billi were unified



The cathedral of San Giorgio was sanctifyed in 1135 and dedicated to San Giorgio. It is of romanic style witha unique structure of three pinacles. Between 1451 and 1493, based upon a project of Leon Battista Alberti the bell tower was added to the cathedral



The Piazza Maggiore is the major piazza of Bologna, surrounded by the most important building of this unique city

Dozza (Bologna)

The Rocca di Dozza is a monumental fortress of medieval origin, transformed by Caterina Sforza into a castle, used as an aristocratic residence


Grizzana Morandi (Bologna)

Te castle Rocchetta Mattei has been built sind 1850 by Count Cesare Mattei on the ruins of the old castle, church and cimitery which dated back to the year 1200. During his life the Count has modified the castlenumerous times creating a labyrinth of rooms with different styles,towers and staircases