What to do in Riolo Terme

Among the paths of Riolo Terme

If you are in doubt about what to do in Riolo Terme, the Grand Hotel recommends destinations and itineraries for practical day trips, helping you to manage the logistics of your holidays.

Brisighella

(half day)

Ancient medieval village of the Lamone Valley, rich in architectural and naturalistic beauties and awarded with the most prestigious certifications (Most Beautiful Villages in Italy, Slowtown, Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club).

Casola Valsenio

(half day)

Ancient medieval village of the Lamone Valley, rich in architectural and naturalistic beauties and awarded with the most prestigious certifications (Most Beautiful Villages in Italy, Slowtown, Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club).

Faenza

(half day)

Known throughout the world for its ceramic tradition, Faenza boasts the famous International Museum of Ceramics, with a rich permanent collection and frequent important temporary exhibitions. Among the urban spaces of the city you will find Piazza del Popolo, the Palazzo del Podestà, the Municipal Palace and Piazza della Libertà with the late fifteenth century Cathedral.

Palazzuolo sul Senio

(half day)

Surrounded by woods and chestnut groves, Palazzuolo sul Senio is a village known for its famous Jewish Ghetto and for the Strigelli square with its typical “amphitheater” appearance.

Unmissable attractions are the Archaeological Museum from prehistory to modern times and that of the Peasant Civilization, both housed in the Palazzo dei Capitani from the end of the 14th century.

Forlì

(half day)

In the historic center, the two main roads of Roman origin are recognizable, divided into the four main courses (Mazzini, Garibaldi, Diaz and della Repubblica), which converge on Piazza A. Saffi.

The San Domenico museum, the oldest section of the Pinacoteca, is worth a visit, especially when the International exhibitions are held there (Steve Mc Curry, Salgado are just few examples).

Ravenna

(one day)

Starting from the beginning of the 5th century AD. Ravenna was a capital city three times; the magnificence of that period left there a great legacy of monuments, such as the 8 buildings declared World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Ravenna also preserves the remains of the Father of Italian Literature Dante Alighieri.

Bologna

(one day)

Medieval city of art, culture and commerce with an efficient trade fair structure and a renowned manufacturing and motoring tradition, Bologna is known for its almost 40 km of arcades, the longest in the world.

Also called the “Learned”, due to its ancient University, and the “Fat” for its gastronomy, the city boasts the title “Creative City of UNESCO Music”.

Firenze

(one day)

It is universally recognized as one of the cradles of art and architecture, thanks to monuments and museums including the Duomo, Santa Croce, Santa Maria Novella, the Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti.

Comacchio

(one day)

The “little Venice” is an enchanting lagoon city, today considered the capital of the Po Delta Park.

From the Ponte degli Sbirri you can enjoy the most beautiful view: on one side the Ancient Hospital of the Sick, on the other the nineteenth-century Palazzo Bellini and the famous Trepponti, symbol of Comacchio. Testimony of the seafaring activity is the Antica Pescheria and, for those who love archeology, a visit to the Ancient Delta Museum is a must.

Parco del Delta del Po

(one day)

The Po Delta is a magnificent example of biodiversity, with a rich flora and fauna population crossed by fresh and brackish water valleys.

World Heritage Site since 1999, the area covers a territory of over 66,000 hectares, covering two regions.

San Marino

(one day)

San Marino, located within Emilia Romagna, is one of the oldest Republics in the world. Known for its medieval historic center and for the three towers dating back to the 11th century, it stands on Mount Titano, preserving its ancient architecture.

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