Reggio Emilia

Reggio nell'Emilia

A people-friendly sized town at the top of the rankings as one of the most prosperous and liveable towns in Italy: renowned for the quality of its services and the industry and wits of its citizens.


A small and agreeable town, located at the edge of the foothills, in the middle between Reggio Emilia (9 km) and the Apennines.

Bagnolo in Piano

Thriving agricultural and industrial center, in the main square is a massive tower from the ancient fortress, called "Torrazzo" by people of Bagnolo.


Situated in the foothills, where once flew the river Enza, it is one of the oldest production sites of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, therefore called "Cradle of Parmigiano Reggiano"


In Roman times it was an important town on the Po river, and it maintained its relevance during the Republic of Venice. It still has marine and harbor.


Brescello is situated alongside the main leeve of Po River; it is the town of "Don Camillo and Peppone", and capital of the "little world" described by writer Giovanni Guareschi.

Cadelbosco di Sopra

An area of fertile plains wrested from the Po marshlands by centuries of human labour, today a lively and modern centre.

Campagnola Emilia

In the central square is the eighteenth-century parish church, outside the town is San Bernardino: a rural structure dating back to the era of Matilda.


The territory in the central part of the river Po Valley, is here particularly rich in natural springs of water, protected by a Natural Park named "Valle Re"


The town is located in the foothills of the Apennines of the Province of Reggio Emilia and is an important ceramics manufacturing centre.


It was part of the lands of Countess Matilda of Canossa, in its center are ancient buildings such as a small fortress, the hanging gardens, and the clock tower.

Castelnovo di Sotto

In the center is an ancient fortress, around which the Carnival floats and masks go; also important is the horse fair.


Cavriago is a dynamic, productive and modern town. Its position between Reggio Emilia and Sant’Ilario d’Enza, makes it a strategical town for transportation.


It is one of the largest and populous town in the Province after the chief town (18 Km from Reggio Emilia).


It is located in the heart of the plain, an area of intensive farming with the strong agro-mechanical tradition, represented by the former Landini factory.


In the country house where the 7 Cervi brothers were arrested in November 1943, to be shot by the Nazis, is the Cervi House Museum


As other small towns south of the Po River, it sprang up during the age of seignories. It still has imposing land drainage and huge buildings by Bentivoglio family.


Guastalla is a town of Etruscan origin. It is one of the most typical towns in the "lowlands of Reggio Emilia" along the Po River.


The town is situated in an area which is equidistant from Reggio Emilia, Parma and Mantua. It forms part of a landscape which is typical of the Po valley at the same time as enjoying all the benefits associated with a small town

Montecchio Emilia

Montecchio is an important business centre situated along the Enza Valley, its position was strategically relevant since ancient times, even before the conquest by Romans.


The territory of Novellara is situated in the part of the Po River Valley known as the "lowlands of Reggio Emilia", a few kilometres from the river Po.


The territory of Poviglio is located on the lowland plains of the Province of Reggio Emilia, and covers an area of 43 sq. km.

Quattro Castella

The Town of Quattro Castella is situated in the hills, and in its beautiful landscapes host Corteo of Countess Matilda


The town of Reggiolo is situated along the Po River, 29 kilometres from Reggio Emilia.

Rio Saliceto

The town of Rio Saliceto is situated in the northwestern plains of the Province of Reggio Emilia, and is characterised mainly by 18th and 19th-century artistic styles. Rio Saliceto was first mentioned in written records from the 10th century A.D.


The Town of Rolo is situated in the plains of Reggio, 28 kilometres from Reggio Emilia


Its territory extends on both sides of the Via Emilia, starting from the detention basins of Secchia River where is a Natural Park.

San Martino in Rio

The town of San Martino in Rio is situated in the northeastern plains of the Province of Reggio Emilia, 15 km from the town of Reggio Emilia

San Polo d'Enza

The town of San Polo d'Enza is situated on the plains of Reggio Emilia, at the mouth of the Enza River, about 16 km from the town of Reggio Emilia.

Sant'Ilario d'Enza

It is situated along Via Emilia, where the Enza River divides the Province of Reggio Emilia from the Province of Parma.


It is a very important productive-economic center, situated where the hills meet the plain, and was one of the oldest human settlements in the province

Vezzano sul Crostolo

The Town of Vezzano sul Crostolo is situated in the hills of Reggio Emilia, near the spot where Crostolo River flows onto the plains. The town lies along National Road 63, 14 km from Reggio Emilia.