The first weekend of April in Cesena will be colored by the shades of this wellness festival. Leave your stress at home and immerse yourselves in relaxing treatments and oriental massages, multi-sensorial experiences, free yoga lessons, and the sale of organic food and eco-sustainable clothing. April 1-2.
There will be 14 weeks of events dedicated to slow tourism in the nature of the Po Delta, with excursions on foot, by bike, by boat and on horseback, tastings, lessons and workshops. Do not miss the events Slow Easter and the International Birdwatching Fair. March 18 - June 25.
This festival of contemporary creativity will last for a month and a half and everyday will enchant the public with installations and events of photography, paintings, illustrations, graphics, music and concerts, giving life to an artistic itinerary all around the historic downtown of Parma. April 1 – May 14.
A visit to a castle, to discover its most secret stories and rooms, will be perfect if guiding you are the homeowners themselves! Princes, patrons, counts, entrepreneurs, and mayors will guide your through ten visits in ten castles of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza. Until August 5.
What not to miss
Modena will become the Italian capital of play with hundreds of events, tournaments, and exhibitions in which everyone can participate, board games and role play, live games and video games. From the Independence Play to the Hardcore Gaming Room, there will be many different areas and new games. April 1-2.
There will be 1600 sellers taking part in this exhibition exchange in Reggio Emilia of vintage auto, motorcycle, and bicycle parts and accessories in a setting dedicated to engines from the beginning of the last century up to the 1980s. April 1-2.
The world of international publishing for children and kids lands in Bologna. Here you can get to know the latest trends, meet the masters of illustrating and successful authors. The Guest of Honor this year is Catalonia, together with the Balearic Islands. April 3-6.
What's going on now
Markets filled with delicacies and traditional crafts held in the historic downtowns offer a great opportunity to dig through the stands and find unusual gifts with which to fill your pockets.
What to do
This “on the road” jazz festival lasts almost one hundred days and travels throughout Emilia Romagna. The numbers speak clearly: there will be about 500 musicians performing in more than 60 concerts in over twenty cities. Until June 1.
Among the exhibitions on schedule, do not miss “Dalì Experience” in Bologna; "Italian Liberty" in Reggio Emilia; "The best albums of our lives" in Modena; "Art for art's sake. From Previati to Mentessi, from Boldini to De Pisis" in Ferrara and "Art Decò. The roaring Twenties in Italy" soon in Forlì