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With its famous canal harbour, often claimed to have been designed by Leonardo da Vinci, the seaside town of Cesenatico is one of the most picturesque sights to be found on the Adriatic coast. And the natural surroundings of this former fishing village are just as inspirational, with Cesenatico's sandy beach and lush parks being great places to relax.

The town's rich seafaring history can be explored in the maritime museum, and a wander around the canalside streets is sure to reveal all sorts of hidden treasures. Just make sure to work up an appetite as the fresh seafood served up in Cesenatico's restaurants is second-to-none.

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Unearth the secrets of Bologna, often known as ‘La Rossa’ for its signature red-roofed
buildings. Vibrant, historic, and filled with character, it’s a destination that encapsulates the
spirit of Italy.
Immerse yourself in the city’s rich culture by visiting the grand Piazza Maggiore, or climb
the Torre degli Asinelli for a bird’s eye view of the red city. The city's culinary pedigree is no
less impressive than its architecture - Bologna is, after all, the birthplace of Bolognese sauce.
From wholesome home cooking to high-end restaurants, there are countless opportunities
to sample the city's renowned gastronomic delights.
Whatever sparks your interest, whether it’s wandering through the narrow, medieval streets
in the Quadrilatero area, admiring the elegant porticoes, or simply savouring an authentic
Italian meal, Bologna offers an unrivalled experience that is truly unforgettable. Filled
with art, culture, and heritage, Bologna is the essence of Italian charm.

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