Romagna in a village

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Santarcangelo is "the door of the Valmarecchia", the ideal place to start discovering the beautiful hilly hinterland that stretches a few kilometers from Rimini. Sara, from Romagna and tour guide, and Erika, anthropologist and environmental-excursion guide. The route, simple and with a slight difference in height, starts from the upper part of the village and crosses a park that partly runs along the Uso river, which once fed several mills, and then climbs up close to the city walls. Once you reach the Contrade district, you will have the opportunity to visit one of the most suggestive private grottoes. You will then go down to the lively part of the historic center, where there are shops, food shops, bars and restaurants. Here you can finally "put your hands in the dough" with a traditional Romagna cuisine workshop set up exclusively for you, in which you will learn how to make piadina. All accompanied by tales about the figure of the azdora and reading of poems in dialect related to Santarcangelo's artists. Finally, you can enjoy a tasting of typical local products.

Fee: € 50 adults - Children € 30 (6 - 13 years) *
* for this experience the minimum age to participate is 6 years
When: Every Wednesday
Timetable: 08.45 am
Where: Piazzale Ganganelli
Minimum of Participants: 2 people
Language: Italian, English and German


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Santarcangelo di Romagna (RN)
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  • Walk in the Park
  • Walk in the historic center
  • Private underground entrance
  • Cooking workshop to learn how to make piadina
  • Tasting of local products (cold cuts and cheeses with vegetables, flatbread, water, 1 glass of wine or other drink)
  • Sneakers or trekking shoes are recommended


  • Tour by Itineraris
  • Visit with environmental tour leader and anthropologist
  • Transport not included
  • Duration approximately 6 hours
  • Comfortable shoes recommended
  • Route not recommended for people with reduced mobility