Places I know

#Emilia-Romagna
#Riviera adriatica
#Cesenatico
#Cervia
#Rimini
#Entroterra collinare

Tags

#Travels
#Romagna to be discovered
#Trattorie Osterie
#WeekEnd in Romangna

I’m Francesca Diani, born in Cesena. I am an expert in  communication and I love my home region.

My first beautiful memory concerns the holidays spent along the beaches of Cesenatico. The indelible memory of those carefree days has made me a researcher of the beauty and magic of these places.

The spirit of discovery led me to venture beyond the beaten track. I had access to wonderful villages, breathtaking views, taverns, wine bars, and trattorias – places that you won’t find on the famous guidebooks, but places of the greatest value.

I grew up in Romagna. I love this territory, at once idle and dynamic, generous in its fruits and welcoming in its facilities. Nothing is missing for people like me, who can appreciate the simplicity of a natural landscape, a good wine, and a well-laid table. Romagna offers not only delicious food but also vast wild nature and places to relax, enjoy a beautiful show, or a typical village fair where you can appreciate the simplicity of “being together” or even be lulled by the jazz notes of some summer concert.

Cesenatico: maritime village with beautiful squares, the canal harbor where you can take morning walks, beaches off the beaten path in Ponente.

Cervia: Delightful seaside resort boasts a magical canal port, lively in the evening more quiet during the day.

Cesena: a village rich in history and unforgettable cultural spots – the Malatestiana Library, La Rocca, the Cinema San Biagio and its Foundation stand out.

Valle del Bidente: a stop in time and the heart of the major farms in the area.

Longiano: boasts a delightful position perched among the hills, wonderful to visit in the spring months.

Rimini: The city of Romagna par excellence, a bit ‘”arrogant”, dynamic and idle in its thousand small places to stop for a pre and post dinner aperitif.

Santarcangelo: A magical village, stopped in time where every corner is worthy of a photo. Full of delicious restaurants.

Savignano sul Rubicone: host of the largest photography festival in Italy. Make sure to visit the center of San Rocco.

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Francesca Diani

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Digital Marketing / Communication

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#Italian
#English

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Francesca Diani

jOB

Digital Marketing / Comunication

I SPEAK

#Italian
#English

MY LINKS
PLACES I KNOW

#Emilia-Romagna
#Riviera adriatica
#Cesenatico
#Cervia
#Rimini
#Entroterra collinare

I miei tag

#ViaggieViaggetti
#RomagnadaScoprire
#PluuOnTour
#TrattorieOsterie
#WeekEndinRomangna
#PluuGirieGiretti

I’m Francesca Diani, born in Cesena. I am an expert in  communication and I love my home region.

My first beautiful memory concerns the holidays spent along the beaches of Cesenatico. The indelible memory of those carefree days has made me a researcher of the beauty and magic of these places.

The spirit of discovery led me to venture beyond the beaten track. I had access to wonderful villages, breathtaking views, taverns, wine bars, and trattorias – places that you won’t find on the famous guidebooks, but places of the greatest value.

I grew up in Romagna. I love this territory, at once idle and dynamic, generous in its fruits and welcoming in its facilities. Nothing is missing for people like me, who can appreciate the simplicity of a natural landscape, a good wine, and a well-laid table. Romagna offers not only delicious food but also vast wild nature and places to relax, enjoy a beautiful show, or a typical village fair where you can appreciate the simplicity of “being together” or even be lulled by the jazz notes of some summer concert.

Cesenatico: maritime village with beautiful squares, the canal harbor where you can take morning walks, beaches off the beaten path in Ponente.

Cervia: Delightful seaside resort boasts a magical canal port, lively in the evening more quiet during the day.

Cesena: a village rich in history and unforgettable cultural spots – the Malatestiana Library, La Rocca, the Cinema San Biagio and its Foundation stand out.

Valle del Bidente: a stop in time and the heart of the major farms in the area.

Longiano: boasts a delightful position perched among the hills, wonderful to visit in the spring months.

Rimini: The city of Romagna par excellence, a bit ‘”arrogant”, dynamic and idle in its thousand small places to stop for a pre and post dinner aperitif.

Santarcangelo: A magical village, stopped in time where every corner is worthy of a photo. Full of delicious restaurants.

Savignano sul Rubicone: host of the largest photography festival in Italy. Make sure to visit the center of San Rocco.

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