The Emilia Romagna region extends below the River Po and is formed largely from the Po Valley, enclosed by hills to the south and then by the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano.
Diagonal passes the Via Emilia, the ancient road built by the Roman consul Emilio lipids, which gives its name to the land. Romagna on the other hand, is the part closest to the sea was so named because it was the only area in Roman lands now conquered by the Lombards. The Emilia Romagna region bordered to the north of Lombardy and Veneto, Piedmont and Liguria to the west, south with the region of Tuscany, the Marches and the Republic of San Marino, while to the east is entirely washed by the Adriatic Sea.
Many in Emilia Romagna are the accommodation (Villas, hotels, bed and breakfast, holiday homes, villas, castles, hostels, residences, apartments) where you can stay for an enjoyable holiday.