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Set between the Po River and the Apennines, Bologna handicapped Piacenza accessible Italian tours spreads towards the western extremity of Emilia Romagna.

Former Roman colony, subsequently an important medieval center, it has always been an ideal rest area for princes and pilgrims on their way, crusaders and templars, tradesmen and artists who left their mark here.

Piacenza wheelchair accessible tours, its a land includes the splendid valleys of the Rivers Tidone, Trebbia, Nure and Arda, each distinguished by particular environments.

In this place nature dominates unchallenged among rocky spurs, Piacenza wheelchair accessible tours hills strewn with vineyards and sceneries dominated by spires, towers and impressive fortresses.

The great number of medieval castles which with their unmistakable shapes stand out all over the land, making it an extremely fascinating corner.

Touring Piacenza

A symbol of the Dukedoms of Parma and Piacenza's ancient splendour is the magnificent Palazzo Farnese of Piacenza, together with other wonderful aristocratic palaces of the same period.

There are uncountable manners to satisfy taste in Piacenza.

It is the medieval center in Piacenza that holds all the attractions of the town and your visit will focus in the central piazza the Piazza dei Cavalli and the surrounding streets.

There are a good number of interesting buildings to enjoy, typically dating from the renaissance and earlier medieval periods.

Piazza dei Cavalli is dominated by Palazzo del Comune which is a very fine XIII century palace constructed in marble and red brick.

Close to here the 11th century Basilica of Sant'Antonino has an octagonal tower as its most interesting feature, while the XII century Cathedral is interesting both for its unusual combination of building materials, its square brick tower and for the frescoes and paintings it contains, particularly those in the dome.

Piacenza wheelchair accessible tours territory has been known for good food and wine ever since ancient times.

Cured meats, cheese, wine and cuisine were, for example, introduced at the court of King Philip V of Spain, the spouse of Elisabetta Farnese, in the XVIII century, and are still appreciated by today’s food lovers, who cannot but enjoy tasting of their specialities.

Are there any better souvenirs of Piacenza than one or more of our delicious products to take home with you?

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