Beyond the myth of Marco Pantani

For us Italians, Romagna is not just the name of a region. In our imagination, it brings to mind images of holidays, clubs, nightlife and sunbathing, but also food and wine culture.

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Where HEROes dare

Superman, Batman, Captain America, X-Men … it was enough to strap on a cape or put on a mask to transform into your favourite childhood hero, embarking on incredible adventures in parallel universes.

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The 7 most scenic MTB itineraries

Whether you prefer alpine landscapes or discovering hidden and wild corners, it really doesn’t matter: you are spoilt for choice because Italy offers an endless supply of trails to ride and jumps to test your skills.

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No wonder Gino Bartali had the chance to be a great biker and champion

Sorting out Tuscany’s cycling offer is certainly not child’s play: from the rugged mountains to the north, to the gentle hills of the central region, without forgetting the charming industrious plains climbing back up to the peaks of the Apennines.

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Monte Grappa challenges you: 10 climbs, 1 unique mountain

Monte Grappa is located in Veneto’s Alpine foothills, an area between the provinces of Treviso, Vicenza and Belluno, and with a height of 1,775 metres from the valley floor, is one of the most arduous Italian climbs.

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Monte Baldo Challenge

We are situated between the provinces of Trento and Verona, where Monte Baldo extends for over 40 kilometres, splitting into two culminating ridges at Punta Telegrafo (2,200 m a.s.l.) and Altissimo di Nago (2,070 m a.s.l.).

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