Explore Italy's bread basket filled with the essential ingredients of balsamic vinegar, prosciutto ham, and aged parmesan cheese. Set in the largest fertile plain of Italy in the Po River Valley, this region offers Italy's favorite foods and flavors. Plus, the biking is amazing winding through dramatic landscapes and quiet pockets with quaint villages. Excellence is also molded into the region's top sports cars and motorcycles known throughout the world: Ferrari, Maserati,
Lamborghini, Ducati, and Morini.
Enticements of Emilia Romagna
Enjoy a visit to a private Maserati collection, the only one in the world.
Senora Giovanna shares their families balsamic heritage and production, along with a tasting.
Meet the cows that produce the parmesan that is aged for 12, 24, and over 30 months. Taste the difference.
Cities of culture
Explore the charming cities of Mantua, Modena, and Parma — the Italian capital city of culture for 2020
UNESCO named this the Capital of Music and home to the world's oldest university founded in 1088.
Relax at one of our favorite country retreats, an elegant stay in the middle of fields and Lambrusco vineyards. This rich red bubbly wine pares well with roasted meats and salty cheese.
Add a few days biking the perimeter of Lake Garda, the largest fresh water lake of Italy, eclipsed by tall and narrow mountain ranges. A lovely location.
Explore this pedestrian-only city, unless of course, you choose to transfer on a gondola through the canals. This unique city is lovely and romantic. Winding alleys and hundreds of bridges over the narrow canals make this a fun city to explore.
Emilia Romagna was a great bike tour.....we keep asking for more! My buddies and I have been biking together each year for over 20 years. We have NEVER used a bike company twice EVER...until we met Siciclando. We are now planning our third bike tour with them. They are accommodating, efficient, on-target and they are simply fun to bike with and spend time with.
This is an amazing tour full of good biking and Italian flavors. How fun to bike in the birthplace of balsamic vinegar, parmesan cheese, and prosciutto ham. I could definitely taste the difference. We enjoyed it all!
Emilia Romagna is our third bike tour with Siciclando. Every year I think, now this is the best! The bike routes were fantastic, some of my favorites. We were treated like royalty and by the end of the tour our guides were our best friends. Can't beat that.
Biking here brought so many things to life: real balsamic and prosciutto, the setting for Shakespeare's plays, a private tour of a Maserati collection. So many great surprises!