Fast cars, slow food, hilltop castles and open-air art galleries Our readers pick their highlights of Emilia-Romagna classic Italy without the crowds
Winning tip: open-air gallery, Dozza
On a hilltop between Bologna and Imola is Dozza, a handsome village of classic medieval appearance, with an unexpected twist. The entire village is an open-air gallery with around 100 artworks displayed wherever space allows. Murals adorn walls, doors and archways, showcasing a variety of styles by many different artists. Guided tours must be pre-booked but it is always open and accessible to all. Every two years, notable artists are invited to contribute to the collection, keeping it at the cutting edge of modern art. And in the enoteca regionale, more than 800 wines from Emilia-Romagna are available in the beautiful vaulted cellar of the fort. A fine day out.
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Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/oct/19/10-best-emilia-romagna-attractions-readers-travel-tips