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LIVING IN REGGIO EMILIA


Leisure time activities


The school organizes extracurricular activities, giving students the opportunity to get to know each other and to practice Italian in their free time.

Activities include:
- Lunches with the teachers
- Tours of Parmesan cheese and balsamic vinegar producers
- Showing of Italian films at the school
- End-of-course celebrations
- Excursions into the mountains and northern Italy’s cities (Bologna, Florence, Parma, Venice, etc.)
- Attending local celebrations and festivals
- Evenings at the theatre or cinema

Reggio Emilia and its surrounding area offer a great variety of leisure time activities. Among the many cultural events, the most important ones are “Reggio Emilia e oltre”, jazz and ethnic music performances, the international festival of ballet and the “REC”, a festival of contemporary art (music, dance, drama, jazz, exhibitions and films).

There are also various small towns near Reggio Emilia of historic-artistic interest, such as Sabbioneta, Guastalla, Correggio, Scandiano, Novellara, as well as very interesting itineraries and visits to castles located in the land once owned by Matilde di Canossa.

Nature lovers can make fascinating excursions to both the Emilian Apennines and along the Po River. Those wishing to know more about Italian folklore can visit several fairs and markets selling local products.

For sportspersons, the province of Reggio Emilia offers mountain biking and road cycling routes, swimming, tennis, horseback riding, athletics, golf, climbing at Pietra di Bismantova, skiing in the Emilian Apennines, and canoeing on the Enza River.

On a day trip you can also reach towns such as Modena, Parma, Bologna, Ferrara, Mantua, Ravenna, Padua, Verona, Venice, Florence, seaside resorts (both on the Adriatic and Ligurian coasts) and tourist locations on Lake Garda.



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LIVING IN REGGIO EMILIA


Leisure time activities


The school organizes extracurricular activities, giving students the opportunity to get to know each other and to practice Italian in their free time.

Activities include:
- Lunches with the teachers
- Tours of Parmesan cheese and balsamic vinegar producers
- Showing of Italian films at the school
- End-of-course celebrations
- Excursions into the mountains and northern Italy’s cities (Bologna, Florence, Parma, Venice, etc.)
- Attending local celebrations and festivals
- Evenings at the theatre or cinema

Reggio Emilia and its surrounding area offer a great variety of leisure time activities. Among the many cultural events, the most important ones are “Reggio Emilia e oltre”, jazz and ethnic music performances, the international festival of ballet and the “REC”, a festival of contemporary art (music, dance, drama, jazz, exhibitions and films).

There are also various small towns near Reggio Emilia of historic-artistic interest, such as Sabbioneta, Guastalla, Correggio, Scandiano, Novellara, as well as very interesting itineraries and visits to castles located in the land once owned by Matilde di Canossa.

Nature lovers can make fascinating excursions to both the Emilian Apennines and along the Po River. Those wishing to know more about Italian folklore can visit several fairs and markets selling local products.

For sportspersons, the province of Reggio Emilia offers mountain biking and road cycling routes, swimming, tennis, horseback riding, athletics, golf, climbing at Pietra di Bismantova, skiing in the Emilian Apennines, and canoeing on the Enza River.

On a day trip you can also reach towns such as Modena, Parma, Bologna, Ferrara, Mantua, Ravenna, Padua, Verona, Venice, Florence, seaside resorts (both on the Adriatic and Ligurian coasts) and tourist locations on Lake Garda.



Next




Romolo Valli TheaterRomolo Valli Theater
Flea marketFlea market
Trekking in the ApenninesTrekking in the Apennines