Polesine Parmense (Emilia Romagna)

Polesine Parmense is a town in the Emilia-Romagna region, located about 120 kilometres (75 mi) northwest of Bologna and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) northwest of Parma. The town is known for the Antica Corte Pallavicina, built at the beginning of the 15th century upon an existing fort of the marquees Pallavicino from Polesine. The Antica Corte Pallavicina presents fabulous cellars where cured meats season, cheeses and wines are preserved. Now, after an accurate restoration work, it's back to the ancient splendours: the court hosts an elegant restaurant (1 Michelin star) and a luxury hotel.

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Speckled with pretty orange bits of cantaloupe, this cake is as lovely as it is luscious.


This honey walnut pie is a specialty of Emilia-Romagna, especially Modena, and is traditionally served during festive times. 


Two specialties of Italy, panforte (“strong bread”) and its predecessor panpepato (“peppered bread”), are not breads at all, but closer to fruitcakes featuring many spices. 


It’s hard to imagine an improvement on Emilia-Romagna’s classic meat sauce, but Chef Igor Morini adds several inspirations to this traditional dish. 

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Ciao a tutti

Might anyone have a flat/house a family of three-four could rent between 1 Sept-30 Nov 2023 in Modena? I’m a researcher on sabbatical visiting from New Zealand. Options like Airbnb and Stayz are ridiculously expensive for such a long period. 

Grazie mille,

@She57 asks:

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We have residency in Italy and are thinking of renting out our property in Emilia-Romagna through Airbnb and have a few questions which we hope someone may be able to help us with:-

1. How easy is the registration process through the SCIA?

Has anybody had problems caused by common reporting standards (CRS)?