Forlì

Forlì

"Romagna solatìa, dolce paese | cui regnarono Guidi e Malatesta, | cui tenne pure il Passator cortese, | re della strada, re della foresta." (Romagna by Giovanni Pascoli)

Forlì, with its 117 553 inhabitants, is the capital of the province of Forlì-Cesena, in the heart of Romagna.
Founded in 188 BC, under the name of Forum Livii in Latin, it has been the capital of the province of Forlì since the beginning of the Kingdom of Italy, which also included the entire Riviera Romagnola and Rimini.

And you, why would you like to visit it? Admire the impregnable fortresses of the Rocca? Shoveling passatelli and good wine in your throat? Strolling along Dante's paths?

Get lost with whoever you want among tasty piadinas, sparkling mosaics and the beaches of the Riviera and discover all the wonders of Romagna!