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Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini

A temple for motor fans dedicated to Ferruccio Lamborghini
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Sant'Agata Bolognese

MUDETEC Museum & the Lamborghini Factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese

A journey into the myth of 'The Bull'
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Imola

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola

An impressive place in the centre of the Motor Valley that offers a unique experience where the history of motors plays the starring role.
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Badolo (Sasso Marconi)

The Rocca di Badolo Via Ferrata

A sandstone rock wall where it is possible to climb
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Monte Pizzo

Paragliding on Mount Pizzo

A unique, adrenaline-pumping experience in Mount Pizzo
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Marzabotto
Riola

Accessible path: Memory and Nature with our eyes closed

A four-day hike that's fully accessible for people with visual impairments
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Parco dei Gessi e dei Calanchi dell'Abbadessa

Potholing in the Spipola and Farneto Caves

A true caving experience inside geological formations rich in history and nature
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Accessible path: Outdoor 365

Accessible cycling and walking routes in Bologna
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Molinella

Skydiving in Molinella

In Molinella there are several areas equipped for those who want to take a free-fall trip in the wind
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Bologna
Firenze

Accessible path: Via degli Dei (The path of Gods)

130 km di trekking accessibile a persone con disabilità visiva
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Hamlet of Qualto

Dating back to the 1200s, Qualto is the oldest village in San Benedetto Val di Sambro
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Hamlet of Mordano

Mordano is a medieval village composed of two settlements: Mordano and Bubano
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Hamlet of Pieve di Cento

Known as ‘little Bologna’ due to its long porticoed footpaths, Pieve di Cento is a town in the Plains of Bologna on the right bank of the River Reno
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The Frattona Woods Natural Oasis

Frattona Woods is a 19-hectare natural oasis just outside the city of Imola that extends along the valley of the Correcchio torrent (a tributary of the Sillaro)
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Vena del Gesso Park

A park to protect the longest chalk relief in Italy, which lies between Imola and Faenza
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The Quadrone Oasis

The ‘Quadrone’ is a natural treasure in the area of Medicina. A Wildlife Oasis since 1985, it covers approximately 270 hectares
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Bisana Forest

This forest is found on the Bisana floodplain which has formed between the municipality of Galliera and Pieve di Cento following the accumulation of debris transported by the River Reno in front of the Panfilia Woods
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Ecological Rebalancing Area – The San Vitale Floodplain

An area consisting of the floodplain of the Reno River and a forest of more than 30 hectares
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La Rizza Oasis

A 40-hectare natural area characterized by vast biodiversity where you can see numerous species of birds including the white stork
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Ponds of the Crevalcore Ex-Sugar Refinery

An ecological rebalancing area consisting of the settling tanks of the old Crevalcore sugar plant
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Castel San Pietro Terme (BO)
Villaggio della Salute Più, Monterenzio (BO)

Accessible trail: Valle del Sillaro

The first of four accessible walking and cycling routes along the Sillaro Valley
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Loiano
Loiano

Accessible trail: All-in BOM.B.A

An off-road trail accessible to people with disabilities
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La Bora

An environmental rebalancing area which encircles two large lakes created by a quarry that was abandoned in the 1980s
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Parco Regionale dell’Abbazia di Monteveglio (Regional Park of the Abbey of Monteveglio)

The Parco Regionale dell’Abbazia di Monteveglio is 26 km from the heart of Bologna, nestled in the Samoggia Valley
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