domenica 16 giugno 2013

Dozza - Borghi più belli d'Italia

Dozza is a very  popular destination in Emilia - Romagna Region, billed as "one of the prettiest little villages in Italy."

 It is a walled town, with narrow cobbled streets and vehicles mostly excluded.

The town's two main streets are brightly decorated with murals by a collection of artists from all over the world. 

I love fashion, and obviosly I photographed the pictures that remind me a shooting.

 At the top of the village, there is the castle, called "La Rocca". With the gates and walls, this little town was a stronghold of the family that held Imola and much of the surrounding territory. 

Inside the medival fortress there is a surprise: a wine bar: Enoteca Regionale Emilia - Romagna.

A wine bar inside a medieval fortress is not something that happens every day.
La Rocca alone is worth the visit: it is beautifully preserved and restored. The Enoteca, located  inside the castle, is worth seeing just for the setting.
You can find all wines of the region recommended by the sommelier.

If you are a wine lover you can find here the events for the summer.