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  • The Palazzo Ducale in the wonderful city of Modena

    The Palazzo Ducale in the wonderful city of Modena

    In order not to miss anything for a fantastic stay in which relaxation and excursions can be found pleasantly, Locanda Le Due Querce has decided to suggest you a fantastic visit to the city of Modena. >>

  • Montegibbio Caste: a fantastic place to discover

    The strategic position of “Locanda Le Due Querce” allows you to visit the natural and architectural beauties of Emilia!
    In less than an hour drive you can reach the famous Castle of Montegibbio, located in the city of Sassuolo. It was built on the hills of the Apennines, especially in the medieval village of Montegibbio, from which the name derives. >>

  • Sally Ross and the first European Exhibition in Reggio Emilia

    Sally Ross and the first European Exhibition in Reggio Emilia

    To complete your stay at “La Locanda le Due Querce” and don’t miss anything, we thought that you might appreciate a visit to the city of Reggio Emilia. In addition to the fantastic and famous places that are there, such as the Temple of the Beata Vergine della Ghiara and Palazzo Ducale, also the Maramotti collection is worth a visit. >>

  • Locanda Le Due Querce: reopening with fantastic spring initiatives

    Locanda Le Due Querce: reopening with fantastic spring initiatives

    With the sprouting of flowers the Locanda Le Due Querce feels the need to blossom!
    From 31/03 begins a season full of surprises, with the reopening of our hotel-restaurant: the arrival of spring in fact increases the irrepressible desire to escape from the chaotic life of the city. >>

  • Spring is coming: extraordinary proposals for an unforgettable holiday

    Spring is coming: extraordinary proposals for an unforgettable holiday

    Spring offers the opportunity to live fantastic culinary experiences and more.
    Locanda Le Due Querce, thanks to its strategic position, allows you to enjoy fantastic natural landscapes, to grow your passions and to participate in local initiatives. >>

  • Easter in folk italian regional traditions

    Easter in folk italian regional traditions

    If you want to visit new places, discover new traditions, both cultural and culinary, or simply if you want to spend an alternative Easter period, then you just have to spend it in the province of Reggio Emilia. An area that has always offered many opportunities for recreation through the traditions and through its magnificent historical places. >>

  • Spring in the Apennines: gentianella and primrose

    Spring in the Apennines: gentianella and primrose

    The view of the Apennines changes with the changing of the seasons, the colors alternate and dress the mountains with the white of the snow, then with the green of the grass just popped and then add pink and blue brushstrokes, the colors of the spring blooms . From winter to spring, the Apennines gradually let the snow melt and make daffodil, gentianelle and primrose bloom. >>

  • Weddings in Reggio Emilia: traditions and mores

    Weddings in Reggio Emilia: traditions and mores

    Each Italian Region is characterized by very particular traditions and customs, which distinguish it clearly from the other territories of the peninsula. This also applies to weddings: these are really important events, especially in times gone by. As a result, the ceremony was accompanied by rituals and customs that emphasized its relevance. >>

  • The Emilian carnival: tradition and masks

    The Emilian carnival: tradition and masks

    Carnival is a festival of ancient origins: in fact it developed from the Saturnalia of Ancient Rome and with Christianity it became the event that marked the beginning of the Lenten fasting. In Italy, over the centuries, various Carnival Masks were born and spread, starting from the tradition of puppets, the Commedia dell’Arte and the Teatro buffonesco. >>

  • Main attractions in the city of Reggio Emilia

    Main attractions in the city of Reggio Emilia

    Piazza Prampolini is the largest square in the city, so much so that its inhabitants also call it “Piazza Grande” (=big square) because it surely appears even bigger if compared to the nearby Piazza San Prospero, much smaller. On the four sides of the square it is possible to admire the main attractions of Reggio Emilia. >>