Spring blossoms and Easter is here: the Inn reopens!

Locanda Le Due Querce of Reggio Emilia is the ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful surrounding landscapes that take in spring colors and irresistible perfumes.
A few kilometers from the inn Spring blooms and you can simultaneously admire the snow-covered peaks of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines overlooking the green hills, full of pretty flowers. A relaxing stroll in flower-filled meadows in fact offers the opportunity to see up close the beautiful daffodils, narcissuses, or primroses of the Apennines, a very rare species of wild flowers in the Apennines, known for its beauty.

In this season the rivers and the streams are full of water and run between the valleys forming streams and waterfalls that create a fantastic scenery. The milder climate allows for bike tours, hiking, horseback riding. It ‘also possible to practice climbing on the wall Stone Bismantova and perform cardio-protected paths around the massif.

 

egg-1241964Locanda Le Due Querce reopens in late March after the winter closure, coinciding with the Easter holidays, that the Christian religion is one of the most important holidays. In this territory rich in tradition and renowned for good food, you can not miss the traditional Easter foods: Locanda Le Due Querce has a restaurant service much appreciated by its guests, and offers the opportunity to know and appreciate the best typical local dishes.

For example, the Easter dinner includes: a first base chard and ricotta tortelli in “the old Emilia and Modena style”, or a risotto with leeks and sausage. The second is represented by the breaded lamb chops fried and grilled, stewed sheep with vol au vent of velvety polenta with porcini. Among the Easter cakes appear the inevitable colomba with mascarpone mousse and strawberries.

A stay at the Locanda Le Due Querce in spring is ideal for a gastronomic journey to be made on farms in the area, where you can taste the typical products of the region famous all over the world, from the fresh and aged cheeses, fine meats, to fresh pasta and baked goods.

Many wineries in the area, famous for its DOC wines, are open and organize guided tours, during which wine lovers can learn about the history and the wine production stages, and of course can take advantage of rich tasting offers.