Discover the medieval village of Santarcangelo, in the heart of Romagna, where eating and drinking are considered a must, both for the local people and their guests.
Walking through the village you’ll see many local delicatessen shops where pasta is still made with mattarello (rolling pin) and the piadina (typical bread with many different fillings). Many restaurants, bars, wineries, where you can “taste” the local welcoming along with the unmissable Sangiovese red wine.
During the visit you will discover the Sant Arcangelo sotterranea (underground caves), a real hidden village with its galleries and tunnels and the Tonino Guerra Museum with more than 60 canvas, sculptures, ceramics and prints.
Then a special visit to the princess castle dated 1386.
Finally, typical tasting with Sangiovese wine and local food.