Located in the heart of Romagna, along the Via Emilia, Forlì is a peaceful town that offers its visitors a relaxed yet lively atmosphere: the city, in fact, boasts a significant cultural offer linked to major exhibitions and museums, among which stand out the San Domenico Museums that host one of the six examples in the world of the extraordinary Ebe by Antonio Canova, as well as cultural events of high quality, all enriched by the presence of numerous restaurants and typical venues where you can enjoy the renowned and traditional cuisine of Romagna.
The historic center of the city is characterized by Piazza Saffi (Saffi’s Square), a true crossroads of stories and styles that enriched Forlì, its culture and its neighborhoods over the years: among the largest squares in Italy, it’s surrounded by different buildings dating back to various historical periods, among which stands out the imposing Bell Tower of the Roman Basilica of Saint Mercuriale, symbol of the city of Forlì. Piazza Cavour with the Orselli Gardens and the covered market is also very characteristic, and in the evening it comes alive thanks to a huge number of bars, restaurants, ice cream parlours and breweries.
The San Domenico Museum
The Rational District
The Ravaldino Fortress
The City Park "Franco Agosto"
Here’s what you can do in Forlì!
These are just some of the experiences you can find in Forlì.