Bertinoro, called the Balcony of Romagna for its breathtaking view of the sea and the hills, is also an ancient town which has preserved its old structure with cobbled streets and glimpses into ancient times. The elegant and wide Piazza della Libertà is the heart of the town: on one side it opens up on the Romagna plain, on the other it shows the Cathedral, Palazzo Ordelaffi, the Tower and the Ring Column, the symbol of hospitality and the heart of Bertinoro's history and traditions. The castle dominates the town: magnifically restored, it hosts the University Residential Centre and the Interreligious Museum, an authentic cultural jewel dedicated to the three monoteistic religions. Two steps away from the heart of town you can reach the ancient jewish quarter or admire the high quality paintings located along two little panoramic alleys dedicated to grape harvesting and old crafts.
- Tourist Office Opening Hours
- from Monday to Friday 8.30 am-2.30 pm
tuesday and thursday 2.30 pm-6.30 pm
from may to october open also on saturday and Sunday
- Interfaith Museum
- For reservation call +39 0543/446600 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (the museum is currently closed)
- The Cathedral
- can be visited during the week by making a request to the tourist office
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Every Sunday in January, February and mid March
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