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Bagno di Romagna is a touristic resort in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Appennines, which is known for its thermal water. It has got about 6.000 inhabitants and it is in the centre of a nice triangle, among Ravenna, Perugia and Florence, that connects it to Tuscany, Umbria and Romagna.The territory of the municipality of Bagno di Romagna is situated very close to the Appennines’ crest, which divides Romagna from Tuscany. With its 233 square Km it is the third most extended town in the province of Forlì, including also a sizeable part of the Casentinesi Forests, today included into the National Park that has got the same name. So the characteristic of Bagno di Romagna is that of being surrounded by the Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona e Campigna and, while you are walking around or chatting in the cafés of a suburb, you can breathe a balsamic “park air”, because of the closeness of the forests, which is also pure, like the water that flows from here to the Romagnola Riviera.
Bagno di Romagna is a touristic resort in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Appennines, which is known for its thermal water.
The greenness, the quietness, the pureness of the elements – these are already effective medicines in themselves – add to the benefits of the thermal water, to which Bagno di Romagna owes its origin and name. In fact, three modern establishments exalt the ancient therapeutic qualities through an offering that is among the widest in Italy, because it also includes some health and beauty centres, beauty farms and fitness centres.
The territory is varied, well-preserved and stimulating, rich in history, in mounts and forests, in deserted valleys, in lakes, while a good stay is assured by comfortable hotels, farms, farm holidays, residencies.
You can easily reach Bagno di Romagna by car, arriving first in Forlì and then driving on the E45 as far as the thermal centre.