from 1 January 2018 until 31 December 2018
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Imola

Our hotel is located in an extremely convenient position for those who want to explore the beauties of Imola.

Every place is easily reachable on foot, but Hotel Ziò provides its guests with 4 free bicycles, ready to be used whenever you need.

The most famous place to visit in Imola is surely the International Racing Track "Enzo e Dino Ferrari". For years it has been the setting for the "grand Prix of San Marino", one of the most famous stages of the F1 World Grand Prix. A bronze statue commemorates the pilot Ayrton Senna, who met the death on the track in 1994.
Many other world-known events take place in the Racing Track, such as Le Mans Championship, Superbike Championship, and F2 Grand Prix. Some musical festivals have been set there too, the most important of which are "Heineken Jammin' Festival" and "Sonisphere".

If you are interested in manual arts and handicrafts, you might want to visit the historical factory buildings and museum of "Cooperativa Ceramica", an historic factory that exports its high-quality ceramics products worldwide. The factory, that has been active since 1874, is a 5-minute walk away from Hotel Ziò.

"Rocca Sforzesca" is a beautiful castle built in the XIII century, between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It can boast a great collection of arms and armours and many other attractives - one among them, the summer open-air cinema.

The International Piano Academy "Incontri col Maestro", one of the most prestigious schools of advanced musical studies, is also hosted within Rocca Sforzesca.

If you decide to go for a walk towards the city centre let your eyes wander, but make sure you do not miss the Theatre "Ebe Stignani". Built in 1810 and recently restored, it can please up to 500 people with its varied selection of shows on the bill.

A few meters away from the Theatre, you can find Imola Civic Library. It dates back to VIX century and contains beautiful frescoes and stuccos by local artists and, of course, many rare and ancient books. The Library is the core of the cultural life of the city: many exhibitions, conferencesa and readings take place in its halls.

Very close to the amazing Duomo church of Imola there is "Palazzo Tozzoni", the ancient residence of the noble family Tozzoni, which was donated to the city by their last descendant. It contains a huge collection of local art masterpieces, from paintings to sculptures and tapestries.