Continuing along via Garibaldi you come to the Cathedral of San Cassiano, on the right. A little further on comes the town’s symbol, the Rocca Sforzesca, a splendid example of military architecture between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The town centre, however, reserves many surprises: at its heart stand the old convent complexes of S. Francesco and S. Domenico, the Museo e Pinacoteca Diocesani e delle Carrozze (Diocesan and Carriage Museum and Art Gallery), the old Farmacia dell’Ospedale (Hospital Pharmacy) and beautiful stately buildings with colonnaded courtyards, spectacular stairways and elegant frescoed ceilings.
Remember, Imola is also the gateway to Romagna, which means that any historical-cultural tour simply has to be accompanied by an itinerary for the tastebuds, giving visitors the opportunity to discover the local delights of cappelletti, garganelli, tagliatelle, friggione, piadina, ciambella, ravioli and the excellent Colli d’Imola wines.
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