Casa Artusi offers you an unforgettable and authentic italian experience through the discovery of Italian values, such as hospitality and home cooking.


Immerse yourself in the heart of Italy, in Romagna, and let yourself be transported by the beauty of our land:

Via Emilia to experience the authentic italian lifestyle!

GUIDED VISIT of Casa Artusi

Discover the truest Italian gastronomic culture, the one developed in the home of Italian people based on the richest traditional flavours and fresh and genuine seasonal products. Discover it in Casa Artusi, a charming place where the taste of culture meets the culture of taste.

Forlimpopoli is the home town of Pellegrino Artusi, acknowledged father of Italian cookery, author of the famous ‘Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well’ cookbook. The very first Italian national cookbook, it is a collection of 790 recipes (each with a number!): the approach is that of a teaching manual (“I practise using this manual,” wrote Artusi, “one simply needs to know how to hold a ladle”), and recipes include considerations and short stories which make Artusi’s manual a masterpiece of wit and wisdom. The book is still printed since its first publication in 1891 and it has been translated into English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese.

Check point in front of the Castle (Rocca) in the town centre of Forlimpopoli (150 meters walk from Casa Artusi) or at Casa Artusi's BOOKSHOP via A. Costa 25 Forlimpopoli.

Historical introduction about Forlimpopoli, the City of Artusi.

Visit of the very first centre of gastronomic culture devoted to Italian home cooking in the monumental complex of Chiesa dei Servi, an area of 2800 squares metres, with: the library (municipal library, Artusi’s collection, and a collection of Italian gastronomic books and documents; 6 Internet works stations and wi-fi), the museum, the restaurant, the wine house and the cookery school (classroom with 20 individual fully equipped cooking stations).

45 minutes aprox

euro 5 each person

Reservation is requested

The Food Valley

Learn how to make pasta and cook our delicious local recipes (piadina, tagliatelle, cappelletti and so on) in Casa Artusi cookery school, taste and discover our local “food culture” visiting the best farms, dairies of our region and sip a glass of wine while visiting one of the many wineries in Emilia-Romagna.

Discover where the “King of cheeses”, “Parmigiano Reggiano DOP”, known all over the world, is produced, learn the history of “Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena DOP” while visiting its museum, find out the places where the “Culatello di Zibello DOP” is matured or enjoy a Gelato class at Gelato Museum Carpigiani and discover FICO Eataly World.

Discover our precious local artisans: the famous rust printed canvases from Romagna, the International Museum of Faenza Ceramics, the world of famous handmade footwear brands.

From fashion to cars! Emilia-Romagna is also known as the Motor Valley of Italy because of automotive titans such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ducati.

Thrill yourself with an adrenaline driving experience with Ferrari cars in Maranello and Ducati motorcycles in Bologna, the main town of our region, the city of tortellini and mortadella!

Not to mention our beautiful art cities like Ravenna, the old byzantine town, capital of mosaics, with 8 monuments included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List; Rimini with the Tiber Bridge, one of the most impressive Roman bridges still standing; Parma city of gastronomy and Italian Capital of Culture 2020; the romantic medieval hamlet of Brisighella; Cesenatico, on the Adriatic Sea coast, with its harbour entrance designed by Leonardo da Vinci.

Discover the “Biblioteca Malatestiana” in Cesena, the first civic library in Europe and the only example in the world of humanistic monastic library perfectly preserved and inscribed in UNESCO's Memory of the World Register.

Visit prestigious art exhibitions at “Musei San Domenico” in Forlì, an outstanding architectural example of Twentieth century’s rationalism and monumentalism.

Learn more about the history of three great monotheistic religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) at “Museo Interreligioso” in Bertinoro a little village known as the “Balcony of Romagna”.

Enjoy a walk and breathe fresh air in the National Park of “Foreste Casentinesi”, ride a bike in the Natural Park of Delta del Po, enjoy nordic walking on our beautiful beaches.

Pull the plug and treat yourself to wellness days in the Wellness Valley and much more in our special region!

If you are planning to visit us in June do not miss Festa Artusiana, if you are planning to visit us in September, do not miss “Settimana del buon vivere”, a week full of events dedicated each year to a different theme (People, Planet, Equity, Sustainability, …) with the participation of national and international guests, if you are planning to visit us in January do not miss truffle hunting …it’s always a good time to come to Italy and have a good time in Casa Artusi!

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