Lugo di Romagna is a lively town near Ravenna, where is expressed the popular culture of Romagna Region, always ready to hospitality typical of this region of north-east of Italy.
Lugo town centre has in interesting variety of architectural styles from various periods of its history along the centuries.
The symbol of the town is the stronghold Rocca Estense (now the town hall headquarters). In front of the Rocca, there is the monumental quadriporticus known as Pavaglione, built between 1771 and 1783 to house the thriving silk worms market. Today the building hosts a six century old market and is the setting for cultural events and shows.
Nearby lies the Monument to Francesco Baracca (1936), hero of the Italian air force during the First World War; the homonymous museum is just a short walk away. It houses Baracca's Spad VII airplane with his coat of arms representing a rampant horse, which has inspired the symbol of Ferrari's sport cars.