From here you can catch a comfortable train ride on the picturesque Faentina railway, to reach Florence, Faenza, Ravenna or Bologna, as well as the medieval towns of Brisighella, Riolo Terme and San Marino. Other destinations a short drive away are the lively coastline of Romagna, the characteristic rolling hills of the Mugello area, the Bilancino lake and the Imola and Mugello racetracks.
Marradi is the birthplace of the great Italian poet Dino Campana, namesake of an important research centre. The old town of Marradi is very refined, including Le Scalelle square, the 18th century Animosi Theatre and a number of aristocratic buildings.
Main destinations in the surrounding region are, the Gamogna Hermitage, founded by St. Pier Damiano, the abbey of Santa Reparata in Salto, the parish of Lozzole and other secluded historical pearls, that can be reached through gorgeous scenic routes.
Marradi is proud of a renowned culinary tradition, being the meeting point of the cuisines of Tuscany and Romagna. Popolano di Sotto is the heaven of foodies, starting point of food and wine discovery experiences, in Tuscany and closeby Romagna.