The recent growth of business has turned Aulla into an
important link for exchanges between Tuscany and Emilia Romagna (the
region next to Tuscany). A large Exhibition Complex hosts numerous Fairs
taking place the whole year round.
Very little is left of the old town; the Brunella Fortress
is, however, well worth a visit. It is a manor house of great dimension,
which is now home to the Natural History Museum of Lunigiana.
In Aulla and the surroundings
Events in Aulla
To be seen in the vicinity of Aulla: Bibola,
Caprigliola and Podenzana
the village where the 'Panigacci' (a type of food baked in terra-cotta
earthenware dishes) originates.