Antica Residenza d'Azeglio

Via Massimo d'Azeglio 64, Bologna, 40124, Italy

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    Wonderful hosts, comfortable stay


    When I think about my recent trip to Italy, Antica Residenza d'Azeglio comes to mind first. The hosts Ago and Roberto made our stay very memorable. They are the most accommodating, friendly, helpful and gracious hosts. The rooms are very comfortable, spotlessly clean. Breakfast plentiful and delicious. Roberto was always there with all sorts of advice for restaurants, visits, booking taxi, or just to offer a cup of espresso after we come back from a long day of touring. The rooms are nicely appointed with beautiful furniture. Air conditioner worked perfectly (individual controls in every room), strong wi-fi signal (you only have to log in once), lots of books on Bologna and surrounding areas, adapters if you happen to leave yours at home... I can't think of a single thing to complain. Perfect stay. Would love to come back and would certainly recommend this Bed & Breakfast to anyone without any hesitation!

    Unique Quality: Very close to Centro Storico (5 minutes at the most), lots of great restaurants in the immediate surrounding area, very safe at night. But the secret lies in the warmth and hospitality of the owners, Ago and Roberto. They are incredible hosts who will go to great length to accomodate their guests wishes. We always had a bottle of wine, a basket of fruit and fresh bottled water replenished daily. It was all included in our price together with an excellent breakfast: many kinds of yogurts, croissants, fruits, cold meat cuts, fruit juices, and of course, amazing cappucinos and espressos. What a way to start your travels in Italy!

    Directions: Just off the historical central part of Bologna in a quiet residential area.

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Forum Posts

Hotel in Bologna

by Roily

Hello fellow VTers.
We are flying in to Bologna this summer and will stay for one evening. We are looking for a nice hotel downtown 150-200 Euros 3 or 4 stars. Any suggestions?

RE: Hotel in Bologna

by mccalpin

Several years ago, we stayed at the Hotel Jolly Gare - - and it was fine. Is it three or four stars? Hmmmn, I have no idea, but it is a business class hotel and not someplace for backpackers.

The hotel is a block or so away from Bologna's train station, in case that is your next destination. The hotel is on the northern edge of the city center, so the dead center of town is a little walk away, but the walk is nice and much of it is under those arcades that Bologna is famous for. We are in our 50s and were with my mother-in-law who was in her 70s, and we had no problem walking around town.

The airport is also north of town, so it's not hard to get there from here. Note that on the website, the hotel advertises a shuttle to the airport, and as I recall, there is bus service from the airport to the train station nearby. Of course, if you can afford to stay in the Jolly, you can also afford the taxi to the hotel, if the hotel shuttle is not convenient ;-)


RE: RE: Hotel in Bologna

by Roily

Hi Bill,

Thanks so much for your input.

I know you are a dependent VTer when it comes to Italy.

Le ringrazio.


RE: RE: Hotel in Bologna

by texasdago

We've stayed at the San Donato - it's now run by Best Western (as are so many small hotels in Europe) but it is nice and extremely central.

You're just a stone's throw from all the main sights in Bologna.

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Travel Tips for Bologna

Climate in Bologna

by Leipzig

Rainy season: There is no special rainy season

Avg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 15 – 26°C ( 59 - 79°F ); min: 6 - 13°C ( 43 - 55°F )
Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 28 – 30°C ( 82 - 86°F ); min: 16 - 18°C ( 60 - 64°F )
Avg. Temp. in Autumn: max.: 11 – 26°C ( 51 - 79°F); min: 5 - 15°C ( 41 – 59°F )
Avg. Temp. in Winter: max.: 6 – 9°C ( 43 - 49°F); min: 0 - 1°C ( 32 - 34°F )

Geting to Bologna

by croisbeauty

I never travel by public transportation, instead I am traveling by car.
To get to Bologna there are tree possible road directions:
- A4 plus A13 from direction of Trieste
- A1 from direction of Milano
- A22 from direction of Brennero.
As in most of Italian cities, parking in the central part of the town is a huge problem. There are too many cars inside the city because great majority of Italian use it to move around. I suggest you to park your car in the garages, it will cost you a bit more but your car will be safe and, more important, you wont spend half of a day in searching parking fo free.
Besides, city center is limited traffic area and you risk fine.

Very Good

by Burova about Taverna dei Lords

Nice and elegant place, old tavern style. Very good choice of wines and affettati (salami & hams), originating from Marche, a region of central Italy quite renown for good food. A friendly waiter suggests you the best plates of the day. Try the hand made tortelloni filled with goat cheese and radicchio. It?s better to reserve in the evening as the place is not very big. You can eat with more or less 30?, wines excluded. Tortelloni with goat cheese and radicchio
Roasted pork

Palazzo Comunale

by Pomska

There's a huge panel covered with photographs of Italian partisans killed during the WWII outside the palazzo. It's interesting!

Palazzo Comunale is Bologna's Town Hall. You can find an extensive collection of medieval and Renaissance paintings, sculpture and furniture inside the palazzo.

Porta Galliera

by darkjedi

In the center of Piazza della Septembre is a city gate. The gate was built in 1661 on the remains of its 12th century predecessor. It was designed in a typical Baroque style by Bartolomeo Provaglia. In the garden opposite there is a statue of Ugo Bassi which was cast by Carlo Parmaggiani in 1888.


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Address: Via Massimo d'Azeglio 64, Bologna, 40124, Italy