Best Western Hotel City

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Magenta 10, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40128, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
28%
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Very Good
45%
33
Average
17%
13
Poor
8%
6
Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 51% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families86
  • Couples78
  • Solo100
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

Milan train station -> to Linate airport? Travel options

by ridgestreet

What is the quickest most economical way to get from the Milan train station to Linate airport. Is there a shuttle? How often does it run and what is the cost? Would a taxi be a better option? Rate?

I have read the distance between these locations is only 7km or 4 miles. The only reference to a shuttle is the STARFLY, and it takes 30 minutes. Could this be true?

Re: Milan train station -> to Linate airport? Travel options

by mccalpin

"Departure from: Air Terminal Piazza Luigi di Savoia
Timetable: from 05.40 a.m. to 09.35 p.m. Journeys every day, every 30 minutes
Tickets can be bought at Air Terminal Stazione Centrale or on the bus"

The Starfly doesn't take 30 minutes, it leaves every 30 minutes from Milano Centrale. See the official airport website (which I think you already did). Another website says that the trip take 25 minutes, but I am sure that this varies based on the time of day and traffic...

Bill

Re: Milan train station -> to Linate airport? Travel options

by call_me_rhia

Btw
if there's four of you, getting a cab is cheaper than taking the bus.

Re: Milan train station -> to Linate airport? Travel options

by cgf

As the cheapest option there was also city buses but you shold change at S.Babila and it takes almost 1 hour.
Km are a little bit more then 7, anyway there is always (except August) quite a lot of trafic that's why 30 min. usually it takes [a little bit] less.

Travel Tips for Bologna

Walk through the centre of the...

by alexae

Walk through the centre of the town. In few hours your can visit the whole old town.
It's worth: Piazza Maggiore (the Main Square), the enchanting Piazza Santo Stefano,
the old Jewish Ghetto, the churches of San Domenico and San Francesco, the
University.... and obviously pass under the two towers, the symbol of Bologna,
the oldest skyscrapers you can imagine... .... and when you are tired, find yourself a nice bar or wine bar, and drink a glass of wine (or, if too expensive, just a cup of coffee) ... Let's speak about food and Bologna.
Bologna is famous for tortellini, lasagne, tagliatelle al ragù (with minced meat sauce), mortadella... but never ask spaghetti bolognaise, they don't exist! In Bologna you should eat meat sauce with egg pasta (as tagliatelle), not with spaghetti.

ROXY BAR

by Azhut

This bar is I think the most known bar is Bologna. The reason is that our musician Vasco Rossy, wrote a song that contains its name, so for Rossi's Fans this bar is a cult.
Don't forget to go there, the service is fast and there is a nice atmosphere.

Via Rizzoli, 9

Quite easy by train, as Bolgna...

by wadekorzan

Quite easy by train, as Bolgna is one of the major railway hubs of Italy. Located about 1 hour 45 minutes south of Milan, one hour north of Florence, and one hour north of Rimini, for access to San Marino.
Walking is the best and most convenient way to see the old city.

Sorbetteria Castiglione - top class ice cream

by sue_stone about Sorbetteria Castiglione

I had read about a very special place to have some gelato - apparently locals travelled from the other side of town just to sample a creamy scoop or two.

Sorbetteria Castiglione was its name, and it was worth our walk in the rain. This gelateria/pasticceria/bar was thankfully open on a Sunday afternoon. I was pleased as I got to see evidence of locals pulling up in their cars and not only buying a couple of scoops to eat then, but also some takeaway tubs to eat later. The staff were smiley and friendly, and patient while we scanned the various flavours. Alex opted for the chocolate and coffee flavours, while I had the coffee and coconut. The ice cream was lovely - nice and creamy.

Go there!

Two towers-Due Torri

by prleprle

In middle ages Bologna has several dozens of family towers. The most important families had the tallest ones. Several of that towers survive all that centuries. This 2 in background of picture are also symbols of Bologna (Due Torri). Tallest one is Assinelli Tower (1109-1119), 97.2 meters high and open for public. Other one is Garisenda Tower and it's 47 meters high. On the back of towers are Basilica di S.Bartolomeo from XVI century interesting for paintings of Ludovico Carraci and Guido Reni.

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Address: Via Magenta 10, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40128, Italy