Casa Ilaria

Largo Respighi 8, Bologna, 40126, Italy
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Forum Posts

Bologna to Ravenna

by Chris_Monaghan

Hi Bologna Forum
I want to visit Ravenna next month for a week and it looks like I have to fly into Bologne.
Any advice on trains or Buses going from Bologna to Ravenna.
Thanks!

Re: Bologna to Ravenna

by Jetgirly

There are frequent trains from the main Bologna station to Ravenna.

Re: Bologna to Ravenna

by javed

train is a good option, check www.trenitalia.it for times and prices

Re: Bologna to Ravenna

by qaminari

It's very easy, the airport bus drops you at the station in Bologna and from there there are frequent trains to Ravenna, it isn't very far (don't forget to stamp your train ticket in the machine before you get on the train).

Re: Bologna to Ravenna

by balanzone

Bologna airport to train station you can take the bus shuttel http://www.atc.bo.it/CMS_Software/XMLEngine.asp?p=0661684224#Aeroporto-Stazione
You should to visit Bologna too..is a very nice city..like Ravenna. Good Trip!

Travel Tips for Bologna

Tortelli, Tortelloni e Tortellini...

by MM212

Bologna and the Emilia-Romagna region have a rich gastronomic tradition, considered the best in Italy. Numerous dishes and ingredients originate in this region, including i tortellini, i tortelli, il ragù (referred to as bolognese sauce), and la mortadella, to name only a few. The city has numerous gourmet food shops that display a mesmerising amount of tortelli, tortelloni and tortellini, as well as other food products that make one salivate! The city takes great pride in its exquisite gastronomy, and fortunately, visitors can sample this cuisine at many of the city's numerous fine restaurants, and combine them with superb regional wines. Buon appetito!

Irish Pub

by Gillianina about Auld Dubliner

Very nice Irish Pub (there are some in Bologna). Anyway I often go there, I like the atmosphere. They serve good beer (of course) and snacks. However you can also have dinner and lunch there cos it's open all day long.

A Bit of Sicily in Bologna

by von.otter about Ristorante Teresina

“I am at length joined to Bologna, where I am settled like a sausage, and shall be broiled like one, if this weather continues.”
— from a letter dated 6.June.1819 written by Lord Byron to Mr. Hoppner

Ristorante Teresina is a charming, small, family-owned and operated restaurant. The owner waits tables, as does his daughter.

The entrance is down a tiny alley (see photo #2) filled with potted plants and tables where guests can eat when the weather permits. The menu (see photos #4 + #5) is small with both meat and fish dishes, mainly Sicilian classics of good quality. They had homemade pasta in sauce or in broth, grilled or fried fish dishes, grilled or roasted meats.

The traditional Sicilian dessert, cannoli, (see photo #3) is a must to end your meal.

classic bolito misto....

by marktynernyc about Da Bertino & Figli

My hotel suggested this my last night - one of the last places that serves traditional bolito misto. I was the only non-Italian in the place. Started with the tortellini in brodo was a meal unto itself. The broth was amazing - clear but with incredible flavor. I loved slurping the tortellini. Did the bolito misto - which was an assortment of tender cuts of cooked meats. A great last meal in Bologna.

Enjoy the tranquility of Piazza Maggiore

by MarvintheMartian

In the heart and centre of the city. This piazza reflects both Bologna's historical wealth, with it's collection of tidy monuments, and its modern day prosperity, as the city can afford to maintain the piazza in well-swrpt repair.

Piazza del Nettuno adjoins p. Maggiore and this is a picture of the famous 16th century bronze Neptune and Attendants statue and fountain, the work of Giambologna. The locals affectionatley call it "The Giant". Neptune reigns over the seas and a collection of extremely erotic sirens and water-babies

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