Hotel Nuovo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via del Porto, 6, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40122, Italy
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families77
  • Couples66
  • Solo83
  • Business65

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Forum Posts

train from Camolgi (Genoa) to Bologna

by planedust

When I look online for a train from Camogli to Bologna on Thursday 24 June it says "no solution" Can anyone give me some assistance?

Re: train from Camolgi (Genoa) to Bologna

by alza

hi planedust,
perhaps the Trenitalia website doesn't offer schedules so far in advance? Your request is 5 months in advance. I got "No solution" when I entered June as travel date too.
I entered searches for February through May and all came back with many options.
You could do the same, it would give you an idea of frequency and prices, length of trips (depending on connecting cities), etc.

I doubt that the schedules would change completely starting in June.
Maybe there's another answer to your query. Good luck in your planning.

Re: train from Camolgi (Genoa) to Bologna

by effeti

Alza is right (ciao, Lou!). Too much in advance. But chances are that the sumemr schedule won't differ too much from the actual one, so explore closer dates for now...

Re: train from Camolgi (Genoa) to Bologna

by cgf

It's too early June, 24th
anyhow you should go to LaSpezia by train or bus and then to Parma/Bologna

Travel Tips for Bologna

A city to wonder.

by MarvintheMartian

Bologna's most remarkable sights are the endless kilometers of porticoes that line buildings throughout the city. Begun during the 14th century, porticoes offered a solution to the housing crisis of a growing city; buildings expanded into the street while leaving room for mounted riders to pass underneath. The building frenzy lasted several centuries, resulting in an enormous diversity of architectural styles, from Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque. You will be hard pressed to find two porticos of the same design and decoration, though all serve the same function and are roughly the same size. Wondering through the porticoes - espcially about the University quarter.

An unusual perspective

by Laserone

Get on the Via Saragozza and keep the left side of the road while leaving the city walls to the back of you. In a matter of 10/15 min. walk, you will arrive to a big gate at a corner with a secondary road, wich leads into an uneven gravel and clear-cut grass garden. This is Villa Spada. Walk to the other end of the building and go up the staircase where you will find yourself in a labirinth of green. Continue walking uphill west and you will find you are on a round and smooth hill from where you will see the Basilica of San Luca in the distance, and when you turn around 180degrees, there goes Bologna! This is IDEAL for WARM or LUKE WARM temperatures at day and night (FOR STARWATCHING, too!).

Bologna Bus Station

by darkjedi

Bologna Bus Station is convieniently located 200m from the main railway station. The station discharges busses and coaches to all local towns and also longer distance routes. There are large electronic displays all over the building and everywhere is signposted well.


by darkjedi about Nutella

Nutella is that lovely, gooey hazelnut chocolate spread countless backpackers discovered in Europe and then waxed poetic about when they got home and could no longer buy it. It’s now available just about everywhere.

it’s a kind of fast-food chain, not unlike a McDonald’s for Nutella. We knew it was on via Independenza but couldn't find it when walking along a few times. However, if you find the statue of Garibaldi mounted on his horse, you'll find the Nutellaria just behind him under cover of a portico and well hidden away.

For just a couple of Euros each you can enjoy, Nutella pizza, Nutello crepes, Nutella ice cream, or a lovely Nutella cornflake slice.

Yum! Cornflake slices

Piazza maggiore

by vysnaite

Here we go with the main sighseeing =).
the main Square "heart of the city" where you can find the main sights for your hungry eyes. Medieval buildings (Well, if you are lucky and won't get to Bologna at the time when they are mounting the open cinema in the main square ;)).

From here you can see fountain of Neptun, at the right from it - Palace of Accursio with few museums, in front of the square Basilica di S. Petronio, on the right from it Palazzo dei Notai, to the left - Palazzo dei Banchi. In front of Basilica or to the left of the fountain Palazzo re Enzo and Palazzo del Podestà here you'll find and tourist information. Ask the staff for a map of Bologna, they add quite useful short description of the main sigtseeing things.


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Address: Via del Porto, 6, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40122, Italy