La Piazzetta della Pioggia

Via Riva di Reno 79, Bologna, 40100, Italy
La Piazzetta della Pioggia
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travelling to ravenna

by dewdney

I am travelling to Ravenna in mid-march to take a mosaic workshop. I have a flight from London to Bologna and don't get in til late. I wanted to know if it's best to overnight in Bologna or try to catch a late train to Ravenna. Does anyone know when the last train to Ravenna leaves from Bologna. Also is the Central train station as unsafe as I've heard it is? I'd really appreciate any info you could provide.

Thanks
Dewdney

RE: travelling to ravenna

by vj_nija

Hi Dewdney,

I'm not italian and I do not know much bout safety in Bologna, but I really did hard work while planning my trip to Italy, so the train system is quite well known for me. For time tables and prices of italian trains you should check the web site: http://www.trenitalia.com/en/orari_biglietti/index.html
Fill in fields for town names and approximate time and you'll see several choises.

Good luck!
Virginija

RE: travelling to ravenna

by GiorgioVRitaly

Hi,
fom Bologna to Ravenna you have direct trains (about 1 hours and 15 minutes)
starting on 19.08 - 20.08 - 22.08

The last train will start on 22:35 but you must change train in Ferrara and you will arrive in Ravenna at 00.28am, after about 2 hours

Giorgio

Travel Tips for Bologna

This tip is for the shopping...

by yasi

This tip is for the shopping lovers:I recommend u a store that sells the designer shoes and clothes both for women and men at a reaaly reasonbale price(of course the previous seasons designer clothes but who cares u can always finf great items at very very reasonable price).
SOTTO SOTTO
Via Reno,7/2 40033
Casalecchio di Reno,bologna

Cheap tickets and different routes

by Azhut

The best way to visit Bologna is absolutely by bus becuase it's fast and cheap. There are many destinations to choose that give you the chance to discover the city and other places nearby (Palasport Malaguti for example).
To read more and to plan our trip go to the site below.

Excellent Value

by hawkhead about La Giunca

An unprepossing place but it's clean and friendly. The food is good and freshly cooked to order and brought to the table as each item is prepared. It is open on Sundays AND national holidays. Also serves Thai food and shushi. Cloth tablecloths and napkins. Serves alcohol (beer/wine and probably spirits). Menu is in three languages -Iitalian, Chinese and English. Fried vegetables - crisp and piping hot and a perfect texture.

Ruins close to bus station/Scala della Montagnola

by Airpunk

Probably no other country in the world has such an abundance of history like Italy. There are so many ruins in the cities - some of which haven't been touched for decades and (unfortunately) haven't been restaurated. In Bologna, you will find some ruins of a large building close to the bus station and the Scala della Montagnola. The building consisted of red bricks and is a leftover from roman times. Further information about that one would be appreciated. I know, there is a plaque explaining age and function, but I can't remember what it was about.

Walk around the city and...

by josie13

Walk around the city and experience the energy of the people. Although the weather was terrible, the market was busy and musicians still managed to entertain the crowds from sheltered corners.
With so many University students located in Bologna, the vibe is young and energetic. Music is played in the streets and laughter can be heard vibrating amongst the medieval buildings. I really wanted to stay for the evening but couldn't due to a train strike.

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