Mercure Astoria Reggio Emilia

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Viale Leopoldo Nobili No 2, Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, 42100, Italy
Mercure Astoria Reggio Emilia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
44%
21
Average
21%
10
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
4%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples88
  • Solo90
  • Business70

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Forum Posts

Does anyone know where I can buy a suitcase in Bologna?

by felfeli

Hi!
My suitcase has been damaged by the airline I came with I need to buy a new suitcase. does anyone know of a store in Bologna where they sell suitcases or luggage?
Thank you

Re: Does anyone know where I can buy a suitcase in Bologna?

by mccalpin

I've never had to buy a suitcase in Bologna, but the Yellow Pages lists plenty of places that sells them...see http://www.paginegialle.it/pgol/4-luggage/3-bologna/l-2

Note that some places are probably upscale leather goods stores while others are travel stores...still, plenty of choices...

Bill

Re: Does anyone know where I can buy a suitcase in Bologna?

by von.otter

Try Coin; it is a chain of department stores.

Via Rizzoli, 7; Telephone: 05119984993

Opening times Monday-Friday 9.30am-8.00pm; Saturday 9.30am - 8.00pm; Sunday 10.00am-7.30pm

Re: Does anyone know where I can buy a suitcase in Bologna?

by felfeli

thank you!

Re: Does anyone know where I can buy a suitcase in Bologna?

by felfeli

thank you!

Travel Tips for Bologna

Great Food

by freix

Bologna is the food capital of Italy I think. Everything was delicious and you don't even have to go to expensive restaurants.
Just be careful about the charges.Some have a bad habit of over-charging non-italian speaking customers.

San Marino

by darkjedi

The small country of San Marino can be visited in a day trip from Bologna as we did. A train trip (1hr 20m) to Rimini (about 20 euro), and a 35m bus trip from the station (8 euro) and will find yourself on Mount Titano and wandering the streets of this pretty town. There are museums (Weapons, Torture, Art), Galleries and the three large towers of the Citadel itself.

Plenty of tourist shops selling all kinds of things, cafes restaurants etc provide more than enough so see and do. Get an early train there and a late train back and we only saw half of it. And on a clear day... the views are incredible....

Train travel in Italy

by sue_stone

I have now been to Italy several times and have travelled around this fabulous country by train most of the time.

Once you get the hang of it, train travel in Italy is easy. It is also a great way to see the beautiful countryside on the way to your next destination.

I have travelled a couple of times using a rail pass, but the last couple of visits have just purchased tickets for each individual trip as we went.

That said, we often have purchased tickets a day or two in advance - particularly if the particular train requires a seat reservation, or if it is a busy time of year.

Purchasing a little in advance also means that you don't miss the train you want to catch due to a huuuuuge queue for tickets....

You could try buying your tickets from the automatic ticket machines at the stations - we have found them quick and easy to use.

Also, I have travelled both first and second class, and didn't really find much difference - travel second class and you can use the extra money to buy more wine/food etc

Just remember with all tickets that you need to validate them in the small yellow ticket machines before you board your train.

of course the restaurant of...

by pollon

of course the restaurant of the lunch of the meeting:
La Felina we ate:
pasta with a sauce of tomato, bacon and 'erbette';
'tortelloni', spinach kneaded pasta filled with cheese and herb;
'lasagne';
then a real wide choice of local salami and cold pork meats and 'crescenza', a local cheese, with 'crescentine', a kind of risen dough cooked in hot oil and served warm;
in the end a choice of mouthfuls of yummy handmade cakes.

I was forgetting... we ended the meal with a 'sorbetto', coffee and 'limoncello'

Awesome !

by dazherg

These Towers stand out above anything else in Bologna ...Im not sure what the correct story is about these towers , but apparently the residents of the city used to throw unpleasant objects on the enemy approaching the city ..

If anyone else knows otherwise I'd be interested to know ..

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Address: Viale Leopoldo Nobili No 2, Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, 42100, Italy