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  • 1. Churches and Squares

    The 15th century church of Madonna di Galliera is located in Via Manzoni, very close to Via dell'Indipendenza. This old and beautiful church, which is almost hidden between the medieval houses, is...

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  • 2. old building

    The impressive Porta Saragozza was built in 1860, upon the remains of its medieval precursor. It is located in the most wertern part of the city walls, in the vicinity of Stadio Comunale Renato...

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  • 3. Food and shopping

    Bolognese's cuisine is famous within Italians.. I love the food I have tried.. or have seen.. :) Eataly, alti cibi.. (alti cibi means good food) Eataly is a slow-food concept mall.. my first try was...

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  • 4. Portici

    This is one of the typical porticoes of Bologna, which have a total length of around 40 Km. Originally, the porticos were made of wood which later on had been replaced with brick. Palazzo Isolani and...

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  • 5. Towers

    Bologna is called "La Turrita", which means packed with towers, because of its countless towers. Only fewer than 20 can still be seen today and among them Torre Asinelli and Tore Garisenda are the...

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  • 6. Piazza Nettuno

    Piazza del Nettuno is situated right next to Piazza Maggiore and it is the most vivid square in the city always crowded with locals and tourists. It is probably the best known meeting point in Bologna...

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  • 7. Piazza Maggiore

    Piazza Maggiore represents the heart of the town; its ancient buildings and glorious history make the square one of the greatest throughout Italy. It is the best possible starting point for exploring...

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  • 8. Excursions and map

    In some cities, you will find big charts with city maps. In some, orientation is easy, some cites will provide you with free maps. But none of the sentences is true with Bologna. The old town center...

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  • 10. Piazza San Stefano

    Many visitors would agree with me, relatively small square of San Stefano is probably the most charming place in whole of historic center of Bologna. It has...

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  • 11. Bolognesi

    What is a town without a people, "The Day after" has shown it well, even the most beautiful places looking ugly if no living creatures there. But on the other...

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  • 12. Piazza Malpighi - Tombe dei Glossatori

    Piazza Malpighi doesn't look alike an sity square, it is atypical in its shape reminds to an extended section of a street. The square is named after Marcello...

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  • 13. Piazza Verdi

    Piazza Verdi is important city square dedicated to great Italian musician Giuseppe Verdi. It is located in the old core of Bologna, right in the heart of the...

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  • 14. Exploring the streets

    Bologna is a beautiful town and very laid back place. You wont see here much of those hysterical busy individuals who rushing from the point A to the point B,...

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  • 15. Via Rizzoli

    Mercato di Mezzo was a maze of narrow streets and small squares through the heart od the city. The plan of 1889 foresaw the demolition of the area and the...

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  • 16. Underrated Bologna

    In some way Bologna is off the beaten path way of place, tourists and visitors planning in their agendas to visit Rome, Venice, Florence, Neaples, Verona,...

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  • 17. Moving to Bologna?

    Bologna is very different from northern cities such as Milan, Verona or Trieste. Bologna is international although barely reaches 600k. It is welcoming and full...

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  • 18. Fabulous Bologna

    True, Florence and Milan are home to some of the world's most celebrated artworks as well as fashion houses, but in my view, Bologna exudes a far stronger sense...

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  • 19. Eyesore or urban art?

    In addition to La Grassa (The Fat One), Bologna also enjoys the monicker La Rossa (The Red) for its colorful buildings (and some say for its leftist political...

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  • 20. Waterfalls?

    This isn't the most important activity or site in Bologna but it's pretty cool. It is not uncommon to see waterfalls running between apartment buildings. When I...

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  • 21. Luggage storage near coach station

    If you need to store your luggage, you can do that in this photo shop located at the southeastern end of the bus terminal. For a small fee, you can get rid of...

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  • 22. San Petronio

    San Petronio, who was the eighth Bishop of Bologna, is the patron saint of the town. He lived in the mid of the fifth century and came to Bologna probably from...

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  • 23. Passes

    The Biglietto Unico per I Musei allows free and/or discounted admission to the city’s many museums, depending on the museum in question. One-day passes costing...

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  • 24. Great Food

    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...

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  • 25. My worst football related moment in Bologna

    Haven’t had any bad moments in Bologna, except for all my troubles I have every time, trying to find the right entrance. There are no logical thoughts at all...

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