The edge of town we discover countless wonders: breathtaking views from the hills of Bologna, atmosphere suggestive of the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca, old villas surrounded by magnificent gardens and places of interesting museums
Young and vibrant Bologna university presents its face exuberant and cultured at the same time. Among bar for students and oldest museums discover the charm that attracts many young people
The tour includes the living center of the city with visits to the historic buildings around Piazza Maggiore, Neptune’s Fountain, Palazzo Re Enzo, Palazzo d’Accursio, the San Petronio Basilica, the Archiginnasio (formerly the offices of the oldest University in the world), Piazza della Mercanzia, the two Towers, and the Basilica of Santo Stefano
guided tour to several historic artisan shops downtown where guests can shop and taste. We will visit groceries, a delicatessen, pasta shops, a chocolate factory... as well as a very colorful medieval market
Our itinerary includes visits to the sacred sites in Bologna, for centuries the second most important city in the Pontifical State and an internationally famous religious center. The Santa Gerusalemme, the thousand-year old complex of Santo Stefano, a Mecca for pilgrims
The history of Communication: music, cinema, radio and TV from 1760 to 2000!
Most of these artistic gems are part of a private collection usually closed to the public.
Being the only surviving 18th Century Opera Hall in Italy, the Teatro Comunale is a great example of the privileged position that music has had in the history of Bologna.
The city hides among its porches and shade of its towers, the mystery of its charm
Bologna National Gallery is one of the most extraordinary pictorial collection...
Situated in the city centre of Bologna, the Civic and archaeological Museum contains works belonging to different ages...
The International Musical Museum of Bologna is mainly famous for showing Father Martini’s collection...
The building dates back to the end of the 15th Century. It became the home of the Science Institute in the 18th Century...