It is called "the fat, the red, the learned" but these adjectives are not enough to define the splendid Bologna: it has always been the home city of artists, writers and songwriters . A city with a thousand faces and a lively and sparkling character, it is to be discovered in itineraries that cross arcades, towers and palaces.
Through its history, a tale of its most ancient traditions is born that is still alive today, modern and young. From Piazza Maggiore , with the Palazzo d’Accursio and the Basilica of San Petronio, you reach the Two Towers . Monuments and palaces that follow each other: the complex of the Seven Churches of Piazza Santo Stefano , the church of San Giacomo Maggiore .
Art lovers will discover a very rich pictorial heritage, ranging from the Masters of the sixteenth century between the Renaissance and Mannerism, up to the Carracci school, to that of Guido Reni and Guercino.
Leaving the city you cannot miss glimpses of great importance and interest such as the Basilica of San Luca, which greets visitors arriving from the north-west, the sanctuary located on the Colle della Guardia is connected to the city center with longest portico in the world (almost 4 km continuous) erected in the 17th century.
BOLOGNA CITTÀ UNESCO DELLA MUSICA
CASA MUSEO DI LUCIO DALLA
VIA DEGLI DEI
Carpigiani Gelato Academy