Discover Bologna through guided tours that unveil the city's hidden gems, including a climb up the clock tower for breathtaking views. Explore the historic Anatomical Theater and indulge in food and wine tours through the city's culinary heart and the region's renowned Food Valley.

Bologna is located in Northern Italy, in the Emilia-Romagna region. Nestled between the Apennine Mountains and the Po Valley, it lies strategically between Florence and Venice which makes it easily accessible by road, rail, and air


Bologna offers a well-developed transportation system. The central railway station is a crucial hub, offering high-speed train connections to major Italian cities like Milan, Rome, and Florence. Additionally, urban mobility is ensured by an extensive network of buses, taxis, car sharing, and bike sharing


The best time to visit Bologna is during the spring season, from April to June, and autumn, from September to October. In spring, the weather is mild with longer days, perfect for strolling under the porticoes and discovering its treasures. But even the winter has its charm with Christmas markets and seasonal culinary specialties, making every time of year special for visiting the city.


Bologna is a must-visit destination: the blend of cultural richness and gastronomic excellence makes this city a truly captivating destination for travelers seeking an authentic Italian experience. Explore medieval towers, intricate porticoes, and lively piazzas steeped in centuries of Italian heritage. Indulge in Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, traditional Bolognese ragù, and the renowned balsamic vinegar visiting both the city and the Food Valley


Bologna, steeped in history and cultural charm, offers an array of attractions that captivate visitors from around the globe. Explore the grandeur of Piazza Maggiore, the heart of the city adorned with its iconic Fountain of Neptune and historic palaces. Visit the Archiginnasio, once the seat of Bologna’s university, and marvel at its splendid anatomical theater. Ascend the Torre dell’Orologio for panoramic views of the city skyline. Delve into the grandeur of the Basilica di San Petronio, one of the largest churches in Europe, showcasing magnificent Renaissance architecture and art.

Food Experience

Step into the vibrant food culture of Bologna, where every bite tells a story of tradition and craftsmanship. With local foodie guides as your companions, embark on a culinary journey through bustling markets and cozy osterias. Indulge in iconic dishes like handmade tortellini, savory mortadella, and the renowned Parmigiano Reggiano cheese

Wine Traditions

Discover the soul of Emilia-Romagna through its wines. Taste the distinctive flavors of local varieties such as Sangiovese and Pignoletto, crafted by passionate winemakers. Immerse yourself in the region’s winemaking traditions, from vine to glass, and uncover the unique terroir that shapes each bottle

Day Touring

Explore the essence of the Food Valley on a guided day tour. Journey through picturesque landscapes adorned with vineyards and historic villages, where Emilian culinary traditions come to life. Explore local wineries and cheese makers nestled in the countryside, where you’ll sample wines like Lambrusco and sparkling Pignoletto. Delight in tastings of aged Parmigiano Reggiano and Prosciutto di Parma, learning about their unique production methods

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