Travel to Bologna

Two towers in Bologna
  • Embark on a Gastronomic Adventure in Italy's Food Valley, Bologna and Beyond!

    Market in Bologna

    Written by: Nelleke Pruijs

    Are you a food enthusiast seeking an authentic taste of Italy? Look no further! Our bespoke food tours in Bologna, Parma, and Ravenna offer a delectable journey through the heart of Italian cuisine and the most important cities in the Food Valley. Start your Italy trip with one of these tours that will make your time in this country even more memorable. 

  • Exploring Bologna: A Culinary and Cultural Adventure

    The San Luca Basilica, symbol of Bologna

    Written by: Nelleke Pruijs

    A city break in Bologna: all the famous Italian cities in a nutshell. What can you see in Rome in two days? Is Venice really that much fun with all those foreign tourists? Maybe a bit of Florence, but without the price tag! Is the Leaning Tower of Pisa the only leaning tower in Italy? San Gimignano, with its medieval skyscrapers, is often left off an itinerary being a little off the beaten track, and you really don't have to go to Milan for shopping, because if you want

  • Important dates for anyone planning a trip to Italy this year

    Feline Dentistry Conference in Rome is just one of the events in a packed conference season

    Written by: Elisabeth Bertrand

    You guessed it, or maybe not. Italy has one of the most packed conference agendas of any city in the world in any one month, say January you'll find conferences on Feline Dentistry to Drug Tourism, and you were wondering why the hotels were full, right? Of course, not all of these conferences are expected to attract millions of visitors to the city of Rome. I mean, how many feline dentists are there? However, I just want to make it purrrfectly (pun intended) clear that there are definitely a few events that you will want to keep an eye out for.

  • The porticoes of Bologna recognised as a Unesco Wolrld Heritage Site

    Porticoes of Bologna

    Written by: Nelleke Pruijs

    The porticoes of Bologna were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2021. In total, three monuments in Italy were added that year, bringing Italy to the top of the UNESCO list with a whopping 59 sites. Additionally, Montecatini Terme and the 14th-century frescoes of Padua were added to the UNESCO list this year. 

  • 9 Favorite Christmas Destinations in Italy

    Christmas in Italy

    Written by: Lisa Tucci

    Christmas in Italy is certainly a time for celebration, especially in this predominantly Catholic country. The Christmas holiday season in Italy officially kicks off in early December, when towns across the Boot start putting up their street decorations. It lasts straight through to the Epiphany, on January 6th, the day it is said the three Wise Men arrived to Bethlehem. Traveling across Italy, you would be hard-pressed to find a town that isn't lighting our otherwise dark season with bright decorations, shop windows and streams of festive lights criss-crossing the main thoroughfares. And


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