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  • The stylish Hotel Everest

    written by Emilio Aronica

    This hotel is located in Lizzano in Belvedere, Italy and is a great place to stay. It's very close to some of the best ski slopes around and a perfect base from which to explore the beautiful mountain town of Lizzano. All rooms in this hotel... continue

  • B&B Corte del Cavaliere

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The Bed and Breakfast La Corte del Cavaliere is the ideal place for anyone who wants to stay in our city, in the quiet countryside near Bologna, but very close to all major area attractions. You will stay in the warm atmosphere of a typical rural... continue

  • Hotel Del Castello ****

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Just a few km away from the beautiful art and culture city of Bologna, far from the noise and the chaos of modernity, Hotel del Castello is set in the bucolic, green ambience of silent hills. A step back in time in the ancient Borgo di Palazzo de'... continue

  • Porretta Terme: sports, nature and relax at the spa

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    At the foothills of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, lies Porretta Terme, a town that offers many possibilities for sports and outdoors, in close contact with nature, such as horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. The tourist routes in the area... continue

  • Bologna seen with Pier Paolo Pasolini's eyes

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Pier Paolo Pasolini, was born in Bologna in 1922 by a middle-class family, where he will spend seven years of his life ("Beautiful and sweet Bologna! I have spent seven years, perhaps the most beautiful ...").  Here Pier Paolo cultivated new... continue

  • Bologna's Mercato di Mezzo

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Located in the most ancient part of Bologna, within a Roman street plan, il Mercato di Mezzo has been Bologna's traditional market are for at least two millennia. While the types of businesses have mostly changed in modern times, the names of the... continue

  • Bologna's Piazza Maggiore

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Bologna's main square, Piazza Maggiore, is both its geographic centre and its cultural and political heart. The spacious piazza began to take on its current shape in the 13th century, and soon afterwards, it found itself encircled by the city's most... continue

  • The Square of Neptune

    written by Alexandra Evans

    One of the symbols of Bologna, the giant statue of the god Neptune, Nettuno in Italian, crowns a fountain of sculptures in the centre of Piazza del Nettuno. Completed in 1567, the fountain was commissioned by Cardinal Carlo Borromeo who assigned the... continue

  • Madonna di San Luca Sanctuary

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    On a recent visit to Bologna, while I noticed an iluminated church on al hill. No matter how the freeway turned, it was visible. The city of Bologna is rather flat and to the East the foothills of the Appenines start. The Basilica di San Luca is... continue

  • The two towers

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    During this time of prosperity, nearly every powerful and wealthy family built its own tower to assert its dominance to the point that the city once possessed as many as 180 towers! The twin towers were both built between 1109 - 1119 AD, but unlike... continue

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