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Farmers Market
“During the day, a cosmopolitan market where regional fragrances, flavors, and local people meet. When the market closes, it turns into a perfect place where to enjoy an aperitivo in one of the trendy bars and restaurants within the market and in front of it, in Piazza delle Erbe.”
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광장
“Piazza Maggiore is located at the very centre of Bologna and it's one of the most beautiful and lively squares in Italy. In the past, the square underwent many changes and was further enriched with important buildings: Basilica di San Petronio, Palazzo dei Notai, Palazzo d'Accursio, Palazzo del Podestà and Palazzo dei Bianchi. When there, do not miss to pay a visit to Fontana del Nettuno and Biblioteca Salaborsa as well! ”
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교회
“Bologna boasts the longest portico in the world: the one that, from Porta Saragozza, leads to the Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca, from its origins a destination for pilgrimages to venerate the icon of the Virgin with the Child called "San Luca". The very long portico was built to protect pilgrims from the rain. It is almost four kilometers long and has 666 arches and 15 chapels. According to some, the number 666 would not be random: the number "of the Devil", in fact, would symbolize the serpent, or the devil, both for the shape and because, ending at the foot of the sanctuary, it recalls the traditional iconography of the defeated and crushed Devil. from the Madonna.”
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미술 갤러리
“The Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna or MAMbo is a purpose-designed museum of modern and experimental art in Bologna, Italy”
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유적지
“If you're not too lasy climbing all the steps, you'll have a wonderfull view of Bologna. You will distinguish very easily the hills, all rooftops, the parks and so on...”
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버스 정류장
“It is the largest and certainly the most popular city park. It was designed by the Piedmontese Sambuy to provide Bologna with an ample green and public place as in other Italian and European cities. It was opened in 1879 with the name of “Passeggio Regina Margherita” ( as a tribute to the wife of King Umberto I).”
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고급 식료품점
“Place full of restaurants, bars, aperitive bars... you can find any kind of food. Really reccomended”
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길거리 음식
“Even for a tourist, strolling along this street might be the highest chance to experience the real nightlife scene of Bologna. With the help of few drinks, via del Pratello will embrace you gently, thanks to its welcoming and free spirit.”
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“Budget friendly place, very good hand made pasta (try Tagliatelle alla Bolognese)”
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Route
“Via Indipendenza is the main street of Bologna. It starts from Piazza Maggiore and ends at the railway station. It has been completed in 1890 when the city became an important railway junction. Now via Indipendenza is the heart of the shopping area: under its porticoes, protecting pedestrians on both sides of the street, you’ll find many low-cost clothes shops, designer labels, small shops, fast food and sandwiches bar. Via Indipendenza is always very popular among Bologna people of all ages: we suggest to take a walk there!”
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“Osteria del Sole is a very ancient tavern (opened in 1465) that has kept unchanged its simple and popular style. For this reason, it's a point of reference in Bologna: you can sit at the table with strangers, sharing food (bought in outdoors shops) and chatting in front of a glass of wine. ”
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버스 정류장
“The Torre degli Asinelli and the Garisenda are one of the biggest attractions of the Emilian capital, strategically placed at the entrance to the city from the ancient Via Emilia. Erected between 1109 and 1119, as a symbol of power and prestige of the aristocratic families whose name they bear, the towers are today the main destination for tourists visiting Bologna. The highest of the two is the Torre degli Asinelli (97.20 meters), consisting of an internal stairway of 498 steps: climbing up to the top you can admire the whole city from above, and some say that, in the days more clear, even the Alps and the Adriatic Sea can be seen. ”
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Library
“Biblioteca Salaborsa is the central public library opened in 2001 and provides a rich and fascinating cultural space inside Palazzo d'Accursio, the ancient and historical seat of the city government. The archaeological excavations carried out recently to restore Salaborsa revealed traces of public and religious buildings. They are visible to the public through a walkway and testify to the fact that the place has always been the centre of public life in the city. There is the impressive wall perimeter of the Renaissance Terribilia tank, paved roads and foundations of the Roman basilica, the wall of the Medieval tower house and the star-shaped tub once at the centre of the garden. ”
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재즈 클럽
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“For more than 20 years, this place has been combining the best traditional Bolognese cuisine with a wide range of wines and the force of jazz and swing, played here live and acoustic almost every night. An institution in town.”
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Convention Center
“Bologna Fair, reachable in 15-20 minutes without traffic. Or 35-40 minutes during the peak time. ”
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Route
“Piazza Maggiore is the main square in Bologna: San Petronio Church, Fountain of Neptune and the visitor center for tourists are placed there. Pop in to have some info. From June to August there's an amazing open air cinema. You could watch ancient movies under the stars, very romantic. Under the Portico del Podestà you wil find the whispering walls. Four passages coverage and in each corner there's a niche with a statue over it. If you stand facing the wall and someone else opposite, you really can whisper to each other. ”
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