All You Need to Visit Bologna, Italy

If you are planning a trip to Italy and want to include one of the most famous cities for Italian food, then you NEED this complete guide to Bologna, Italy. There is so much to discover when visiting Bologna, whether through its cuisine or the many beautiful things to do. This guide is broken into three parts: What to do and what to eat in Bologna, its "seven secrets" to discover, and most importantly, my personally, hand-picked restaurant recommendations for eating like a local, which includes 25 restaurant/bars to dine at, selected by a local.
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How to arrive into Bologna's city center:

By plane:

If you arrive into Bologna's airport, the easiest and most efficient way to get to the center of Bologna is by the Marconi Express.  You can buy a ticket online or at the kiosk right before entering. It's about a 7 minute journey to/from the airport - Bologna Centrale. 

By train:

If you arrive at the Bologna Centrale Train Station, you can easily walk towards the city center. Depending where you want to go, you can reach the main part of town in about 15 - 20 minutes.

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Ciao! My name is Danielle and I'm a Californian from San Diego, who's been living full time in Florence, Italy since 2020. I studied in Florence in 2016 and absolutely fell in love with the food, culture, and history, and made it my mission to move back. I moved right before the pandemic, and staying here through all the lockdowns and pandemic life really helped me discover slow travel and find all of Italy's beauty, including lesser known gems, and off the beaten path travel spots. During my three years in Florence, I have wrote for publications like The Florentine, done freelance marketing with restaurants and a travel agency, giving me high insight into the best destinations, foodie spots, and more. I am here to help you make the most of your vacation in Italy with curated itineraries for every type of traveler and digital maps to help you enjoy THE BEST food each region has to offer. Let me do the work so you can just relax and enjoy, without any stress! I've had a very unique experience living in Italy the last 4 years, as I made my official move right before the pandemic, after visiting for years. Because of this I learned to travel locally and deeply throughout the numerous incredible destinations in Italy and for that I cater my travel services to finding the most local and mindful experiences, keeping true to discovering and appreciating Italy's culture.
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All You Need to Visit Bologna, Italy

If you are planning a trip to Italy and want to include one of the most famous cities for Italian food, then you NEED this complete guide to Bologna, Italy. There is so much to discover when visiting Bologna, whether through its cuisine or the many beautiful things to do. This guide is broken into three parts: What to do and what to eat in Bologna, its "seven secrets" to discover, and most importantly, my personally, hand-picked restaurant recommendations for eating like a local, which includes 25 restaurant/bars to dine at, selected by a local.
1 Save • ago
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How to arrive into Bologna's city center:

By plane:

If you arrive into Bologna's airport, the easiest and most efficient way to get to the center of Bologna is by the Marconi Express.  You can buy a ticket online or at the kiosk right before entering. It's about a 7 minute journey to/from the airport - Bologna Centrale. 

By train:

If you arrive at the Bologna Centrale Train Station, you can easily walk towards the city center. Depending where you want to go, you can reach the main part of town in about 15 - 20 minutes.

Thank you for your support!

I hope you have a great trip! If you appreciated this map at all, please consider leaving a tip and spreading the word to anyone you know about this service. Thank you so much for your support!

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CURATED BY
Ciao! My name is Danielle and I'm a Californian from San Diego, who's been living full time in Florence, Italy since 2020. I studied in Florence in 2016 and absolutely fell in love with the food, culture, and history, and made it my mission to move back. I moved right before the pandemic, and staying here through all the lockdowns and pandemic life really helped me discover slow travel and find all of Italy's beauty, including lesser known gems, and off the beaten path travel spots. During my three years in Florence, I have wrote for publications like The Florentine, done freelance marketing with restaurants and a travel agency, giving me high insight into the best destinations, foodie spots, and more. I am here to help you make the most of your vacation in Italy with curated itineraries for every type of traveler and digital maps to help you enjoy THE BEST food each region has to offer. Let me do the work so you can just relax and enjoy, without any stress! I've had a very unique experience living in Italy the last 4 years, as I made my official move right before the pandemic, after visiting for years. Because of this I learned to travel locally and deeply throughout the numerous incredible destinations in Italy and for that I cater my travel services to finding the most local and mindful experiences, keeping true to discovering and appreciating Italy's culture.
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