The two towers Garisenda and Asinelli are the traditional symbol of Bologna, strategically standing where the old Aemilian way entered the town. In the late 12th century, at least one hundred towers dotted the town's skyline, but today only twenty have survived the ravages of fire, warfare and lightning.
A route to discover the most important factories and museums dedicated to engines.
One of the symbols of Bologna: it’s a traditional place of worship because of the Virgin of St. Luke painting behind the altar; it is also the reassuring visual landmark for Bolognesi returning home.
The construction of the Palace was commissioned by Cardinal Borromeo between 1562 and 1563 and designed by architect Antonio Morandi called Terribilia; it was to house the lecture halls for the University (Law and Arts). Until 1803 it was the seat of the University and since 1838 it is the location of the Civic Library.
FICNIC is a picnic for families, friends and couples, in the unique setting of a long green lawn in the largest food park in the world!
On stage of Teatro Comunale di Bologna Salome by Strauss. Production of Teatro Comunale di Bologna with Teatro Verdi Trieste.
The MAST Foundation presents a selection of large colour images by the German photographer Thomas Struth. The images represent the cutting edge, experimentation and innovation in human activity.
5 unmissable Carnivals in Bologna territory
Once you’ve seen the museum and the prestigious boutique you’ll be anxious to visit the heart of the factory. Here you’ll observe the making of the most famous cars of the House of the Raging Bull.
Every Friday until the 29 March 2019 starting from € 99.00 per person, 10% off for Bologna Welcome Card holders
Stroll back through the city's history, admiring the historical monuments and medieval towers that watch over Bologna to this day.UNESCO has defined the historical centre of Bologna as the best preserved medieval centre in the world.
Every day € 15.00 per person - Free entry for Bologna Welcome Card holders
Discover the prestigious Teatro Comunale di Bologna on a one-hour guided tour of one of the most enchanting places of the “UNESCO Creative City of Music”.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday until March, 2019, € 8.00 p/person
Save up to € 51 on ticket costs
Save up to € 71 on ticket costs