Not everyone knows that Bologna is a land of water. From lakes and waterfalls, rivers and fountains to the canals that have made the city great since Medieval times.
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 large film library, festivals and events as well as world-class restoration and conservation centres. The seventh art made Bologna its home.
Bologna is world-renowned for its architecture. From old to new, traditional to contemporary, medieval to Baroque, and many styles in between, there are hundreds of great buildings and streets in the city. Here are some of the best
A collective exhibition featuring the works by over 50 artists born from 1980 onward, who work in Italy as they were born or trained here.
Nights of great cinema in Piazza Maggiore from 18th June to 15th August, with the film program proposed by Cineteca di Bologna.
The exhibit is a tribute to the exciting cars from the House of the Raging Bull that have left their mark on the big screen.
Stroll back through the city's history, admiring the historical monuments and medieval towers that watch over Bologna to this day
Every day starting from € 15.00 per person
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Bologna and Italian cuisine at FICO Eataly World, the world’s first food-themed amusement park.
Every Saturday, Sunday and Monday, €25 p/person - 10% off for Bologna Welcome Card holders
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