Built in 1956 and dedicated to Giuseppe Dozza, the mayor of Bologna who decided to build it, Paladozza has a capacity of 5570 seats. It is a temple of basketball but hosts also concerts, conferences and various events of music, theatre and dance.
Stadio Dall'Ara, originally known as “Littoriale”, opened on 29 May 1927. It is the first Italian stadium to be raised for public initiative.
Corno alle Scale is not only a mountain part of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, but also a renowned ski resort.
Complete your promenade with
Enjoy Stadio Renato Dall’Ara (Renato Dall'Ara Stadium) to the fullest on a guided tour of the temple of Bologna football.
Every Saturday until December 15th except November 17th, € 15.00 p/person
The porticoes, nominated as Unesco “world heritage site”, make the city of Bologna unique in the world. Lights and shadows, deep architectural perspectives, different columns and capitals create fascinating and extraordinary urban images.