Welcome is Bologna

Promenade a Bologna

Promenade in flavour

University town, hospitality centre, but especially gastronomical capital: Bologna’s reputation for gourmet eating began in the university colleges as early as medieval times and has never stopped since, reaching the modern era and remaining unbeatable to the very day. The same kind of epicurean delight that was tasted in the ancient taverns is still enjoyed nowadays. Many promenades wander through the hidden pockets of the city’s culinary secrets: markets, museums, festivals that pass on and renovate the traditional Bolognese recipes. Yes, because eating well has always been a trait of Bolognese people, thanks to the abundance and authenticity of the products coming from the fertile fields and hillsides surrounding the city as well as the convivial nature of its citizens.

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Festival del Tortellino

4/10/2018 - Palazzo Re Enzo

Festival del Tortellino

On October 4th, from 11.30 am to 10.30 pm, RistoAsssociazione tOur-tlen is back at Palazzo Re Enzo with the 7th edition of "Festival del Tortellino".

ENOLOGICA 2018

6/10/2018 - 8/10/2018 Palazzo Re Enzo

ENOLOGICA 2018

Sixth year in Bologna for the Wine and Food Festival, organized by Enoteca Regionale. The tradition, the culture and the food&wine variety of Emilia-Romagna region are back at Palazzo Re Enzo.

Gelato Museum Carpigiani

Gelato Museum Carpigiani

The Carpigiani Gelato Museum is the first museum of its kind to delve into the history, culture and technology of artisan gelato; a cool, high-quality food that is a fitting ambassador of Italian creativity and excellence throughout the world.

Mercato delle Erbe

Mercato delle Erbe

It is the largest covered market in the historical city center, where it is possible to buy fruits and vegetables, meat, cheese, wine, and much more. 

Palazzo della Mercanzia

Palazzo della Mercanzia

Seat of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and Crafts, Palazzo della Mercanzia has governed trading and business activities of Bologna since the late 14th century.