The Piazza Maggiore Square in Bologna is the city’s historic main square built in the early 13th century.
The ancient relics of St Petronio, Bologna’s patron saint, were housed in the Basilica di San Petronio, however in the year 2000, they were transferred to Santo Stefano’s Basilica.
The sights and scenes this delightful historic city has to offer visitors are truly exquisite and one of a kind!
The beautiful artistic Fountain of Neptune is one of Bologna’s most famous landmarks and can be found in the Piazza Nettuno.
The 5th largest church in the entire world is the Basilica di San Petronio, which is located in the center of Piazza Maggiore in Bologna.
The Santo Stefano Complex is one of Bologna’s renowned landmarks and one of the most popular city attractions frequently visited by many tourists.
By the 13th century, Bologna had constructed over a hundred towers!
Nowadays, you can only see a fraction of these structures still standing.
There are so many details put into the architecture of the Santo Stefano complex which make it even more beautiful.
The towers that you find around Bologna while touring its historic landmarks and cultural attractions are symbols of power and strength, even wealth.
The Santo Stefano complex is architecturally structured as a nest of churches, which are all so beautiful and serene.
I had the pleasure of experiencing Bolognese cuisine firsthand at a famous trattoria in the city while I was on vacation in Italy.
The Twin Towers are one of the city’s most famous landmarks; they act as the main symbol of Bologna.
The Torre degli Asinelli and Torre dei Garisenda were both constructed in the 12th century and are considered among the tallest towers in the city.