The public library, the Sala Borsa, near the Piazza Maggiore is such a lovely historic building with such a large amount of culture and educational material for readers to get lost in.
You can find many delicious Bolognese specialties in the historic city including mortadella, tortellini, and so much more!
The colourful fruit and vegetable stands in the markets of Bologna are a great way to attract customers!
The stained glass on the interior of the Church of San Petronio is absolutely beautiful and worth seeing when you visit the main square of Bologna.
You can find many beautiful and artistic frescoes as well as stunning works of art inside the San Giacomo Maggiore Church in Bologna.
The rich history and culture associated with the city of Bologna is what makes it even more beautiful and interesting for newcomers to witness and explore.
The St John Church (Holy Crucifix Church) in the Santo Stefano complex was built in the 8th century, although the complex started being built in the 5th century originally by St Petronius.
A visit to the city of Bologna in Italy is a must if you are a food lover! This city is nicknamed La Grassa, which means The Fat One. Need I say more?
The architecture at the Santo Stefano square is so well thought out! Tourists can explore many churches all at once since they are all connected.
If you dedicate your entire morning to sightseeing and exploring Bologna, then you can work up an appetite for the city’s succulent traditional dishes awaiting you at the local trattoria!
Mercato di Mezzo is one of Bologna’s biggest food markets! It is located just behind the Piazza Maggiore.
Nothing says winter like a huge bowl of golden tagliatelle with a rich and creamy sauce accompanied with fresh Italian porcini mushrooms and a large glass of red wine.