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4.5 based on 98 reviews
Vado spesso in questo grande parco a correre ed allenarmi per le mie gare ad ostacoli e devo dire che è il posto perfetto. È molto bello per tante altre situazioni, Pic-nic, passeggiate. Da non dimenticare, i bellissimi percorsi panoramici mozzafiato. Poi ci sono anche tanti alberi da frutto e tanta ombra.
4.5 based on 696 reviews
Fantastic factory tour with a wonderful friendly guide and she was very informative and knowledgeable, it was so interesting to see all aspects of the assembly of the wonderful motorcycle Ducati, the museum is great and historic with some beautiful old bikes and some up to date winners. Loved it.
5 based on 4 reviews
Considered as the oldest church in Bologna, built on the ruins of a pagan temple, this basilica is a bit of the tourist path. The bishop of the city at that time (5th century), San Petronio, ordered a building to be built which was planned to be divided into 7 churches later and to resemble the Holy Sepulture church in Jerusalem. He was even burried in one of them before his bones were transfered to the basilica bearing his name now. At present days only 3 of the churches remain (all of different age) but the complex is still impressive with its courtyards, buildings, cloisters and a convent. And a little mysterious as well. In the Church of Saints Vitale and Agricola, the one with the simplest structure, are the graves of the two saints.
The small square in front of the complex has a nice small coffee shop and a restaurant.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Per chi vuole camminare e si trova nella zona di Casalecchio attraverso questo sentiero storico che parte dalla Chiesa di San Martino si può raggiungere la basilica di San Luca.
anche se in alcuni tratti il sentiero è un po' rovinato il cammino è abbastanza agevole anche se Impegnativo per la pendenza che in alcuni tratti è notevole ma una volta arrivati si può godere di una magnifica vista sulla città. Al ritorno per discendere si possono fare i Portici o riprendere la pista ciclabile per Casalecchio.
5 based on 460 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A great piece of history and well worth visiting the theatre which is what it is most famous for. We went on a guided tour, but would have liked more time to look around.
4.5 based on 392 reviews
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Portico di San Luca is the magnificent 3.8 km long covered walkway which connects Porta Saragozza to the Santuario di Madonna di San Luca. Built in 1674-1793, there are 666 arches. Walking beside Via Saragozza the portico walkway is basically flat, it is not until you reach Meloncello Arch that the walkway takes a steep climb up the hill to reach San Luca. We saw people of all ages making their way up and it is regularly used by some locals for their exercise routine.
This was our second visit walking along the portico up to Santuario di Madonna di San Luca, both times exhilarating and etched in our memories.
There are small local stores, a gelateria and cafe/bars along the section of the portico from Porta Saragozza and Meloncello Arch which makes for a good place to stop on the return down from San Luca.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Read about this church on TA. Entrance to church is free but you have to pay 3 euros to see The Lamentation over the dead body of Christ and the Oratory. Well worth it. The details of the terracotta sculpture is incredible. Especially the figure of Mary Magdalene. You can almost 'hear' her. Just off the main piazza, easy to find.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Local meat, cheese, wine, olives and bread. To buy, taste and eat in a great atmosphere. Served by passionate staff. You're lucky if you can find a free table here!
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