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Visitors to Bologna (BLQ) can experience true Italian flair. As a university town and the capital of the eponymous province, it is one of the most popular destinations for city breaks. The historical Old Town is better preserved than those in almost any other European city, and is also home to many historical sights and monuments. On a guided tour of Bologna (BLQ), your experienced guide will not only point out the main highlights, but also the hidden alleyways with their little shops and family restaurants. In the evenings, tourists can enjoy the delicious food and good wines of the province, preferably with a view of the illuminated Old Town.
Visitors to the capital of Bologna province will find a cultural and historical old town packed with sights. So book your Bologna (BLQ) flights today and go on an unforgettable journey of discovery. Your route could take you past the Piazza Maggiore, the central square in Bologna (BLQ). This is where the historic Fountain of Neptune, completed by Giambologna in the early Renaissance, is located. Onwards to the Palazzo del Podesta, a former noble residence from the 12th century. Bologna's leaning towers should definitely feature on a city tour. Another historical attraction in Bologna (BLQ) are the Arcades forming an almost 40 kilometre-long pedestrian zone.
The city's most famous dish is of course spaghetti bolognese. If you book your Bologna (BLQ) flights today, you could soon be finding out the secret to this delicious pasta. But Bologna (BLQ) has yet more culinary highlights in store, such as the filled tortellini, delicious mortadella and green tagliatelle. If you'd like to indulge in some culinary treats, you can book a gourmet tour through Bologna (BLQ). This tour focuses on epicurean delights, of course. A tour of Ferrari, Ducati and Lamborghini is somewhat racier. The tour takes you through the manufacturers' factories and through the adjacent factory museums.