Home of BologneseSearch for a plate of Spaghetti Bolognese in Italy and you will sadly disappointed. The meat and tomato sauce we all know and love is actually called Ragu, the herbs and preparation vary and the one we're most familiar with is Bolognese. They also almost never serve it with spaghetti (except to tourists), preferring to use tagliatelle or pappardelle as they can hold the chunky sauce better. Ask your hosts at your Bed and Breakfast Bologna to recommend a local trattoria where you can try the real deal.
Piazza MaggioreThe most impressive square in the heart of the city is the Piazza Maggiore. Admire the beautiful medieval porticos surrounding the piazza where you can sip an espresso or an early evening Spritz. Visit the 5th largest church in the world, the Basilica San Petronio and observe the world's longest meridian line. Still accurate today, the sunlight enters through a hole in the vault and hits precisely on the line.
Quadrilatero MarketChoose a Bed and Breakfast Bologna nearby the Quadrilatero Market and you'll never be too far away from a tasty treat. An ancient market in the centre, many of the shops and stands preserve the historic traditions making them true antique treasures. Wander around the market and absorb the sounds and smells of the traditional crafts and cuisine on offer. From jewellery and fashion to fresh fish and homemade pasta there is something to delight every traveller.
AirBnB BolognaWhen searching for an AirBnB Bologna consider a Bed and Breakfast Bologna as a great alternative. Our variety of properties can offer you a unique experience. Whether you stay in an AirBnB Bologna or a B&B, you are guaranteed to fall in love with the enchanting city of Bologna.