Proposte turistiche della città di Bologna alla scoperta della cultura, dell’enogastronomia e delle sue notti piene di musica e di fascino.
Trekking by train
The whole Apennine territory is covered by a wide-ranging networkof well-indicated tracks and there are innumerable possible itineraries forevery type of walker. “Trekking by train”is an annual programme of Sunday excursions combined with public transport and the assistance of experienced guides
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Thanks to the collaboration between Bologna Welcome and Bologna Tourist Guide Associations, it is possible to enjoy the walking tour in the historical city centre with a skilled English speaking tourist guide, everyday starting from April 1st, 2013.
DISCOVERING BOLOGNA WITH A HIGHLY QUALIFIED TOURIST LICENSED GUIDE
LE GUIDE D'ARTE Today our team can count on vast experience developed over these years with many different types of visitors. Through our work we permanently strive to deepen our research and knowledge
We will start with the visit to the Ferrari official Museum in Maranello, which collects cars, impressive pit-stop reconstructions, images and trophies of Ferrari’s many victories all over the world. All these exhibitions will make you live the myth of Maranello’s red cars. For those interested, we can also direct you to the official Ferrari stores of Ferrari merchandising
A NIGHT IN THE QUADRILATER Starting from € 105,00 We will lead you round the narrow and odorous alleys of the old medieval market following the smell and the fragrances coming from the characteristic “holes” which livening up this area. In the ancient Medieval market it will be possible to buy: mortadella the “Bologna”, ciccioli, salsiccia passita (a kind of sausage), chocolate...to be savored later, inside the typical Bolognese osteria
RED PASSION AT CA’ LA GHIRONDA Weekend starting from € 270 (2 people + 1 baby) The Museum of Ca’ La Ghironda is set in tenhectares of park with an enormous variety ofplants. Recently expanded, the centre hostsworks of contemporary art, and uses the existingbuilding, without in any way altering itsappearance. It contains works by over one hundredartists such as Capogrossi, De Chirico,Fontana,
FACTORY & TRACK TOUR The Ferrari Museum in Maranello is now offering its visitors an exclusive guided bus tour inside the Fiorano test-track proving grounds and Viale Enzo Ferrari, an avenue which runs through the cluster of new production and other buildings making up the Ferrari “Cittadella”. A Museum guide will introduce visitors to the various characteristics and features of the circuit where Ferrari has done its road and competition car testing since 1972, and to the Ferrari Factory where thePrancing Horse cars are built
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