Going back to our steps along the Via dell’Archiginnasio we enter in Piazza Maggiore, simply ‘the square’ for the people from Bologna, surrounded by the most important buildings in the medieval city. The most ancient one is the Podestà Palace, surmounted by the Arengo Tower. The most ancient is Palazzo del Podestà surmounted by the […]
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From piazza Santo Stefano we get inside the Quadrilatero area an area of artigianal ancient tradition, commercial and mercantile, that had its most development in the Middle Age. This is the place where the principal corporations of professions in the city. At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, the heart of the Quadrilatero has become […]
After exploring the city and its most iconic places, such a The Two Towers and Piazza Maggiore, we can have a walk outside the walls. We get to Porta Saragozza, where you can find the longest portico in the world ( 3.796 meters) that connect the city to the Sanctuary of San Luca. The original […]
Let’s continue our trip at the discovery of the marvelous spots of Bologna, with a small curiosity. Walking along Via Indipendenza, before the crossing over with Via Marsala, we get to the portico of Via Piella. On the right we find a small window that opens up on a unexpected Bologna, the one with the […]
Pincio’s Staircase and Montagnola Fountain Ourtrip at the discovery of Bologna begins only few steps away from the apartment, where you can admire the monumental “Scalinata del Pincio”. The 28th June 1986 King Umberto I and the queen Margherita celebrated, in front of the an overwhelming crowd,the scenographic staircase that makes the access possible to […]