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Bologna Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

1. Bologna Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

Explore Bologna with an interactive smartphone tour. Immerse yourself in the city while solving location-based riddles on this walking tour. Marvel at the two leaning towers  Asinelli and Garisenda. Admire the 12th-century Santissimo Salvatore church. Solve puzzles outside of ten Bologna attractions. Use clues at each attraction to find your next destination. Enjoy the challenge of using logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to complete the game. Feel the satisfaction of solving each riddle. Have the freedom to pause or resume the tour whenever you want. Admire the city at your own pace. Uncover interesting information and facts about the city. Snap as many pictures as you want.  You can start playing anytime, the schedule is indicative. You will visit: The Two Towers - starting point Biblioteca Salaborsa Santa Maria della Vita Salina Palace Basilica dei protomartiri San Vitale Piazza Minghetti Basilica of San Domenico Oratorio dello Spirito Santo Chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore - ending point and more…

From Milan: Parma and Bologna Private Day Trip

2. From Milan: Parma and Bologna Private Day Trip

Enjoy a Private Tour of Parma and Bologna from Milan for twelve hours with a private tour guide for two hours in each city and a private luxury vehicle with a chauffeur that will pick you up and drop you off from your hotel in Milan. Once your private chauffeur has picked you up, besides your private tour guide you will go ahead to your first destination. You will discover Parma, a city in the north of Italy that has remarkable medieval architecture and beautiful forests surrounding it. Your private tour guide will show you the tourist attractions of the city such as the cathedral with Romanesque style, the opera house Teatro, the Baptistery with Romanesque and Gothic styles and much more. When you finish visiting Parma you will go ahead to your destination, Bologna which is one of the best-preserved historic cities and has one of the largest medieval old towns in Europe. You will visit as well the tourist attractions of Bologna such as the two medieval famous towers, the Piazza Maggiore, the Basilica of San Petronio known for being one of the largest churches in existence, the basilica of San Francisco known for being a Gothic church and much more. After visiting the two cities, your private chauffeur will drop you off at your hotel in Milan or your place of preference inside the city.

Rome: Day Trip to Bologna with Train Tickets & Ice Cream

3. Rome: Day Trip to Bologna with Train Tickets & Ice Cream

Discover the idyllic city of Bologna on a return trip by train from Rome's Roma Termini. Benefit from included entry tickets to the Two Towers, and spend free time exploring the fountains, churches, and medieval walkways in the city. Make your way to Roma Termini railway station and meet the local partner's assistant to receive your train tickets. Board the train to Bologna, watching the beautiful Italian countryside fly by your window as you travel. Arrive in Bologna after two and a half hours, taking your own time to explore this lively, historic city, full of cafes, ancient fountains, and Medieval and Renaissance architecture. Explore the lavish porticoed walkways and squares and have the chance to try some local specialties, like tortellini and ice cream. Take a walk to the Two Towers, with included entry, and climb up the 500 steps to the top to enjoy breathtaking views over the rest of the city. At the end of the day, board the train to travel back to Rome, remembering all the memories you made in one of Italy's most picturesque cities.

Bologna: Guided Architecture Walking Tour

4. Bologna: Guided Architecture Walking Tour

Start the tour at Archiginnasio Palace, which serves as the main office building for the oldest university in the world – the University of Bologna. After, walk to Piazza Maggiore, where the Basilica of San Petronio is located, known for its imposing facade. Continue to Piazza del Nettuno, which is surrounded by three important administrative buildings: Palazzo d'Accursio, Palazzo del Podestà, and Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo. Afterward, continue to the base of Bologna's iconic towers, the Asinelli Tower and the Garisenda Tower. Learn about the history and features of these imposing structures. Next, continue to the wooden arch of Corte Isolani and see the Oratory of Santa Cecilia. Admire the exterior of the church of San Giacomo Maggiore, before concluding the tour in the area of Quadrilatero, which is home to many markets and shops.

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