Hi GogoBotters, is there an airport to Bologna town bus ( such as the Terravision Bus service that other Italian airports have ) or a rail link ?
Secondly, where would you spend a few days in May there ?
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recommended BolognaBologna is home to a very old university, the students of which still spill into the streets at night. The covered sidewalks make umbrellas largely unnecessary. Climb up the two leaning towers in the ... read morecenter for a rickety experience and great view. If you can escape into the hills for a meal, do, as the emilia-romagnan cuisine is arguably some of Italy's best, and it's always at its most authentic and abundant outside of the city walls.Recommended for:Julia P
Hey Chris, you'll love Bologna, it's a fun, young town. It's been a few years since I was there, but definitely ask around about getting up into the hills for a meal...there are some great restaurants! That was one of my favorite experiences there.
recommended VeniceVenice is unlike anywhere in the world, It's very expensive but well worth the visit.Recommended for:
- TamburiniVia Caprarie, 1, Bologna, Italy
- Enoteca Ai Vini SceltiVia Costa Andrea, 36/B, 40134 Bologna, Italy
- Piazza del NettunoPiazza Maggiore, 1, Bologna, Italy
- Torre degli AsinelliPiazza di Porta Ravegnana, Bologna, Italy
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There is a bus line called BLQ. 6 € one way. Aerobus tickets can be purchased on board.