3-day trip Bologna from Rome

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From 393.00
Duration 3-DAYS




Enjoy an independent way to discover one of the most lively city in Italy! Appreciated for music and culinary culture

3-day trip Bologna from Rome Highlights

  • By train is perfect to explore Bologna in a totally flexible, eco-friendly and personalized journey
  • Italian Style designed by Italians for Travellers that look for authentic experiences
  • Packages with a wide selection of available dates
  • Two nights hotel formula is designed for the best connection between two cities Rome and Bologna
  • By train package is incredible affordable and offer the best quality/price
  • Hotels included in the package are selected and monitored in terms of quality
  • High-speed train tickets from Rome to Bologna one way
  • 2 nights accommodation in BB

3-day trip Bologna from Rome Inclusions

2 nights accommodation Breakfast High-speed train tickets in 2nd class

Tour Exclusions

Food and drinks Gratuities (optional) Hotel pickup and drop-off Transportation to/from attractions

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Admire some of Bologna’s most popular places such as the Neptune Fountain, the Two Towers, and Piazza Maggiore.

Take the time to visit renowned monuments such as Palazzo d'Accursio, seat of Bologna’s city hall for centuries and now a marvelous art museum. Admire the Neptune Fountain, one of the most elegant Renaissance fountains in Italy, and make sure to take a look at San Petronio Basilica, one of the largest Christian churches on the planet.

Continue through the alleys leading to the medieval market, Via Clavature and Via Sampieri, until you reach Via Santo Stefano to admire the sensational Basilica di Santo Stefano.

Bologna really is an intriguing city. Located in the super-rich Po valley, opera-goers frequent chic theatres and gather at some of Italy's finest restaurants and trattorias. However Bologna has another side to it, a restless city that hosts the world's oldest university, famous for its graffiti-adorned squares crawling with nicely inebriated students.

No wonder Bologna has earned many sobriquets during its history: la Grassa (the fat one), as ragù or bolognese sauce was first prepared here; la Dotta (the educated one) as the city university was founded in 1088; la Rossa (the red one) refers to the ubiquitous presence of terracotta medieval buildings surrounded by miles of porticoes and also to the city's persistant propensity for left-wing political views.

Redemption Instructions

Your local provider is I Love Rome / Gray Line Rome (Carrani Tours): - 39(0)6.4742501.

All trains leave in the morning. The exact departure time will be communicated after the reservation confirmation via email.

The email will also include the train PNR code and the hotel voucher

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