City hall is one of the sites you can see when touring the lovely Bologna and its historic streets and monuments.
If you visit Bologna during the holidays, be sure to add visiting Santo Stefano to your list of landmarks and sites to see!
The stained glass on the interior of the Church of San Petronio is absolutely beautiful and worth seeing when you visit the main square of Bologna.
The colourful fruit and vegetable stands in the markets of Bologna are a great way to attract customers!
The San Vitale de Agricola is one of the 7 churches situated in the Santo Stefano Square; it was built in the 5th century, which was when construction started in the complex.
The picturesque Parco della Montagnola is actually situated on the ancient ruins of the palace of Galliera; there still exists a large porta for the public to see.
A visit to the city of Bologna in Italy is a must if you are a food lover! This city is nicknamed La Grassa, which means The Fat One. Need I say more?
The Santo Stefano Basilica is one of the most historic romantic areas of Bologna attracting a large number of tourists every year.
Tortellini in Bologna come in all shapes and sizes individually stuffed with unique and delicious fillings.
Bologna is reputed to be the food capital of Italy, which is one of the reasons why it is known as La Grassa (The Fat One; The Bountiful).
Italian pizzas are so generously coated with delicious fine cheese; you will never want another pizza abroad!
I frequently visited the food markets of Bologna while I was in the medieval city. They have such a wide variety of choices!