I particularly enjoyed my trip to Bologna during the summer time because I got to learn much more about Italian culture.
The use of potatoes and corn in Italian cuisine became very popular in the 18th century, when the ingredients were newly introduced to the culture. Gnocchi, a type of pasta with a potato filling, became one of the country’s delicacies.
There is a national museum in Bologna that every tourist must visit when exploring the culture of the city.
In order to enter the San Giacomo Maggiore on Piazza Rossini, you don’t need to pay an admission fee! It is such a beautiful church that is worth checking out when exploring the city’s landmarks.
Even the people of Bologna, the Bolognese, do not understand how outstandingly beautiful their magical city really is.
There are so many different pizza toppings to choose from when ordering a traditional Italian pizza at the local pizzeria in Bologna.
The rich history and culture associated with the city of Bologna is what makes it even more beautiful and interesting for newcomers to witness and explore.
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.
Bologna is famed for its food (la grassa) as well as being red (la rossa). Its architecture traditionally has a very earthy color.
Mercato di Mezzo is well-known for its local cured meats and delicious bread with prosciutto.
The Fountain of Neptune, which was completed just after the mid-16th century (1567), exhibits a magnificent bronze sculpture of King Neptune in control of the fountain’s waters.
There are many landmarks around the 13th century Piazza Maggiore, possibly finest square in Italy, including several palaces and a basilica.