The pool in the Montagnola Park was built in the late 19th century for Emiliana; Diego Sarti, the Italian sculptor, was responsible for the unique and interesting scultpures found throughout the premises.
Each tiny tortellini packet is handmade enclosing a perfect blend of rich flavours making each bite as succulent as the last.
Gorge yourself on a delicious tortellini pasta plate deeply immersed in a rich and creamy sauce.
You can see the picturesque park with its monuments from the Piazza VIII Agosto in Bologna. At the start of the weekend, there is an outstanding market held at the piazza where you can buy things like clothing, linen and fabric, crafts and more!
There are two types of pasta; dried and fresh. The dried pasta is obviously made without eggs therefore can be stored in your pantry for about two years. Fresh pasta can only be consumed within two days (since it usually includes eggs) and is stored in the fridge. When you are in Italy, be sure to try the fresh one!