Bus Milan-Bologna: travel by bus to Emilia Romagna capital. Buses from Milan to Bologna
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Bologna: educated, Red and Fat: amazing food and vivacity
“I sleep on the grass and I’ve got plenty of friends next to me, the lovers in Piazza Grande, I know everything of their sorrows and love, right or wrong that it may be.” Lucio Dalla Educated, Red and Fat: these are the attributes that people give to Bologna, state capital of Emilia Romagna. Educated because it is the city of one of the first universities in Italy. Red as the color of its houses and roofs. Fat because of its typical cuisine. Piazza Maggiore, also known as Piazza Grande, is the center of all the religious activities and everyday life. It is famous for the Nettuno Fountain, which is watched over by three important buildings: Palazzo Comunale on the west, Palazzo dei Banchi on the East and Basilica di San Petronio on the south. In front of this last building, you can admire the magnificent Palazzo del Podestà. According to a myth, Piazza Maggiore can be hostile to university students: it seems like if they walk through it passing by the center, they will never graduate!Two towers, Asinelli and Garisenda, watch over Bologna, and the Basilica of Santo Stefano, together with other sacred buildings, are part of the famous Sette Chiese. The triangular Piazza named after Santo Stefano, which was reconstructed recently, holds Chiesa del Crocifisso, Basilica del Sepolcro, Chiesa di San Vitale and Sant’Agricola, Pilato’s Courtyard, Chiesa del Martyrium, Chiostro Medievale and Santo Stefano Museum.
Famous People of Bologna
Luigi Galvani, who discovered animal electricity, and Guglielmo Marconi, who invented the radio telegraph, were born in Bologna. Bologna gave birth to several talented people, especially singers: Andrea Mingardi, Angelo Branduardi and Gaetano Curreri, and the even more famous Francesco Guccini, Gianni Morandi and Lucio Dalla. Others singers moved to Bologna: Luca Carboni, Cesare Cremoniniand Samuele Bersani. Very important people are related to this wonderful city: Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Pupi Avati, Raffaella Carrà.
Events in Bologna
On the websiteLonely Planet you may find all the events and activities organized in the city.
Where to stay in Bologna
Bologna has plenty of hotels, Bed and Breakfasts and flats to rent. If you are looking for a place to stay, we suggest you to look them up on Booking .
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