Use these tips to enjoy the beautiful Città Rossa.
|When you are there|
In Bologna itself, the first place to go for information is the Tourist Information Bureau (IAT). There are three locations:
|Lodging Assistance||The Tourist Information Bureau (IAT) at Piazza Maggiore, 6, Palazzo D'Agosta is the best place to obtain lodging assistance.|
|Provincial Tourist Office||The office for Bologna Provincial Tourism is at Via de' Castagnoli, 3 in Bologna.|
|Most useful bus lines||
|Before you go|
For lodging, the best source of information is an Acrobat PDF file you can download here:
Ospitalità 2010 Bologna città e provincia
. The legends in the front are in both Italian and English. The lists are in Italian but with the icons and legend, it is easily usable by English speakers.
The lodging information above comes from the official Bologna Provincial Toursim site. Unfortunately, its English version is 'still under construction'. If the link above does not work, they may have moved it. You can get to it on the Italian site and following these steps:
Bologna Tourist Office (English page:
If link does not work, use the Italian language
Bologna Tourist Office home page
and select English at the top.)
As noted above, when in Bologna, all offices have a great free map of the city. The Piazza Maggiore office can assist with arranging lodging as well.
|Information Province of Bologna||Bologna Provincial Toursim is the site for the province including cities outside of Bologna. Unfortunately, its English version is 'still under construction'. However, it provides a number of great services not available in just the city of Bologna.|
|Information Region of Emilia Romagna||Emilia Romagna Tourism is the English site for the region of Emilia Romagna which contains Bologna. The Italian site is Emilia Romagna Tourism and you can select English tab if the preceding link does not work.|
|If You Only Have A Couple of Days . . .|
I am a writer and have published a book Bologna Reflections: An Uncommon Guide will be enjoyable to armchair travelers and prospective visitors as well. You may also enjoy my writings on Sicily.
I invite your comments in English or Italian about Bologna -- or about what I have written.
Home: Mary Tolaro NoyesLast update: 09-Jul-2011 Page Author: Mary Tolaro Noyes