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City Breaks to Bologna

City Breaks to Bologna from Ireland with Club Travel for the best offers on breaks, holidays, flights and hotels including great last minute deals. Bologna boasts a magical medieval cityscape. Seen as Italy’s culinary capital Bologna is the home of Spaghetti Bolognese which is just one of many dishes which will excite your taste buds. The excellent local wine is another reason why so many people choose Bologna as their city break destination. Cheap short breaks and weekend breaks to Bologna from Dublin are a great place to experience true Italian Culture. Book a cheap last minute city break to Bologna today with Club Travel and today for the best deals on flights, hotels and accommodation.  

 

Hotels in Bologna

Club Travel can offer its customers amazing special offers on hotels in Bologna. We have many hotels available and can find a special place for you to stay while on your city break to Bologna. Whether you have a big or small budget, call us now and let us find you a special hotel for your city break to Bologna.

Grand Hotel Elite: Located in the city centre, just a stroll from the historical centre, the hotel is near Porta San Felice. Guests can easily walk to the Two Towers, Piazza Maggiore and Piazza del Nettuno, as well as all the other attractions and famous monuments in the city.

Zanhotel Regina: This lovely hotel is located in centre of Bologna, just a few metres from the Due Tori and the Piazza VIII Agosto, which is the venue for a weekly market. This location provides an optimal opportunity to experience Bolognas rich culture and lively atmosphere.

 

Things to do in Bologna

Towers of Bologna: The two towers are the symbol of Bologna, at one time there were around one hundred of these towers in Bologna, built for defending the city now not many have survived and these are the two most famous.

Basilica Santuario della Madonna di San Luca houses a representation of the Virgin Mary, supposedly painted by St Luke and transported from the Middle East to Bologna in the 12th century.

Museum of Bologna: This museum tells the story of the city using super modern technology including 3D film, a mock canal and more in this futuristic museum of Bologna’s past.

Other popular activities in Bologna include Wine tours, Private tours of the city, Segwey tours etc.

 

Food and drink

Bologna is a port city and so you can expect that seafood will feature prominently but not exclusively on menus in the city. Calamari, lasagne and other pasta dishes are common including the famous Bolognese dish that emanated from the city and turned into a world favourite.

 

Nightlife in Bologna

By day Bologna is a relaxed historical city but comes alive at night. Matis is the city’s most famous nightclub and is a great place if you are in the mood for dancing as it has a huge dance floor. The Covo Club is the place to check out for live music bands. There are also many theatres in Bologna where classical music is performed.

 

General information

Bologna Airport is officially called Guglielmo Marconi Airport and is situated 6km northwest of the city of Bologna. The airport is connected to the city by rail and bus which both operate a frequent service and takes about 20 mins to reach the city.

Weather in Bologna the city of Bologna experiences four different seasons. In summer the temperatures can easily reach 30degrees Celsius. Autumn cools to the low twenties. January is the coldest month with the average temperature at near freezing. Spring is a lovely time to visit as it is warm and mild.

Electricity The standard European 220Volt two-pin round pronged plugs.

Currency Italy uses the Euro

Bologna Time is one hour ahead of Irish time. +1GMT

Visa requirements Irish Citizens travelling to Bologna do not require a visa as Italy is a member state of the E.U


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