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Bologna Trip Report

jen kalb
by jen kalb 3 years ago

We had a great week in Bologna (last week in April), followed by 3 really enjoyable days in Piacenza province and Pavia, to be reported upon separately. While Bologna does not have the iconic sight...

Milan, Bologna, Parma, Modena-Help Please

enofile
by enofile 3 years ago

After much deliberation, our trip in March will be confined to the rails. We will start with two nights in Milan, then wander through Emilia-Romagna with a base in Bologna, and end the holiday wit...

Bologna in April

jen kalb
by jen kalb 3 years ago

It looks like we may be spending several days in Bologna in late April, and are eagerly looking forward to this first visit. We will be public transportation/foot transport dependent (no car). Of ...

Fabulous Lunch on the way to Venice?

flyfishchick
by flyfishchick 3 years ago

we will be driving from Forli to Venice and would like to have one fabulous lunch at a great restaurant along the way. we will be a group of 5 with a driver. We could do Bologna, Ferrara, Padua, Vi...

Recommendations for Dining with Kids -- 6 Days in Bologna

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by amberst393 3 years ago

My husband and I and our two kids (ages 3 and 7) will be visiting Bologna for 6 days later this month, and we would very much appreciate recommendations on dining options in and around Bologna. We...

Where to spend my extra day? Parma, Bologna, Milan, Turin, Lyon, Bordeaux or San Sebastian

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by remdog99 4 years ago

I have 1 extra foodie day to spend in Parma, Bologna, Milan, Turin, Lyon, Bordeaux or San Sebastian (I'll be spending 2 days in each of these places already). From a foodie perspective, and with no...

One Bologna dinner- Via Serra vs All'Osteria Bottega

ramenbound
by ramenbound 3 years ago

Hi all. Will be around ER in the spring and should have two, but possibly only one meal in Bologna. I have identified Trattoria Via Serra and All'Osteria Bottega as the two spots that most interes...

Osteria Francescana lunch reservation - December 30 - 1 person needed

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by knifeforkchopstick 3 years ago

Hi! I was lucky enough to get a reservation at Osteria Francescana for lunch on December 30 @ 1p.m. However, due to my friend having to pull out, I'm now looking for someone else to join me. ...

1 day in Parma / Reggio Emilia

Ali G
by Ali G 4 years ago

I'll be staying in Reggio Emilia on business for a week with 1 full Saturday on my own. I know this isn't much time to do any exploring, so how would you suggest spending the day? I'd like to ...

Road/train tripping from Milan to Bologna

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by JulesTei 4 years ago

Hi everyone, My husband, baby daughter (she'll be about 16 mos) and I are going to a wedding in the South of France next June, but are planning on flying into Milan and heading south towards Bol...

Bologna - 2 dinners and 1 lunch

krystle920
by krystle920 4 years ago

We are visiting Bologna in October and we will have 2 dinners and 1 lunch. For lunch, I was thinking we can wander around the market, perhaps pick up some Prosciutto di Parma, Culatello, Mortadella...

Lunch between Venice and Siena

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by 9lives 4 years ago

We're picking up a car at Marco Polo Airport on a Saturday AM next month. We will have been in Venice for a few days. I'd like to break up the drive to Siena..looks like about 4 hours? Someth...

Avoid Ristorante Diana in Bologna

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by ngorevic 10 years ago

I was just in Bologna for a couple days and had such a bad experience at Diana I had to share it. It started off with the fact that they do not serve wines by the glass. I work in wine, and I've ne...

Trattoria di Via Serra Menu Help

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by mcriden 4 years ago

First trip to Bologna in October- Sunday lunch only. I'd love to eat at Trattoria di via Serra, and saw Ziggy's mention of ragu tagliatelle, but don't see the item on their menu. My traveling compa...

Two nights in Bologna

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by jodygh 8 years ago

I have to decide where to eat in Bologna, only have two days and nights and am completely confused. The hotel recommends: Drogheria, Vicolo Colombina and Sangiovese. Chowhound people seem to pre...

Where to eat in Bologna/Parma/Modena, no car

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by remdog99 4 years ago

Sounds like the best eating is to be had outside of the towns. But if you are backpacking like me with no car, what are the best choices (that are worth the $)? Any worthwhile resto's in town, or a...

Northern Italy Recommendations

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by CACulinary 4 years ago

Heading to Italy in mid-August, and would love any restaurant, winery, cooking class recommendations for: FLORENCE, SIENA, BOLOGNA, MODENA, PARMA, PORTOVENERE and LAKE COMO. Right now, all we h...

Monday Dinner in Bologna.

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by travelbug88 4 years ago

I've been reading post after post, review after review to the point where I am so lost. Apparently choosing where to have dinner in Bologna is the hardest decision in the world for me. Sunday night...

Sunday lunch restaurant on route from Montepulciano to Bologna?

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by travelbug88 4 years ago

We plan to have lunch (which will be on a Sunday) on our way to Montepulciano to Bologna in October. Right now we're considering America or Trattoria del Borgo. Any other recommendations?