The guided tour around Bologna and its museums takes place over three days. First morning: Museo Civico Archeologico , Roman ... More
Bologna e i suoi musei
The guided tour around Bologna and its museums takes place over three days. First morning: Museo Civico Archeologico , Roman Theatre and the Sala Borsa excavations. First afternoon: Piazza Maggiore and its buildings, Piazza del Nettuno, the Towers . Museo Civico Medievale and the Selenite walls. Second morning: The university area: San Giacomo Maggiore and Oratorio di Santa Cecelia. Second afternoon: The Palazzo Comunale interiors: Pinacoteca Nazionale and Museo Morandi . Third morning: Galleria d'Arte Moderna . One of the current exhibitions in the city. Third afternoon: Museo Storico didattico della Tappezzeria (furnishings museum) and a church of your choice. The guided tour is organized by the Guide D'Arte association. The qualified tour guides are all experts in art and history.
Giorgio Morandi used to teach sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and he loved this city. He
used to like to stroll around the streets, taking in everything around him and then sit in Piazza Maggiore ...
This magnificent palace which began being built in 1521 to the plans of Andrea Formigine, owes its uniquness to the
177 heads that decorate the façade, and led to the nickname "Palace of the Head." The stone heads are ...
This theater was built in 1638 by the architect A. Levanti in the Archginnasio, the former University site. It is
said that it was reduced to rubble by bombing in 1944, and was minutely rebuilt so as to resume ...
*Terms & Conditions: Savings calculation is based on Flight + Hotel vacation package bookings for a 3 month period for 2 adults with a 2+ night length of stay compared to price of the same components if booked separately during same period. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, travel dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.