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Villas in Bologna

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Top-rated villas in Bologna

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Villa in Castenaso
Villa - Agrit. Primaluna
Primaluna Farmhouse is located in the green of the first outskirts of Bologna, in a quiet, hospitable and private place, surrounded by the countryside, but at the same time very close to the Bologna fairgrounds (7 Km - 10 minutes by car) and the city center of Bologna (10 Km - 15 minutes by car). Ideal also as a base to visit Emilia Romagna and, in 1.5 hours by car, cities like Venice and Florence. It is advisable to have a car. Public transportation is 2 km from the property with a pedestrian street.
$102 per night
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Private room in Sasso Marconi
La Quercia - Suite Chimney Executive
La Quercia is an All-Suites barn of the early 19th century and renovated in March 2019. The property is located in a large private park in the middle of a plateau overlooking the Bolognese hills. This suite located on the fist floor , has a view directly on the hill and a chimney. Also recommended for the old people due to the absence of internal steps and the tranquility of the area and the Suite.
$86 per night
Private room in Sasso Marconi
Ca'Palazzo Malvasia-Superior Room with Terrace
Independent room with terrace in an ancient villa in the middle of a large park with old trees. The quiet of the countryside and the beauty of the hills will welcome you in a unique and magical environment. A few minutes from the city, you will find an oasis of peace and tranquility. Next to Villa Grifone, the home of Guglielmo Marconi, in the middle of the Bolognese hills.
$96 per night

Stay near Bologna's top sights

Photo of Piazza Maggiore
Piazza Maggiore499 locals recommend
Photo of FICO World Eataly
FICO World Eataly113 locals recommend
Photo of Two Towers
Two Towers206 locals recommend
Photo of Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport70 locals recommend
Photo of Unipol Arena
Unipol Arena15 locals recommend
Photo of Mercato delle Erbe
Mercato delle Erbe301 locals recommend

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Your guide to Bologna

All About Bologna

Bologna, capital city of the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, is known throughout Europe as a food-lover’s mecca. Friends gather along the peach porticos of Piazza Mazziore for carafes of Lambrusco, the local wine, and plates of prosciutto and other aperitivi. Some restaurants specialize in Bologna’s distinctive pastas, such as meat-filled tortellini in broth (hand twisted, of course) and lasagne oozing with Bolognese sauce.

While the incredible food scene is a huge draw, Bologna’s other charms are on display when you’re not looking down at your plate. Recently, the so-called City of Porticos was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Musicians perform on the cobblestones of Bologna’s central piazzas while cyclists whisk by on bikes and Vespas. Bologna doesn’t have a leaning tower like Pisa — it has two: Asinelli and Garisenda. At the Fountain of Neptune in the Piazza del Nettuno, the Ancient Roman sea god towers over the city. North of the city center, the centuries-old Piazzola Market is where hundreds of merchants sell their wares, from fashion to flowers.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bologna?

The best times to secure your Bologna vacation rental are spring and autumn, when the weather is usually sunny but milder and less humid than summer, which can get very hot. Businesses also often close during part of the summer so the owners can take their annual vacations, so keep this in mind if you choose to visit during this time. Winters are generally cool but not too cold, and since snow is rare, this may be a great time to explore the city. Bologna’s Christmas markets, held in the weeks leading up to the holiday, can be a festive place to do some shopping and discover Christmas delicacies.


What are the top things to do in Bologna?

Bologna Food Tour

A perfect way to quickly get your bearings in the city that calls itself La Grassa (“the fat one”) is to take a walking, biking, or bus tasting tour. You can learn how the best foods and wines are produced and prepared, and leave knowing where to buy true Modena balsamic vinegar or top-notch Parmigiano Reggiano.

University of Bologna

Founded in 1088, the University of Bologna is the world’s oldest university in continuous operation. It is home to stunning 16th-century buildings like the Palazzo Poggi or the Collegio di Spagna, as well as one of the oldest botanical gardens in Europe. The university grounds and many of its buildings are open to the public to explore.

Carpigiani Gelato Museum

This museum is dedicated to the history, culture, and technology of gelato. Here you can enroll in a hands-on masterclass, take a guided tour of the exhibits, and taste some of the many flavors of gelato that Bolognese artisans produce.