Don't miss the opportunity to see the main attractions in Bologna and to learn all about local food and wine; enjoy a journey from field to fork in the world's largest agri-food park: FICO Eataly World.
Discover the processes involved in the production of renowned Italian food products by meeting the local producers of 40 farming factories on 2 hectares of open-air fields and stables housing more than 200 animals and 2000 cultivation varieties. After the visit, taste Italy’s most traditional and innovative recipes in one of the 45 restaurants, trattorias, bistros and street food kiosks on site. Take a walk through the markets and shops and buy excellent Italian specialties.
In the afternoon, the tour continues on to the historic center of Bologna. Discover century-old monuments, palaces, distinctive streets and squares such as Piazza Maggiore, where the town hall and other important palaces are located, and via Rizzoli, where you'll understand the original plan of the city and how it's changed over time. Enjoy a stroll through the Quadrilatero, the famous food district, and the local food market. Then stop at Palazzo della Mercanzia and the two medieval towers, the symbol of the city, before visiting the mystical Santo Stefano Complex and the Church of Saint Petronius, one of the biggest in Europe. The guide will also take you to the Jewish ghetto, where the Jews were forced to live till the Italian unification.