1. Italy
  2. Emilia-Romagna
  3. Bologna
  4. Tower of Garisenda

Bologna: Food and Wine Walking Tour

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Visit the historical city center of Bologna while tasting local food and wine along the way. Discover the secrets of the old Medieval city with your guide, and wrap up your tour with an authentic gelato, before touring a church's crypt.
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Duration 3 hours
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  • Visit the historical city center and the Medieval areas of Bologna
  • Taste some of the best local food and wine specialties
  • Visit an ancient crypt hidden from the rest of the city
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Enjoy a 3-hour walking tour to discover the true Bologna, and learn about its artwork and culinary heritage. Throughout your tour you will become familiar with the city of Bologna, which is famous for its artistic richness and its gastronomic history.

You will discover the historical Medieval center of Bologna, while tasting the local specialties the city has to offer. You will be introduced to local cheese, deli meats and local wine. You will visit all the sights that have made the city famous, including the Two Towers, the Palazzo della Mercanzia, the Medieval market (known as Mercato di Mezzo), and Piazza Maggiore.

Towards the end of your tour, you will have authentic Italian gelato in a popular local ice cream shop. Your tour will then conclude with a guided visit to an ancient crypt, which lies beneath one of the many churches of the city.
  • Guided walking tour through the Medieval city center
  • One glass of local white wine (Pignoletto)
  • One glass of local red wine (Lambrusco)
  • Selection of local deli meats and cheese
  • Italian ice-cream (gelato)
  • Guided tour of the crypt

When you get there

Meeting point

Your tour will meet at the statue standing between the Two Towers of Bologna, Piazza di Porta Ravegnana. Bologna, 40126

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