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The room was very clean and appeared as advertised. It was an equal distance to walk to train station and to the historic centre. The place was hard to find as it is in an apartment complex. This is not a bed and breakfast as there is no breakfast. The hotel around the corner offers breakfast for 5€.
We stayed here for six nights and the room was immaculate with a great shower. Unfortunately there's no breakfast, despite the name but don't let that put you off. Just 5 minutes from the cental station and opposite the bus station it's great for touring the local area. There is a fridge in the room and a large Spar supermarket at the station. The city centre is less than a 10 minutes walk and the owners will store your luggage on check-out day for €3.50. Transfer from the airport on the BLQ bus for €6. There is also a map provided for you and the owners have information about the city and the area. The city centre is beautiful and you can book tickets from the Tourist Info Centre(Piazza Maggiore) and a time slot for the infamous Torre degli Asinelli (Europe's oldest medieval tower) for €5 which offers fantastic views over the city. It is essential to take hand wipes though as the humidity and age of wood can leave your hands quite sticky and uncomfortable from the banister! That's my ultimate travellers' tip! At the tourist info you can also book various trips and activities but we arranged our own on the internet prior to our trip and visited the Ducati factory and museum which was interesting and informative and every bike is built there. This was €30 each and an early morning taxi cost €15 but it was easier however we were able to catch the local bus back into the centre for €1.30. There are many excellent places to eat try Vamola on Via delle Moline where we had three evening meals which were excellent. Try the lasagna (€9) tagatialle (€9) or rabbit stew (11€) and the surroundings, staff and service is superb. Try wine and tapas (€5 for a small wooden platter) at La Prosciutteria on Via Oberdan and drinks can be enjoyed in the bars overlooking the church -well worth a visit- on Via Santa Stefano or at Manico where their local speciality of chocolate tart was sublime on Via degli Orefici. Alcoholic drinks can sometimes be really expensive but are often served with extensive nibbles so bare that in mind when ordering. The most excellent gelato (we enjoyed lemon, berry and chocolate -which was more like a rich mousse) can be found at Le Tre Gemme on Via Marsala. Finally tea in this city seems to be regarded as a luxury and can be very expensive- sometimes up to €5. If you're English and like a good cuppa then visit Bar Impero on Via dell Indipenzenza. Here very hot tea is served in a pot for €2 but be sure to ask for English Breakfast. Try another coffee shop Aroma (via Porte Nuove) where Rick Stein visited! This is a great base for touring the area we went to Ferrara on the local bus (€9 return) and on the train to Parma (€15 return) and Modena ((€7.50 return).Modena also has Enzo Ferrari's house and museum for any budding Motorsport fans. All tickets can be booked in the station on the self- service machines and you can select your language. They are all close to their respective town centres too. However, if you only have time to visit one place then I'd recommend Ravenna which is beautiful and has some of the most amazing and complete mosaics and is a world Heritage Site. The Basilica is breathtaking. Again this can be reached on the train (€14return) and all journeys are less than one hour. There's also a church with a hidden surprise so head towards the main Tourist Info centre and investigate the large church there. Overall the city is beautiful with exceptional architecture and unusual portico corridors and there is plenty of good shopping, opportunities for people watching and delicious local food with lovely places to relax for a drink. An excellent choice for a city break which is off the beaten track and this place is a good one to enhance your stay.
Lovely stay in Bologna!
The B&B is about a 10 minute walk away from the train station and also very close to the city centre. The rooms are very clean and everything was new. You can find fresh towels and shower gels in the bathroom. The owners were super nice, they had a couple of breakfast treats in the room because their usual breakfast place was closed for that day. They also gave us a map and a guide book of the city for us to use. The B&B also had a coffee machine in the entrance. The wifi was great, no problems with connection. We were three people and the room was spacious so we had a great and comfortable one night stay. Wish we could stay longer!
Ho pernottato solo una notte ma ho trovato una camera pulita, con tutti i comfort (aria condizionata, mini frigo). Non hanno il servizio colazione ma mettono a disposizione macchinetta del caffè e acqua. La posizione è eccellente per muoversi perché a pochi minuti dalla stazione centrale.
Giretto a Bologna
Il Central City è ospitato all'interno di un condomino che si trova a breve distanza dalla stazione Centrale di Bologna e a pochi minuti dal centro città. Le stanze, grandi luminose, ben arredate sono super pulite e comode, fornite di asciugamani candidi e necessaire per l'igiene. I doppi infissi alle finestre tengono lontani i rumori del viale molto frequentato dalle auto e permettono un ottimo riposo. Fabio e Cristina sono proprietari solerti ed accoglienti in grado di dare consigli su ristoranti e visite in città, gentili e disponibili ad alloggiare valigie ed acquisti in attesa di ripartire. Unica nota che dispiace è legata alla mancata prima colazione, (loro forniscono buon caffe e biscottini e durante la settimana hanno una convenzione col bar vicino che però il sabato non funziona) o alla impossibilità di prepararsi un'altra bevanda calda anche considerando che il prezzo della stanza non è proprio economicissimo. La consigliamo comunque ed auguriamo loro, buona fortuna