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Bolonga express tour

Jun 3, 2006  Someone asked me how to travel and enjoy good hotels without paying too much
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Touring northern Italy a few years ago was great but exhausting. So, when we arrived on a Saturday in Bolonga, we looked for a nice affordable hotel both to rest and do some sightseeing. As we approached the town we saw a sign directing to the hotel. It was a very nice 4-5 star hotel. We were worried about the price. It turned out that weekend's rates are about a third of the regular rate. We stayed two nights, we toured the beautiful old city and felt rested, had a great deal and a wonderful time.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Bologna
  • Category: Perfect weekend
  • Traveler type: Sightseeing, Never been before
  • Appeals to: Seniors, Tourists
  • Seasons: Summer
  • 1. Hotel Amadeus, Bolonga
    Amadeus Hotel, Bologna, Province of Bologna
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    Avg price: $76

    Hotel Amadeus was a very good hotel when we stayed there, but it has been some years since, so maybe its not as good as it used to be.

  • 2. Week-end hotel rates

    Many good hotels (4-5 stars) in big cities in Europe, give a reduced rate for week-ends. Try to arrange your incoming and/or your outgoing flights to weekends, you'll save a lot of money if you need to stay overnight or want to tour the city before or after your flight arrival or departure.

  • 3. What to do and see in Bologna

    This URL gives a very comprehesive itinerary. I am sure there is plenty more to read about Bologna's history and culture, but I liked the way this URL was designed.