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Only takes an hour if you don't "hop off" and gives a great feel for the age and architecture of the city. It certainly assists to orient one. The highlight was the view back across the city from the Hospedale Rizzoli.
We were staying in Bologna for 3 nights and wanted to see as much of the city as we could albeit in 32 degree heat! We were especially keen to see San Luca but it is 3.5KM south of the city. The easiest way to...More
My girlfriend was tired so we decided to take this bus tour, what a mistake. We hardly understood a word and didnt have time to see anything as the driver went too fast. It was cold inside. Big mistake!
The Cityred Bus (There is only one bus) claims to let you on and off and has buses running every half hour. We sat at the bus stop for two hours and when the bus finally came the hostess (and I use the term loosely)...More
It's always a good idea when arriving at a new destination to take a local bus tour to get orientated. This bus tour is very good, with earphones and a commentary in different languages. I loved the tour and really got to see so much...More
We visited the tourist information centre & the girls at the door would not answer questions. Their job was to press a machine to give us a ticket to queue for information desk. We got there & asked if we could buy Tx on the...More
Took this tour recently and found it to be very good value (Euros 42 for three of us) and full of interesting insights into the city and it's history. The commentary was very well synchronised with the speed of travel and it was all very...More
The Tour begins and ends at the bus stop in Piazza Maggiore, near the Tourist Information office but there are hop-on, hop-off stops around the city. I do not think there is a car park nearby but there are car parks outside... More
The Tour begins and ends at the bus stop in Piazza Maggiore, near the Tourist Information office but there are hop-on, hop-off stops around the city. I do not think there is a car park nearby but there are car parks outside the city centre itself. Perhaps try near to the railway station?
If you have a car, you can drive up to San Luca rather than take the Bus.
I hope this helps.