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Small-Group Italian Food and Wine Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Bologna
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Small-Group Italian Food and Wine Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Bologna
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The Emilia-Romagna region is home to some of Italy’s most treasured culinary highlights—and this full-day food tour from Bologna promises a delicious day out. In the morning, meet at a departure point that works best for you, and set off in a comfortable minivan. You’ll visit four artisan food facilities, and will see how Parmigiano-Reggiano, prosciutto, balsamic vinegar, and wine are made. You’ll also enjoy a decadent, 6-course meal at a family-run restaurant.
$176.20 per adult
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really cool to see that this old wood is holding up. the crowds around taking pictures make this a stop you should see.
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This is one of the best examples of a medieval portico. I found it quite incredible to be standing in front of a house which was built around 1245. If you cross the road, you can better see how the third level sticks, supported by really tall, 9m high oak columns. It looks
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its a short visit but one thats Worth the time as you can see how bologna would have look in the days of old and of course there is the story of the 3 archers
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An excellent look into the past of hoe the porticoes of Bologna came about. I am not sure it is the absolute oldest, but it is beautiful in its age. Take some time to study and then enjoy a small respite inside.
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Being in Construction I was so impressed with this structure. It looks so old that we just kept walking back and forth in front of it. I loved walking around Bologna...
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