Shore Excursions

BOLOGNA SHORE EXCURSIONS

Bologna Shore Excursion: Our shore excursion in Bologna has much more than pasta alla Bolognese, and you are about to find why. Bologna is one of the most beautiful Italian cities, known for its towers and its long arcades, which are present in almost every street of this medieval downtown. It has a beautiful preserved historic center, among the largest in Italy.

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BOLOGNA SHORE EXCURSIONS
Bologna Shore Excursions in Italy Price: 27 EUR
Duration: 6 hours
Level Activity: Medium

Extra Fees:
Mandatory Earphones in St. Petronio






What's eating: Tortellini filled fresh pasta: mortadella ham: Parmigiano cheese. Pasta alla bolognese
Souvenir: A taste of Italy's cuisine: balsamic vinegar

Code Dress:Please note the Dress Code recommended to enter any church. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. This applies to both men and women. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

SHORE EXCURSION IN ITALY: BOLOGNA

We will leave the port of Ravenna to head towards Bologna, that we will reach in an hour and a half to start our shore excursion. Arrived in Bologna, we will have a walking tour in the city. We will have the possibility to admire the most important places of the city, passing through Piazza Maggiore, where we will find the Fountain of Neptune. Then we will continue the shore excursion with the visit of the Basilica of San Petronio, "Mercanzia" Square, the are of the center known as "Quadrilatero", the entrance of the Church of Santa Maria Maria della Vita per Compianto , the "Archiginnasio", one of the most significant building in the city, which was the residence of the ancient university, the first one to be set in the world, and the famous Two Towers.
At the end of the shore excursion, we will go back by bus to port for boarding.

 

*Shore excursions could be subject to variations due to external causes as Cruise Companies politics, weather conditions, duration of the stay of the ship in the port, legal demonstrations