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What you should know about Eastern Bologna
Make finding hotels in Eastern Bologna, Bologna easier with Hotels.com's easy-to-use search system, and discover accommodation in the city that's perfect for you. All of Hotels.com's Eastern Bologna hotels have been carefully selected for quality and value, and whether you're planning a romantic break, a family vacation, or a business trip you can be sure of finding places to stay that fully meet your expectations. Each of the hotels in Eastern Bologna that you see at Hotels.com have been rated by former guests, meaning that you can book with honest and reliable information at your disposal. A series of photographs has also been included so that you can form a real idea of what to expect when you arrive at your Eastern Bologna hotel.
What's Eastern Bologna like?
Bologna is Italy's 7th largest city and is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region. The city is famous for being home to the world's oldest university; founded in 1088, the University of Bologna is within easy reach of your hotel and a high number of students ensure that the area is lively and vibrant. The university district of Eastern Bologna will thrill art lovers, and you can see works from the 13th to 18th centuries in the National Art Gallery of Bologna. The Academy of Fine Arts is in the same building, and its gallery boasts works by Tintoretto, Raphael and Titian. The famous towers Asinelli and Garisenda are just 2 miles from Eastern Bologna, and you can climb can climb to the top of Asinelli for fabulous views over Piazza di Porta Ravegnana, one of the city's beautiful squares. Bologna is a UNESCO creative center of music, and fans of rock and electronic music will love exploring local venues, while classical enthusiasts can catch symphonies or opera in theaters close to hotels in Eastern Bologna.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Eastern Bologna
Hotels in Eastern Bologna will most likely be your first point of contact with locals, and although many people speak English it can be helpful to learn a few words of Italian. Locals like nothing more than long, leisurely family meals, so why not join them in the friendly cafes and restaurants near your accommodation in Eastern Bologna? The city is considered the culinary capital of Italy, and dishes like lasagne, spaghetti Bolognese, and of course, bologna all originated here. Find more ideas to make your break in Eastern Bologna special at Hotels.com as well as some of the city's best accommodation.