Miramonte B&B

Address: Via Miramonte 11, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40124, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Santo Stefano area of Bologna, is near Piazza Maggiore, Teatro Anatomico, Basilica di San Domenico, and Archaeological Museum (Museo Civico Archeologico).
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    Travel Blogs from Bologna

    Early start to set off for Rome

    A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jul 09, 2015

    ... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...

    Bologna is boring..and that is just what I needed.

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 20, 2015

    54 photos

    ... it was a six or seven km walk, and I had seen pretty much everything that Bologna had to offer.
    It is not a pretty place. The old town is quite dark and medieval and looking in need of a bit of renovation. I think they do one every couple of hundred years, so it is due. It's main claim to fame, apart from the sausage, is that the first University was established here in 1080 AD. There is a museum in the square where you can go in and look at the lecture room where ...

    My birthday!

    A travel blog entry by lakefamily4 on Jun 15, 2015

    5 photos

    ... still surrounded by 9km of ancient walls. The Castello Estense in the centre of town is surrounded by a moat and is complete with drawbridges. The streets are quite cobblestones making riding the old noisy bikes pretty teeth chattering, but the kids loved it and it is such a good way to get around. We did a few laps of town, the obligatory ice cream, stracciatella fast becoming the favourite flavour! Luckily pulled up at ...

    Venice to Ferrara

    A travel blog entry by lakefamily4 on Jun 14, 2015

    ... through our strange little, out of the way BNB. The lady was very friendly and the rooms were good. Generous brekky available 24/7, a bit packaged and mostly sweet - hard to just have toast here and the cereals are all sweet. She recommended we head into town and catch the last day of the festival for children - a sort of a local fete where the local girls were dressed up as the Disney princesses and put ...

    June 2015

    A travel blog entry by hansonj on Jun 02, 2015

    7 comments, 16 photos

    ... is one lane for both directions. However it's so quiet you can hear the cars coming and there's time to step off the road. I had wondered what would have happen if I met the evening bus as I passed the section where the stinging nettles line both sides of the road. It's a steep 5 km round trip to the Pieve Antica, a 12th century church. Roffeno is the same distance but a flatter walk along the road. I thought there might be a cute bar for a late afternoon aperitif ...