Fiera Hotel

Via Stalingrado 82, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40128, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bologna

The best food in all of Italy.

A travel blog entry by kahallman


After my field trip to Assisi, I took the train to Bologna to spend a day in Italy's food capital. However, getting to our hotel proved a bit more difficult than we thought--Bologna's bus system is very hard to navigate, especially at night. After spending a couple of hours lost, we finally made it to Hotel Fiera. We thought this hotel would be …

Food fiesta

A travel blog entry by chunhin


Mmm...Bologna, food capitol of Italy...I think =P Well unfortunately, unlike in Florence, we didn't get a chance to go to an exceptional restaurant to try out the food from the home of lasagne, bolognaise and tortellini =( because that costed A LOT and two, the place we were going to try out wasn't open *sighs*. But then again, the food that …


A travel blog entry by domhnall

oh baloney. i mean bologna. the city of covered sidewalks. back in munich i bought a random john grisham book called "the broker" just b/c it was in english and i needed a new book. it turned out to be based partially in italy, and bologna of all cities for most of it. so i got to read a bit about the city from a literary point of view before …


A travel blog entry by ericrg


Bologna is touted as the culinary capital of Italy. It is the birth place of spaghetti Bolognese(meat sauce), lasagna, and ravioli. Let the culinary adventure begin. We arrived at the train station at about 11 and got inline for the bus to our hotel right afterwards. We then met a gentleman who insisted that we should just walk to the hotel and …

Abstinence does not make the heart grow fonder !

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... was equally enamoured, even as he struggled painfully to dismount from his cycle, the long, ancient, unevenly cobbled streets had had a somewhat debilitating effect on both teeth and nether regions. Never afraid to voice his opinion, Signor says he favours Ferrara over Florence. The city, some parts medieval, some Renaissance and others modern, is not preserved in aspic for the throngs of tourists but is adapting over time for the needs of its ...

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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good