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I like going around streets when I am abroad. My hotel is already on this street and I can reach everywhere. Now I learned that there will be a direct train from the airport soon. And always nice before christmas.
As a quick way between the station and the old city and as an introduction to Bologna's amazing covered walkways, this street is great.
However for me it was too shopping dominated and too full of people rushing to be relaxing or to reveal the...More
Bologna has been very forward in limiting car traffic in the central part of the city. When we first started going there, the din and the difficulty of crossing Indipendenza were daunting. These days, traffic is relatively light, and pedestrians appear to rule to street....More
This is the proud boulevard that runs down through the Centro Storico from north to south. It’s lined with covered walkways on both sides, much like what you find in Turin, if you’ve been there before and have walked under theirs. All sorts of high-end...More
This is the main road linking the railway station to the central town square (Piazza Maggiore). Toward the town centre, some of the road is pedestrian access only, and along a lot of the route the pavement is under porticos. There are lots of shops...More