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Business Class Flights To Bologna

‘Bologna la rossa’ (Bologna the red), with its definitive red-hued architecture and terracotta roofs, is considered by many Italians to be second only to Venice in beauty, yet it is still largely unknown to foreign travelers. The city is a fascinating fusion of medieval elegance, high fashion, and grit, as seen on the graffitied castle walls near the University of Bologna, the world’s oldest continuously operating university. When you choose to travel on business class flights to Bologna, you join the ranks of knowing travelers who agree that this is the best way of reaching this destination. You will travel in the utmost comfort, with the most sumptuous meals and drinks, and the careful attention to detail that business class flights to Bologna are known for.

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Bologna Airport and Business Class Lounge

Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport is located 3.7 miles northwest of the city center and is Italy’s seventh-busiest airport. Book business class flights to Bologna and gain access to the exclusive and refined business class lounges. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, you will love the discreet facilities and vast array of delicious refreshments. Enjoy the extreme comfort of luxurious armchairs and sofas in a calm, relaxing environment, or make the most of your time in the airport with the office and meeting areas. Once you are ready to leave the airport, you will feel well prepared, recharged, and satisfied.


Things To Do In Bologna

There are many museums to visit in Bologna, and some of the best known include the Archaeological Museum, with its large collection of Egyptian antiquities, the Jewish Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, or MAMBo, the National Picture Gallery, and the numerous University Museums such as the Museo Navale, Museo Aldovrandi, Museo Europea Degli Studenti, and the Museo della Specola. There are so many excellent museums to visit, in fact, it is definitely worth purchasing a Carta Bologna dei Musei (Museum Card) if you plan on visiting more than one of them while you stay.

The 12th-century Due Torri (Two Towers), Asinelli and Garisenda, are the main landmark of the city. Standing at 330 feet tall, you can climb the 498 steps to the top of Torre degli Asinelli for a fantastic view of the city from above. Torre degli Garisenda is closed to the public. To the west of the towers you will find the monumental pedestrian square known as Piazza Maggiore. Here you will find the enormous Basilica of San Petronia, the City Hall, the portico dei Banchi, and the Palazzo del Podestà. The Fontana di Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune) is another important symbol of the city. The University Quarter is full of bars and cafes and is home to Europe’s oldest university, which is over 900 years old. Other sights to see include the Portico Walk To San Luca, which takes you through 666 historic porticos, the medieval area of Corte de’ Galluzzi, and the Biblioteca Salaborsa, where you can see ancient Etruscan and Roman ruins.

For high-end shopping, be sure to head to Galleria Cavour, where you will find all of the most luxurious fashion shops such as Armani, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, and Versace. Via San Felice is another wonderful area to search for fashionable clothing, shoes, art galleries, and more. CRETE - Piece Unique and One Arte are both great shops with unique twists that offer a lot of Italian-made jewelry, art-driven souvenirs, and interior design pieces. The fashionable man seeking a top-quality made-to-measure Italian suit should head to New Dandy. For the cinephile, Cineteca di Bologna is the place to go for original vintage Italian movie posters and a vast selection of restored classic films.

Bologna is widely considered to be the ‘food capital’ of Italy, which is quite impressive with such stiff competition! If you order ‘Bolognese sauce’, what you will get is Tagliatelle al ragù, which comes with a thick sauce made of onions, carrots, pork, veal and just the slightest amount of tomato sauce, and is not served with spaghetti but with the wider tagliatelle pasta. Bollito misto is another typical Bologna dish made of various different meats simmered together and served with an anchovy-garlic sauce and mashed potatoes. Also try the polpette alla Bolognese, friggione, and cotoletta alla Bolognese for a deeply satisfying meal. If you have space for desert, try the zuppa inglese, a liquor-soaked sponge cake similar to tiramisu, or the raviole and pinza, very popular pastries that you can find pretty much everywhere in Bologna. There are so many places to choose from, but Tratorria di Via Serra, Drogheria della Rosa, and Trattoria dal Biassanot, are all good options.

Head to the lively areas of Via Zamboni, the university area, Al Piccolo in the Piazza Verdi, or Via Pratello, where you will find many bars and nightspots. Some of the most popular bars in the city for students and tourists are the Cluricaune Irish Pub, the Celtic Druid Pub, Bar Wolf, and the Old Bridge Pub. There is an excellent local live music scene in Bologna, so if you’re so inclined, try Cantina Bentivoglio, Bravo Caffe, and Take Five which all specialize in live jazz.


Getting Around Bologna

Although the winding medieval streets can sometimes be confusing, Bologna is easy to navigate once you orient yourself with the Due Torri in the heart of the city. The city is great to get around on foot, as most of the main landmarks and points of interest are located very close together in the compact city center, and street signs are very clear. The city has a system of buses, and tickets can be bought on machines on the buses, or at stations, travel information centers, and many small convenience shops. Cycling is an excellent way to get around and there are many bike lanes. Taxis are also available and can generally be found close to bus and railway stations.

Savor all of the rich sights, sounds, and tastes of this incredible Italian city in style when you book business class flights to Bologna. Ensure from start to finish that you have the most incredible trip imaginable, whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure. Luxury tickets ensure the best service, comfort, and efficiency, so you can make the most of your journey to beautiful Bologna.

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