No secrets I like Bologna as no other cities in Italy. It’s small enough to be liveable, people are often smiling and making jokes, food is probably the best one in Italy and their accent is so perfect also Dante Alighieri loved it so much.
Two year ago I published on Food and Wine a small guide with some of my favorite places in this little town in the heart of Emilia Romagna. This week I spent in Bologna, the best food town in Italy – probably! – a couple of days to refresh my memory and eat some good fresh pasta.
A couple of places I’d like to add to my guide
– Osteria dell’Orsa – a nice little Osteria to eat some fresh food a good selection of cheeses and piadina
– Trattoria Meloncello – the first Trattoria you meet at the end of the walk up to San Luca and then down under its 666 portici. Perfect on a sunny day to enjoy the view of Bologna form the top of one of the hills that surrounds the city.