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We were fortunate to be staying at an Airbnb in Bologna, and no matter where we went, the food was amazing. Going to the markets in this area was a fabulous experience, particularly when we planned on cooking for ourselves. Fresh produce, hand made pasta...More
Great place to eat, drink and shop. Bologna is the place for food and you can see why! The Market is great and well worth a look around. There is also an indoor market with lots of eateries and stalls. Great food/wine!
Quadrilatero is the medieval market where you can browse through the outside stalls and old shops selling all sorts of delicacies. Here’s where you can buy all the most famous Bolognese and regional specialties to bring home: tortellini, tagliatelle and other hand-made pasta, mortadella, Parmigiano...More
Ask some people whether walking though a foodie area with specialist shops is of interest, and many will say "Why would you?"
My view, and that of my wife (the latter is the opinion which matters, of course) is that areas like this represent the...More
Not a market as I expected (with stalls) but a series of narrow streets with small shops selling all sorts of food … the more I wandered the more I liked it. Lots of food but also some great kitchen equipmenta nd other quirky businesses...More
I love market areas and this one is interesting. Plenty of fresh food, interest stores and narrow alleys. Photo and people watching opportunities. Many beggars which take the edge off a bit. About 20 minutes or so walk from the station.
This is the old market section of the. It’s where everyone comes to shop for the freshest ingredients for their gastronomic needs. Wonderful to spend an hour browsing from store to store, all these pastas and charcuterie are so tempting!