Home to the oldest university in the world, and for centuries after the second capital of the Papal Rome, famous for its "fat" culinary tradition, Bologna today is a fascinating city that has remained intact evidence of its glorious past.
On the border between the Apennines and the plain, Bologna is located along the historic Via Emilia, a city whose roots are ancient. Bologna, in fact, is home to archaeological finds, with an urban layout of the historic center of medieval times still perfectly preserved. Among the specialties of the cuisine of Bologna, there are egg pasta such as tortellini, tagliatelle, lasagne, constants protagonists of the table. The sauce is a classic, along with precooked. The Bolognese cutlet is instead made with veal cutlets breaded fried in butter and then covered with ham and parmesan cheese.
Very nice to visit during a tour that includes a visit to Maranello and the Ferrari museum. Than it’s a beautiful city perfect for an holiday in classic car.