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MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna is the venue of Istituzione Bologna Musei / Modern and Contemporary Art A.U.
The museum offers a dynamic perspective: it travels through the history of Italian art from the second post-war period until today; it explores the present thanks to an exhibition centred on research and it contributes to outline the routes of contemporary art following the most innovative and pulsating experimental practices.
Located in the heart of the Manifattura delle Arti cultural district, the museum is the focus of various research- and innovation-based activities, such as the Cineteca di Bologna, the DMS workshop spaces, the Communication Sciences Faculty and many associations and art galleries.
MAMbo joins the cultural network collaborating with different Institutions and Academies, in order to promote and stimulate the debate on contemporary culture.
Biblioteca Salaborsa is the main public library in Bologna. This library is also a tourist attraction that has underground Roman ruins. You can see them through the glass floors or go directly downstairs. Entrance is free to the library and the Roman ruins, although a donation is appreciated when visiting the ruins (usually a euro or two is okay).
The library is also has a kids area for toddlers. You’ll find a designated parking area for the stroller. Kids are welcome to explore the area in a kid friendly environment.
La Torta in Cielo is a Asilo Nido (day-care) for kids ages 8 months to 36 months.
Part-time hours without lunch: 8:30 – 11:30
Part-time hours with lunch: 8:30 – 13:30
Full-time: 8:30 – 16:30
A well stocked brew pub with several local and international beers on tap.
From 1465 there is a place in Bologna, a tavern stuck between the most traditional shops in Bologna with a medieval flavor. The Osteria del Sole is a journey through time around a glass of wine, where you can bring your food and eat on the table while talking about the world.
Set in an 18th-century palazzo across the street from the Cattedrale Metropolitana di San Pietro, this posh hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Towers of Bologna.
Lavish rooms feature antique furnishings and classic French-inspired decor, and include free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibars. Some feature 4-poster beds and marble bathrooms, while suites add additional bedrooms, fireplaces, terraces and/or whirlpool tubs.
Breakfast is complimentary. A sophisticated restaurant with frescoes offers regional fare, as well as an extensive wine cellar. There is also a terrace bar, and a cocktail lounge with a piano, plus a spa and 8 meeting rooms.
A dim sum restaurant that claims it’s a fashion health food. I’m not sure what that means but it’s far from being healthy. Still, the crepes are surprisingly good. I say this because there are unfortunately few legitimate Chinese food restaurants in Bologna. The prices are reasonable and caters well to the nearby university area.