Hire a Private Jet to Bologna

Bologna, Italy is the capital city of Emilia-Romagna in the northern part of the country. Home to more than a million people, this cultural and historical center is home to the University of Bologna, which is the oldest university in the world. It is also a UNESCO "City of Music" site and is a well-known destination for those interested in its famed architectural sites and delectable culinary offerings.

Traveling to Bologna via private jet provides ample opportunity to enjoy all that the city has offer, providing a convenient mode of transport to and from this popular Italian destination.

What Can You Do In Bologna?

There is plenty to do and see in Bologna, from the historical towers dotting the cityscape to some of the more modern inclusions that make it a cultural hub.

Piazza Maggiore

Italy Piazza Maggiore in Bologna old town tower of hall with big clock and blue sky on background. Antique buildings terracotta galleries
Take a coffee at Piazza Maggiore

The Piazza Maggiore is one of the most well-known attractions in Bologna, in part because of its centralized location and in part because of some of the more ornate details on the buildings surrounding it. The Basilica di San Petronio is found here as are a number of other grandiose buildings.

The Archiginnasio

The Archiginnasio of Bologna exterior view
Visit the The Archiginnasio

The Archiginnasio, at one time, the main building comprising the University of Bologna complex. It dates all the way back to the 16th century and has numerous historical architectural components reminiscent of Italy during that time. The portico with frescoes on the ceiling is the main attraction here.

Asinelli Tower

Bologna, Italy - Two Towers (Due Torri), Asinelli and Garisenda, symbols of medieval Bologna towers.
Discover the Asinelli and Garisenda towers

If you want to enjoy a bird's eye view of the city, climb the almost 500-step stairway of the Asinelli Tower and enjoy the fruits of your labor. The views of Bologna span 360 degrees and are breathtaking.

The Quadrilatero

tourists and locals go shopping in medieval market. The trade vocation of this area known as Quadrilatero, meaning The Quadrilateral Area, was born in Middle Age
Go shopping in the Quadrilatero

To truly soak up the sheer amount of culture found in Bologna, look no further than this grouping of streets that serves as a popular marketplace. The Quadrilatero boasts delis almost bursting with fresh meats and cheeses and vendors selling everything from art to fresh fruits and vegetables.

Attend an Event in Bologna

There are plenty of interesting events to keep you busy while in Bologna. The annual Motor Show underscores Italy's collective affinity for beautiful automobiles. Meanwhile, the Arte Fiera art exhibit features galleries that stay open until midnight to show off the latest in Italian art. The Cinema Ritrovato is an annual film festival that shows films on a huge open-air screen during the summer.

Where Should You Dine in Bologna?

Bologna is widely considered to be a top culinary destination in Italy, which means dining here offers options to please any palate. I Portici (situated inside of the hotel by the same name) is a one-Michelin star restaurant that boasts finely-tuned gastronomic delights, including a fish tasting menu. Meanwhile, Salumeria Simoni boasts tapas-style dining that infuses bold taste in every bite.

Lodging Options in Bologna

Lodging in Bologna is a decidedly hybrid model, with plenty of historical lodging options interspersed with contemporary updates.

I Portici Hotel

The I Portici Hotel is centrally-located and offers classic Italian luxury in each of its guest suites. From tea-making ingredients in each room to the on-site Michelin-starred restaurant to the sweeping views of the Bologna skyline, this property is a mix of Old World Italy mixed with the cosmopolitan flair that has become the standard here.

Albergo Rossini

Situated nearby the University of Bologna, Albergo Rossini offers guests a sweet and savory breakfast option each morning, cocktails by the fireplace and a family-run property that thrives on service. Each room is equipped with modern amenities, while the art and architecture reflects the historical elements of the community that surrounds it.

Relais Bellaria Hotel

The Relais Bellaria Hotel is another centrally-located property that is ideal for business class travel. There is an on-site fitness center, free digital versions of all relevant newspapers and news magazines and offers a minimalist design for someone that enjoys this kind of aesthetic. There is also a golf course nearby and an on-site business center equipped with meeting space.

Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni

The Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni is situated in what was once an 18th century Italian palace and the surroundings reflect as much in every detail. It is an ideal combination of contemporary amenities - such as high-speed Internet access - with Old World luxury, such as antique furnishings. The on-site wine cellar offers guests excellent selections for evening aperitifs.

Book LunaJets For a Trip to and from Bologna 

Taking a private jet to and from Bologna underscores the luxury of a trip to this Italian destination. A private jet is ideal because it provides the option to fly to and from Bologna on your own time and with plenty of flair for which Italy is so well-known.

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