Photo: Luxury Lifestyle Magazine
Any visitor wanting a unique Italian getaway in 2023, Emilia-Romagna offers a ‘slow travel experience’ and an abundance of incredible landscapes and cultural activities, ready to be explored.
Source: 23 reasons to visit Emilia-Romagna in 2023 | Luxury Lifestyle Magazine
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Silvia Donati, a native Bolognese writer takes us on a tour of Bologna’s porticoes, recently inscribed by Unesco onto its World Heritage list.
Source: Discover the Porticoes of Bologna with this Insider’s Itinerary
Photo: Francesco Ceccarelli
Associate Professor of Art History Nadja Aksamija got her first glimpse of Bologna, Italy back in 2004 as she walked from the train station towards the historic city center.
Source: Aksamija Helps Porticos of Bologna be Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Photo: Adriana Verolla
Bologna’s streets are characterised by 70km of medieval porticoes, all unique in their own way and forming part of the city’s identity.
Source: The ‘porticoed planet’: Bologna’s arcades added to UNESCO Heritage List
Italy now has a new UNESCO World Heritage Site in the city of Bologna. The historic Porticoes of Bologna is the latest to get recognised by UNESCO. With this new addition, Italy now has a record number of heritage sites.
Source: The Porticoes of Bologna in Italy is the latest World Heritage Site
We all know that Italy has the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world. From North to South, il Belpaese provided some of its most famous buildings, locations and traditions to the famous list, from the Tower of Pisa to the city center of Palermo, from Neapolitan pizza to the Dolomites.
Source: Bologna’s portici are UNESCO World Heritage | L’Italo-Americano – Italian American bilingual news source