Explore the culinary and motor heritage of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region on this full-day tour from Bologna. Traveling by minivan, visit producers of the area’s three best-known foodstuffs — Parmigiano-Reggiano (Parmesan cheese), balsamic vinegar and prosciutto ham— to learn how each is made and taste delicious samples. Then, visit the Ferrari Museo (Ferrari Museum) in Maranello to immerse yourself in all things Ferrari, and enjoy an optional test drive (own expense). A 4-course lunch, including wine, and the personalised atmosphere of a small-group tour limited to 14 people make the tour extra enjoyable.
• 8 hours
Explore the province of Bologna in this full-day food tour. Indulge in degustation of Parmigiano Reggiano, prosciutto, wine and traditional balsamic vinegar. At the end of the tour, enjoy a traditional Italian lunch at a local 'trattoria' or in a certified organic winery.
• 9 hours
Visit medieval squares and landmark churches on a 2-hour guided walking tour of Bologna. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure and see the city's key sights including Piazza Maggiore, the unfinished Basilica di San Petronio, and the prominent Two Towers (Due Torri), which, due to geographical and architectural reasons, tilt at a precarious angle. Admire monumental sculptures including Fontana del Nettuno, and explore its market streets, where the abundance of gastronomic delights act as a testament to the city’s gourmet reputation.
• 2 hours
Take a private guided walking tour through the medieval market of Bologna and explore the history, art and traditions of the city and its famous food. With only a few hours to spare, it's the ideal way to savor the history, art and traditions of Bologna. You'll enjoy personalized attention from your professional guide on this gourmet walking tour.
• 2.5 hours
Explore Bologna's untouched medieval center in style on a private walking tour with your own English-speaking guide to lead the way. You'll enjoy personalized attention on your private walking tour of Bologna's highlights.
• 2.5 hours
Explore one of Bologna oldest food markets with an insider and visit the most traditional food shops. Learn about the history, culture, architecture, that make Bologna medieval market so unique. During this tour you will enjoy a variety of food specialties that has secured Bologna's reputation as being the foodie capital of Italy. Discover the secrets to having the ultimate food and cultural experience off the beaten path!
• 3.5 hours
From tempting pasta to rich, nutty Parmesan, taste the Emilia Romagna region’s finest gourmet products on a private half- or full-day food tour from Parma or Bologna. Choose to drive yourself and your guide, or to have a driver chauffer you, then embark on a tour that’s packed to the brim with gastronomic delights. Visit a cheese dairy and a Parma ham producer, and indulge in a delicious lunch at a wine cellar. On the full-day tour, you'll also savor the unique flavor of authentic aged balsamic vinegar.
• 7 hours
Experience Italy's “Land of Motors” and see some of the world’s finest super cars and bikes. Join this 7-hour tour to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, the Ducati Museum in Bologna, and the Lamborghini Museum in the town of Sant’Agata on the Via Emilia. This tour includes entrance fees as well as hotel pickup and drop-off.
• 8 hours
Get a taste of Bologna’s enviable food scene on this 2-hour walking tour around the old medieval market streets. In the company of a food-obsessed guide, learn about the culinary heritage of Bologna, which is the cradle of famous Italian foods such as tortellini, mortadella and its namesake Bolognese sauce. Browse the cobbled lanes of Quadrilatero, a cornucopia of culinary treats and tantalizing products. Visit family-owned stores and artisan producers. Along the way, taste three delicious food samples, such as prosciutto and cheese, chocolate or gelato and espresso.
• 2 hours
Explore Province of Bologna in this full-day food tour from Florence. Degustation of Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto, wine and traditional balsamic vinegar. At the end enjoy a traditional Italian lunch at a local 'trattoria' or in a certified organic winery. Round-trip from Florence by train.
• 11 hours