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Experience Bologna

Bologna was founded by the Etruscans with the name Felsina (c.534 BCE) in an area previously inhabited by the Villanovians, a people of farmers and shepherds. The Etruscan city grew around a sanctuary built on a hill, and was surrounded by a necropolis.

Bologna is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy. Bologna is less than an hour inland from the east coast and about halfway between Florence and Milan.

The weather in Bologna makes this city an ideal destination for a holiday or short break, throughout most of the year. Between May and September Bologna can become very hot and there can also be regular showers of heavy rain, particularly in spring and autumn. During mid-August, at the height of summer, many of the city’s buildings, museums and restaurants close as many locals leave the city for the summer holidays.

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