Please note that the hotel booking service through Bologna Welcome gives you access to a 10 to 15% discount on the cost of the room. It is necessary to provide the discount code VV23 at the time of booking. However, this opportunity will be available starting from October 2022. Before this date, in fact, hotels do not yet have the 2023 price list available.
If you want to book up to 5 rooms in the same hotel click on the button below:
If you want to book more than 5 rooms to host all the choir’s members in the same hotel, please contact us through:
For directions on how to reach Bologna from abroad: click here.
When in Bologna, you can explore and move in the city by:
- buses – Bus tickets can be purchased on buses by paying in cash or with a credit card in the special issuing machines. Single tickets or city pass (ticket with 10 rides) can be also purchased in tobacconists, newsstands and TPER points. It is possible to download the MUVER app to get information on public transports in the city and buy tickets: download the app here.
- bike-sharing – To cycle around the city, you can download the Mobike app.
- car-sharing – To drive around the city, you can download either Corrente or Enjoy app.
- taxi – Use the TaxiClick app, or check either CosePuri or CoTaBo websites.
Here is possible to find some useful information for delegates with disabilities who have just arrived in Bologna: how to move by bus and by train, where to eat, where to sleep, how to use public transportation.
It will be also possible to have suggestions on the accessible itineraries in the city regarded to BoforAll project, made by the Urban Innovation Foundation, download the audio guides and get inspired by the urban and green routes of Angolazioni Rotonde.
A city of food
Bologna is worldwide famous for its food and wine culture.
Tortellini, lasagna, tagliatelle are just some of the first courses appreciated everywhere. To find out where to taste Bolognese cuisine click here:
Join the fight against food waste and download the app Too Good To Go that allow users to buy unsold items at the end of the day at the stores participating in the initiative:
Bologna is a city with one of the largest historic centers in Italy and offers many interesting places to visit. It has a large green area in the south of the city (the hills of Bologna) where you can have outdoor experiences. But it is also a city famous for its openness to minority rights and the LGBTQ+ world. If you are interested in guided tours of the city click on the following links: