Choose Alitalia for your departures to or from Bologna, one of Italy’s most important cultural centers, boasting the spectacular Teatro Comunale, in which the operas by the great composer Giuseppe Verdi, and others, were once performed; the city is also home to Europe’s most ancient and prestigious University, Alma Mater Studiorum.
Alitalia offers its customers exceptional opportunities to save on a daily basis, providing service and support both before and after departure. In order to purchase your ticket to or from Bologna online, just insert your travel dates and check for available flights: you’ll be enjoying Italy’s best regional cuisine before you know it.
Known as the city of arcades, Bologna is home to some of Italy’s most important examples of religious architecture: the Basilica of San Petronio is the fifth largest in the world and is located in Piazza Maggiore, in the heart of the city, which is also home to Palazzo d'Accursio and the Morandi Museum. And that’s not to mention the Sanctuary of the Madonna of San Luca, which dominates the city, the Church of San Francesco, the first example of French Gothic style architecture, the complex of Santo Stefano, also known as “The Seven Churches”, and the Basilica of Santa Maria dei Servi.
In order to make the most of the leisure and entertainment opportunities that the capital city of Emilia Romagna has to offer, including its world famous motor industry (Ducati, Maserati, Ferrari, Malaguti and Morini), please refer to our Travel Guide at destinazioni.alitalia.com, where you’ll discover all of the city’s major upcoming events, including the Motorshow and the famous San Marino Grand Prix (for Formula 1 fans), as well as the Carnival in February, the Bologna Festival in the spring or autumn, the “Bologna City of Food” festival, and many more.
Frequency of flights to Bologna: 72 flight per week.