Bologna is a unique destination of its kind, in which it is possible to visit a myriad of realities symbol of a two-thousand-year history: from arcades to towers, from churches to arches, not to mention museums. A very ancient university town, it still preserves the charm of a great city of the past, rich in monuments and works of art.
A city of remote artistic, historical and cultural traditions, Bologna also boasts traditions in the textile and fashion sector, so much so that the Bolognese shopping streets are dotted with outlets and craft shops that create, faithful to Made in Italy, footwear and refined garments. tailored clothing.
There is no lack, especially in the most elegant and exclusive streets, of the ateliers and boutiques of the most prestigious Italian and international fashion brands, interspersed with the colorful banquets of the fish and fruit market, confirming the elegant and lively character of the city.
The famous "paradise of shopping" is the famous "quadrilateral", in the heart of the historic center, which includes the areas delimited by Via Rizzoli, Via D'Azeglio, Via Farini and Via Castiglione.
For lovers of high-end luxury brands, Via Farini is one of the fixed stops to be included in your itinerary, it is the most chic street of the Emilian capital, easily ascribable to the famous Via Condotti in Rome and Via Montenapoleone in Milan. Going along it you arrive at Galleria Cavour which has the honor of hosting some boutiques and ateliers such as Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint Laurent, Hermès, Versace, Tod's, Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu for luxury purchases.