city image

Airport transfers and taxi hire in Bologna

Image by alexpapad from flickr

Rydeu Bus Service

Hire MiniBus & Coach/Bus

arrow
New
Book now pay later

Book Now & Pay Later

arrow
bookBook & pay later
flexibleFlexible trip amendments
cancellationFree cancellation
support24/7 in-person support
Home right-arrow-no-tailCities right-arrow-no-tail

Bologna City Guide

Nestled in the heart of the country, Bologna is known to be the most vibrant and lively city in Italy and is the historical capital of the Emilia-Romagna region squatting in the northern part of the country. With peace dangling in its air, this city possesses enormous love for its people and is seen to be the seventh most populous city in Italy.

Bologna City      |        Image by RitaMichelon from Pixabay 
 

Formerly Etruscan, the city was the first one to take a step towards modernity and has remained the paramount urban centre for centuries. Due to the rich history that the city possesses, it was declared as the European capital of culture and in the year 2006, it was declared as a city of music by UNESCO and was included in the Creative City Network.

 

Streets of Bologna         |    Image by CpILL from flickr 
 

Bologna is known to have an amalgamation of art, history, cuisine and sightseeing to please its visitors in the best way possible. Italy is the only country which provides an array of options for every sort of visitor out there, Bologna, in general, is one of the places that have the power to sway every part of the crowd from an adventure lover to a food enthusiast. Famous for its Bolognese sauce and Italian wine and pasta, this city will satisfy your taste buds at its best. 

Best time to visit Bologna 

The months from March to October is seen to be the best time to wander around the city. The cool wind blowing by and the hazy sun rays will soothe your soul. Although one can experience the city at its best during these months, be prepared to go a bit heavy on your pocket as tourists from all the countries visit this mesmerising city during the peak time. The weather is nice for you to meander around the town for witnessing the ultimate architecture and sky-high churches to wake your religious side. 

 

Bologna Taxi Transfers

Now that you have finally been welcomed by the beautiful city with its warmth, it's time to put elixir drops in your eyes by wandering around the city for sightseeing. The tall monuments, alluring churches ornate with golden material and the rare architecture is something that is must experience for every traveller in Bologna. 

Bus,Bologna        |        Image by Erik Starck from flickr
 

Bus

You can explore the wonderful city by bus, although the city does not provide many options for meandering around, busses are considered to be one of the widely chosen modes of transport by the locals. You can get the tickets for 1-2 EUR which is valid for approximately 75 minutes, so set your heart free and jump from one monument to the other. 

 

Trolley Bus, Geneva        |  Image by Project-128 from flickr 
 

Bologna is a compact city, one can easily walk on the streets and reach one place from the other. Hold the hand of your loved ones, and let the child within you be alive. The smooth road and connected places are the reason that tourists want to soak on the attractive view on foot. 

The adventure lovers and backpackers can rent a bike for just 5 EUR for the entire day and go around the city on the hot wheels. 

Taxi

Transfer service in Bologna is on your screen with Rydeu, if you are looking for an affordable mode of transport to see the places in the city, come aboard to have a trip worth cherishing till eternity. Rydeu assures a service like no other to its clients, Bologna Italy taxis are now just a click away. 

 

Bologna Airport Transfers and Taxis

There are three modes of transportations in which airport transfers from Bologna can take place: shuttle bus, public bus and private taxi. After landing on  Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, travellers can choose their modes of transfers according to their desire and the luggage.

Bus, Bologna       |       Image by photobeppus from flickr 
 

Bologna Italy airport transfers can now be done at an affordable price with the Aerobus that departs for the city centre at a regular interval of eleven minutes and will leave you in the mirthful city in 22 minutes. The tickets can be bought at a price as low as 6 EUR, one can get the tickets either online or from the vending machines situated on the airports. Book Bologna taxi transfer online to avoid the crowd and assure a smooth trip. 

Bus

Taking a public bus might be the cheapest way to do airport transfers from Bologna but it proves itself to be very challenging at the same time. To take a bus from Bologna, one might have to walk 1.5 km to reach the nearest bus stop, the ticket will cost around 1-2 EUR and it takes 22 minutes to reach the city centre. 

Taxi

Bologna airport private taxi transfers with Rydeu will guarantee a smooth and relaxed trip. Now travel with as much luggage as you want, to travel is to explore the places without worrying about travelling amidst the intensive rush. A laid-back Bologna Airport taxi transfers to the city is now just a click away. 

 

From alluring historical places, gothic museums and churches, Bologna has a lot to offer to its visitors. With rich culture and art to the tranquil atmosphere, you will find yourself diving deep into the beauty of the compact yet magnificent city. Some of the most preferred places to visit in Bologna by Rydeu are-

Piazza Maggiore

Piazza Maggiore

Image by  alessio.vallero from flickr

Piazza Maggiore

Resting in the centre of the city, this place is a messenger of the history that the city possesses. The smooth street of the central square features some of the most important buildings such as Palazzo d’Accursio, the Palazzo del Podesta, the Basilica di San Petronio and the Palazzo Comunale.

Moving in the north-west direction would lead the travellers to the serene Fountain of Neptune found in Piazza del Nettuno. 

 

Leaning Tower
Leaning Tower, Bologna 
Image by  =BSayler from flickr
 

 

The Leaning Tower of Bologna 

No folks, the tower of Pisa isn’t the only leaning tower. The leaning towers of Bologna are known as Asinelli and Garisenda and are named after the renowned Italian families. 

Asinelli rests at 97.2 km and is known as a former prison, however, Garisenda stands at 48 m with a remarkable tilt of 3.2 km. The top of the tower treats the visitor’s eyes with a breath-taking view of the surrounding and picturesque scenery. 

 

 

 

Other Cities

 Bari
Bari
 Catania
Catania
 Florence
Florence
 Milan
Milan
 Naples
Naples
 Rome
Rome
 Venice
Venice
Connect
call us