Are you planning your visit to Bologna?
During the Covid emergency, a lot has changed.
Learn all about the green pass, what you can or can't do and how safely enjoy your time.
I'll keep this post updated following Italian government rules and restrictions.
When and how to cross Italy state border
Before planning your arrival in Bologna, please check the travel rules by the Italian Government.
Certain restrictions are in place, with some exceptions.
What to visit in Bologna during Covid emergency?
Most of the main Bologna landmarks and attractions are open despite Coronavirus emergency.
All the hotels are open.
The main squares like Piazza Maggiore (with the Neptune fountain) and Piazza Santo Stefano are open day and night.
Also, all the churches are open.
So you can visit San Petronio Basilica, Basilica of Santo Stefano, admire the Compianto at Santa Maria della Vita or Michelangelo's sculptures inside San Domenico.
You can walk and relax in all the parks of Bologna.
Walk around Giardini Margherita, look at the unique plants and trees of the botanic garden, or wear your jogging shoes to visit Villa Ghigi park.
But the best walking you can do is the longest porticoes in Bologna: the one that brings you to San Luca Basilica.
Restaurants, bar and shops (and all about Green Pass)
All the restaurants, food markets, bars and gelato shops in Bologna are open.
As well as all the Bologna food markets
This means that of course, our food tours in Bologna are all safe and running (with only 8 people per group). Get your ticket fast because they're selling out fast these days.
Museums, sport and nightlife
Cinemas, museums and theatres are open.
To enter it you need the green pass and wear an FFP2 mask.
Keep an eye also on the photo exhibitions at MAST, always interesting and free (but you have to book in advance).
Or get on a train and enjoy a Ravenna mosaic tour on a day trip.
Fans of sports?
Swimming pools and gyms are open and you watch basketball or soccer match also indoor.
Need to relax?
You can also spend a day in a SPA and thermal bath in Bologna.
If you have any questions, please leave a comment.
And, most of all, travel safely.
If you need info about Covid emergency in Bologna, you can call the free number 800 033 033.
In Bologna the AUSL (Hospital group) number is +39 051 2869406
The Italian emergency number is 118.
This post was updated on May 2nd, 2022.