121 apartments found on 121 in Bologna

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Rolandino/3792

Via Rolandino, Bologna city centre Map

  • People 4
  • Beds Studio
  • Showers 1

Elegant studio apartment of about 40 sq.mt on the ground floor of a lovely period building in the most exclusive area of Bologna historical centre, steps from the fashionable Galleria Cavour.

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Castagnoli/3788

Via de Castagnoli, Bologna city centre Map

  • People 4
  • Beds 1
  • Showers 2

This spacious one bedroom apartment (80 sq.mt) is located on the 1st floor (no elevator) of a period building in Bologna city centre, close to the university district. On two floors, it comes with original and colourful furniture.

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Gorizia/3753

Via Gorizia, Saffi - Maggiore hospital Map

  • People 6
  • Beds 2
  • Showers 1

Apartment of about 65 sq.mt recently renovated with two bedrooms and garden, located on the ground floor in an elegant residential building, in the immediate outiskirts of Bologna.

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Azzoguidi/3719

Palazzo Banchi, Bologna city centre Map

  • People 5
  • Beds 1
  • Showers 1

In the very heart of Bologna city centre, on the eastern side of Piazza Maggiore, a refined one bedroom apartment (65 sq.mt) on the fifth floor, with elevator only to the fourth floor, in Palazzo Banchi. Right beside San Petronio Basilica, it is named after the Medieval bank shops. The building dates back to 1412, whist the façade and the ‘portico’ were finished in 1568; in 2010 Palazzo Banchi was fully renovated, and it has been newly furnished in August 2014.

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Uguzzoni/3718

Palazzo Banchi, Bologna city centre Map

  • People 6
  • Beds 2
  • Showers 2

In the very heart of Bologna city centre, on the eastern side of Piazza Maggiore, a stately two bedroom apartment (85 sq.mt) on the third floor, with elevator from the mezzanine, in Palazzo Banchi. Right beside San Petronio Basilica, it is named after the Medieval bank shops. The building dates back to 1412, whist the façade and the ‘portico’ were finished in 1568; in 2010 Palazzo Banchi was fully renovated, and it has been newly furnished in August 2014.

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Prendiparte/3716

Palazzo Banchi, Bologna city centre Map

  • People 6
  • Beds 2
  • Showers 2

This comfortable two bedroom apartment (80 sq.mt) is on the second floor, with elevator, in Palazzo Banchi. Located in the very heart of Bologna city centre, on the eastern side of Piazza Maggiore, it is placed right beside San Petronio Basilica and is named after the Medieval bank shops. The building dates back to 1412, whist the façade and the ‘portico’ were finished in 1568; in 2010 Palazzo Banchi was fully renovated, and it has been newly furnished in August 2014.

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Bologna

The fat, the red and the beautiful 

Every Italian city conceals a treasure waiting to be discovered and Bologna is certainly no exception. Throughout its course of history, culture and education – hosting one of the oldest universities in Italy – have combined well over the years, hence the nickname ‘the intellectual’, and also boasting one of the most vibrant culinary traditions throughout the Peninsula: handmade pasta, desserts, sauces and much more, ideal for taste but not so much for the waistline (thus the nickname ‘the fat’). A long-term stay in the city centre, within walking distance to Piazza Maggiore and the Basilica of San Petronio, is possible thanks to Halldis, who offer serviced apartments for all tastes and requirements, where you can experience in total tranquillity the beauty of a city which has ably managed to preserve its medieval past and earned it the nickname ‘the red’ thanks to the colour of its picturesque rooftops.

Staying in the city centre of Bologna translates into being a stone’s throw away from the Two Towers ( Torre degli Asinelli and Torre dei Garisenda), from where you can enjoy a splendid panorama, including the sea and the Alps, the Giorgio Morandi Museum, which hosts paintings of this illustrious Bolognese artist, the Basilica of Santo Stefano and the university buildings in Via Zamboni. Visiting the city is very straightforward and you can choose between walking and public transport, taking the opportunity to tackle some shopping along Via Rizzoli or in the Jewish Ghetto.

For those travelling by train, we are also able to offer conveniently located accommodations near the central station which is very well-connected to the city centre by buses offering a shuttle service. Bologna is also the venue of a major exhibition centre, which hosts, amongst others, the renowned Cosmoprof, the world’s leading trade fair in the field of beauty and professional cosmetics. Why not balance your business and leisure by taking advantage of a comfortable holiday home, which all the family can enjoy, with the added incentive of having the sunny Adriatic Riviera at your doorstep.

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