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Withlocals The 10 Tastings™: Bologna PRIVATE Food Tour
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Withlocals The 10 Tastings™: Bologna PRIVATE Food Tour

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Please be aware that this tour is adapted to the local regulations post Covid-19. Our hosts will deliver this experience with the required equipment always keeping the distance suggested by local authorities. It will be safe and entertaining!<br><br>Ready to taste the best food in Bologna?Satisfy your cravings for local food and culture with highlights along the way, together with a foodie host. Enjoy 10 delicious tastings that range from torta di riso, Crescenta, and Lambrusco on a tasty food tour in Bologna.<br><br>Fall in love with the flavorful Italian cuisine on this delicious food tour in Bologna! Enjoy a selection of 10 food and drink tastings hand-picked by your foodie local host, just for you. From yummy must-tries like the piadina, a thin Italian flatbread filled with a variety of cheeses, cold cuts, and vegetables, to unique dishes like Tortellini fritti, bites of crispy filled pasta, that legend says, was inspired by Venus’ belly button; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.
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Barbara G wrote a review Nov. 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania3 contributions
We took a cab out to the MAST since it was pouring rain but took a bus back (E2) into town. the huge photos (mostly aerial) of the environmental devastation that humans have created on the planet are phenomenal. The walkway up to the entry captures your attention at the outset. We got caught up in the first exhibits which were science related and interactive. Then went on to the Anthropocene exhibition. Definitely worthwhile that short trip out, although the signage for finding the actual building is poor.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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SandP2 wrote a review Aug. 2019
England42 contributions43 helpful votes
From start to finish, this was a great visit. We were met off the yellow line bus and given our own age appropriate tour of the excellent exhibition on man’s affect on the world. Our boys enjoyed all the interactive elements such as making fish for the collage and manufacturing games. And it’s all free, including complementary drinks at the cafe. Fantastic.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Nils R wrote a review Jul. 2019
Stockholm, Sweden4 contributions
We went there when we had an afternoon to spare. It was easy to get there via bus, and oh my was it worth the trip. There was no admission, the house itself is spectacular, and the current exhibition (I think there is no permanent one) was really incredible. We couldn't figure out how the cafe work though, other than that i couldn't be more pleased.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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BaliBuddha wrote a review Jun. 2019
Vancouver, Canada54 contributions9 helpful votes
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Spent 4 hours with our 6yr old son at the MAST and he wanted to go back the next day! Signed up for a kid’s workshop on photography as well. Couldn’t believe it was free and they even had free coffee and snacks as well in their cafeteria. They had an amazing exhibition Anthropocene on humankind’s influence on the planet. Beautiful modern building. Took a 15min bus ride from the centre of town, pretty easy to get to.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Tomaso F wrote a review May 2019
Bologna, Italy230 contributions187 helpful votes
Don’t miss this museum if you visit Bologna. The exhibition Anthropocene, free entry, is astonishing and definitely informative and interesting.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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