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This was the perfect activity for our first afternoon in Bologna. We met Jessica and her friend at 3:00, enjoyed caffé “shakerato” (delicious iced coffee) with them, and received our map and vouchers. Since we had just arrived from California, we were awake but fairly brain dead and spent an hour or two walking around on our own and hitting a few of the places with the vouchers. It was great fun and we were already beginning get to know our way around. Jessica could not have been more delightful, and all the places she recommended were friendly and terrific. I have always thought this guideless type of activity would be perfect for travelers who want to discover things on their own, but this is the first time I’ve ever found one. Highly recommended.

We enjoyed this tour very much. From the minute we were whisked away in the ban, our family of 5 had fun chatting with our wonderful driver. When we arrived, the tour itself included many interesting facts about balsamic vinegar and the production process. We were able to see many different areas of the production facility as well. And of course, the tasting at the end was my favorite part!

After visiting Rome, Siena and Florence our first impression when coming to Bologna wasn’t the love from the first sight ‍♀️ However, the walking tour with the brilliant guide in English-Paola, gave us a different perspective of the city. We were told so much more details and interesting facts that we read about in our guidebook. Highly recommended!!

Paola was very knowledgeable, pleasant and helpful. She went out of her way to make sure everyone understood and heard, or if there were any questions. Her restaurant recommendations were spot on, delicious! Recommend 100%!

Y una visita especial muy lindo muy inteligente como museo al Ariel al abierto creo que es estupendo reconocer el país donde vives en miniatura muy constructivo para los niños y para los mayores también