The 2015 edition received the institutional support of Confcommercio Ascom Bologna, Federalberghi Bologna and Bologna Welcome.
The Guide consists of well over 112 cover pages, in a practical format for viewing on the road, with the added novelty of a map in A3 format of the old town packed the center of the brochure.
You can discover the city on seven thematic itineraries that tell Bologna through some of its features, such as the university - the oldest in the Western world - or the waters of its canals, which have greatly contributed to the economic power during the era of the free city . Of course there is also room for the towers and porches:
• The Quadrilateral and around
• Bologna of water
• Bologna the Learned
• Bologna Ravegnana
• Bologna to discover
• ancient and modern Bologna
• Along the arcades and in San Luca
In addition to these routes it has been added an eighth path designed specifically by AIAS Bologna, the non-profit association that since 1962 brings together people with disabilities and their families.
It 'a route designed to be performed while standing on a wheelchair and was titled Nothing can stop us, because disability is a limit only for those who can not understand it.
The information is completed by two categories of reviews: one of the restaurants and local Bolognese cuisine and one of the stores for shopping.
All text, thematic tours and reviews are in Italian and English.
The Bologna Guide will be distributed only in hotels with three, four and five stars of Bologna and the first province as well as the point information Bologna Welcome Piazza Maggiore.