The history of Bologna is full of charm, especially if we talk about the architectural beauties that compose it.
The focal point of this concept is expressed in the historic center, a symbol of its magnificence.
In the area bounded by piazza Maggiore, via Rizzoli, piazza della Mercanzia, via Castiglione, via Farini, piazza Galvani and via dell’Archiginnasio is the Quadrilatero, a district that for centuries has been the beating heart of Bologna’s commercial life.
Its origin dates back to the Middle Ages, when it experienced its greatest splendor and was called Mercato di Mezzo.
In these streets the traditional flavors of the Bolognese and Emilian table are kept, which in the evening become one of the most characteristic and popular places to have an aperitif.
For lovers of traditions and gourmets, you cannot miss the appointment with this magical place.