The IT.A.CÀ network returns to the territories for the 15th edition and re-launches the philosophy of responsible travel, organising from May to October, many events in 12 regions, for a total of 22 stages: walking and cycling itineraries, debates, exhibitions, workshops, theatre performances, concerts and good food to enhance the peculiarities of each territory.
Telling the story of Bologna means drawing a layered, messy map, or perhaps it is better to say complex: people of all ages have lived and live in its dense medieval network; stones that become new buildings, new neighbourhoods, on which communities imprint the signs of their time. A past that is a stratified present where the network of relationships and life of which we are a part vibrates.
Starting from collective memories and aspirations, we want to tell the story of Bologna, grafting the narrative that has made the territory politically and socially unique into the most disguised narrative.
The complete programme of all the stages in and around Bologna from 15 September to 15 October can be viewed at this link.