Taxi transfer from Milan to Bologna

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Taxi order from Milan to Bologna without prepayment. A english-speaking driver will meet you with a sign at the Milan airport. Waiting time is free. You can order a transfer with a from Milan or Malpensa airport to Bologna on our online service. It will take about 1.5-2 hours to get to Bologna.

How to book a taxi from Milan to Bologna

On our online service MilanTransfer, you can order a taxi from Milan to Bologna WITHOUT PRE-PAYMENT! To do this, you need to report the information in a message to watsup:

date and time of departure
address in Milan
number of persons
address in Bologna

Our operator will answer you and suggest car options suitable for the number of passengers. You will receive a reminder message the day before your trip

Taxi cost from Milan to Bologna

The price for transfer from Milan to Bologna is fixed. It will not change during the trip. The price of transfer from Milan to Bologna is 260 euro.

What is already included in the transfer:

expectation
entrance to the center (Milan and Bologna)
wifi in salon
water in the cabin
Baby chair
All foreseen and unforeseen expenses are already included in the taxi price, so the transfer will take place without additional expenses!

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Description of Bologna

Italians call Bologna a red city because of the use of red bricks in the construction of many buildings. The famous writer Umberto Eco was an academician at the University of Bologna, and Bologna, with traces of the Middle Ages, is a historic city.

In addition to its historical structure, it has made a name for itself with its gourmet cuisine. Bologna was selected as the European Capital of Culture in 2000. Founded in 1088, the university has produced names such as Dante, Erasmus, Copernicus, thanks to the high quality of education and long history. This deeply rooted past of the city and the consequences of higher education are also visible in the quality of life. Bologna is one of the richest and most vibrant cities in Italy.

Due to the intersection of railway routes, the city’s industry developed rapidly and now occupies an important place in the production of goods such as cars, textiles, shoes, chemicals.
Bologna is also one of the best preserved cities in the country. The losses incurred during the World War, in contrast to Milan, were compensated for by quick and successful restoration work. One of the famous features of Bologna is the porticoes, the best preserved in Europe. These stylish downtown porticoes are some of the favorite spots for tourists walking around the city. It is almost impossible not to taste the delicious food in Bologna, considered by some to be the “food city of Italy”.

You can get around Bologna for the walk, and if you need to go out of city, then so as not to get lost, you can take a taxi or public transfer.

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Bologna’s main attractions

As a medieval city, Bologna has a very long history. The center of this old town is Piazza Magggiore. The Assinelli Towers, which are located in the city center and have become its symbol, are definitely worth seeing. The towers were built by wealthy families in the 12th century. The name of the short and sloping tower is “Garisenda” and the name of the high tower is “Asinelli”. Although in the past there were about 200 towers in Bologna, their number has decreased due to earthquakes in the city. The Fountain of Neptune, located in Piazza Maggiore, was designed by Tommosa Loret in 1563 and completed in 1563. Today the Fountain is one of the symbols of the city.
1. The giant Gothic Basilica San Petronio, which can be visited in Bologna, is the 15th largest church in the world, up to 132 meters long and 66 meters wide. Its construction began in 1390, but the temple is still not completed and is constantly being restored .. Just like the Duomo Cathedral in Milan. This is a church dedicated to Saint Petronius, who lived in the 5th century, one of the important names in the history of Bologna.
In 1388, the architect Antonio di Vincenzo was commissioned to build the church, and the foundations were laid in 1390. In 1393 the façade and several chapels were completed. In 1514, another architect proposed to build a large church based on the famous St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, but the Pope did not approve of such a large building. After his objection, construction of the church did not go as planned. Giacomo Ranuzzi built the current marble façade but was unable to complete it. Sculptures and ornaments by renowned artists Jacopo della Quercia, Amico Aspertini and Alfonso Lombardi have been added to the completed section. Inside the church, there are 23 chapels dedicated to various saints.

The Town Hall, under the Italian name Palazzo Comunale, is a historic building in Bologna, located west of Palazzo Maggiore. The palace is also known as Palazzo D’Accursio. It is a public palace, quite old and important for Bologna. The palace, which has existed since 1336, demonstrates the influence of 15th century architecture. The statue of the 8th Pope Gregory, built in 1580 at the main entrance, attracts everyone’s attention. The palace houses collections of paintings, sculptures and special items from the 13th and 19th centuries. Since the square on which the Town Hall is located is the most beautiful square in the city, the palace and its museums attract active tourists. Since traffic in the center is limited, you can get to the square by taxi with a special permit.
One of the first places in Bologna that comes to mind when talking about Via Rizolli is the two towers. This magnificent building rivals the Leaning Tower of Pisa for its curvature and beauty. If we consider the reason why the two towers are not “twin towers”, the reason is very simple: one is tall, the other is shorter. The tower construction is also based on an interesting story. Two noble families of that time built them in Bologna to show who was “higher”. Naturally, the towers got their names from these families. The inadequacy of documents and opportunities at that time does not show which family was stronger at that time. The name of the Asinelli family was only registered in 1185, almost 70 years after the tower, which was first attributed to them.
4. The Pinacoteca Nazionale (National Museum), which is the city’s main museum, contains works from the 13th to the 18th century from works by artists from Bologna and competes with the Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan. Located near Le Due Torri, the museum is very important for those who want to understand the art of the city. The museum building was built for a religious institution in the second half of the 15th century. In the same building is the Academy of Arts, as well as in Milan, there is the Brera Academy of Arts in the building of the Pinakothek.
The academy, which was named the Clementine Academy, was the backbone of the museum. In 1762, the museum collection began with 8 paintings presented by Monsignor Francesco Zambeccari. During Napoleon’s invasion of Italy, the most valuable works of art in the hands of the academy were sent to the museums of Paris and Milan. At the end of the 18th century, after the collapse of the French Empire, the work returned. Thus, the museum was officially opened in 1885 with its rich collection. The exhibition space has become more valuable thanks to the 1997 renovation work. One of the most remarkable works of the museum is Raphael’s painting Estasi di Santa Cecilia. This oil painting, from 1516-1517, is a very valuable piece of art that reflects an understanding of the Renaissance.

5. If you look at the Fountain, which was completed in 1667, you can see that Neptune opened and extended his left hand to control the sea, and on his right hand he carried a three-headed spear. Just below the statue of Neptune, in each corner, there are four sculptures of children pouring water from their mouths and fish. Apart from this, there are 4 sculptures made of half people,

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