Quite a hike if you are not very fit , over 500 steps the attendant told us but the views over the city are worth it and it is good exercise.
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Visited here today. City covered in graffiti and very shabby. Nothing at all to see here and this "attraction" is worse than boring. Gutted we have two days here. Nothing to see, NO restaurants have English menu at all and clearly this place isn't welcoming...More
I still don't know how I did it... From the outside, it's a beautiful building which the top was lost in the clouds on this rainy day. It's not the physical aspect that was difficult for me as you have lots (but lots) of stairs...More
Another must for your stay in Bologna. Climb the wooden stairs, at least 450 plus of them, to enjoy the amazing views of Bologna.
yes, it is definetly a long and difficult way up and you have to get the whole way down again but it is absolutely worth it. after you arrived at the top with shaking legs and knees you'll be rewarded by an astonishing view over...More
It was very tough to reach to the top of the tower, especially the last part of the climbing. But it would be one of the best and exciting experiences in your life.
An easy and short walk from central Bologna to the Twin Towers. After paying the 3 euro entry tariff pp, 2 adults and 2 children climbed the 550 steps to the top. Quite steep at times and low ceilings made it all the more interesting,...More
We were lucky that the doors were open to public to climb the tower and see the bells. The view of Bologna is great :) :)
Stayed for a night in this, the second tallest of Bologna's towers. Built in the 9th century it's privately owned by our host, Matteo, and consists of four floors; entrance, lounge & bathroom, mezzanine bedroom, kitchen, and dining room. There are approximately another six floors...More