Primaluna is located ten minutes from the trade district in Bologna where the most important fairs and conventions in the region are held.
Primaluna is easily accessible to and from the trade district, even during fair days.
FICO EATALY WORLD - THE LARGEST AGRI-FOOD PARK IN THE WORLD
All the wonders of italian biodiversity in on place. Explore the park on foot or by our special Fico bike, and get yourself lost in the colors, aromas, and taste of Italy's past, present, and future.
Via Paolo Canali, 8, 40127 Bologna
BOLOGNA – CITY CENTER
The medieval heart of Bologna, its towers, its theatres, San Petronio and Piazza Maggiore are easily accessible from Primaluna.
Refer to Bologna Welcome to get a detailed overview of tourist attractions in our beloved city. Take a look through the site’s event section to stay updated on all of the fun and exciting activities in and around Bologna.
MARANO OF CASTENASO AND SURROUNDINGS
We suggest the following places close to the Agritourism for those wanting to take excursions in the Bologna countryside:
- MUV: Villanova Civilization Museum
Recently recognized as “Museum of Quality” by the Institute of Cultural Heritage of the Region, MUV takes visitors on a ancient historical journey. Visitors feel as though they are immersed in the Iron Age and are given great knowledge on the history of archeology. One can find Iron Age artifacts that were excavated from Marano of Castenaso and the surrounding area.
via Tosarelli, 191 – Villanova di Castenaso (BO)
- PIEVE DI SAN GIMIGNANO (CHURCH)
The original structure dates back to the 1300s but was later destroyed under the attack of Cesare Borgia’s forces in the 1500s.
The current structure dates back to 1929, when it was rebuilt in a neo-gothic style that stands to preserve the bell tower from the XVI century.
- CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE PILAR - AT CASTENASO
This church is famously known for housing the marriage between Gioacchino Rossi and the singer Isabella Colbran in 1822. The couple later decided to live in the church. Inside the church there is a Baroque style sanctuary with the Virgin of Bolognini.
- VILLA MOLINARI - PRADELLI
Known today as Villa Marana, the property was originally owned by the famous music Maestro (teacher) Francesco Molinari Pradelli (1911-1996). The villa houses private family collections, including “Announcing Angel” and “Virgin Announced" by Luca Giordano.
THE GROUNDS AND ITS FESTIVITIES
The Bologna grounds offer a great variety of possibilities: horse trails, excursions, wine tasting tours, archeological visits and many more. For a complete overview, you can visit this site.