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All reviews tourist train longest portico great walk up hill walk up covered walkway surrounding countryside small train worth the effort walking shoes breathtaking views city centre beautiful church sunny day worth the trip worth the climb long climb
we had intended to take the local bus up but couldn't quite figure out where to get it from. Even when we got the bus back down it still wasn't clear as where it drops you is not where you are picked up so its...More
We visited it at the beginning of December 2018. We took a hop-on hop-off train from Piazza Maggiore (10 EUR pp both ways) as we felt very tired to climb up the hill. The train ride was quite satisfying itself. The train stops on the...More
The pink basilica is very imposing on the top of a hill overlooking the City, and accessing it by the dedicated train, past the world's longest portico, is a must. Views from the basilica are great, and the inside of the basilica displays some interesting...More
Went there to take pictures in the afternoon, a foggy day and the light in the Basilica was very beautiful a..nd going in it was even more beautiful ..seeing all the majestuosity of the church so wonderful Recommended !
We took the land train here. Unfortunately it was a misty day so we could not see the views. Also there was a service and we felt it was not right to walk around in the church whilst this was going on. But what we...More
I would have never imagined a Byzantine icon of the 13th century to have been transferred from Constantinople to Bologna!
But so has been the history and today you can find an amazing site that is St Luke’s cathedral
Surrounded by greenery on a hilltop...More
Take the San Luca Express toy train from Piazza Maggiore ( 10 euros) and you get a mini tour of Bologna and then the amazing drive up to the Santuario. There is a portico that stretches all the way up the hill from the city...More