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I highly recommend walking up to the Santuario di Madonna di San Luca! From the centre of town, the walk is 4km long through the world's longest portico, and includes quite a bit of climbing and stairs in the second half of the walk. But...More
666 arches leading up to the Santuario , and you can walk up, take the San Lica train from Piazza Maggiore or even cheaper is to taxi up! It’s not that spectacular inside and exterior also needs a paintjob, but it is something you have...More
We first saw this from miles away driving into Bologna. We had no idea what we were looking at. But in the afternoon we took the little tourist train up to the peak and saw this in all its glory. Exterior is exceptional and interior...More
Whoa, this was amazing. Had read about some intrepid soul in the 1930s building a cable car up the steep hill to the summit and Basilica of San Luca only, after public outcry that this circumvented the effort of reachingbthe top to such a sacred...More
We were just walking around Piazza Maggiore when we saw the 'Train'. We decided to do the return trip up to San Luca. The recorded information was ok as was the train ride. The trip up to San Luca was good, the return trip was...More
We decided to take the hilarious little Luca Express 'train' which you catch in Piazza Maggiore. In September it was running every hour. It was a hoot compared to walking uphill for 6 plus kilometers. There is time to experience the 666 porticos and view...More