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Le due Torri – Book your visit to the Asinelli Tower

Please note: reservation is compulsory, whereby it is strongly advisable to book your ticket a few days in advance, especially at weekends. Visit the Asinelli Tower, the taller of the two sisters: 97.2m high, leaning a noticeable 1.3° off-centre. It was built between 1109 and 1119 as a symbol of grandeur for the family by the same name. It then passed into the hands of the municipality the following century. The tower was a lookout and defensive stronghold. Its military purpose is evidenced by the lower loggia, also called rocchetta or mini fortress, that was built around the square base in 1488 as headquarters for the tower’s sentinels. Bologna is an extraordinary city and the Tower is its beating heart. The view from atop the Torre Asinelli is breathtaking, especially at sunset, and the journey upwards is unique and unforgettable.  Ready? Meeting point: Piazza di Porta Ravegnana - Tower entrance Included: Access to the Tower Rate: Full price: € 5,00 p/person Reduced price: € 3,00 p/person (children 4 to 12 y.o.; over 65; school trips; university students; Card Cultura Holders) Free for Bologna Welcome Card EASY and PLUS holders; disabled people and helpers; authorized touristic guides; children 0-3 years old The booking of free tickets reserved for people with disabilities and helpers must be made by writing an email to booking@bolognawelcome.it or at the Bologna Welcome Info Point in Piazza Maggiore.   Note: Unaccompanied minors (under 18) and pets, of whatever size and kind,  are not allowed in the Tower The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: If you cancel or modify your booking at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour. Note:  Visitors are required to turn up at the Tower at least five minutes before the selected time, failure to do so will result in exclusion from the experience. Refunds will not be granted in this case and a new entry ticket shall be purchased according to current availability. ATTENTION: In the event of high visitor confluences, we recommend wearing a face mask.

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Visit to the Clock Tower (Torre dell'Orologio) and to the Municipal Art Collections

A unique experience for you to discover Palazzo d’Accursio, city landmark and stronghold of power. Explore every nook and cranny of the imposing Clock Tower, the city’s time-marking beacon, and the Municipal Art Collections, a unique museum with fascinating halls where the history of Bologna is jealously treasured. Once past the inner courtyard and the stately "horse staircase " up to the second floor, your will first encounter the Accursio Tower (Torre Accursio), better known as the Clock Tower. Don't forget to scan the QR code and listen to our detailed audio guide while you browse through the tower’s halls up to the building’s very heart: the mechanism behind the imposing clock. You will hear anecdotes about how the building and the tower have spanned the centuries to the present day and you will have a unique opportunity to enjoy an unparalleled 360-degree view of Piazza Maggiore. You will also gain complimentary access to the Municipal Art Collections, housed within the former apartments of the Cardinal Legates. Here, another audio guide will lead your way through the wealth of paintings, exhibits, porcelain and fabric works ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day, finally reaching the climax at the Sala Urbana, a masterpiece of the Bolognese Baroque with its heraldic decoration.   Meeting point: Clock Tower (Torre dell'Orologio), Palazzo D'Accursio, Piazza Maggiore, 6 - 40124 What's included: Visit with audio guide of the Clock Tower Admission to the Municipal Art Collections (Please note: check out the Art Collections opening hours before planning your visit, as they may vary*) Price: Full price: €8,00 p/person Reduced price: €5,00 p/person (Bologna Welcome Card EASY and Bologna Welcome Card PLUS holders; children 4 to 12 y.o.; over 65; school trips; university students; groups of minimum 6 people led by tourist guides) Reduced price Card Cultura: €5,00 p/person (Card Cultura holders) Free for children 0-3 years old; disabled people and helpers; licensed tourist guides The booking of free tickets reserved for people with disabilities and their helpers must be forwarded via email to booking@bolognawelcome.it or by reporting at Bologna Welcome Info Point in Piazza Maggiore.  Ticket selling is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: Reservations can be cancelled or amended free of charge only up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled booking time. Beyond that deadline, you will be charged the whole amount of the reservation with no exceptions applicable. Note: * The opening hours of the Municipal Art Collections may differ from those of the tower, so make sure to check them out before planning your visit. Card Cultura holders must show their card at the museum counter to access the Municipal Art Collections. In order to access the complimentary Art Collections, visitors must report at the museum counter inside Palazzo d'Accursio with the Voucher sent on their E-mail adress after completion of the booking.   To ensure a safe visit of the tower, visitors are kindly requested to show up 5 minutes before their scheduled entrance time. Late visitors will not be admitted into the Clock Tower, unless they book and pay a new visit according to the availability.  Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult. Animals are not allowed. Access to the audio guide will be granted only by scanning the QR Codes with your smartphone and by using your own earphones.  Important Rules: In the event of high visitor confluences, we recommend wearing a face mask.

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Visit to Palazzo Re Enzo

Dive into the Middle Age of Bologna: buy your ticket and explore the secrets of Palazzo Re Enzo! Located in Piazza Maggiore, Palazzo Re Enzo was the stage of the city life in the 13th century. You will be guided by an audio guide throughout your journey, discovering all the corners of one of the greatest examples of medieval architecture in the city, and you will retrace the events of the character whose name it bears, and that time has made legend and myth. Inside the Palace, old photographs of the city, belonging to the archive "Bologna Fotografata" and kindly granted by Fondazione Cineteca, will transport you back to the last century to relive significant historical moments and glimpses of daily life of the time. If you wish, you can also continue your journey in the fifteenth-century Palazzo Ghisilardi, home of the Museo Civico Medievale, whose fascinating exhibits are evidence of one of the most splendid periods of the city. Meeting point: Palazzo Re Enzo, Piazza Nettuno, 1 – 40124 Included: Visit with audio guide of Palazzo Re Enzo Rate: Full price Re Enzo + Museo Civico Medievale: €10,00 p/person Reduced price Re Enzo + Museo Civico Medievale: €6,00 p/person (seniors 65; groups of minimum 20 people) Full price Re Enzo: €8,00 p/person Reduced price Re Enzo: €5,00 p/person (4-12 years old; seniors 65; school trips; university students; groups of minimum 20 people) Reduced price Card Cultura Re Enzo: €5,00 p/person (Card Cultura holders) Free for Bologna Welcome Card EASY and Bologna Welcome Card PLUS holders; 0-3 years old; disabled people and helpers; authorized touristic guides; tour leaders with groups of minimum 20 people Categories offered free admission can write an email to booking@bolognawelcome.it or at the Bologna Welcome Info Point in Piazza Maggiore. The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: Reservations can be cancelled or amended free of charge only up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled booking time. Beyond that deadline, you will be charged the whole amount of the reservation with no exceptions applicable. Notes: To ensure a safe visit: it is mandatory to arrive 5 minutes before the time indicated in “entrance time”. Late visitors will not be admitted at Palazzo Re Enzo, unless they book a new visit at another available time and pay again. Lifts (elevators) are available for guests with impaired mobility. Minors under 18 years of age may enter the facility without being accompanied by an adult. Animals are not allowed. To listen the audio guide, you will need to scan the QR Codes with your smartphone and listen it with your earphones. Rules to be respected: In the event of high visitor confluences, we recomend wearing a face mask.

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UNESCO Porticoes Walking Tour

Set out on a fascinating discovery of the UNESCO Arcades: five themed itineraries will reveal their most intriguing secrets and curiosities, traversing those historical eras and architectural styles that have shaped the layout of today's neighbourhoods. 1) Saturday 3 September and 8 October, 4 p.m. - UNESCO PORTICOES WALKING TOUR A walk through the old town accompanied by an expert guide to learn more about their history and their varieties, from the wooden archways to the contemporary structures. Straight, round, wooden or concrete, porticoes have always defined the welcoming geometry of Bologna's city centre. 2) Saturday 10 September, 4 p.m. - THE ARCADES OF THE NOBILITY FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE BAROQUE The city’s noblest families would build towers and... porticoes. Discover the arcades of the most beautiful noble palaces. Itinerary: Via Marsala (portico of Palazzo Grassi), Via Zamboni, Strada Maggiore, Corte Isolani, Piazza Santo Stefano 3) Saturday 17 September and 15 October, 4 p.m. - THE STATELY PORTICOES OF VIA GALLIERA AND THE CONTEMPORARY EXAMPLES OF VIA DEI MILLE A journey from the elegant via Galliera, often referred to as the Grand Canal of Bologna, to the modern expressions of via Marconi and via dei Mille over the old "Forno del Pane" (bread oven), now seat of the MAMbo Museum. Itinerary: The porticoes of via Galliera and its magnificent palazzi, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and via Manzoni, the modern porticoes of via Marconi and via dei Mille, MAMbo Museum (former Forno del Pane) 4) Saturday 24 September and 22 October, 4 p.m. - PORTICOES AND POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOODS Needless to say, noblemen's mansions had their own porticoes, but so did popular neighbourhoods, yet with varying sizes and uses given the limited space and.....disposable income. Itinerary: Porta San Mamolo, the "Mirasoli", Via del Fossato, Via Senzanome (the city's narrowest portico), Via Ca' Selvatica and Via Santa Caterina 5) Saturday 1 October and 29 October, 4 p.m. - THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PORTICOES OF THE BELLE ÉPOQUE Relive the Belle Époque through the arcades of Santo Stefano neighbourhood down to the Giardini Margherita Itinerary: Archiginnasio portico (aka the Pavaglione for the Bolognese), Via Farini, Piazza Cavour, Piazza Minghetti, Via Santo Stefano, Baraccano Renaissance portico, Giardini Margherita. Meeting point: Bologna Welcome Tourist information and incoming services point Piazza Maggiore 1/e - 40124 Included: Professional Italian/English speaking tour guide Headphones Price: Full price: € 15,00 p/person Reduced price Card Cultura: € 12,00 p/person (Card Cultura holders and Parma Card holers) Free: children under 12;  All services are managed and sold by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: Reservations can be cancelled or amended free of charge only up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled booking time. Beyond that deadline, you will be charged the whole amount of the reservation with no exceptions applicable. Important rules: In the event of high visitor confluences, we reccomend wearing a face mask.

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Discover Bologna - City centre walking tour

Do you have a few hours in Bologna and you’d like to discover the essence of the historical city centre? Or maybe you’d love to have an expert professional guide at your service to help you unlock the secrets of this medieval city? Then this is the perfect tour for you!   Discover Bologna in two story-packed hours so you can experience the porticos, monuments and towers of what UNESCO has defined the best preserved medieval centre in the world. Itinerary: Piazza Maggiore, San Petronio church, Piazza della Mercanzia, the ancient market area, Courtyard of Archiginnasio, Via de'Carbonesi, Piazza Santo Stefano, Due Torri (from outside) - The itinerary is subject to change based on locations’ closures/opening. Meeting point: Bologna Welcome Tourist information and incoming services point Piazza Maggiore 1/e - 40124 Included: Licensed Italian/English speaking tour guide Entrance to the Basilica of San Petronio (we recommend wearing appropriate attire for places of worship) Headphones Rate: Full price: € 15,00 p/person Reduced price: € 12,00 p/person (Card Cultura holders; disabled people helpers) Free: under 12; disabled people The booking of free tickets reserved for people with disabilities must be made by writing an email to booking@bolognawelcome.it or at the Bologna Welcome Info Point in Piazza Maggiore. The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: If you cancel at least 1 day in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour. Rules to be respected: In the event of high visitor confluences, we recommend wearing a face mask. All participants are also required to report to the Information Point in Piazza Maggiore at least 10 minutes ahead of the scheduled start of their tour.

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Virtual tour in Medieval Bologna

Trivio di Porta Ravegnana (the three-way junction of Porta Ravegnana), Bologna, last years of the 13th century: there are still some premises to be demolished in the middle of the square and at the foot of the Two Towers, one of the many icons of the city’s skyline, made up of almost 90 towers and tower-houses, now belonging to the city’s pugnacious families involved in decades of struggles and fights to prevail over each other. Take this chance to stroll along the alleys of a perfectly preserved medieval Bologna, among its houses, churches, inner courts, porticoes, workshops, markets and streets between Strada Maggiore and Santo Stefano, surprisingly similar to their present-day versions. A proper journey back in time while comfortably sitting at home, accompanied by a live narration recounted by a true historian, who will be at your complete disposal for answering questions or dispersing any doubts and curiosities.     Meeting point: Museo Realtà Virtuale Via Zamboni, 7 (first floor) - 40126 Bologna   Included: Entrance to the Museum and assisted Virtual Reality experience   Rate: Full price: €18,00 p/person  Reduced price: €16,00 p/person (kids 8-14 years old) Not suitable for children under 8 and epileptic people The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency   Cancellation policy: If you cancel at least 1 day in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour. Please cancel by sending an e-mail to incoming@bolognawelcome.it   

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Vr tour: the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamon

Relive one of the greatest archaeological discoveries thanks to virtual reality: enter the tomb of Tutankhamen. Thanks to a special headset, you will travel back in time and experience the same wonder and amazement archaeologist Howard Carter felt when he entered the tomb of the most famous Pharaoh in the history of ancient Egypt for the first time. Wander around halls filled with artefacts, interact with the surrounding environment and decipher the secret hieroglyphics on the walls.    Meeting point: Museo Realtà Virtuale Via Zamboni, 7 (first floor) - 40126 Bologna   Included: Entrance to the Museum and assisted Virtual Reality experience   Rate: Full price: €18,00 p/person  Reduced price: €16,00 p/person (kids 8-14 years old) Not suitable for children under 8 and epileptic people The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency   Cancellation policy: If you cancel at least 1 day in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour. Please cancel by sending an e-mail to incoming@bolognawelcome.it 

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Pier Paolo Pasolini. Folgorazioni figurative – Guided Tour of the Exhibition

Discover the exhibition Pier Paolo Pasolini. Folgorazioni figurative and take part in a special guided tour. Pier Paolo Pasolini was born in Bologna and in his youth the city helped to shape his outlook and directed him toward one of his passions, that of figurative art, which accompanied him throughout a long and multifaceted creative journey. A true “figurative flash”. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Pier Paolo Pasolini, Cineteca di Bologna is celebrating the Bolognese intellectual and film-maker with an exhibition in the new gallery spaces of Sottopasso di Piazza Re Enzo. A figurative itinerary through the world of Pasolini: from his schooling and artistic training, the teachings of Roberto Longhi to the paintings of Friuli, his discovery of Rome and cinema to his love of archaic cultures of the Third World and condemnation of standardised consumerism. Meeting point: Bologna Welcome Tourist Information Point Piazza Maggiore 1/e - 40124   Ticket price includes: English-speaking guide Entrance to the exhibition "Pier Paolo Pasolini. Folgorazioni figurative" Headphones Cost: Full price: €15,00 per person Reduced: €12,00 per person (Il Cinema Ritrovato pass holders; holders of Card Cultura and Bologna Welcome Card) Free: under 6 years of age Bookings for people with disabilities or accompanied by a carer must be made via email to the following address booking@bolognawelcome.it or directly at the Bologna Welcome Tourist Information Point in Piazza Maggiore. Cancellation policy: If a booking is cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the selected date and time, a full refund will be made.  Refunds are not available for cancellations made within 24 hours of the selected date and time.   Rules to be respected: In the event of high visitor confluences, we recommend wearing a face mask.

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Visit to the Jewish Museum

Retrace the historical events of the Jewish communities in the territory of Emilia-Romagna discovering the rich cultural heritage of Bologna in the Jewish Museum of Bologna (MEB). Learn about the daily life activities, traditions and liturgical furnishings that tell the Jewish millennial story and their presence in the red roof city from the first settlements in the Middle Ages to present. Explore the narrow streets of the fascinating Jewish ghetto whose entrances will amaze you with their proximity to the the two most famous towers. Visit the Museum and its collection to live in person the Jewish testimony. Meeting point: Reception Jewish Museum of Bologna Via Valdonica, 1/5, 40126 Bologna BO Included: Entrance to the permanent section of the museum Entrance to temporary exhibitions Bilingual audio guide Rate: Full price: € 7,00 p/person Reduced price: € 5,00 p/person (students; over 65; Card Cultura Bologna holders; Card FAI holders) Free: disabled people and helpers; authorized touristic guides; under 6 The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: If you cancel 48 hours in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel later, you will be charged the entire price of the tour. Rules to be respected: The use of the screen is mandatory It is necessary to always keep the interpersonal safety distance avoiding crowds Use the sanitizing gels made available by the museum

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San Luca Express

From the 1st of March 2022, to access the San Luca Express, it is mandatory to wear a FFP2 mask. For more informations -> click here San Luca Express is the tourist train line created to connect Bologna’s city center with the enchanting Basilica di San Luca, immersed in the splendour of the Bologna’s hills. Equipped with an integrated audio guide, the tour will give you all the information about the history of Bologna and its curiosities. You’ll enjoy a fun and exciting trip along the beautiful hills of Bologna and will visit the magnificent Basilica di San Luca with its wonderful arched gallery and stunning views of the city. Itinerary: Download the map - green line Meering Point: City Red Bus stop in Piazza Maggiore and many other stops Included: San Luca Express tour, 1 roundtrip ticket valid for the same day Multilingual Audioguide in 10 different languages On board assistance provided by highly qualified staff Quota: Full price: € 12,00 p/person Reduced price: € 6,00 p/person (kids from 6 to 10 y.o., disabled people and helpers) Kids reduced price: € 3,00 p/person (under 5) Free: Bologna Welcome Card PLUS holders The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: The ticket is not refundable Rules to be respected: It is mandatory to wear a face mask for the whole tour. Note:  The voucher purchased entitles the holder to be admitted to the San Luca Express at the first available departure.

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City Red Bus - Hop on Hop off bus

From the 1st of March 2022, to access the City Red Bus, it is mandatory to wear a FFP2 mask. For more informations -> click here City Red Bus is the only tourist bus service, provided by modern open-top buses, that gives you the chance to discover, from a new perspective, the beauty of Bologna: its art, history and even its secrets. Audioguides available in 10 different languages give passengers the chance to learn interesting facts and curiosities about the city and its most important monuments. Itinerary: Download the map – blue and red lines Meering Point: City Red Bus stop in Piazza Maggiore and many other stops Included: City Red Bus tour 1 day Multilingual Audioguide in 10 different languages On board assistance provided by highly qualified staff Quota: Full price: € 16,00 p/person Reduced price: € 8,00 p/person (kids from 6 to 10 y.o., disabled people and helpers) Kids reduced price: € 3,00 p/person (under 5) Free: Bologna Welcome Card PLUS holders The sales of the services is managed by Bologna Welcome Incoming Travel Agency Cancellation policy: The ticket is not refundable Rules to be respected: It is mandatory to wear a face mask for the whole tour.

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A journey among villas and castles

Our territory teems with historic buildings of great importance to the artistic and cultural heritage of Emilia-Romagna. Visitors will be accompanied among villas, castles and historical residences to relive the splendour of the Baroque era, the charm of the medieval period and the vicissitudes of some of the most illustrious families of the time. Take advantage of these unique opportunities to enjoy the splendid architecture of normally inaccessible places. The price includes: Guided tour Exclusive admission Specialized Italian/English speaking tour guide Meeting point: The meeting point will be directly where the guided tour takes place, the address will be provided to you by email before the beginning of the tour. Price: Full: € 15,00 p/person Reduced for Card Cultura holders: € 12,00 p/person Reduced: € 6,00 p/person (children from 6 to 12 years old) Free: under 6 The guided tour will cover the historic buildings with adjoining premises and their parks if present. In specific cases the tour may involve moving from one building to another. Cancellation policy: Reservations can be cancelled or amended free of charge only up to 48 hours prior to the scheduled booking time. Beyond that deadline, you will be charged the whole amount of the reservation with no exceptions applicable.

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LA FIRENZE DI DONATELLO | VISITA GUIDATA ALLA MOSTRA E TOUR DELLA CITTÀ

LA FIRENZE DI DONATELLO | VISITA GUIDATA ALLA MOSTRA E TOUR DELLA CITTÀ UNA GIORNATA ALLA SCOPERTA DELL’ARTE DI DONATELLO NEL MERAVIGLIOSO CAPOLUOGO TOSCANO: DALLE VIE DELLA CITTÀ ALL’.ATTESISSIMA MOSTRA A PALAZZO STROZZI (TRASPORTO E INGRESSI AI MUSEI INCLUSI). con Michela Cadamuro, Mirarte PROGRAMMA 08.30 -> ritrovo dei partecipanti e partenza per Firenze  09.30 -> visita della Basilica San Lorenzo Ricchissima chiesa progettata dall’amico Brunelleschi, dove Donatello riposa vicino al grande mecenate Cosimo il Vecchio e dove ha lasciato incredibili opere. Fondata, secondo la tradizione, nel corso del IV secolo è una delle chiese che si contendono il titolo di più antica della città. Per 300 anni San Lorenzo fu la cattedrale di Firenze. Di questa iniziale costruzione nulla resta; l’imponente basilica che oggi ammiriamo è il frutto del radicale rinnovamento cominciato nel 1418 da Giovanni di Bicci – capostipite della famiglia Medici – che ne affidò la ricostruzione a Filippo Brunelleschi. All’interno troveremo la tomba di Donatello, vicino a quella di Cosimo dè Medici, ma anche la sua ultima, emozionante, commissione: due splendidi pulpiti bronzei, il Pulpito della Resurrezione e il Pulpito della Passione. Concluderemo nella celeberrima Sagrestia Vecchia, sempre del Brunelleschi, impostata su una rigorosa geometria – cubo e sfera, quadrato e cerchio – e adornata dalle sculture in terra cotta dipinta di Donatello 11.30 -> breve pausa caffè 12.00 -> Mostra Donatello, il Rinascimento a Palazzo Strozzi – 1a PARTE Una mostra storica e irripetibile che mira a ricostruire il percorso di uno dei maestri più importanti e influenti dell’arte italiana di tutti i tempi: Donatello. Un artista rivoluzionario nei materiali, nelle tecniche e nei generi messo a confronto con capolavori di artisti a lui contemporanei quali Brunelleschi e Masaccio, Mantegna, Raffaello e Michelangelo. Scultore supremo del Quattrocento e prediletto della famiglia Medici, insieme a Brunelleschi e Masaccio, diede il via alla straordinaria stagione del Rinascimento, proponendo nuove idee e soluzioni figurative che hanno segnato per sempre la storia dell’arte occidentale. Attraverso le sue opere Donatello rigenera l’idea stessa di scultura, con una potenza di visione unica in cui unisce le scoperte sulla prospettiva e un concetto totalmente moderno di umanità. La dimensione umana dell’arte di Donatello abbraccia in tutta la loro profondità le più diverse forme delle emozioni, dalla dolcezza alla crudeltà, dalla gioia al dolore più straziante.  A Palazzo Strozzi potremo ammirare oltre cento capolavori quali il David in marmo e l’Amore-Attis del Bargello, gli Spiritelli del Pergamo del Duomo di Prato, i bronzi dell’altare maggiore della Basilica di Sant’Antonio a Padova, oltre a numerose opere in prestito dai più importanti musei del mondo. Per la prima volta nella storia, escono dal loro contesto originario opere quali il celebre Convito di Erode del Fonte battesimale di Siena e le straordinarie porte della Sagrestia Vecchia di San Lorenzo a Firenze. L’orario coincidente con la pausa pranzo ci permetterà di vistare la mostra CON CALMA e con POCHE PERSONE 13.30 - 15.30 -> Pranzo libero 16.00 -> Mostra Donatello, il Rinascimento al Museo del Bargello – 2a PARTE Nella suggestiva sede dell’antico Palazzo del Bargello, visiteremo la seconda parte della mostra. Il salone di Donatello è stato riallestito attorno a tre grandi capolavori assoluti, il San Giorgio, il Marzocco e il David di bronzo, che dialogano con altre opere superbe di Andrea del Castagno, Desiderio da Settignano, Pollaiolo. Per poi ammirare due sale che ci sveleranno meravigliose Madonne di Donatello: la Madonna delle nuvole, la famosissima Madonna vicine ad altre di Michelangelo, Bronzino, Artemisia Gentileschi. 17.30 - 18.30 ca -> passeggiata La Firenze di Donatello  Dopo aver ammirato la bellissima ed popolare piazza della SS. Annunziata con i suoi tanti capolavori e segreti, proseguiremo la nostra visita al Chiostrino dei voti, progettato da Michelozzo: questo prezioso ambiente era uno dei centri nevralgici della vita pubblica e religiosa cittadina. Qui si depositavano gli ex voto per la Vergine e dodici lunette accolgono ancora oggi i fedeli, opera dei più importanti “nuovi maestri” che avrebbero poi dato origine al Manierismo: Andrea del Sarto, Pontormo, Rosso Fiorentino. 19.00 ca -> Treno di ritorno Alta Velocità Punto di ritrovo: Pacchetto inclusivo di treno: atrio della Stazione Centrale di Bologna, ore 8:30 Pacchetto senza viaggio in treno: atrio della Stazione di Santa Maria Novella, ore 9:10   La quota include: Guida turistica specializzata parlante italiano Auricolari Ingressi nei luoghi indicati Treno A/R Bologna - Firenze Quota: Con treno A/R: € 115,00 Senza treno: € 80,00 La vendita dei biglietti è gestita da Bologna Welcome Travel Agency Modalità di cancellazione: In caso di cancellazione il biglietto non sarà rimborsabile.   Note: Super Green Pass Obbligatorio Mascherina FFP2 obbligatoria