Since my arrival in Rimini, Italy things have been a little crazy trying to find a suitable
home room(in this case) and getting to adjust in the new circumstances. Yet I found a little time and I headed to Bologna con la mia mama.The most easy way to get there is by train. Bologna centrale train station is HUGE and there are trains arriving and leaving every 10 minutes.
So yep to get there(when in Italy) is pretty easy! There is an airport too.
Upon your arrival and outside the central station begins Via Indipendenza, the major commercial road in Bologna. You can find all the megastores there like Zara, H&M, Oysho, Furla in addition to small and eclectic ones! Whether you have a more raised limit at your credit card you should definitely go at Galleria Cavour shopping mall which includes Prada, Louis Vuitton, Armani, YSL, Fendi, Gucci etc. And just around the corner at Via Farini there is also Dolce&Gabbana and Hermes.
Regarding to the food and cafeterias there is a huge variety to choose from. Personally the best way to find one is to get lost into the streets around Piazza Maggiore. Last yet not least around the standards you must see is Fontana del Nettuno, Palazzo Comunale, Basilica di San Petronio, Due Torri and the university which is the most ancient in Europe. Buon viaggio allora!
wearing: pants H&M/ denim jacket VINTAGE WAGLER/ sweatshirt ABERCROMBIE&FITCH/ shoes NIKE/ bag EASTPAK