Tours in Bologna

Bologna may not be as well known as other Italian cities, but if it’s fantastic food you’re after, you’re in the right place. There’s no shortage of reasons why Bologna’s gastronomy has earned worldwide fanfare: exquisite charcuterie and cheeses such as mortadella and Parmigiano (the king of all cheeses); tagliatelle, tortellini, lasagna, and countless other varieties of handmade pasta fresca; and of course, the iconic local meat sauce: ragù! A rich and delicious tale of tradition and culture that spans centuries, Bologna’s culinary heritage invites you to immerse yourself in its story.

Food Tours in Bologna

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Our pledge to sustainable tourism

We’re proud to support small, often family-run businesses on our food tours throughout Europe and North America. By visiting and befriending the owners and staff of local eateries, you’ll see a different side to some of the world’s most iconic (and delicious!) destinations. And our tour partners are just as eager to share their stories and expertise with curious guests – we can’t wait to introduce you to them.

What We Have to Say About Bologna

  • The Best Coffee in Bologna: 10 Must-Try Places

    Bologna has a well-deserved reputation for academic excellence. It’s also a haven for excellent cafes, with many places vying for the title of the best coffee in Bologna. If you’re looking for the best coffee in Bologna, there’s a wide range of places to find it: traditional coffee shops, cafes tucked away in gardens, cafes […]

  • Craft Beer in Italy: A Comprehensive Overview

    Craft beer in Italy might not be the initial beverage that dances through people’s thoughts when they think about their upcoming visit to Italy. What come to mind is probably a delicious Chianti wine or a refreshing Aperol Spritz. But Italy has a thriving craft beer scene, and it’s growing all the time. Over the […]

  • The Best 10 Bars in Bologna

    Since the 11th century—1088, to be exact—students have been pouring into Bologna to study, and when not in the classroom, to blow off some steam at a bar. You could say it’s become a local tradition. Italy doesn’t have a lot of so-called party towns, but if there is one that fits the moniker, it’s […]