On our way to Tuscany, we stopped in Bologna. We hadn't been there for a long time and took great pleasure walking through the city's old medieval centre.
Piazza Santo Stefano with its porticos – a trademark of the city – and old merchant houses.
Via de' Pepoli, where – starting in the 1340s – the Pepoli family came to possess several buildings, creating a real urban neighbourhood of their property that allowed the coexistence of the different branches of the family.
Being in Bologna, we wouldn't have missed the opportunity to visit the museum dedicated to Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), a native of the city.