Book now your hotel in Bologna for Easter 2023 and choose the best prices with our special offer Easter 2023!
The offer Easter 2023 in Bologna includes:
- 2 nights in the preferred room (try our Superior Room!)
- buffet breakfast
- free wi fi
- free late check out until 2:00 p.m. available on request
- city map
- free deposit for luggage
Looking for a refined and cosy place to stay in Bologna for Easter?
The Hotel Astor, with its wide range of services, will offer you maximum comfort and professionalism at an advantageous price.
- different room types available (try the superior attic room!)
- rich breakfast buffet (not included in the overnight-only rate)
- Wi Fi
- car park
- city map
- free late check-out on request until 2 p.m.
- free luggage storage
49,50 € 42 € * per day per person
* non-refundable rate
Hotel offers for Easter in Emilia Romagna
If you are looking for ideas for Easter holidays in cities of art, the Hotel Astor will offer you the chance to stay in a city full of monuments, works of art, museums and entertainment venues. Its privileged location, outside the ZTL but close to both the centre and the station, will allow you to reach the key points of the city by car in a short time.
At the hotel you can take advantage of our private garage and parking facilities and you will be pampered by the utmost professionalism of our staff.
If you arrive by train, we are a perfect accommodation, as we are conveniently close to Bologna station:
Easter ideas in Emilia Romagna
If you are still undecided on where to go for Easter in Emilia, try the numerous events offered by Bologna. During Holy Week, the city is filled with shows, festivals, concerts and cultural events to satisfy every taste and preference.
For Easter Monday, the traditional Easter Monday walk will be organised, leading through the Bregoli path to San Luca, which with its arcades and stairways is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating shrines in Bologna. In the city’s many restaurants, you can also taste the typical Easter and Easter Monday menus of the Emilian gastronomic tradition.
You can get to know the city by visiting its most representative sites: Piazza Maggiore with the Neptune Fountain and the Basilica of San Petronio, Piazza Santo Stefano with the monumental complex of the 7 churches, the characteristic Jewish quarter behind the two towers Garisenda and Asinelli, from the top of which you can admire the picturesque panorama of Bologna’s rooftops.
If you love shopping in Bologna, a must is the elegant Via Farini, overlooked by Galleria Cavour, where you can find the most exclusive shops and designer labels. But you can also visit the city’s various markets such as the Mercato delle Erbe or the Montagnola.