In the center of Bologna

Casa Felsina is located in a very strategic position, Via Oslavia 1/2, a side street of Via Emilia Ponente, near the Hospital, the historical canter and the Central Station of Bologna.



Casa Felsina is a comfortable and welcoming Guest House, offering an elegant and relaxing atmosphere. It has wooden furniture, linen, courtesy set, air conditioning, direct telephone, mini bar, SAT TV, towels, hairdryer and internet wi-fi connection.

Casa Felsina is the perfect solution for both business travelers and leisure ones, discovering Bologna artistic and historical attractions. Totally refurbished in December 2010.

Single Room

Double Room for Single Use

Double Room



Free Wifi

Wi-fi internet connection in every room.

Air Conditioning

Each room is equipped with air conditioning/heating.


One set of clean towels and sheets.

Courtesy Kit

Courtesy kit for personal care and hygiene.

Sat TV

LCD TV with satellite channels.

Initial Cleaning

Initial cleaning of the apartment upon arrival.

Mini Bar

Minibar in all rooms.

Central Position

A few steps from the main streets of the historic center.



PRices per person from Euro 25 to Euro 40
Single Room Price from Euro 35 to Euro 100
Double Room Price from Euro 50 to Euro 160

Seasonal variation in prices.

Discount for longer stay.

Prices are per room, per night, without breakfast.



The old towers, symbol of Bologna: Garisenda and Asinelli (98m, the highest masonry construction in the Middle Ages). Founded by the Etruscans who called it “Felsina”, during the Roman period it was known as “Bononia”; it later became a free city and, subsequently, a papal one.

Bologna is the seat of the oldest University in Europe and is actually Italy’s gastronomic capital, famous worldwide for the quality of life and the civic virtues of its inhabitants. Bologna has one of the best preserved historical centers in Europe; a single monument consisting in squares, towers, churches and buildings interwoven in a network of connecting porticos (about 37Km).

Bologna historical center is dominated by the moles of the old towers and is rich in churches and beautiful buildings that reveal the economic and social importance of this city in the past. Infact the urban layout of the historical center is still the Medieval one, with the defensive walls of the XIV century and its 12 gates.

Arcades are another typical element of this city: over 40Km of arcades, from the wooden ones of the Romanesque buildings to the Gothic ones (XIV-XV century), from those of the Renaissance and Baroque period to the most picturesque of the popular houses.

Bologna offers an architectural anthology of great effect! Bologna also has the largest portico in Italy, composed by 666 arches, climbing to the Guardia hill for about 3,5Km and reaching the Sanctuary of Madonna di San Luca.

Piazza Maggiore

The beating heart of the city, Piazza Maggiore (or Piazza Grande as the Bolognese call it and Lucio Dalla sang it) is the center of civil and religious life in Bologna.

Basilica di San Petronio

The Basilica of San Petronio is the most important and imposing church in Bologna as well as being the fifth largest church in the world. The construction work on the Basilica began in 1390 but went on for centuries. To make room for this temple, symbol of the city’s civic pride, the demolition of towers, private homes and eight churches was necessary.

La Torre degli Asinelli

The towers of Bologna are one of the distinctive features of the city. Of the many towers that were built between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, today less than twenty remain. These structures had both military and noble functions: they gave prestige to the family who ordered their construction.

Pinacoteca Nazionale

The National Art Gallery of Bologna houses one of the most important Italian museum collections. The works shown here retrace the entire Emilian and Italian artistic process from the 13th to the early 19th century. There are works by Raffaello, Carracci, Reni, Perugino, Parmigianino, Tintoretto, Vasari, Guercino and many others.

I Canali di Bologna

Perhaps few know it, but Bologna has always been a city of water, a small Venice that is now largely hidden. The most suggestive glimpse of this unusual Bologna is discovered by opening a small window located in Via Piella. Here, as in a vision, the gaze opens onto the Moline canal, used for centuries to feed the water mills with which wheat was worked.


The Archiginnasio is the most beautiful palace in Bologna and certainly one of the most beautiful in Italy. Usually the hurried tourist passes in front of the entrance door, throwing only a distracted glance at the central portico.





Via Oslavia 1/2
40133- Bologna



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