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Roberto,  Italy Italy
24 Apr 2023
Bella esperienza. Si passa qualche ora a contatto con le prelibatezze italiane. Anche se grande, il posto è pulito ed ordinato.
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07 Apr 2023
Interessante, si scoprono tante cose sui prodotti agroalimentari italiani.
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Arash,  United States United States
19 Apr 2022
We wanted to see many segments that were closed for the day. You should separate English speaking from Italian speaking tours even if you have to have them at fewer times. Children playground...
We wanted to see many segments that were closed for the day. You should separate English speaking from Italian speaking tours even if you have to have them at fewer times. Children playground with bicycles were great. Tasting was nice too
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About: FICO Eataly World

FICO Eataly World is a huge 100,000-square-metre indoor farmers' market, food court, and workshop area dedicated to the celebration and preservation of Italian food and agriculture. Located on the outskirts of Bologna, FICO Eataly World offers a thoroughly modern journey into Italy's traditional culinary culture.

Friday 11:00 - 22:00
Saturday 11:00 - 23:00
Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11:00 - 22:00
FICO Eataly World
Via Paolo Canali, 8, 40127, Bologna
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