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Bologna, 4 nights too much?

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Hi, well I thought I had the Italy trip all planned but now I'm starting to doubt the 4 nights I have booked in Bologna.

A brief outline of our Italy adventure:
4 nights CT
1 week Montepulciano (with car)
3 nights San Gimignano (agriturismo wih car)
3 nights Florence
4 nights Bologna
3 nights Venice (flying out)

I have booked accommodations for all places but if I make changes, because of car hire, only from Florence on would work best.

My original thoughts on Bologna was 1 day train to Ravenna. 1 day Food & Wine tour and the rest of the time?? Maybe I have gone cold on Bologna as that part of the trip was planned ages ago.Originally I would have really liked to head up to the alps region but did not think it would have been doable without a car.

So maybe some Bologna suggestions to refuel my enthusiasm would be appreciated.

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