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family month in Bologna or Verona?

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Hi I have read so many wonderful stories and helpful suggestions on this list I wanted to offer a question of my own. My family of five, including two teenagers, my wife and I are trying to get an apartment in Italy to rent for the month of July. At the moment we're working on Bologna because one of my children will be taking classes in Bologna for that month. But I wonder if people who have experience in the cities around that region of Italy have any other suggestions for us? I don't want a place so small my children get bored but not so large that they can't go out alone in the afternoons etc. Would we find enough to occupy ourselves for a month there, or might Verona be as good or maybe cheaper? We have rented apartments for a month in the summer in the past but never in Europe and we have always found inexpensive ways to live, walking everywhere, eating lunch but not dinner out, etc. Thank you, I really look forward to interesting answers from this amazing group of people.

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