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How would you suggest spending four days in Bologna?

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We are going to end our winter trip in Bologna for four nights after being in Tuscany. I'm researching the nearby towns but considering the following:

Day 1 - wander Bologna
Day 2 - cooking class (CIBO)
Day 3 - one of the following: Parma/Modena, Ravenna or Ferrara
Day 4 - knock out another of the Day 3 day trips or chill out in Bologna before flying home

I'm a big foodie but it doesn't necessarily appeal to me to tour the Parmesan and vinegar facilities so not sure if that should knock Parma/Modena off the list?

We are also debating on whether to hit Osteria Francescana but leaning towards not as we tend to love the more casual meals we've previously had in Italy.

All thoughts welcome since this our first visit to this particular area.

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