FICO Eataly World
the world's largest agri-food park
in Bologna


100,000 square metres– 2 hectares of fields with 2000 cultivars and stables with over 200 animals – 40 farmstead factories – 45 catering points – craft shops and market. Italy’s fine food and beverage heritage and its outstanding products illustrated in a portrayal of the agri-business production and supply chain – from field to fork!

GRAND TOUR
Guided tour of approximately an hour and 15 minutes.
The tour with a Biodiversity Ambassador starts by visiting the outdoor areas, where you can find out more about Italy’s main cultivars and native animal species. The tour continues in the very heart of FICO, namely, the 40 peasant factories where you will have the opportunity to see the masters at work and learn all the secrets of Italian tradition. From making to tasting, a tour of the eateries at FICO to discover what Italian cuisine has to offer, from traditional recipes to modern creations. And, to conclude, browse through the market stalls and shops and take home with you a gourmet “Made in Italy” souvenir...

 

MINITOUR
A guided 30-minute tour of some of the supply chains listed above, to be chosen at the time of booking.


Thematic tasting tours on request.

Specific customized sessions on product tasting, cookery, food and wine pairings etc can be arranged.

All experiences are designed for visitors of all ages, from primary, junior and senior schools through to adults,
and vary depending on the season – for example, hunting for truffles, olive pressing and milling cereals.

Restaurants inside the park:
1-course, 2-course or 3 course meal
drinks included (choice: 1 glass of wine, beer or soft drink + water).

Go to the website www.eatalyworld.it to discover the many options available.

The programme can be combined with the Bologna City Trip or holidays on the Adriatic coast.

Contact us or access reserved area to find out prices!

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