Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport is one of the busiest airports in Bologna, Italy.

Bologna, Italy



Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport is one of the busiest airports in Bologna, Italy.


Via del Triumvirato, 84, 40132 Bologna, Italy


+39 051 647 9615


Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport’s main terminal offers excellent standards of services and facilities to travelers to relax after a journey. Procedures at the terminal center are fast and efficient. 

Prayer Facilities

There is insufficient information about prayer facilities at Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport for Muslim passengers. There are several mosques for prayer needs outside the airport that passengers could visit.

Halal Food

There is insufficient information on Halal friendly, alcohol-free food at Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport. It is recommended that Muslim diners inquire about the Halal status of food before dining or simply opt for vegetarian food! Several food courts are available at Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, giving passengers several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. 


Several transport options are available around the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport at affordable prices. Travelers can easily get into a bus or pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are a popular - and also cheap - method of transport. 


There are plenty of duty-free shops at Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates, bags, fashion items, sweets, eyeglasses, sun glasses and soft toys. There are varieties of shops including superstores, gift and crafts shops as well as clothing shops.


Plenty of facilities are available within the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport including banking facilities, public telephones, cafes, restaurants, staff assistance, ATMs, luggage facilities and internet access.

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  • Your Muslim-Friendly Holiday Itinerary to Italy for 9D8N

    Muslim Travelers - Here's Your Itinerary to Italy for 9D8N For those of you looking to discover the finest splendours of Europe, the opportunity to travel to Italy will be like a dream come true. From famous architectural masterpieces, breathtaking mountain ranges and beautiful beaches, Italy is packed with numerous attractions that make it a perfect destination for any kind of holiday. But as you plan your holiday might have some you have some questions about how to find nearby Halal food places in Italy or how to find prayer places and mosques in Italy. Keeping in mind all these concerns, we have put together a 9D8N itinerary you can use as a great starting point to plan your very own Muslim-friendly holiday to Italy. Italy is also known for being home to some of the world's best-known dishes; click here to see some must-try dishes in Italy for Muslims. Click here for Muslim-friendly guides to cities in Italy   Find nearby Halal restaurants in Italy   Find nearby mosques and prayer places in Italy   Find nearby attractions in Italy   Best Time to Visit Italy? Based on Italy weather the best time to travel to Italy is from May to October. But since this is the peak tourist season some of the main attractions might get a bit crowded around rush hours and other travel expenses are also slightly high. November and April lie slightly outside the peak travel seasons and experience overall pleasant weather conditions, therefore if you are looking to avoid large crowds, this off-peak season might be a good time to plan your Halal holiday to Italy. Book Your Cheap Muslim-Friendly Travel Package to Italy. A Muslim Traveler’s Guide to Italy: Halal Food in Rome, Venice, Milan and Florence   Transport? Getting Around Italy Train rides are the most common means of transport to get you between various cities in Italy and you can book high-speed Eurail train rides that take you through scenic routes to reach your destination fast and at affordable rates. You can travel through the major cities in Italy such as Rome, Milan and Venice as well as take connecting trains to other neighbouring countries such as Switzerland and Germany. The Eurail Italy pass starts from a price of € 130 and it allows you to travel through the cities without collecting multiple rail passes allowing you an unlimited number of trips for a few days within a month. Train rides can get filled fast, so we advise that you reserve a seat during the busy summer period of May to September or on public holidays for the InterCity trains. Do check out their website for travel savings and offers that they have available.  You can also travel through Italy by bus if you a pressed for time. Buses are also valuable for reaching destinations not serviced by trains. Though they are bit uncomfortable, bus trips can be a fun way to meet new people. You can eat and sleep onboard the buses and lavatory facilities are also available on all coaches. We would still advise taking the train for long distance travel, as long-distance coach service is available only on a few routes, and information can be difficult to find. If you are looking for a more adventurous way to travel, hiring a car is an option as well. There are rental car agencies at every international airport. However, we advise that you arrange the rental with your travel agent at home or online through an agency. As most European usually drive cars with manual transmissions, and you find a premium price for the few automatic cars they keep for tourists. Driving can be unnerving for tourists due to the chaotic way that Italians drive especially in the big cities; be prepared for hand gestures and car horns. Trains would be the most convenient way to travel from city to city, so hop on and get ready to travel through Italy. credit -   Your Muslim-Friendly Itinerary to Italy Day 1 to Day 2 - MILAN To welcome you in grand style to this amazing part of the world, you could plan to start your trip off in the world famous fashion capital Milan. You might want to watch out for the glitzy stores might instantly awaken the shopaholic in you and you would feel tempted to go on a shopping expedition right from the time you land. Once you arrive in Milan there are a plenty of ways to get around the city. Milan has a one main public transport provider Azienda Transporti Milanesi, ATM which makes getting around and buying tickets a lot simpler. The easiest way to get around would be by the Metro subway system serving almost all the tourist stops in the city. You can find out how to get to different stations be using the Milan Metro map and tracing the line to the desired destination. Trams and buses are also available for a more extensive reach of the city. Do remember to push the button or pull the cord to request the tram or bus to stop. Picture Credit - For the more adventurous, there is also a bike sharing program in Milan called BikeMi. There are stations throughout central Milan and once you have signed up for the program you can locate different stations and select bikes available.  Milan is also no short of famous attractions like the Natural Science Museum, Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Cinque Vie historical district and much more so you can rest assured your two days here will be extremely enjoyable. The city is home to quite a number of Muslim Friendly Restaurants like Kashmire Restaurant, Aladino and Prince Kebab where you can enjoy the taste of Italian and other international cuisines.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Milan Find nearby Halal restaurants in Milan Find nearby mosques and prayer places in Milan   Day 3 to Day 4 - VENICE You can next take the Eurail from Milan to Venice to enjoy the true artistic splendour of Italy. The fastest way from Milan to Venice is by taking the Le Free high-speed train which will only take you 2 hours and 25 minutes. However, seat reservation is mandatory so make sure you book your seats as far in advance as possible and you only need to pay a small reservation fee if you have already purchased the Eurail Pass. Alternatively, you can take the regional train which takes more than twice the time but allows you to stop along the way to discover beautiful cities such as Bologna and Parma. With the Eurail Pass, you don’t need to buy a ticket for the regional train. You can travel freely and get on off whenever you like. When you arrive in Venice by train, there are two stops bearing the name Venice. Venice Metre will still be on the mainland and Venice Santa Lucia will stop you right out onto the grand canal.  While the networks of canals are the most prominent feature of this beautiful city, you can enjoy visits to other famous attractions like Correr Museum, Doge's Palace, Peggy Guggenheim Museum and shopping spots like Calle Larga XXII Marzo. A must-do activity during your time in Venice is to enjoy a gondola ride to witness the scenic beauty of the city from afar. To get around the city, you can take leisurely strolls to get from place to place and is part of the attraction of this lovely city. However, you are looking for a way to get around quick then taking the Vaporetto would be the answer. The Vaporetti are like big bus-boats that travel along regular routes such as the one along the Grand Canal. When you arrive at the Venice Santa Lucia station there is a Vaporetto stop right in front of you that follow a route down the grand canal taking you through to every stop including San Marco at the end.  If you are looking for prayer facilities in Venice, the Centro Islamico di Venezia is one of the great mosques in Italy.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Venice   Find nearby Halal restaurants in Venice   Day 5 to Day 6 - Florence Once again you can book a Eurail pass to take about a 2-hour journey onboard a highspeed train to reach Florence; the city home to many works of art by the world-famous artist, Michelangelo. Florence is packed with museums, gardens and palaces that will keep you engaged right throughout your journey. Florence's main historic centre is relatively small and is easy to navigate on foot. Driving in the city is not advisable as there is little parking and many streets are pedestrian only or often one-way streets.The Florence City Council to encourage the use of bicycles in Florence and Bikes can be hired at a cost of € 2 for an hour and € 10 a day at various places such as the central railway station. There are plenty of Florentines who use bicycles as their main mode of transportation, so you would not be alone. However, you have to be very careful as it's the motorists that can cause problems. Riding a Bicycle is Especially practical when in the historical centre as it will be closed off to motor traffic. When cycling on Florence roads remember to abide by the rules and stay safe! A fleet of small electric buses also provide links between main key areas in the centre. Take note that there are three doors on the ATAF buses, the front and back ones are for getting on and the middle one is for getting off. You have to buy the tickets before you board the bus and validate the ticket when you enter. We advise that you buy the Firenze Card to get into the museum as it allows you unlimited bus travel on the ATAF buses for 72 hours from activation. Some of the main attractions you can add to your must-visit list here include Uffizi Gallery, Boboli Gardens and Piazzale Michelangelo.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Florence   Find nearby mosques and prayer places in Florence     Day 7 to Day 9 - ROME AND DEPARTURE As the final stop of your Muslim-friendly holiday to Italy you can visit the capital and most talked about city in Italy, Rome. The fastest way to travel to Rome from Florence is by taking the Le Frecce high-speed train taking you an estimated 1 hour and 30 minutes. For actual travel times, check out our timetable. Alternatively, you can take the regional train stopping by cities such as Orvieto and Arezzo. If you travel with a Eurail Pass, you don't need to buy a ticket. However, if you decide to take the high-speed train, we advise you book your seats early. Since there are so many attractions scattered around the city, you might want to plan out your journey to cover famous attractions like the Colosseum, Seven Hills of Rome, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and National Museum of Rome. There are various ways to get around roam. Like many other big cities, Rome has Metro trains, buses and trams in its transportation system. The Metro lines may not be very useful as a lot of the major attractions may not be near a Metro stop. However, all the tickets used for the Metro also works for other forms of public transportation making switching modes of transport easy. The bus routes may be complicated to figure out so do find a city map that has the bus routes listed to make travelling around easier. Also, make sure you don’t forget to validate your ticket when you board the bus! There are taxis in Rome. However, do be wary as some taxi drivers have a reputation for trying to rip off tourists. To hail a taxi in Rome just head to one of the taxi stand or queues in places like the Vatican etc. Picture Credit - There are also several mosques in the city including the Mosque of Rome, which is one of the largest mosques in Europe. Before you depart from Italy you can finish up some last minute shopping at Via Condotti or the streets around Piazza del Popolo. Finally, after enjoying this rich holiday experience you can get set to leave from the main airport in Rome, the Leonardo da Vinci or Fiumicino International Airport in style.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Rome   Find nearby Halal restaurants in Rome   Find nearby mosques and prayer places in Rome Check out our travel blog for more itineraries and travel guides around Europe!   ...

  • 5 Eateries Offering Great Student Deals in Singapore

    Finding Halal food is a struggle. Finding good Halal food at a reasonable price is even harder. With a large number of cafes and restaurants, students often get tangled and don't even know where to enjoy a good Halal meal in a cool atmosphere while having a nice time with their buddies. In this article, you're going to have a map of all 8 eateries which propose great deals for students. Let the hunting begin! Credits -   Eighteen Chefs Picture Credits - Want to enjoy a cool meal with your buddies and have a nice time? Then Eighteen Chef is the place to be! The winner of the Best Western Chain Restaurant (and also Halal certified by the way!) is the place to be if you're looking for great meals at an affordable price. Burger and pasta lovers will be delighted to find great Halal meals for less than $15. For adventurous eaters, Eighteen Chef Signature meal is designed to take you on an oriental ride with the Japanese Curry Beef Rice which is principally made of beef, carrots, and potatoes all topped with a Japanese curry. But if a burger and fries are more appealing to you, then no worries! The BBQ Pineapple Chicken Burger is the right meal for you. Accompanied by crunchy fries and a mixed salad, the BBQ Pineapple Chicken Burger is available to you for only $12.60. You can't just ignore this deal! And top it off, what's better than a dessert? Chocolate waffle maybe? Address: Various locations (For more information: click here) Opening hours: Monday- Sunday from 11 AM to 10 PM   PastaMania Picture Credits - Olé! If you had to choose any meal for $4.90, would you? Of course, yes! PastaMania offers students (that means you), a meal for $4.90 only. Get the best of Pasta with spicy chicken, or cheesy crumbly chicken and for 3 additional dollars, you can complete your meal with waffle potato, cheese sticky or cheesy garlic bread. The All New Student meal is designed to give you a wide choice of pasta and if your favourite pasta isn't on the list, you can still choose from the menu. Address: Various locations (For more information: click here) Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 10:00 AM to 10:30 PM Validity: Monday-Friday until 6:00 PM   PizzaHut What's the next best thing after Pasta? Student happy hour at PizzaHut. For only $5.50, you get to choose from 9 mains which comprise of personal pan pizza or pasta/baked rice along with a free flow soft drink. Whether you want to have a bite of Hawaiian Pizza or go traditional with the Traditional Bolognaise, the choice is yours. Address: Various locations (For more information: click here) Opening hours: Monday - Friday from 11 AM to 10 PM Validity: Monday-Friday as from 1:30 PM to 5 PM   Seoul Garden   Picture Credits - If burgers are getting a bit tiring and you just want to grab some real lunch or dinner, then Seoul Garden is the place. You get to choose from a wide range of marinated meat and hotpots prepared in a Korean style. As a studnt, you will also get to enjoy 10% off on your main dish (exclusively only at Seoul garden HotPot Bedok Mall). Appreciate the richness of the Korean cuisine in a charming environment. A culinary travel through the amazing Korean cuisine. Address: Various locations (For more information: click here) Opening hours: Monday -Sunday from 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Validity For Student Lunch: Monday-Friday exclusively at Seoul Garden HotPot Bedok Mall Requirements: presentation of Student PASS before ordering   4 Fingers Picture Credits - Crispy, savoury drumsticks in a box... 4 Fingers offers you $2 OFF your purchase of combo meals where you get to choose between 6PC wingettes/ drumettes, chicken chop or chicken burger. And if you and your friends are a little bit more daring, then you can try the Trio Meal. So, grab your backpack and your friends and head straight to 4 Fingers. Address: Various locations (For more information: click here) Validity For Student Lunch: Monday-Friday as from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (Public holidays excluded) Requirements: presentation of Student PASS before ordering         ...

  • Müslüman Turistler İçin İtalya Rehberi: Roma, Venedik, Floransa ve Milano’da Bulunan Camiiler ve Helal Yemek Noktaları

    Güney Avrupa'da bulunan dünyanın en popüler turistik yerlerinden biri olan İtalya’yı ziyaret etmek isteyen Müslüman gezginler için bir rehber hazırladık. Bir çizmeyi andıran sınırlarıyla İtalya daha ilkokul çağından itibaren herkesin ilgisini çeken bir Akdeniz ülkesi. Roma, Milano, Venedik, Floransa, Napoli, Verona, Torino, Bologna, Palermo ve Cenova, İtalya'nın en tanınmış şehirlerinden bazılarıdır.   UNESCO Dünya Mirası Listesinde bulunan dünyaca ünlü anıtları, modaya uygun butikleri ve mağazaları, büyüleyici Akdeniz sahili, dağları ve gölleri, Orta Avrupa Kültürünü deneyimleyebileceğiniz müzeleri ve galerileri, ülkenin sahip olduğu büyüleyici kültür ve gelenekler ile birlikte  aileler için de bir cazibe merkezi olan İtalya aynı zamanda Dünyanın en büyük mutfağı olarak da bilinir. İtalya’da görülecek ve yapılacak o kadar çok şey var ki; Turistlerin ziyaret edecekleri sınırlı sayıda yerleri seçmeleri kesinlikle zor olacaktır.   Müslüman ziyaretçiler için; ülkede yaşayan Müslüman nüfus olmasına rağmen İtalya'daki Müslüman dostu tesisleri ve Helal yemekleri bulmak kolay olmayacak. İtalya'daki büyük şehirlerin bazılarında Camileri ve helal lokantaları rahatlıkla bulabilirsiniz. Örneğin Roma ve Venedik'te helal yemekleri bulabilirsiniz.    Eğer şüpheye düşeceğiniz bir ortam varsa Müslüman turistler için Helal olduğunu iddia eden restoranların sertifikalı ya da sahibinin Müslüman olduğu konusunda emin olmalısınız. Ayrıca, bu lokantaların her ne kadar helal yemek sunsalar da çoğunun alkollü ürünler satacağını da bilmelisiniz.   Pizza ve makarna, İtalyan yemeklerinin en popüler formlarından ikisi olduğundan turistler, İtalya'da nereye giderlerse gitsinler bu  yemekleri ayrı ayrı denemeleri gerekebilir. Yemeklerdeki lezzetler yerden bölgeye farklılık gösterdiğinden ziyaretçiler her seferinde eşsiz bir deneyim yaşayabilirler.   Roma     Roma - Müslüman Seyahat Rehberi   İtalya'nın başkenti olan Roma’da çarpıcı saraylar, Büyük Roma Anıtları, arkeolojik ve sanatsal hazineler ve dünyaca ünlü turistik noktaları ve şehir surlarını keşfedebilirsiniz. Roma’da mutlaka görmeniz gereken bazı yerler: Kolezyum, Panteon, Trevi Çeşmesi, İspanyol Merdivenleri, Roma Forumu, Piazza Navona ve Roma Ulusal Müzesi’dir.   Kent ayrıca Avrupa'nın en büyük camilerinden biri olduğu söylenen Roma Camii'ni de sınırları içerisinde barındırıyor. Roma'da birçok seçkin Helal restoran mevcuttur. Yerlerini bulamazsanız, Roma Camii çevresindeki Müslüman turistlerden bu bilgiler edinilebilir.   Roma’da Helal Yemek Picture Credit -   Roma'da birçok kebapçı ve helal restoran var! Peri Peri Halal Grill, geniş bir yelpazede Salatalar ve hatta Biryanis sunan popüler bir Helal restoran. Bir diğer gizli mücevher La Via della Seta, en iyi tabouleh ve falafel sandviçleri olan bir Ortadoğu restoranıdır. İtalya’ya kadar gidip dondurma yemeden dönmek olmaz! Müslüman ve Vegan dostu olan dondurma için dikkat etmeniz gereken en önemli konu: Çalışanlara alkolsüz lezzetleri sorduğunuzdan emin olun!   Milan     Milan- Müslüman Seyahat Rehberi   Milano'nun dünyanın en önemli moda başkentlerinden biri olduğu ve aynı zamanda İtalya'nın ticaret ve ticaretin en önemli merkezidir. Her ne kadar bir alışverişkoliğin cenneti olsa da, Milan'da yapacak çok şey var! Piazza del Duomo, Palazzo Reale, Castello Sforzesco ve Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milano'da görülmesi gereken onlarca turistik mekandan sadece birkaç tanesidir.    Müslüman turistler, Milano'da namaz kılmak için birkaç Camiyi kolaylıkla bulabilirler. Milano İslam Kültür Merkezi, Segrate Camii ve Mescid Milano, hem yerel halka hem de turistlere hizmet ediyor. Milano'da birçok helal yemek seçeneği de mevcut, Müslüman turistler kısa bir araştırmayla epeyce sayıda Helal yemek sunan Milano restoranlarını bulabilir.     Milano’da Helal Yemek   Milano’da Helal Hint ve Ortadoğu restoranları dışındaki otantik İtalyan yemeklerini de mutlaka deneyin! Caputo gibi birçok Müslüman dostu restoran sizi bekliyor. Caputo dışında Pizzeria Ristorante, Müslüman turistler için ayrı olarak Helal menüsü sunmaktadır. Helal yemek sunan İtalyan restoranlarının çoğunda aynı zamanda alkollü içeceklerin servis edildiğini unutmamakta fayda var.   Venedik   Venedik-Müslüman Seyahat Rehberi   İtalya, dünyanın en güzel şehirlerinden biri olan Venedik'e ev sahipliği yapıyor. Kent, bir Lagün üzerinde inşa edilmiş ve bir bütün olarak Dünya Mirası Listesi olarak listelenmiştir. Sanat ve mimarisi ile ünlü olan şehir aynı zamanda zengin bir kültürel mirasa sahiptir. Piazza San Marco, Rialto Köprüsü, Rialto Markets, Murano adası ve Doge's Palace, sayısız popüler sitelerinden sadece birkaçı.   Ayrıca şehirde bulunulan zamanda kanallar ağı üzerinden bir gondol gezisi şarttır. Venedik'in en ünlü yapılarını ve köprülerini keşfetmek için harika ve atlanmaması gereken bir deneyimdir. Müslümalar Venedik ziyaretleri sırasında vakit namazlarını rahatlıkla kılabilirler. Centro Islamico di Venezia ve Moschea Al-Rahma Venedik'te bilinen iki Camidir. Venedik'te Camiilerin yanı sıra Müslümanlar helal yemekleri, kent merkezindeki birkaç restoranda ve şehrin eteklerindeki bazı restoranlarda bulabilirler.     Venedik’te Helal Yemek   Picture Credit - Venedik’te çok sayıda Helal yemek yiyebileceğiniz restoran olmasa da şehirde birkaç tane Türk ve Pakistan restoranı bulunmaktadır. Direkt olarak helal et yemeği aramaktansa içeriğini öğrenerek(Alkol kullanıp kullanılmadığı vs.) vejetaryan yemekleri seçmek en iyi çözüm olacaktır.     Florence   Floransa—Müslüman Seyahat Rehberi   Floransa, İtalya'nın en popüler Rönesans mimari ve sanat merkezlerinden biri olan bir başka popüler kenttir. Büyüleyici müzeler, bahçeler ve saraylar koleksiyonuna ev sahipliği yapan şehirde: Palazzo Pitti, Boboli Bahçeleri, Loggia del Mercato Nuovo, Ponte Vecchio, Piazzale Michelangelo, Palazzo Vecchio ve Piazza della Signoria, ünlü cazibe merkezlerinden bazılarıdır. Kent, büyük bir Müslüman nüfusa ev sahipliği yaptığı için Müslüman turistler Floransa'daki Camileri ve Helal restoranları kolaylıkla bulabileceklerdir.   Floransa’da Helal Yemek Picture Credit -   Floransa’da birçok helal yemek sunan restoran bulunmaktadır. Çoğunlukla Orta Doğu ve Hint yemeklerini bulabileceğiniz bu restoranların en ünlüsü Haveli Hint Restoranıdır. Bunlar dışında yine yerel lezzetleri sorarak tadabilirsiniz.   İtalya’da Müslüman dostu diğer şehirler arasında Palermo, Turin, Ravenna ve Cenova yer alıyor. İtalya’da nerede olacağını biliyorsanız, Helal yemeğin kesinlikle mevcut olduğunu unutmayın. Seyahat ederken yakındaki Helal Yiyeceklerini ve Camileri bulmak için HalalTrip App'i indirin. İtalya'ya seyahat paketlerimiz ve İtalya hakkında daha fazla bilgi için bizi takip edin!   ...

  • A Muslim Traveler’s Guide to Italy: Halal Food in Rome, Venice, Milan and Florence

    A Muslim traveler’s guide for Italy, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, which is located in Southern Europe. It is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, world renowned monuments, trendy boutiques and stores, a beautiful coast, mountains and lakes, museums and galleries, fascinating culture and traditions, several family-friendly attractions and some of the most popular food dishes in the world. Italy offers so much to see and do; it will definitely be difficult for tourists to pick only a limited number of places to visit. The country is also world-renowned for its unique boot-like shape. Rome, Milan, Venice, Florence, Naples, Verona, Turin, Bologna, Palermo and Genoa are some of Italy’s most well known cities. Muslim visitors should be aware that even though there is a Muslim population in the country; finding Muslim-friendly facilities and Halal food in Italy will not be as easy. Some of the major cities in Italy have both mosques and Halal restaurants, for example you can certainly find Halal food in Rome and Venice. Although, Muslim tourists must still make sure the restaurants that claim to be Halal are either certified or Muslim-owned. They must also be aware that most of these restaurants will serve alcohol. Since pizza and pasta are two of the most popular forms of Italian food, tourists must make it a point to try out both the dishes wherever they go in Italy. The taste of the dishes tends to vary from place to place, so visitors are sure to experience something unique every time.   Rome Rome serves as Italy’s capital and is packed to the brim with stunning palaces, grand Roman monuments, archaeological and artistic treasures and world renowned landmarks. While here, tourists must make it a point to visit the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona and the National Museum of Rome. The city also houses the Mosque of Rome which is said to be one of Europe’s largest mosques. Halal food in Rome is available at select Halal restaurants. If unable to locate them, Muslim tourists can make inquiries at the mosque. Halal food in Rome Source: Flickr   There are many kebab stalls as well as Halal restaurants in Rome! Peri Peri Halal Grill is a popular Halal restaurant which serves a wide range of Salads and even Biryanis. Another hidden gem is La Via della Seta, a Middle Eastern restaurant with the best tabouleh and falafel sandwiches. Plus, when in Italy, you definitely have to go try some gelato! A raved place is Gelateria La Dolce Vita, which is Muslim-friendly and vegan-friendly. Make sure to ask the staff for the non-alcoholic flavours!   Milan Milan is said to be one of the world's most notable fashion capitals and is also the most important centre of trade and business in Italy. Although it is a shopaholic’s paradise, there is so much more to do in Milan than just that! Piazza del Duomo, Palazzo Reale, Castello Sforzesco and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II are just a couple of must-visit attractions in Milan. Muslim tourists will be able to find a few mosques in Milan to offer their prayers at. The Mosque of Segrate and Moschea Mariam serve the local community as well as tourists. Halal food in Milan is also available through quite a number of Halal restaurants.     Halal food in Milan Source: Flickr Other than the swarm of Halal Indian and Middle Eastern restaurants, try authentic Italian food! there are many Muslim-friendly restaurants waiting for you such as Kashmir which offers a Halal menu. Do take note most Halal Italian restaurants also serve alcohol in the premises.   Venice Italy is also home to what is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world – Venice. The city is built on a lagoon and is listed in its entirety as a World Heritage Site. It is celebrated for its art and architecture, and rich cultural heritage. Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge, Rialto Markets, the island of Murano and Doge's Palace are just a few of its numerous popular sites that you should definitely visit.  Also a must is a gondola ride through the network of canals in the city. It is a great way to explore Venice’s most renowned buildings and bridges. Centro Islamico di Venezia is one of the known mosques in Venice. Halal food in Venice can be found at a few restaurants in the city centre, as well as ones in the outskirts of the city.   Halal food in Venice There are limited Halal restaurants in Venice but you can find Halal kebab places in Venice as well as Pakistani food. It is also a good idea to try vegetarian places but of course ask the restaurant staff about the ingredients used.   Florence Florence is another popular city in Italy and is said to be one of the most important Renaissance architectural and art centers. It is home to a collection of fascinating museums, gardens and palaces, among other things. Palazzo Pitti, Boboli Gardens, Loggia del Mercato Nuovo, Ponte Vecchio, the Piazzale Michelangelo, Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza della Signoria are some of its famous attractions. The city is home to a sizeable Muslim population which means that Muslim tourists will be able to find mosques and Halal restaurants in Florence.   Halal food in Florence There is a number of Halal restaurants in Florence, with majority being Indian and Middle Eastern. A notable restaurant is Haveli Indian Restaurant, that has one of the best chicken vindaloo, dal and kebab. Other cities that also offer Muslim-friendly facilities include Palermo, Turin, Ravenna and Genoa. Note that Halal food in Italy is certainly available if you know where to go. Download the HalalTrip App to find nearby Halal Food and Mosques while travelling. Contact us here to find out about our travel packages to Italy and more information about Italy! ....

  • Travelling in Italy

    The fashion capital of the world - Italy - enthrals visitors with exquisite cuisine, endless culture and years of history. Travelling in Italy will expose visitors to a plethora of breathtaking sights and unforgettable experiences. A few famous destinations in Italy have been listed below, with details on what each destination can offer to Muslim travellers. 1) Rome Rome needs no introduction for its prominence in ancient world history. The capital city of the country offers a wealth of world-renowned historic sites such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, as well as several other attractions such as the National Etruscan Museum, Museo Capitolino, Villa Borghese, Galleria Borghese, Piazza Navona, Piazza Del Popolo and the Seven Hills of Rome. Rome offers a number of Halal facilities to Muslim travellers including several Halal restaurants that serve delectable Italian and local cuisine. Popular Halal restaurants in Rome include Luna Caprese, Super Pizza Allam Fayez, Himalaya's Kashmir, King Pizza and Jamuna. Rome is also home to many mosques, including the Mosque of Rome - which is the largest mosque in Europe. The Rome Muslim Center, Masjid-e-Rome, Quba Mosque and Masjid Al Rahman are also available for Muslim travellers. Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Rome. 2) Venice Venice is famed for its enchanting romantic ambience and fascinating historic attractions. All transport in the city is done via a delightful network of waterways spread across Venice, making it the world's sole pedestrian city. Visitors could check out famous attractions in the city such as Doge's Palace, the Clock tower, Rialto market and Bridge and the Zattere. Venice offers a fair share of Halal restaurants serving both local and international delicacies. Pizza e Poi, SKK Shock Kebab Italy, San Polo Kebab and Doner Kebab are amongst the notable Halal restaurants in the city. Two main mosques are also available in the city - Al-Rahma Mosque and Venezia Centro Islamico.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Venice. 3) Milan Immensely popular amongst fashion-enthusiasts and art-lovers, Milan offers a tasteful mingling of history and modern life. In addition to popular iconic attractions such as the Porta Romana and the Castello Sforzesco, Milan offers numbers of museums, amongst which the Pinacoteca di Brera, PoldiPezzoli Museum, CivicoMuseoArcheologico and the Natural Science Museum are arguably the most famous. The best Halal restaurants in Milan offer a variety of cuisine ranging from Italian to Middle Eastern to Turkish food, giving visitors a wide range of options to choose from. Well-known Halal restaurants include Aladino, Kashmire Restaurant, Ristorante Istanbul, Prince Kebab, Mevlana Doner Kebab, Imperator Kebap and The Original Felafel. A few mosques are also found in Milan; Masjid Milan and the Islamic Cultural Institute are perhaps the two most note-worthy locations.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Milan. 4) Florence Florence has captivated visitors throughout the years with its breathtaking sights and surrounding serenity. The town center offers fascinating historic sites such as the Palazzo Vecchio and the Ponte Vecchio, in addition to a number of other places-of-interest in Florence including Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Tower, Baptistery and the Palazzo Vecchio. Both local and international Halal cuisines will be available at numerous Halal restaurants across Florence, with Pak Halal Kebab, ZamZam Pizze & Kebab, Noor Doner Kebab and Mini Market being amongst the more popular spots. A few mosques are also located in Florence including the Comunita' Islamica Di Firenze E Toscana and the AssociazioneIslamica Di Firenze. Click here for a Muslim-friendly city guide to Florence.  Other popular destinations in Italy that are definitely worth-visiting include Naples, Verona, Palermo, Bologna, Sorrento and Pisa. There's something for everyone here. ...

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