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In Europe, they slowly start to send fines to foreign citizens. Having said that, country A would have very limited power to force you to pay if you are leaving in country B. They will send you a lot of letters trying to frighten you that the sky will fall on your head if you don't pay but the reality is that right now, nothing will really happen. This is ...


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Is it possible to hire a car in Bulgaria with the age of 59 and 69? Yes, it is possible. Rental car age limits in Bulgaria are stricter than other countries, with most suppliers requiring a minimum age of 21 and maximum age of 70. Answer is from Rental Car Age Requirement: Any hire companies that would allow us to rent a car to ...


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Private Car Hire, Taxi, Car Rental or Public Transport There are a few options to get from Bologna airport to Reggio Emilia, listed below sorted by cost. The private car hire or the taxis are the most expensive solution but also the most convenient since you leave the airport terminal, board a taxi and be at your hotel in approximately one hour, hassle free....


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I'm not aware of any outdoor swimming pool in Bologna (city center). You may need to move a little bit. Piscina Junior it's just 12 km from Bologna. You can go by car or take the bus "linea azzurra 96 Pianoro Nuovo - Pianoro Vecchio". Granarolo is 13 km from Bologna (bus linea azzurra 88). 15 km from Bologna there's the Gessi pool and, again, you can go ...


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I don't recall of any impressive lake near Bologna; however, if you are fine with driving a little further you could find some rivers and beautiful waterfalls near the border of Tuscany. Here are few: Cascata di Moraduccio, ~60KM from Bologna, located in Tuscany, right at the border with Emilia-Romagna Cascate del Golfarone, ~100KM from Bologna, in Emilia-...


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How about an overnight ferry to Corsica, pleasant day on Corsica, overnight ferry to Genoa or Civitavecchia, leaving 3 hours on the train to Bologna? Efficient in terms of daytime travelling and seeing nice places.


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There are plenty of nice cities to be seen between Marseille and Bologna. Nice, Cannes, in Italy Genova, then you can deviate a little bit from the highway and visit Pisa and Firenze as well. The total driving time (without stopping) is around 8 hours. If you don't want to stop or you don't have time so the quickest way is taking a flight (but I have no ...


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If time is the highest priority for you, have you considered flying? You'll need a layover somewhere, but a quick glance shows some itineraries that get it done within 3-4 hours, including flights that leave in the evening so as to maximize your daytime hours. Even including airport time and airport travel time at both ends, it will be hours faster than the ...


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Let one guy from Bologna add, for future readers, one...two more locations to the excellent answer by @Geeo: at Sterlino one can find both indoor and outdoor swimming pools (outdoor depending on the season). Then, reading the website I linked above reminds me that another indoor swimming pool is in the street named Via Ca' Selvatica. This latter inside the ...


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