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Crossroads of paths, it leads to the Apennines of the Path of Gods trail  and a land of great naturalistic treasures. Welcome to Monzuno, among centuries-old chestnut groves, ancient fossils and vertigo-proof panoramas!


The charm and the traces of a thousand-year history

The beating heart of the Via degli Dei, Monzuno can certainly be defined as a crossroads for walkers because it offers many, many possibilities to prepare the backpack and set off to discover the thousand paths. Located along the Gothic Line of which you can still see shelters and trenches, it is also part of the Naturalistic Reserve of the Pliocene Contrafforte, a true geological museum in the open air where, walking through woods and ridges, you can search and discover fossils and shells, evidence that in these places there was once the sea.

In the lands of Monzuno there is Monte Venere, with its legends and a breathtaking panorama from which to see the Alps up to Mont Blanc, the Historical Park of Monte Sole, full of paths dedicated to the Memory of the Second World War and Monte Castello, on top of which stood a fortress destroyed by the Bolognese during the "Battle of Monzuno" in 1376!

Monzuno is the ideal destination for you if ...

  • You love walking, discovering a territory passing through its paths and you want to test yourself on the great paths, such as the ia degli Dei or start "small steps" on shorter itineraries.

  • If your passion is nature, geology and you just need to look at the shape of a mountain to start fantasizing about it

  • If your holidays can never miss moments of cultural and artistic study and if you are always looking for curious exhibitions and events.

Ancient and artistic vocations

Monzuno is the town that manages to amaze you with its artistic vocation: from the unusual architectural traces of transalpine taste such as the Gabbiano church to the numerous exhibitions, it has always welcomed painters and artists for their stays. Here you can visit the Bertocchi - Colliva Art Gallery where you can see the works of the two well-known Bolognese painters. A cross-section of the art of the early twentieth century to discover!

From Monzuno to China

In Vado, inside the Giorgio Celli library, the Domenico Strangio collection is kept: dozens and dozens of books in Italian, French, English, Chinese and a collection of numerous magazines published from China. Among original posters, printed in China in the 70s and 80s, a collection of Discs and Stamps, the photographs of places and everyday life captured in the trips that Domenico made in the most important Chinese cities and inside the country, where life of the people still takes place according to ancient rhythms and centuries-old contradictions, here China comes very close to us showing itself in unprecedented ways right here, in the lands of BOM!

Monzuno is your destination? Come and visit us!

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Botroidi: il museo che non ti aspetti

Tra i tesori lasciati dal Fantini ci sono loro, i Botroidi, sassi antropomorfi di arenaria che oggi vi aspettano in un vero museo sensoriale ed esperienziale


Monte delle Formiche

Un luogo unico, dove il panorama mozzafiato si fonde con un curiosissimo ed insolito fenomeno naturale...


Via del Fantini

Se cerchi un cammino davvero insolito, che ti faccia restare a bocca aperta o perdutamente affascinato...


Eventi a Pianoro

Che programmi avete per questi giorni? Pianoro vi aspetta con eventi ed appuntamenti.


Appennino Bolognese

Scopri la pagina dedicata a Pianoro sul sito di informazione turistica dell'Appennino Bolognese!

Luoghi da scoprire


Se cerchi un cammino davvero insolito, che ti faccia restare a bocca aperta o perdutamente affascinato...

Via del Fantini


Sacro e profano, cammino e contemplazione, arte e natura tra i santuari mariani

Trekking Mater Dei

Uomo in natura

Winter Line

Se siete appassionati di Seconda Guerra Mondiale, questo museo è per voi: benvenuti al museo della Winter Line

Un giro a Livergnano

Un borgo dove le case sono incastonate nella roccia e delle quali sporge unicamente la facciata.

Museo di Arti e Mestieri

Un luogo dove sono raccolte testimonianze materiali della passata civiltà contadina e artigianale

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