Free Walking Tour Bologna | Migrant Tour
Anbè-Kélé literally means we are one in mandingo language: it is used to express equality and closeness. We wish to start our today journey from this simple but very important statement. There are as many ways of imagining cities as many are the points of view, each of which is different from the previous one but indissolubly linked to the next. Invisible, conceivable, specular cities, which branch off to come back to a common denominator: what we call 'home'. People name things to give them a shape. And if we really want to understand that shape of it, we first need to ask them.
Free Walking Tour Bologna | Different Eyes - Anbè-Kélé wants to tell you a inclusive, open, culturally-mixed city, and, to do so, it uses the voices and views of its new citizens. The walk is held by young asylum seekers and refugees who now live in Bologna.
- Group: min. 4 participants
- When: upon reservation
- Where: Porta Ravegnana square, under the Two Towers (right next San Petronio statue)
- Duration: 2h
- Language: italian and french
- Itinerary: Two Towers, Piazza Verdi, Montagnola Market, Montagnola Park, Piazza Maggiore, Palazzo d'Accursio, Questura
- Price: tips-based