The first floor hosts offices of the administration of the city. But one can still visit the Salla Rossa on that floor.
The windows face the Piazza Maggiore - good spot to take some pictures. The second floor has a very interesting and well-curated art collection.
This palazzo is right on the central square and worth exploring. Some of it still serves as administrative offices for the government, but the second floor is where the exploration is. The grand rooms are filled with paintings and sculptures that help one learn more about the varied history of this region.
In spite of the road works going on at the moment in the centre of town round Piazza Maggiore and towards the Two Towers, Bologna's medieval city centre is a wonderful place just to stroll around and visit the many museums and churches in the area. The centre has a new lease of life now with many new bars and...