It is the last week dedicated to the Christmas holidays
The week leading up from New Year’s Day to Epiphany symbolically closes the cycle of Christmas festivities. These are therefore precious opportunities to be able to admire in person the fascinating installations that this year have made Galleria Cavour one of the most photographed destinations by citizens and tourists visiting Bologna.
The huge luminous bow that wraps around the entrance porch, the glittering candy canes and the playful Christmas airplanes have been one of the symbols of these festivities in the city. As evidenced by the continuous posts and photos that appear and are republished every day on the official social profiles, in fact, there have been many people who have chosen our place as the perfect setting to immortalize the most exciting moments associated with Christmas walks and shopping.
It was a real source of pride for us to observe the dreamy looks of adults and children and to receive such a large and tangible demonstration of affection. It is the recognition of an important team effort that has seen craftsmanship and creativity as the undisputed protagonists of this Christmas. We remind those who will like to immerse themselves a little more in the magic of the holidays that the walk through our gallery is always open to the public but that the boutiques will have different opening and closing times than the usual weekly schedule.
For this reason, and to always remain correctly informed, we advise you to consult the official website in the appropriate section dedicated to brands where it is possible to find information dedicated to the extraordinary openings of the Moncler, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Bottega Veneta, K -Way, Miu Miu, Church’s, Iqos and the Bartorelli, Tiffany and Veronesi jewelers, as well as the new Fabrizio Cocchi showroom.
We wish all our visitors a joyful conclusion to the holidays and a happy 2023: after all, what could be better than starting the year by immersing yourself in the enchanting world of Galleria Cavour?