Ryanair: Belgium, Denmark & Germany to Bologna, Italy from 26 EUR Return!

Budget airline Ryanair currently has some highly attractive fares on its flights from Belgium, Denmark, France and Germany to the wonderful Italian city of Bologna with prices starting at just 26 euro return!


People living in Belgium, Denmark, France and Germany who are in need of a summer holiday in a wonderful part of southern Europe can now fly to Italy for the price of a dinner out.

With prices starting at just 26 euro for a return ticket, Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is now offering flights from multiple European airports to Bologna in Italy’s beautiful Emilia-Romagna region.


Cheapest are flights from Brussels Charleroi to Bologna, which can be booked for just 26 euro. Those living in other countries in Europe wishing to visit Italy only pay slightly more.

Flights from the Danish capital of Copenhagen to Bologna cost just 298 DKK (40 EUR) for a return ticket. The same 40 euro price can also easily be found for flights departing Berlin (Schoenefeld) and Paris (Beauvais).

As Ryanair connects Bologna with a few dozen more airports in Europe, there are bound to be more European departure points from where you can find a similarly priced ticket to Italy.

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Fly from Brussels (Charleroi) to Bologna for just 26 euro!
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Flights from Copenhagen to Bologna can be booked for just 298 DKK (40 EUR).
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At 40 euro, flights from Berlin to Bologna are decently priced too.

Malta Air

Some flights are shown on Ryanair’s website as being operated by ‘Malta Air’. This is basically Ryanair’s own subsidiary based at Malta and should not be confused with the island’s flight carrier Air Malta.

Malta Air is Ryanair in all but name and you are likely to still fly in a plane painted in Ryanair’s own livery. Standard Ryanair practices apply, so expect to pay extra for things like bringing a large piece of hand luggage like a trolley on board, priority boarding, seat allocation and checked baggage.

Flights can be booked on Ryanair’s website.


The great aspect of the deal is that the prices can easily be found in the summer months of July, August and early September.

Although Bologna is a gorgeous city which is well-worth visiting on its own, it is also an excellent base for any longer Italian itinerary. Major holiday areas such as Tuscany, the Italian lakes and the Adriatic coastal resorts such as Rimini are all a short drive or train ride away.

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Bologna is one of Italy’s most beautiful and cultured cities. ©Paliparan

Free flight change

If you book a flight with Ryanair with travel dates in July or August, the airline has a special action in which it will waive the usual change fee if you wish to postpone your flights for whatever reason.

Even last-minute you can still decide to change your Ryanair flights to a later date if you wish. Although you will not be charged a change fee, you will be charged the price difference if the flights on the newly selected dates are more expensive.

Given that many holidaymakers still have their qualms about going on holiday this summer due to the corona (COVID-19) virus, this is a nice touch from Ryanair as it allows you to book in advance but still keep a close watch on the situation on the ground in Italy before you actually depart.

Earlier this month, Italy opened its borders again for tourism from other European countries. We do however recommend you to check carefully with both your own government and the Italian authorities if entry restrictions might apply in your case.

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Koen works as a freelance journalist covering south-eastern Europe and is the founding father and editor-in-chief of Paliparan. As a contributor to some major Fleet Street newspapers and some lesser known publications in the Balkans, he travels thousands of miles each year for work as well as on his personal holidays. Whether it is horse riding in Kyrgyzstan’s Tian Shan mountains, exploring the backstreets of Bogotá, or sipping a glass of moschofilero in a Greek beachside taverna, Koen loves to immerse himself into the local culture, explore new places and eat and drink himself around the world.

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