Here's what it's like inside Eataly World — a 24-acre Italian food theme park that just opened in Italy
- Eataly just opened a 24-acre agri-food park in Bologna, Italy.
- The park includes farms, stables, factories, restaurants, markets, and exhibits.
- The goal is for people to buy and eat artisanal Italian food, but also learn how it's made.
Italy is the source of so many beloved foods— pasta, pizza, cheese, gelato. The list goes on and on.
But how is that food is produced?
Enter FICO Eataly World, a massive complex that Eataly refers to as "more farm than theme park," which just opened in Bologna, Italy.
Made up of 24 acres of farms, factories, classrooms, restaurants, and markets, Eataly World is a place where visitors can learn how the food they love ends up on their plates.
Keep scrolling to see what it's like inside.