How to get to Bologna
Bologna is one of the most important railway junctions in Italy, on the Turin-Naples high-speed railway line, and on the lines from Brennero and Venice-Trieste.
Bologna can be reached easily by car, as it is located near the main motorways and well connected to the major Italian cities. Bologna is connected to Milan, Florence and Rome via the A1 Autostrada del Sole motorway, which can be reached from Torino-Brescia via the A21 motorway (at Piacenza), from Verona-Brennero via the A22 (at Modena), and from Genoa-La Spezia via the A15 (in Parma). In addition, the A13 motorway connects Bologna to Padua, Venice and Ferrara, while the A14 motorway connects it to Ancona, Rimini and Ravenna. Bologna is crossed by via Emilia, the road that connects Milan with the Adriatic coast.
The Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Bologna Airport is the main airport in the Emilia-Romagna region and is served by both international airlines and low cost flights. The airport is located about 6 km from the centre of Bologna and connects it to all major Italian, European and non-European destinations.
For further information you can call +39 051 6479615 or visit the Bologna Airport website.