Travel

By plane
Guglielmo Marconi International Airport, 15 minutes by bus from Historic DownTown, connecting Bologna to the main Italian and European airports

 

By train
For the strategic geographic location - between downtown and the north - Bologna is the main Italian railway junction, made even more efficient by the high-speed trains, which, together with the new railway station project, will lead to greater development and a significant increase of daily transit of trains and passengers. You can now arrive at Bologna Central Station, thanks to high speed trains, in half an hour, from Florence, an hour from Milan, in an hour and a half from Venice, in 2 ½ hours from Rome, in 5 hours and 45 minutes from Bari. The Metropolitan Railway System is also connected to almost all the cities and provinces of Emilia Romagna.

 

By car
In Bologna there are the two main Italian motorways that junction, linking the north and south of the country (A1 and A14), thus it can be reached directly from all major Italian cities.

 

By coach
Bologna’s Bus Station is unique in size and traffic for Italy, and, like the airport and main railway station, the bus station connects Bologna to the center of a vast network of national and international routes, as well as provincial and regional ones.

 

 

For more information visit Bolognawelcome’s website.

 

Below, you can find a map of Bologna, where the locations of interest to attendees are marked.

 

 

For more information on how to get there download the map below