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Bologna How To Get Here And How To Get Around, Italy

Bologna is conveniently located in relation to many other Italian cities. It can be reached quickly from Florence, Venice and Milan and is not too far from Rome or Turin.

By plane: "G. Marconi" Airport is located 6 km from the city and is connected to the center by frequent shuttle bus service. Many airlines fly out of the airport connecting the city with all major Italian and European destinations.

By train: Bologna is one of the main Italian train junctions, and is easy to reach from all parts of Italy. See the Trenitalia website for train schedules.

By car: if coming from Florence, take the A1 freeway to Bologna-Casalecchio and then follow the signs for the center (centro). Coming from Milan, take the A1 freeway to Bologna-Borgo Panigale and then follow the signs for the center (centro). From Venice or Padua take the A13 freeway to the Bologna-Arcoveggio exit. For those coming from Rimini and the Adriatic coast take the A14 freeway to the Bologna-Arcoveggio exit.

The historical center of Bologna is a traffic restricted zone, every day including weekends and holidays. Only authorized vehicles are allowed. You need to show a copy of your hotel reservation to be able to drive to a hotel in the TR zone. Once you get to the hotel you can get a pass which allows you to drive and park in the TR zone. The pass needs to include the license plate number and date, time and hotel stamp to be valid.

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