Bologna is situated in the Emilia Romagna region. It is in the north east part of Italy, two hours from Milan by train. Beginning in January 2009, a high speed train service will be available between Milan and Bologna (roughly one hour).
Bologna "G. Marconi" Airport is about forty minutes by bus from the city center.
To travel from the Airport's Arrivals Terminal to Bologna Railway Station, take bus #35 or #20. Fares, routes and timetables are available on the ATC website.
Taxis are available outside the railway station or can be booked by telephoning COTABO Radio Taxi (+39 051 372727) or CAT Radio Taxi (+39 051 534141). Approximate fare is 35.
For more information visit the Bologna Airport website.
Bologna is a key railway junction and well linked to all major cities in Italy and abroad. Visit the website www.ferroviedellostato.it or contact the Call Center 892021 for train times (from abroad +39 06 68475475).
Bologna train station is close to the city center, 20 minutes walk from the main square "Piazza Maggiore".
A1 motorway from north or south, A14 motorway from the Adriatic coast, A13 motorway from Padua.
Useful links for planning your trip:
Autostrade per l'Italia
Google Maps Italia